November – March, grades 2-12, BOYS/GIRLS. Games played at schools in Ewing. Instructional programs for Boys and Girls, grade K &1. Leagues for grades 2 – 12. Registration Howard Davis, President. League website – www.leaguelineup.com/erbl.
Director: Frank Giancarli
May-July, Grades 3-11, BOYS/GIRLS, Moody Park Courts, Monday – Friday evenings. Registration late April-Mid May. Registration form is available in PDF. For more information, visit moodyparkbb.com.
Director: Mark Smith
Grades K-8, Boys. Practices at EHS Wrestling Room. Registration – Done for each session.
2016-2017 Wrestling Registration form and Waiver
Director: Mohamed Omara
Sundays January 15th through March 12th
1st grade 12:30pm-1:30pm
League Play - 2nd-12th grade begins at 2pm
2017 Youth Indoor Soccer Registration with Waiver
Director: Ted Forst
p: (609) 883-1776
The Ewing Chess Club (ECC) is a fun and lively club for beginner through master level chess players. The club meets every Tuesday night starting at 6:30pm at ESCC. Visitors and new members are always welcome and chess lessons are available. Chess sets, boards, clocks and refreshments are provided. All ages and skill levels are welcome. For more info contact Mike Colucci at (609) 771-3575 or email at email@example.com.
Lunch with Santa
Mayor Bert Steinmann presents Lunch with Santa at the Ewing Senior & Community Center on Saturday, December 17 at 2:00pm. The registration form is available in PDF. Please note you will need the free Adobe Acrobat Reader or similar software to view and / or print this document.
Easter Egg Hunt
Check back for details!
Fall Festival of Fun
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Trunk Or Treat
CLICK HERE for Treater Registration
CLICK HERE for Trunk Registration
Build a Scarecrow Contest
Enter the Ewing Green Team’s Annual Scarecrow Contests each October and demonstrate your recycling smarts and creative skills! All scarecrows must be constructed of at least 80% recycled, reclaimed, and/or reused materials. Materials like glue, nails, string, or other means of attaching items will count toward the allowable 20% new materials. They must be named to help describe/identify the creative theme and must also be 4-5 feet tall (without stake) and 2-4 feet wide. Winners are judged on originality, artistry and the creative use of recycled materials. The contest is open to all Ewing individuals, school groups, families, youth groups, service clubs and business groups. See Scarecrow Contest page on Ewing Green Team website for additional details.
CLICK HERE for 2016 details
CLICK HERE for 2016 Build a Scarecrow Registration Form