Glasgow Park

  1. Wed Sep. 4

    Yoga In The Park
    Become familiar with basic yoga postures and breath work. Increase your flexibility, endurance, strength, balance and coordination. Use your mind to focus specifically on a target area to feel each movement and position. For adults. Meet at the Bank Barn/Frazer House at Glasgow Park. 5:30 to 6:30 pm and join the team from Bear/Glasgow YMCA.
  2. Wed Sep. 11

    Yoga In The Park
    Become familiar with basic yoga postures and breath work. Increase your flexibility, endurance, strength, balance and coordination. Use your mind to focus specifically on a target area to feel each movement and position. For adults. Meet at the Bank Barn/Frazer House at Glasgow Park. 5:30 to 6:30 pm and join the team from Bear/Glasgow YMCA.
  3. Wed Sep. 18

    Yoga In The Park
    Become familiar with basic yoga postures and breath work. Increase your flexibility, endurance, strength, balance and coordination. Use your mind to focus specifically on a target area to feel each movement and position. For adults. Meet at the Bank Barn/Frazer House at Glasgow Park. 5:30 to 6:30 pm and join the team from Bear/Glasgow YMCA.
  4. Thu Sep. 19

    History Quiztory
    Battles, bad-guys, heroes and innovators. Our local history is down-right thrilling! Join the many fans of these fun expert-led presentations to learn about the area’s super-interesting past and see related artifacts and objects. Each session concludes with a fun mini-quiz and prizes. Registration required. Ages 12-Adults. FREE. Sept. 19th "Reverend Samuel Eakin, the fighting parson" He served in both the NJ & DE militia during the American Revolutionary War, was the first Pastor at the Pencader Presbyterian Church to preach in English (as opposed to Welsh), and (mysteriously), interred at Pigeon Run Cemetery near Red Lion. Presented by George Widger, Friends of Pigeon Run Cemetery and the Pencader Heritage Area Assoc.
  5. Sat Sep. 21

    Fix It Café
    Bring your broken lamp, vacuum, waffle iron, or any one item that you can carry and work beside a volunteer experienced in repairs to fix it! Partnership with Lowe’s of Bear. Adults, Youth 10-17 with an Adult. There are certain items that we cannot accept at the Fix It Cafe. This includes gas-powered tools (eg lawn mowers) and complex electronic devices (eg laptops). Tell us what you are bringing to the Fix It Cafe so we can be sure we can help you repair it! Volunteers needed: The Fix-It Cafe relies on its volunteers to help residents fix their broken items. If you know someone who likes to tinker and would like to help, register at - newcastlede.gov/volunteer. Register Online Now
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Amenities

  • Paved Walking Trails

  • Fenced Dog Park

  • Skate Bowl

  • Playground

  • H!gh 5 Sensory Playground

  • Bank Barn

  • Farmers Market

  • Pavilion Rentals

  • Basketball Courts

  • Tennis Courts

  • Fishing Pond

  • Sledding Hill

Programs

Now at Glasgow Park!

Kids in Philadelphia Eagles Football Jerseys Playing Flag Football