Steven J. Groeger, Superintendent of Recreation
Hours: 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Monday to Friday
ANNOUNCEMENTS - June 17, 2013
- TENNIS INSTRUCTORS NEEDED The Lawrence Township Recreation Department is looking to hire additional tennis instructors for the Spring and Summer sessions. For more information contact the Recreation Office by calling (609) 844-7067 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- FIREWORKS AND CONCERT Lawrence Township will observe Independence Day at the Rider University Campus on Friday July 5th with fireworks and a concert. We continue to raise funding for the fireworks through donations and fundraising events. Groups and individuals interested in supporting the fireworks can forward donations to the Recreation Department at 2207 Lawrence Road Lawrence Township NJ 08648. Fundraising event is scheduled for Stewarts June 22nd.For more information contact the Recreation Office by calling (609) 844-7067 or email at email@example.com.
- NEW SUMMER FITNESS PROGRAMS VIVA Community Fitness & the Lawrence Township Recreation Department announce a new Summer fitness program to energize you! VIVA Zumba and VIVA Mat Pilates will be offered beginning this June for more information about the programs and details on how to register see the attached flyer.
SPRING AND SUMMER BROCHURE
- ONLINE REGISTRATION IS NOW AVAILABLE! The Lawrence Township Recreation Department is now accepting online registrations for some programs. Online registration can be completed by using the following online registration link . Registration will continue to be accepted in the Recreation Office or by mail.
CLOSINGS/CANCELLATIONS/CHANGES - June 17, 2013
- The Lawrence High School pool will end Spring hours on Saturday June 8. The pool will reopen on Monday June 24 for the Summer hours.
Program Details and Forms
For additional youth programs in Lawrence Township such as soccer, baseball, and football, see related links at the bottom of the page.
- Baseball Fields in Central Park:
- Carroll Field
- Grant Field
- Hughes Field
- Pezzicola Field
Football Field in Central Park:
- Elvin Bethea Field
- Armory Fields
- Mooch Myernick Training Facility in Village Park
- Zimmer Field in Central Park
Softball Fields in Village Park:
- Betty Leedom Field
- Gatterdam Field
- Central Park
2207 Lawrenceville Road, PO Box 6006, Lawrenceville NJ 08648
- Steven J. Groeger, Superintendent of Recreation
Cell Phone: 609-847-2648
- Donna Eisenhauer, Administrative Assistant
30 Darrah Lane East, Lawrenceville NJ 08648
- Lillian LaSalle, Executive Director Office on Aging
- Luise Watson, Clerk
The Lawrence Township Recreation Advisory Committe is appointed by the Township Council to work with the Lawrence Township Recreation Department to plan and promote activities for the residents of Lawrence. The Committee meets the first Thursday of each month at 7:30 pm in the Lower Level Conference room. Residents are encouraged to attend these meetings.
- Ed Budzinski
- Glenn Collins
- Bob Dalle Pazze
- Ed Fedorko
- George Ferenchick
- Stacy Gallagher
- Geoffrey Kimmel
- William Pitman
- Christopher Sawasky
- Marie Tagliaferri
- Sigmund Zegarski
Lawrence Hamnett Soccer Association
A volunteer organization providing recreational and competitive soccer opportunities for boys and girls 5 to 17 years old living in Lawrence Township.
Lawrence Township Junior Baseball/Softball Association
A volunteer organization that organizes and coordinates baseball and softball leagues for boys and girls between 8 and 18 years of age.
Lawrence Lightning Junior Football Club
A volunteer organization that provides a competitve contact football program for boys in Lawrence Township. They offer 4 travel teams for boys in grades 5, 6, 7, 8, and an instructional league, Lawrence Thunder, for boys in grades 2, 3, 4.
Lawrence Township Board of Education
The home page for the Lawrence Township School District.
Lawrence Township Nature Center
The website for the Rinck House and the Lawrence Township Outdoor Education/Nature Center.
Lawrence Hopewell Trail
The off-road path that when completed will wind its way for more than 20 miles through Hopewell and Lawrence connecting parkland, open space and other attractions in the two communities.