Summer PAD -Parks After Dark

Free Events and Activities in the evenings on Thursday, Friday and Saturday at the Park while schools are not in session

Weekend PAD Schedule

Thursday

Nights at PAD

 Cheer Clinic

 Youth Soccer Clinic

 Intro to Chess

 Our Spot Teen Program

 Field Games

 Karate

 Youth Football

 Trash4Teaching Craft Class

 Tennis

 Boxing

 Yoga & Meditation

 Basic Computer Class

 Senior Knitting/Game Night

 Senior Bingo

 Splash Pad

Friday

Nights at Pad

 Walking Club

 Zumba

 Field Games

 Our Spot Teen Program

 Teen Game Night – my PAD

 Under the Stars Adult Paint/Sip

 Gardening Program

 Splash Pad

Saturday

Nights at PAD

 Youth Basketball Games

 Sensory Saturday

 Our Spot Teen Program

 Field Games

 Family Storytime

 Water Safety Class

 Cooking Classes

 Healthy Kids Cook-Off

 Pottery Painting & Gardening

 Environmental Awareness

 Walking Club

 Splash Pad

Special Events PAD Schedule

JUNE

6/13 - Crochet Workshop

6/14 - Teen Silent Party

6/14 Kids Fitness Challenge

6/15 Women's 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament

6/28 - Teen Movie Night

6/29 - Family and Friends Olympics


JULY

7/4 - PAD closed for July 4th Holiday

7/6 - Under the Stars Astronomy Star Party

7/6 - World of Water Festival

7/6 - Community BBQ

7/12 - Ready, Set, Glow - Teen Glow Party

7/13 - Bubble Ball Tournament

7/26 - Youth Basketball Challenge

7/26 - Staff vs. Sheriffs Basketball Game

7/27 Treasure Hunt

7/27 - Cheer Camp


August

8/2 - Art Walk

8/2 - Resource/Career Fair

8/2 - Back to School Fair

8/2 - Mental Health/First Aid

8/2 - Concert in the Park

8/3 - Glow in the Dark Fun Run/Walk

PAD Movie Nights Schedule

  • All Movies are shown at Dusk,(starting around 8:35pm)

Weather permitting movies will be shown outside Under the Stars

Schedule:

8/2 - Ralph Breaks the Internet

8/10 - The Lego Movie 2



Thursday Nights at PAD

Friday Nights at PAD

Saturday Nights at PAD

Welcome to PAD!

You are welcome to come out and enjoy your park. Meet your neighbors! Talk to friendly people. Don't hesitate to look over your phone to the person sitting or walking near you, smile and say hello. Say hello back to those who greet you. Wave when next you see them. Ask them what they enjoy at the park and share what you have enjoyed.

If you have any problems, let the recreation leaders know. They strive to do their best. Talk to Regina Bradley, she is the supervisor of recreation at Sorensen Park. She LOVES meeting people.

Talk to the members of Lake Los Angeles Park Association ( If you own a property in the neighborhoods, you are a member.) and find out opportunities to help, volunteer, and become part of one of the finest parks in Los Angeles County Parks and Recreation. Talk to the recreational leaders, Regina, and the active volunteers, find out why Lake Los Angeles is is such a special place and how it can be even better.

~Mary Hanna, President

Lake Los Angeles Park Association

Thank you to everyone who came to participate in the Parks After Dark Winter 2018-activities and programs.

Whether you came as a staff member, volunteer or as a community member to enjoy what the Park has to offer - we are glad you chose to spend time with us during Winter PAD.

For your enjoyment we have highlights of the 2018 Winter PAD

A report by Los Angeles County Public Health about the success of the early efforts of PAD

parksafterdark Report.pdf
PAD Report Stats.pdf

Gold Eagle Award Recognizes the Benefits of the Parks After Dark Program, and its Positive Impact on Communities Throughout the County

by Shirley Harriman

The Department of Parks and Recreation has been awarded the Gold Eagle Award from the Los Angeles County Quality and Productivity Commission (QPC) for its Parks After Dark (PAD) program, the highest award issued by Los Angeles County!

This occurred during the 32nd Annual Productivity and Quality Awards Luncheon & Ceremony held recently at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Downtown Los Angeles.

PAD encourages healthy living, promotes social cohesion, builds resilient communities and provides safe environments during extended summer evening hours at 33 County parks across Los Angeles County.

The Department was also awarded a Traditional Plaque Award for its quarterly P&R Magazine, and a Certificate of Recognition for opening of a Time Capsule – Historical Park Photos, which has made historical photos available to the public online.

“These three awards are a huge honor for our Department, and we are very proud of this wonderful recognition,” said Director John Wicker. “These awards are a reflection of the hard work, dedication and collaboration among all our employees and agencies.”

Concluded Wicker: “This is yet another testament to the Department’s pursuit of world-class excellence!”

PAD is led by the Los Angeles County Department of Parks and Recreation in partnership with the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors, Chief Executive Office, Department of Public Health, Sheriff’s Department, Probation Department, Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, and many other County departments, government agencies and community organizations.