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Hancock Recreation Center's offerings for families include a playground, a gym, a craft space, sports fields, and a picnic area.
Birthday Parties at Hancock Recreation Center
St. Paul Recreational Centers have rooms available for rent. A PDF price sheet can be found HERE. Rooms at this facility include, a craft room, a medium-sized gym, a kitchen, a lounge and a multi-purpose room.
Free Summer Meals at Hancock Recreation Center
Some Saint Paul recreation centers provide free summer meals to children. Two meals have been served at this location between 12:00 p.m to 12:30 p.m. and again from 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. To learn more about the summer meals program and confirm that this location participates, call 651-292-6508.
Summer Blast Program at Hancock Recreation Center
Summer Blast is a free afternoon program for kids who will be starting grades 1-6. Most locations are Monday-Thursday from 1pm-4pm from mid-June to mid-August; this park has participated in the past. Activities include crafts, art, tennis, cooking, swimming, gym games, water fun, outdoor nature activities, outdoor play, fitness, kitchen science and more. Visit the Summer Blast website for more information.
Open Gym & Tot Times at Hancock Recreation Center
Families can find open gym times, tot times and family events at this facility. As always with both the open gym and tot times, its wise to call ahead. Times are subject to change without notice and do change seasonally. We make an effort continually update our calendar, but we are not affiliated with any park system.
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