502 Millbrook Avenue, Randolph, NJ 07869-3799
Tel: 973.989.7100Fax: 973.989.7076

Parks & Recreation: Programs

Youth Programs

Detailed program information, including meeting dates/times, registration dates and applicable fees, is available for programs currently enrolling participants through our online registration site. Information will also be publicized through the Randolph Quarterly, the 6-week calendars provided at the schools, and the Randolph Reporter. For further information, please call the recreation department at 973.989.7081.


Fall

Dance Classes

Classes exploring introduction to dance, pre ballet/ballet, and tap are offered. Classes start in late September.

Who: Ages 2-1/2 to 5 (as of October 1)
Registration: September


Music Time

This interactive “parent/child” class is an energetic 45-minutes encompassing singing, playing instruments and simple dance movements fostering a love of music. Classes run for 8 weeks starting in late September.

Who: Ages 1 through 4
Registration: September


Toddle Time

Toddle Time is an interactive play group for 2-year-olds and their parents which will give the children their first experience with a teacher while still having their parent close by. Activities will include an age appropriate craft done with a parent (different each week), parachute/ball play etc. (interactive with parent), musical activity with CDs, dancing and songs, story time (two stories each session), and large muscle play outside on playground if weather permits. The program meets on Wednesdays from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. beginning in mid-October. Class size is limited.

Who: Age 2 (by date of first class) through 2 years, 11 months
Registration: October


Tennis Lessons

Lessons include instruction on serving, forehand, backhand, volleying and match play. This program consists of four 1-hour lessons held on Saturdays at Brundage Park for girls and boys at beginner/intermediate levels of play. Lessons typically begin in October. Participants must have sneakers and a racquet.

Who: Ages 9 to adult
Registration: September


Ice Hockey

The Mite-Bantam and Midget teams compete among towns throughout Morris County. The Mite-Bantam season runs from October to late March, while the Midgets play September through November.

Who: Ages 7 to 17, broken down as follows:
Mite-Bantam: Ages 7 to 14
Midgets: Ages 15 to 17
Registration: June


Soccer Clinic

This clinic, open to boys and girls of all skill levels, is designed to teach basic and advanced skills in a fun, relaxed environment. Clinic is held in November, during the teachers’ convention, 9:00 a.m. to 12 noon at Freedom Park turf field.

Who: Grades K through 8
Registration: October


Cross Country

The recreation department’s cross country teams form in mid-August for county-wide competition throughout September and October. Open to boys and girls.

Who: Ages 7 to 15 (as of December 31)
Registration: May


Fall Soccer

The fall boys’ and girls’ soccer programs begin in late August and run into October.

Who: Grades 1 through 12 as of September, broken down as follows:
Micro 1: 1st grade
Micro 2: 2nd grade
C League: 3rd & 4th grade
B League: 5th & 6th grade
A League: 7th & 8th grade
Co-ed High School: 9th through 12th grade
Registration: May


Flag Football

This league is designed to introduce beginning football skills in a fun, non-tackle setting. Teams compete among themselves. League play commences in September.

Who: Ages 5 to 7 (as of September 1)
Registration: May


Midget Football

The Randolph Bulldogs Midget Football program fields 7 teams in county-wide leagues for boys of various ages. League play runs from September into November.

Who: Ages 7 to 14, broken down as follows:
Pre-Clinic: Age 7-8
Clinic: Ages 8-9
Super Pee-Wee: Age 10
Pee-Wee: Age 11
Junior Varsity: Age 12
Varsity: Ages 13-14
Registration: May


Artworks

Various art classes for children through 18 years of age are offered throughout the year. Please see the Artworks Studio page for more information.


Brundage Park Playhouse

Various theater classes for students are offered throughout the year. Please see the Brundage Park Playhouse page for more information.

Winter

Dance Classes

Classes exploring introduction to dance, pre ballet/ballet, and tap are offered throughout the winter. Additional classes may be added subject to interest levels. Classes begin in January.

Who: Ages 2-1/2 to 5 (as of October 1)
Registration: December


Music Time

This interactive “parent/child” class is an energetic 45-minutes encompassing singing, playing instruments and simple dance movements fostering a love of music. Classes run December through February.

Who: Ages 1 through 4
Registration: November


Boys’ Basketball

The recreation department coordinates a number of basketball programs for boys, including an instructional clinic (begins December), structured in-town leagues (begins January) as well as travel teams (begins December).

Who: Grades 2 through 12, broken down as follows:
Clinic: Grades 2 through 3
Town Leagues: Grades 4 through 12
Travel: Grades 4 through 8 (required tryouts in October)
Registration: September


Girls’ Basketball

The department runs an instructional clinic, a local league and a travel basketball team, all of which begin in December, for girls in grades 2 through 10.

Who: Grades 2 through 12, broken down as follows:
Clinic: Grades 2 through 3
Town Leagues: Grades 4 through 12
Travel: Grades 4 through 8 (required tryouts in October)
Registration: September


Ice Hockey

The Mite-Bantam and Midget teams compete among towns throughout Morris County. The Mite-Bantam season runs from October to late March, while the Midgets play September through November.

