The Recreation Department sponsors many events each year and oversees community athletics, history, arts, cultural, and summer camp programs at sites throughout the township. In addition, the Recreation Department also provides a new schedule of youth, adult, and senior education classes each season. 
The Community Magazine is mailed to each home in Cherry Hill. Registration can be done by mail, in person, or online. If registering by mail, click here for a registration form.
Registration for all spring and summer programs are now open. Summer magazines should be in homes around May 1.

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Upcoming Events

For a complete listing of events offered by the Cherry Hill Recreation Department, please visit our calendar page found under "Events" or like us on Facebook (@Cherry Hill Recreation).



Participants will explore firsthand various aspects of law enforcement, with a curriculum developed by the Police Department that will emphasize the importance of qualities such as physical fitness, staying drug free, teamwork and respect.

Activities throughout the week will include; lessons in drill and ceremony, physical training, school safety and bullying, drug awareness, traffic safety, an introduction to special units, crime scene processing and fingerprinting and first aid.

Participants will also tour the juvenile detention center and Cherry Hill Fire Department Central Command. The week will conclude with a formal graduation ceremony on Friday afternoon.

The program is limited to 40 registrants. To accommodate as many new children as possible, returning cadets will be allowed to register after June 1, 2018.

*Open to Cherry Hill Residents only. Parents must complete ALL necessary paperwork and health forms in advance of program. A MANDATORY parent and cadet orientation will be conducted before the Academy begins.

When: August 6 - 10 / 8am - 3pm                                                                          Where: Carman Tilelli Community Center                                                                Who: Cherry Hill Residents Ages 11-14                                                                     Fee: $125 ("Summer 2018")

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Our Glee program is designed to develop musical skills, singing and audition techniques, stage presence, and confidence as a musical performer. Everyone will be featured on the East stage during two final performances singing today's greatest hits! Each participant will receive a t-shirt and one complimentary performance ticket. Performances are scheduled for July 18 & 19.                                                                                                                                                                                                  When: June 25 - July 19, M-TH /  9am - 2pm (6/25 4-8pm only)                                      Where: CH HS East                                                                                                  Who: Aspiring singers and performers in Grades 4-10                                                    Fee: $375 ("Summer 2018")

Register online or at the recreation department.                                                               Registration packet and required medical forms (all children must complete and turn in their medical form before camp begins)

Questions: Contact Laurie Lausi or Heather Lockart at


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Pirates Past Noon 2

When: June 26 - August 2 /  8:30am - 12pm (no Drama on Monday, June 25)

Where: Kilmer Elementary School                                                                           Who: Theatrical inspired children in Grades 2-6 (grade entering in Fall 2018)       Fee: $275 / $265 early bird

In Cherry Hill’s Summer Drama Camp, children going into 2nd grade up to those starting middle school in September, can participate and learn about one of America’s largest and most influential contributions to Theater: the Musical. 

During this year's production of Magic Tree House: Pirates Past Noon, based on the famous book series by Mary Pope Osborne, campers will have fun while discovering the dedication, work, and thrill that go into putting on a production as they learn about every aspect of theater while making new friends. 

The camp runs from Monday, June 25 through Thursday, August 2, with all of the campers performing in the half-hour musical for their family and friends on Wednesday, August 1. In a modification from previous years, the primary focus of the camp will be in technical theater.  Additionally, we will also focus on movement and vocal performance.  Due to the limited rehearsal schedule, any campers who are absent for the entire first week of camp (6/25-6/29) or the entire last week of camp (7/30-8/2) will not be considered for speaking roles. 

A completed medical form is required before the program begins but not at the time of registration.  Please note, children in this camp will not be able to register for MF Camp Friday trips anymore.


Recreational Basketball is for CH Township girls and boys in Grades 2-10 (entering Fall 2018). This league, with the help of volunteer/parent coaches, will emphasize fundamentals, teamwork, exercise, sportsmanship and fun!  Game schedules/teams are subject to enrollment in each league. Tryout/team assignments are below. VOLUNTEER COACHES NEEDED & VOLUNTEER COACHES DISCOUNT AVAILABLE!! Please call recreation department for details! Limited availability for coaches and must register in person! Game schedules/team rosters are subject to enrollment in each league. Register for the grade your ENTERING in September 2018. Practice times will not be available during the Summer season. All games played Monday-Thursday at Rosa Middle School. Grades typically play on the same night during the summer season. Games can typically start from 6pm - 9pm.  All games will start the week of June 25. Open gym or clinic will be offered to all registered players June 20-21 from 6pm - 10pm. More information to follow.

DRAFT DATES @ Rosa Middle School:

Grades 2/3 - June 18 from 6pm - 8pm

Grades 6/7 - June 18 from 8pm - 10pm

Grades 4/5 - June 19 from 6pm - 8pm

Grades 8-10 - June 19 from 8pm - 10pm

 *If your child is not available for tryouts, they will be randomly placed on a team.

*Cannot accept friend / carpool requests

Schedule of Games @ Rosa Middle School (M/W OR T/TH for each grade):

6 - 8pm for Grades 2-5

8 - 10pm for Grades 6-10

*Games last one hour and limited # players per team.