Spring, Summer and Fall 2021 - Town of Wolfeboro NH

Spring, Summer and Fall 2021 - Town of Wolfeboro NH
Spring, Summer and Fall 2021

                                 Last Updated:

                    Christine Collins

                    Assistant Director:
                    Beau Betz

                    Program Coordinator:


                    Maintenance Foreman:
                    Kathy Rankin
Spring, Summer and Fall 2021 - Town of Wolfeboro NH
2                               2021 ANNOUNCEMENT

W       ow...What a year! After a year of managing facilities we are happy to start offering
        programs again! Although, we would love to offer the same summer we offered in 2019
there are a lot of protocols we need to follow and precaustions that we need to take. We also need
to factor that a plan in March could change in July. With that being said we ask for your patience
and understanding. We typically print our brochure and have it out for April 1 for the summer.
This year we are going digitial and will be updating as we have more information available. This
brochure will be added to or edited as we update and there will be a date on the front page. We
also, have our online registration system that is real time as well. Please make sure you read
through all paperwork when you register for a program as some things may have changed from
previous years.

    2021 Changes:

    ONLINE REGISTRATION- We started using RecDesk which is a new online
    registration program. What this means for you is, if you did not participate in a
    program or ski or skate with us starting in November 2020, then you will need
    to create an account.
    You should make the account having the adult as the head of household and
    then list your children. You should only have people lving in your household
    on your account. Please be advised we do monitor accounts and can and will
    ask for proof of residency.


    RESIDENT/NON -RESIDENT- Some programs may only allow residents to
    register. Other programs allow residents to have a certain amount of time to
    register and then opens it up to non-residents.

    PRORATING- We will not be offering prorated programs.
Spring, Summer and Fall 2021 - Town of Wolfeboro NH
3                                         GENERAL INFORMATION                                                                             3

                                    REGISTRATION INFORMATION
                                    1: Registration will be accepted by:
                                        ONLINE at www.wolfeboronh.us/parks-recreation on Parks and Recreation Department page.
                                        MAIL– Wolfeboro Parks & Recreation, PO Box 629, Wolfeboro, NH 03894
                                        DROP-OFF– Wolfeboro Town Hall, Parks and Rec. Office at the Pop Whalen Ice & Arts
                                                      Center, or Drop box located in parking lot of Pop Whalen Ice & Arts Center.
PARKS AND RECREATION                2: If signing up with paper registration form, please use the registration form from the recreation
OFFICES AT THE                      office or download one from the website. When completing the form you must provide all the
                                    information requested. Forms that are NOT filled out completely will be returned and NOT
                                    processed. Please be advised we process paper registrations once a week, you will not be
Telephone: 569-5639                 considered in program until processed. To secure your spot register online.

Location: 390 Pine Hill Road        3: Checks should be made payable to “Wolfeboro Parks and Recreation,” unless otherwise noted.

Registration Office Hours:          4: We request that you register for activities at least two weeks prior to the program start date,
Mon. - Fri. 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM       unless otherwise noted. Don’t let a good program fail - please register early!

                                    5: Residents of Wolfeboro, Tuftonboro and Brookfield qualify for resident rates, and will be given a
Department staff is often out of
                                    preferred registration window beginning April 1 before non-residents are allowed to register. After the
the office at meetings, running
programs or overseeing projects.    registration window, registrations are processed on a first come, first served basis.
Please call ahead to confirm that
staff is available.
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    CANCELLATIONS                           FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE                            SEVERE WEATHER POLICY
    Wolfeboro Parks & Recreation            Payment Plans available upon                    All programs will be held as
    reserves the right to alter the         request at the Parks & Recreation               scheduled if it is not raining/
    schedule, add or cancel programs,       Office. A downpayment of 25% is                 storming at the scheduled starting
    events or activities due to low         required, the remaining balance                 time. If the weather has caused a
    enrollment or for any other reason.     will be calculated and split up into            cancellation or a delay:
                                            weekly payments until balance is                1. We will email participants.
    REFUNDS                                 paid in full.                                   2. The schools will be called.
    Some programs are not eligible for      Payment Plans that are not paid                 3. Our website will have the
    refunds.                                in full 2 weeks prior to the start of           cancellation or delay posted
    Full Fee minus convience fee            the program will be automatically               at www.wolfeboronh.us/parks-
    within two weeks of start date.         withdrawn, and money will be                    recreation.
    No REFUND within one week of            forfeited. Some programs may                    4. Our Facebook page will be
    start date.                             have more specfic deadlines.                    updated.
    All REFUND Requests must be
    put in writing and sent to Admin.       INCLUSIVE SERVICES                              AGE REQUIREMENTS
    Assistant at parksadminassistant@       To request reasonable                           For all youth programs, age
    wolfeboronh.us.                         accommodation for a parks and                   requirements will be as of the
                                            recreation program/activity, please             first date of the first class, unless
    RETURNED CHECK FEE                      contact the office at 569-5639 or               otherwise specified. All age
    Any checks that are returned            parksdirector@wolfeboronh.us.                   requirements are in place to
    will be assessed with a fee. All                                                        benefit the children and make the
    fees and balances must be               PHOTOGRAPHS                                     experience more consistent for
    paid with cash or credit card           On occasion, our staff may                      them and the instructor.
    before registration is considered       photograph or videotape
    complete.                               participants in department
                                            programs. These photos are                           MOST UP TO DATE
    LOST AND FOUND                          for our use only and may be                      PROGRAM INFORMATION IS
    Will be held at 390 Pine Hill Road,     used in publications, brochures,                  ONLINE! THIS IS PRINTED
    for two weeks. After two weeks,         pamphlets, flyers, or electronic                 IN MARCH, SO PROGRAMS
    items will be donated to charity.’      media. If you have any questions                    MAY CHANGE OR BE
                                            or concerns, please contact the                           ADDED!
                                            Wolfeboro Parks & Rec. Dept.
Spring, Summer and Fall 2021 - Town of Wolfeboro NH
4                                             FACILITIES - PARKS