Who: Ages 6 to 17, broken down as follows:
Mite-Bantam: Ages 6 to 14
Midgets: Ages 15 to 17
Registration: June


Wrestling

Instructional clinics designed to introduce basic skills as well as competitive teams are offered for students in kindergarten through 8th grade. Clinic teams compete amongst themselves, while older wrestlers compete in a county-wide league. Season runs November through February.

Who: Grades K through 8, broken down as follows:
Clinic: Grades K through 1
Teams: Grades 2 through 8
Registration: September


Artworks

Various art classes for children through 18 years of age are offered throughout the year. Please see the Artworks Studio page for more information.


Brundage Park Playhouse

Various theater classes for students are offered throughout the year. Please see the Brundage Park Playhouse page for more information.

Spring

Farm League Baseball

The Farm League is designed to teach the fundamental skills of baseball with emphasis on skill development.

Who: Children who turn 7 by April 30
Registration: January


Girls’ Lacrosse

The department organizes competitive teams which compete in the New Jersey Junior Girls’ Lacrosse League.

Who: Grades 2 through 8
Registration: January


Girls’ Softball

In-town leagues as well as three travel teams will be formed for girls. Season runs April through June.

Who: Girls, up to age 14, broken down as follows:
Town Leagues: Grades K through 8
Travel: Ages 10 & younger, Ages 11 & 12, Ages 13 & 14
Registration: January


Junior Babe Ruth Baseball

Town-only Babe Ruth leagues will be formed for play from April through June. Travel teams will be formed for spring, summer and fall play.

Who: Ages 13 through 15 (as of April 30)
Registration: January


Little League Baseball

Local leagues will be formed by age and skill level. All-star teams will be formed through a selection process for play at the end of the regular season. Season runs April through June.

Who: Ages 8 through 12 (as of April 30)
Registration: January


T-Ball

For our youngest baseball players, this league does not include pitching or scorekeeping. Typically, one game is held during the week and one is held on Saturdays. Season runs April through June.

Who: Children in kindergarten or those who turn 6 by April 30
Registration: January


Dance Classes

Classes exploring introduction to dance, pre ballet/ballet, and tap are offered. Classes start in April.

Who: Ages 2-1/2 to 5 (as of October 1)
Registration: April


Boys’ Lacrosse

The department organizes competitive teams which compete in the North Jersey Junior Lacrosse League.

Who: Grades 2 through 8
Registration: January


Little Styx Lacrosse

Introduction to lacrosse through fun skill activities.

Who: Coed grades K through 1
Registration: January


Tennis Lessons

Lessons include instruction on serving, forehand, backhand, volleying and match play. This program consists of four 1-hour lessons held on Saturdays at Brundage Park for girls and boys at beginner/intermediate levels of play. Lessons typically begin in late May or early June. Participants must have sneakers and a racquet.

Who: Ages 9 to adult
Registration: April


Track and Field

Teams are formed to compete in the Lakeland Junior Track and Field League. This league is not offered to high school students. Season runs from March through June.

Who: Ages 6 to 14
Registration: January


Cheerleading Clinic

The department offers an instructional clinic where participants will learn the cheers needed to try out for the Midget Football Cheerleading. The clinic is offered over a 5-week period during February and March.

Who: Grades 2 through 7
Registration: January


Artworks

Various art classes for children through 18 years of age are offered throughout the year. Please see the Artworks Studio page for more information.


Brundage Park Playhouse

Various theater classes for students are offered throughout the year. Please see the Brundage Park Playhouse page for more information.

Summer

Summer Tennis Lessons

Lessons include instruction on serving, forehand, backhand, volleying and match play. Four 2-week sessions which consist of eight 55-minute lessons are held Mondays through Thursdays (with Fridays reserved for make-ups only) at the Brundage Park tennis courts. Children register according to age and ability. Participants must have sneakers and a racquet.

Who: Ages 5 to 17
Registration: May


Junior American Legion Baseball

This is a travel team which will be formed for play in June and July.

Who: Ages 15 to 16
Registration and Try-Outs: May


Swim Team

Randolph participates in the North Jersey Regional Lakes League. Teams typically practice on weekdays and meets are typically held on Wednesdays and Saturdays.

Who: Ages 6 to 18
Registration: June


Swim Lessons

Two 2-week sessions will be held. Participants register by ability.

Who: Ages 4 (as of October 1) and up
Registration: June


Sports Reminder

In order to have a safe, happy athletic experience, please leave plenty of time to get to your scheduled activity and keep the following in mind:

  • Park in designated parking places only. Parking on grass or trails is not allowed in any township parks.
  • Alcohol is prohibited in the parks and on school property.
  • Dogs must be kept on a leash not exceeding six feet in length.

Randolph Township Police will be enforcing these township ordinances and will issue summons for ordinance violations.

For field closures, please check the Community Hotline at 866.802.0837 or check for recreation alerts on the home page of this website. The hotline and alert are updated by 3:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, by 8:00 a.m. on Saturdays, and by 10:30 a.m. on Sundays.

Finally, please help keep games and practices in perspective. These games are played for the enjoyment of the children playing them. Let the players play, the coaches coach, and the officials officiate. Be positive and have fun!

If you witness behavior or an incident unacceptable in the spirit of the game, please contact the Sports Program Ethics Committee .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this e-mail address) or call the recreation department directly at 973.989.7081.