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Northlands Association for Special Recreation (NASR) is a cooperative partnership between the Belvidere, Freeport, and Rockford Park Districts (referred to as a member district). NASR Programs are open to any individual with a disability-related special need such as physical, mental, and developmental disabilities, and persons with mental illness, behavior disorders, visual or hearing impairments. Member district residents are invited to participate in specialty/therapeutic (TR) programs offered through any member district at the resident rate. For participation in inclusion services at a member district other than your own, you must pay the non-resident rate for that specific program.
Exciting Changes are here!
NASR – Belvidere has grown! Join us for an informational open house displaying the growth, development and future of NASR – Belvidere programming. Staff will be on hand to give you a tour of our new facility. Come hear the exciting plans in order to keep providing safe, healthy & fun services to our participants […]
Ho Ho Hustle
Belvidere Park District held it’s first Ho Ho Hustle 5K run/walk this past weekend. We had close to 50 people who participate in this first year event. We want to thank all those who came out and ran/walked and especially Santa & Rudolph for joining us this day!
Cyber Monday Pool Pass Special!
Are you ready for Cyber Monday? Be on the lookout for William Grady Pool 2015 Season Passes! Save $10 off Regular Price when you buy your 2015 Passes December 1, 2014 – January 31, 2015!
Grizzlies Flag Football Tournament
Lace up those football cleats and wear your team colors proud! Sign up to be a part of the 1st Annual Flag Football for the Grizzlies Flag Football Tournament on September 13, 2014 at 10:00 am! All proceeds will go towards the “New Horizons Scholarship Fund” and filling the “cash box” which allows all of […]
Youth Triathlon Results are in:
Belvidere Park District Presented it 2nd Annual Youth Triathlon this past Sunday in Belvidere park. The race drew in over 35 youth from around the area competing in swimming, biking and running. The event grew from last year and hopes to grow in the future.