ABENAKI-SEWALL WOODS                         BEAN PARK This “pocket park” in                BRIDGE FALLS PATH Come enjoy
BIKE PATHS Network of biking and             downtown Wolfeboro is a great place to         this ½ mile multi-use trail that connects to
walking paths that stretch from Abenaki      stop and have a picnic, eat some ice cream,    a regional network of multi-use trails. The
Ski Area to Downtown Wolfeboro & then        take rest on your bike ride along the Bridge   Bridge Falls path provides a scenic walk,
on to the Sewall Woods Conservation          Falls Path, or just sit and enjoy the views    run or bike along the shores of Back Bay
Area. The paths are crushed stone dust       of Back Bay. This park was gifted to the       in between the Railroad Depot downtown
and are easily passable on bikes, walking,   Town in 2011 from the Bean Family, with        to Wolfeboro Falls. After Crossing Route
wheelchairs--even a tricycle!                assistance from the Wolfeboro Conservation     28, it becomes the Cotton Valley Trail
                                             Commission and the Wolfeboro-Tuftonboro        and continues on towards Albee Beach,
                                             Land Bank.                                     Wakefield and beyond.

CATE PARK A delightful waterfront            CLARK PARK Clark Park is a tranquil             COTTON VALLEY TRAIL The
park in downtown Wolfeboro that is home      oasis of green in downtown Wolfeboro, that      Cotton Valley Trail connects with the Bridge
to summer concerts, art shows and special    offers an open field, shady areas to while      Falls Path to provide multi-use rail trail
                                                                                             access through Wolfeboro, along the shores
events. Located adjacent to the Town         away the afternoon hours, picnic tables and     of Crescent Lake and Lake Wentworth and
Docks on Main St.                            gardens. Also located at Clark Park is the      onwards to Wakefield and beyond. Managed
                                             Clark House Museum Complex, managed             by the Cotton Valley Trail Committee
                                             by the Wolfeboro Historical Society             (CVTC), the Cotton Valley Trail provides
                                                                                             year round recreational opportuntiies and
                                             www.wolfeborohistoricalsociety.org.             green-commuting options for Wolfeboro
                                             Located at 233 South Main St. across from       residents. Access points at Albee Beach, Mast
                                             Huggins Hospital.                               Landing, Fernald Crossing and from the
                                                                                             Bridge Falls Path.

ELIE’S WOODLAND WALK                         FOSS FIELD Adjacent to Back Bay, and           FRONT BAY PARK Front Bay Park is
Located at the Ryefield Marsh, Route         the Bridge Falls Path Multiuse Recreation      Wolfeboro’s newest park! Located on Bay St.
109 near Lake Wentworth. Self-guided         area in downtown Wolfeboro. Come enjoy         along the shores of Front Bay (also known
nature trail. Managed by the Conservation    lit tennis courts, soccer fields, baseball     as Back Bay), Front Bay Park has a network
Commission.                                  diamond, basketball courts and the Sue Glenn   of walking paths, great views of the bay
                                                                                            and downtown Wolfeboro, a picnic gazebo,
                                             Playground. New Pavilion built in 2018 with
                                                                                            kayak/canoe access and parking.
                                             public bathrooms.
Spring, Summer and Fall 2021 - Town of Wolfeboro NH
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MCKINNEY PARK Located at the end               SEWALL WOODS                                         WOLFEBORO SKATE PARK
of Clark Road. Waterfront point offering       CONSERVATION AREA Extensive                          Located at the “The Nick” Recreation Park on
views of Wolfeboro Bay and Islands as well     walking, running and XC Ski trails in close          Rte. 28. Apparatus is in place year round.
as deep-water swimming. No commercial          proximity to downtown Wolfeboro. This
diving.                                        property is owned by the Lakes Region
                                               Conservation Trust. Features miles of trails and a
                                               peaceful woodland setting. Located on Clow St.
                                               near Pleasant St.


