Accessibility mode is enabled

Skip to Top / Tab to View Content

Register for Classes

Young Children participating in Dance Lesson at Community Center

The FREE & convenient way to securely register and pay for classes, activities and rentals. 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Sign up for your favorite class or try something new.

Class Registration Form (PDF)
Available for those who cannot process registration online.

Send  an email to if you have questions, or encounter a problem with online registration.

Come Out and Play

Images from front cover of Fall 2015 Come Out and Play

Read our recreation catalog:
Come Out & Play - Fall 2015

Parks & Rec News

The City of Sacramento Ann Land and Bertha Henschel Memorial Funds Commission invites you to apply for grants from the Ann Land and Bertha Henschel Memorial Funds.

The Ann Land and Henschel Memorial Funds Commission has approximately $135,000 in funds to distribute to organizations that provide “direct aid and assistance of the destitute of men, women, and children of the City of Sacramento.

Personal Journeys Photo Project flyer

Celebrate the exciting diversity of the Hart Senior Center
From across the country and around the world, ten older adults have found a community at the Hart Senior Center.  Unique paths in life have led them there and to who they are today. They are parents, grandparents, teachers, dancers, DJs, gardeners, volunteers, writers, and friends.  Join the Hart Senior Center for the unveiling of the Personal Journeys Photo Project on Friday, October 9, 4:30 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. showcasing new portraits and personal collages of intimate mementos reflecting the diversity of their careers, hobbies, ambitions, families, cultures, talents, and values. For more information, visit Hart Senior Center’s website.


Oct 02 - Join us at the Hart Senior Center for the Unveiling of the Personal Journeys Photo Project She’s the host of a radio program and actively involved in Public Access TV. Creative writing, poetry and life history writing are just some of her passions. While in a shop in Folsom, she found a crystal ball that felt warm to the touch—she knew it was meant to be hers. When a fire broke out at her home in 2001, she lost everything, except for a cherished hand mirror that was in her purse. It was a gift from her then five-year-old son in 1971, which he bought for 17 cents. Three years ago, she suffered a heart attack and had a Pacemaker implanted, which has not stopped her from living life to the fullest with a vibrant, energetic spirit that inspires those around her. She is just one of the ten individuals featured in the Personal Journeys Photo Project, which showcases the diverse characteristics – both visible and invisible –of the Hart Senior Center community. Come celebrate the exciting diversity of the Hart Senior Center at the unveiling of the new portraits and corresponding personal collages by local photographer and Cosumnes River College professor Patty Felkner, on Friday, October 9, 4:30 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. Refreshments will be served. For more information about the Personal Journeys Photo Project, visit Hart Senior Center’s website: Read Post