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MARCH 16th

2024 Under the Sea Daddy Daughter Dance

Enjoy a night of fun and Under the Sea enchantment with your special little lady.

Sunset Elementary – 6:00- 8:00PM

$25 Parent & Child – $7/Additional Child

Dinner, snacks, and refreshments included

Limited number of tickets available – Must purchase tickets to attend.

MARCH 16th

2024 Mom & Son Fun Night: Luau Pool Party

A night in the Rec Center pool filled with games, activities and Aloha vibes.

Airway Heights Recreation Center – 5:00-7:00PM

$25 Parent & Child – $7/Additional Child

Dinner, snacks, and refreshments included

Limited number of tickets available – Must purchase tickets to attend.

MARCH 30th


Hunt begins at 9:00am!

Age Separated Egg Hunts:

  • 4 & Under
  • 5&6
  • 7&8
  • 9&10

Special Prize Eggs in each group. Bring your own basket. Please leave pets at home.

Airway Heights Parks & Rec

Improving the quality of life for Airway Heights residents

Airway Heights Parks & Recreation is dedicated to providing our residents and community members with the best service, programs, and facilities possible! We are honored to serve this great community, and promise to work hard everyday to improve the quality of life of our residents and community members through safe programs, inviting parks, and facilities. We truly appreciate your trust and support.

CARES works to promote the Airway Heights Parks & Recreation Department’s mission of creating community and quality of life for all residents by supporting the development of quality recreational facilities, and programs for youth and adults in the greater Airway Heights area. Through enhanced community outreach, partnerships, and contributions, CARES collaborates and connects those that share in the mission of improving our community through people, parks, and programs.

The holiday hustle and bustle will soon be behind us, and we look forward to a new year filled with health, personal achievements, and more great memories. This new season also brings the common feeling of loneliness and a sense of lethargy. This isolation takes a toll on our mental health and overall wellbeing. In the months ahead we must be ready to combat the winter doldrums that can set in, by making sure we are staying active and social. Due to fewer traditional gathering places, many communities struggle to provide a place for the face-to-face opportunities that help build our social networks, and pursue healthier lives. Here in Airway Heights, we are fortunate to have the Recreation Center, filled with amazing staff and community members brought together by a common theme of community and health.

Think back to July and our Parks & Rec Month theme “Where Community Grows”. Those words hold true not just for a month out of the year, but for the countless hours staff put in year after year to create programs, classes, and activities for our community.



Debbie Clinton

My name is Debbie Clinton, and I “rediscovered” the Rec Center after retiring a year and a half ago.  I was a pre-pandemic member in 2019 and part of 2020, and I had really enjoyed attending yoga classes, but I did not return right away once the Rec Center reopened. After recently retiring, I noted I needed to find ways to get out of the house and get active. So I rejoined the Rec Center and started attending BASE and going to the Lazy River. Exercising, socializing, and meeting new people was just what I needed.

Last spring I was injured in a fall resulting in the need for knee replacement surgery. Once I was cleared to start rehab,