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PGLC REGISTRATION
Registration is now open for the Princeton Girls Lacrosse Club 2018 spring season.  The spring season for Travel league will begin in March and run through early June. Travel teams are  open to girls in 3rd through 8th grade who live or attend school in Princeton.
House League is open to girls in grades K-3rd and will meet on Sunday afternoons beginning in early April. All skill levels are welcome. Scholarships are available upon application. Register now to reserve your spot and avoid late fees.
Registration for 2018 Winter Clinics will open on Dec. 1.
For more information about the PGLC House and Travel leagues and to register, please visit the PGLC website at www.PGLAXCLUB.com.
DILLON HOOPS
The Princeton Recreation Department is now taking registration for the 2017/2018 Dillon Youth Basketball League. The Dillon Youth Basketball League is open to boys and girls in 4th through 10th grades and is entering its 47th season.
The program is a partnership between the Princeton Recreation Department and Princeton University.  The Dillon League is recreational in nature. All players will play in every game regardless of their skill level or whether they attend the informal practice sessions. The Dillon League is about playing the game and having fun while doing it!
To register, please visit http://register.communitypass.net/princeton.  Dillon Youth Basketball is located under “2017/2018 Fall/Winter Youth Sports”.  Registration is complete once division player limits are reached or Nov. 16, whichever comes first.
More information can be found online at www.princetonrecreation.com.
PRINCETON JR. SQUASH
Princeton Junior Squash is kicking off its Fall season with an open house at Princeton University’s Jadwin Gym on Sunday, Nov. 12 from 3-5 p.m.
All are invited to come and meet the coaches and junior players and get an introduction to this fast and exciting racket sport. In addition to some experienced coaches, including the Head Men’s and Women’s varsity coaches, several of the University’s varsity teams help with coaching juniors on a regular basis in the program.
The afternoon’s activities will include some exhibition matches starring some of the top men and women players on the varsity teams. These matches will highlight several of the top players in college squash and from around the world.
Snacks and drinks will be provided and juniors already enrolled in the program will get a chance to get on court and challenge the varsity players and get some photo
opportunities. Newcomers will have the opportunity to find out about the
program, which is open to all children ages 8 to 18, and to either sign up
for the Fall program or sign up for a trial run. Entrance is free. Just come to
Jadwin Gym and you will find us on C Floor on Sunday. Please come and join in the fun.
For more information, visit www.princetonjuniorsquash.com.