Recreation Department Homepage
Welcome to the Provincetown Recreation Department:
What is happening?
Please check out our site or give us a call to know what is happening this month with the recreation department.
MOTTA FIELD MASTER PLAN "PERFERRED CONCEPT":
Thank you to all those who attended the Motta Field Master Plan Community meeting on February 8th, 2023. Based on the community's input, Weston & Sampson is seeking input on the "Preferred Plan" they have put together. Please do so here: https://forms.gle/EUFuFU8A5UHynTUX9
COMMUNITY SKATE PARK SURVEY:
The Provincetown Recreation Department is seeking your input! Please take three minutes to complete the following survey here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/QH63MRS
PLAYWRITING IN PROVINCETOWN IS BACK!
The Provincetown Recreation Department is excited to announce that we will offer this program again this winter. It will begin January 23rd, 2023 at 10:30AM. Work alongside award-winning playwright Joseph Paprzycki here at the Veteran's Memorial Community Center.
Tiny Tykes Spring Soccer Program:
The Provincetown Recreation Department is excited to bring back Challenger Sports this Spring for the Tiny Tykes Program for children ages 3-6yrs old.
Those interested in registering can do so here: https://challenger.configio.com/.../provincetown...
In addition, scholarship opportunities are available for all Provincetown School students.
Look for all things Pickleball related here: https://www.provincetown-ma.gov/1418/Pickleball-in-Provincetown
Provincetown Family Resource
Cape Cod Children’s Place Family Support specialist, Charlotte Fyfe, is available to meet with you by appointment, by calling 508-237-2688 or e-mail at email@example.com
At the Provincetown Family Resource you will find:
- Consultations for any Provincetown Family with children birth to 18 years.
- Applications for financial aid from Provincetown’s John Henry Trust. This fund, bequeathed to the town in 2003, is for the benefit of children birth to 18 years whose families require financial assistance to pay for medical, dental, transportation, housing and childcare needs. There are income and residency restrictions. Financial details here. All requests are completely confidential. For more information or to download an application in ENGLISH or SPANISH.
- Parenting information on a variety of topics, ranging from infancy to teens.
- Referrals to medical care, counseling, housing assistance and free or low cost food and clothing. Also: mental health, addiction, education & childcare resources, parenting and support groups.
- Someone to talk to, who can give you confidential referral information and help steer you to useful resources.
Click Here for the Application
Provincetown Youth Activity Grant Application
The Provincetown Health Department is introducing the Youth Activity Grant program to supply funds for applicants looking to attend classes, camps, or other recreational programs or to pay for transportation to classes or camps.
What's going on at the community center for Adult Programming?
Yoga for Addiction Recovery
Join instructor Jen Kopec on Thursdays from 4-5PM.
Yoga with Greg
Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 8:30-10AM
For more information please visit: https://www.ptownyoga.com/
Bart's Stretch & Tone
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 3-4:30pm