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Recreation Programs

The Town of Leland seeks to offer a variety of recreation programs for youth and adults that encourage positive leisure lifestyles. Recreation programs provide opportunities for socialization, personal growth, physical activity and character building. The Parks and Recreation Department is always looking to expand the services it provides so that it remains responsive to the community and on the cutting edge of recreation trends. Check back often as new programs are added regularly.


If you are an instructor interested in offering a class through Leland Parks and Recreation, please review the following documents:

  

 

Nature Talks

Leland Town Hall | 102 Town Hall Drive

Learn more about the environment you live in during the Nature Talks lecture series. Local experts in wetlands, birds, alligators, sea turtles and sharks will share their knowledge each week on these different topics. 
# 6176 | Thursdays 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

September 14              Wetlands
September 28              Wild Birds
October 12                   Alligators
October 26                   Sea Turtles*

November 9                 Sharks

*Topic subject to change
Fee | $15/Residents; $20/Non-resident
To register, click here.

 




Kayak Adventure

Saturday, October 7 at 9 AM
Moores Creek National Battlefield | 40 Patriots Hall Dr, Currie, NC 28435

Join Mahanaim Adventures for kayaking on historic Moores Creek and then enjoy a guided tour of this historic national battlefield.  Moores Creek National Battlefield is an 88 acre park that commemorates the battle between Patriots and Loyalist militia on February 27, 1776.  This battle was the first major victory for the Patriots that lead to Cornwallis’ withdrawal from North Carolina.  Join us and explore this beautiful creek and learn about our rich heritage as it comes alive as period dressed interrupters guide you through this battlefield.  We will meet at the Patriots Hall parking lot in Moores Creek National Battle Field at 9:00 AM. This is an excellent adventure for the first time kayaker as it is a half-day adventure. (Ending around 3:00pm.)  Make sure you bring your walking shoes to explore both Moores Creek and the National Battle Field and a picnic lunch to enjoy before we explore the battlefield.

Fee
| $45; Includes kayak rental and guided tours.
To register, click here.


 


Arts Programs - Leland Cultural Arts Center

For more information on the arts programs offered through Parks and Recreation at the Leland Cultural Arts Center, click here or the online registration button at the top of the page.