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Batavia Park District Athletic Programs emphasize skill mastery, individual improvement, fundamentals, and of course, FUN! A variety of classes are offered for all ages and skill levels. Sports offered include basketball, softball, tennis, golf, kubb, lacrosse, baseball, volleyball, pickleball, and more! Click the tabs below to learn more.

For more information, contact Nathaniel Jarosz at 630-406-5282 or nathanielj@bataviaparks.org.

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Get into the game rather than sitting on the sidelines! The Batavia Park District offers a variety of sports classes for ages 18 and up. From volleyball leagues to martial arts and tennis, you're sure to find your next hobby here at the Batavia Park District!

Winter 2021 offerings:

- Men's Basketball League
- Co-Rec Volleyball League
- Pickleball Private Lessons
- Shotokan



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About All star sports

All Star Sports is a fun, exciting, and entertaining coaching organization bringing a professional level of youth sports programs to local park districts. The instructors believe in passing on the knowledge and skills they have learned from playing and coaching by providing a fun, safe, and structured learning environment. All the coaches are trained professionals and are dedicated to the philosophy of having fun while helping children develop a love for athletics.

Winter 2021 - session 1 schedule

winter 2021 - session 2 schedule

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Weather information

Click here for weather information or call the weather hotline at 630-584-2961.

Spring 2021 basketball

Registration is now open for the Kindergarten Basketball League and 1st/2nd Grade Basketball League.

winter / SPRING 2021 BASKETBALL

  • Kindergarten Basketball League
  • 1st & 2nd Grade Basketball League
  • Girls 3rd & 4th Grade Basketball
  • Boys 3rd & 4th Grade Basketball
  • Girls 5th & 6th Grade Basketball
  • Boys 5th & 6th Grade Basketball

Class information

Want to wield a sword? Enjoy competitive fun safely without 'fighting.' This class offers students the basic understanding of attach and defense in fencing. Family members receive a 50% discount when registering together.

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new equipment procedure

Fencing is a sport that already practices social distancing! However, in an abundance of caution and to prevent the spread of COVID-19, fencers will now be asked to either purchase or rent a set of equipment for the season. To rent equipment, please contact Fencing Sports Club at 630-678-0035 to share body size. You can pick up your equipment during the first class session. If you are interested in purchasing equipment, Fencing Sports Club can help direct you to Blue Gauntlet.

Open Gyms for fall 2020

Please note Pickleball Open Gym is temporarily paused due to Tier 3 Mitigations.

Pickleball Open Gym

Join the exciting sport of pickleball during open gym hours this season! There is a $3 drop-in fee or you may choose to purchase a 10-punch pass for $27. Some minimal equipment will be provided, but you're encouraged to bring your own.

Thursdays & Fridays from 1:00-4:00 pm at the Civic Center - starts Thursday, October 15

Guidelines:

  • Do not attend if you feel sick or ill
  • Players must wear masks at all times inside the building and gym
  • Players will be required to fill out a COVID-19 screening form
  • Please do not congregate in the gym or the lobby
  • There is a 12 person maximum in the gym

Illinois Shotokan Karate Club is Chicagoland's premier karate school taught under the instruction of John DiPasquale, a four-time National Champion, US National Coach and President of the US National Karate Federation. ISKC's karate classes help develop flexibility, strength, and coordination in fun, yet disciplined activities.

We offer Karate for Tots, Shotokan Pre-Karate, and Shotokan Karate.

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Batavia softball Leagues

Batavia Softball Leagues provide a practical and positive experience for players in a competitive environment. For more information, please email us at nathanielj@bataviaparks.org.

Game Schedule League Rules Volunteer Coaching Coaching Resources

red ball tennis
Players will develop agility, balance, basic movement patterns, forehand and backhand groundstrokes, serves, returns, volleys, court positioning, and scoring. Ages 4-7.
Orange ball tennis

Players will develop agility, coordination, dynamic balance, movement patterns, court positioning, scoring, and reliable technique on forehand, backhand, serve, and volleys. Ages 8-10.
jr. development tennis
This program is for middle and high school players based upon age and ability. Players will develop agility, coordination, dynamic balance, movement patterns, court positioning, scoring, and reliable technique on forehand and backhand, serve, return, and volley. Ages 11-18.
Orange ball elite tennis
Players will develop advanced shot selection, use of angles, emerging strengths, prepare for orange ball play and begin to transition to green ball. Ages 8-10.

Batavia Travel Softball

Batavia Travel Softball provides a practical and positive experience for players in a competitive environment. We have teams at the 12U, 14U, and 16U level. Teams play and practice year round and are involved in games and tournaments in the fall and spring/summer seasons. For more information, please email us at nathanielj@bataviaparks.org.

We welcome, and count on, volunteer coaches for our youth sports programs, such as Travel Softball and Batavia Youth Football. If you are interested in being a volunteer coach, please call 630-406-5282.

Volunteer Opportunities