Summer is around the corner and the City of League City has plenty of opportunities for children to stay active and have fun!
To kick off Memorial Day weekend, the Walker pool and Hometown Heroes Park pool will be open to the public on Saturday, May 26 through Monday, May 28 from 1:00 – 6:00 p.m. Admission to the pools is free during Memorial Day weekend only.
The pool will officially open for the summer on June 2.
Registration is still open for co-ed flag football teams ages 5-14 and sand volleyball program for ages 13.17. For questions about prices and registrations, you can call 281-554-1180.
Family Fun Nights
Enjoy a good movie while swimming in our Hometown Heroes pool. Dates are TBA.
League City Aquatics offers swimming lessons for babies as young as six months to adults 15 years or older. Multiple sessions are open throughout the summer. All program registration must take place in person at Hometown Heroes Park (1001 E. League City Parkway), or online if you have an account set up.
Helen Hall library
The library hosts story times on Mondays and Tuesdays for three different developmental levels in the Susan Mathews Memorial Theater:
Toddler Story Time: Ages birth to two
Preschool Story Time: Ages 2 1/2 to five
Pajama Story Time: Ages three to six
Preschoolers at Play
On most Wednesday mornings, there are activities for children who are two through five years of age. The rotation includes Art on a Cart, Science for Little Explorers, Build It, Fit ‘n’ Fun, and special programs that feature puppeteers, theater groups and other entertainers. On Fridays, children can participate in “Build it with Leggos.”
Summer Reading Program
The summer reading program is a program that encourages children to read or to be read to by their parents. Prizes, certificates, and other incentives are offered for the number of hours spent reading or being read to.
Whether you are out in one of our parks or enjoying a book at the library, there is plenty of fun to be had in League City!