Summer Programs

Summer camps, tennis lessons, swimming lessons and softball leagues are just the tip of what makes summer in Shaw Park so amazing,

Printable Summer Guide PDF (3.9 MB)

Summer Camps

We have a wide variety of choices including SCUBA, Mad Science, Fencing, Basketball and Tennis. More details on the Camps Page.

Printable Camp Guide PDF (1 MB)


  •   Brentwood Boulevard Lane Closure

    The lane will remain closed for approximately 1 1/2 months.

    3/24/2017 1:23:00 PM

  • DeMun Park Master Plan Forum

    We are seeking input from residents as we begin the process of creating designs for new playgrounds, landscaping and other features.


  • Hanley Park Planning

    The Parks & Recreation Commission will discuss potential plans for the newly acquired property on the west side of the park as well as gather any suggestions you might have to improve the park.

    4/10/2017 3:17:17 PM

  • Prescription Drug Takeback

    Clayton Police and the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) will have a tent in front of The Center to give the public an opportunity to prevent pill abuse and theft by ridding their homes of potentially dangerous expired, unused, and unwanted prescription drugs.


  • Pitch, Hit & Run

    Pitch, Hit & Run squares off competitors ages 7-14 against their peers in pitching accuracy, hitting ability, and running speed.


  • Views of Chapman Plaza Construction

    Photos and videos of the progress made at the site can be found on the Clayton Century Foundation's project pages.


  • Spring Classes

    Spring is a great time to get the kids ready for the pool with swimming lessons, get yourself back in shape for the trails with a cycling class, or sign up for a softball league with a group of your favorite people.

    3/1/2017 10:11:31 AM

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Accessibility to All Citizens

We welcome individuals of all abilities to enjoy our facilities and programs. If you or someone you know requires assistance, let us know at the time of registration or at least 2 weeks before participation. For more information, contact Malory Smysor at 314-290-8507.