ALLEN ALBEE BEACH                              BREWSTER BEACH                                       CARRY BEACH
Hours: Open 6am to 10pm                        Hours: Open 6am to 10pm                              Hours: Open 6am to 10pm
Location: Route 28N, across from the Nick      Location: Clark Road                                 Location: Forest Road
Beautiful sandy beach on Lake Wentworth.       Sandy beach on Wolfeboro Bay of Lake                 A gradual slope from the beach provides a
Shallow swimming area suitable for             Winnipesaukee. An active beach with swim             shallow swim area for younger children in
younger swimmers and lap swimmers. Grill       lessons and team programs. Swim team                 Lake Winnipesaukee. Site of the Granite
available for picnics and outings on a first   docks available for swimming laps when               Man Triathlon. NO PETS! NO GROUPS!
come first served basis.                       practices are not in session. No inflatable          RESIDENT ONLY PERMIT PARKING
NO PETS! NO GROUPS!                            rafts or non-Coast Guard approved                    Day Camp is at Carry Beach from 8AM-
RESIDENT ONLY PERMIT PARKING                   swimming aids allowed. NO PETS! NO                   4PM Tuesday-Friday.

Location: Foss Field/ Off Lehner St., Wolfeboro
Open to the public dawn until dusk.

                                                                   TENNIS & PICKLE BALL COURTS
                                                                     FOSS FIELD
                                                                     Location: Foss Field Recreation Area
RAILROAD STATION PLAYGROUND                                                    (4 Tennis courts and 2 Pickle Ball courts)
Location: Railroad Ave. Wolfeboro Falls                                           Enter from Glendon St.
Open to the public dawn until dusk.                                   Lit Courts: June 4 - October 29 Nightly until 10:00 PM
Spring, Summer and Fall 2021 - Town of Wolfeboro NH
6                                           MUSEUMS

Telephone: 569-1035
Location: 755 North Main St. Wolfeboro
Hours: Open Seasonally from June through mid                    WOLFEBORO’S GEMS
Tue - Sat: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM • Sun: 12:00 PM -
4:00 PM                                                             Clark House
www.thelibbymuseum.org                                            Libby Museum
                                                                 NH Boat Museum
                                                              Wright Museum of WWII

                                                  THE CLARK MUSEUM COMPLEX
                                                  Telephone: 569-4997
                                                  Location: South Main Street across from Huggins Hospital
                                                  Hours: July and August
                                                  Wed. - Fri. 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM Sat. 10 AM - 2 PM
                                                  Tours by Appointment in Spring and Fall.
                                                  Wolfeboro Historical Society operates this facility.

                                                   WRIGHT MUSEUM OF WORLD WAR II
                                                   Telephone: 569-1212
    NH BOAT MUSEUM                                 Location: 77 Center Street
Telephone: 569-4554
Location: 399 Center Street
Spring, Summer and Fall 2021 - Town of Wolfeboro NH
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 THE NICHOLAS J. PERNOKAS                                         14TH ANNUAL NICK GOLF CLASSIC &
 RECREATION PARK (THE NICK)                                       TOURNAMENT OF CHAMPIONS
 10 Trotting Track Road/ PO Box838                                Date: Monday, August 16, 2021~ 1:00PM Shotgun Start
 www.thenick.org                                                  Where: Lake Winnipesaukee Golf Club
 holly@thenick.org or 569-1909 (For Tickets or register)          Participants enjoy a day of golf on a world-renowned, 18-hole
                                                                  private course with stunning lake and mountain views, lunch,
 VINTAGE BOAT & CAR AUCTION-                                      dinner on the patio, a tournament gift and goodie bag, longest
 HOSTED BY NH BOAT MUSEUM                                         drive and closest to pin competition, 50/50 raffle, skins game,
 Date: Saturday, July 17th                                        and a live auction. For more information email holly@thenick.
 Location: The Nick                                               org or to register visit http://thenick.org/golf/
 For more information contact the museum at (603) 569-4554
 or auction@nhbm.org                                       TOUCH-A-TRUCK -
                                                                  HOSTED BY WOLFEBORO AREA CHILDREN’S
 1ST INAUGURAL NICK SUNSET CRUISE &                               CENTER
 AUCTION                                                          Date: Sunday, September 19 9PM
 Date: Saturday, August 16th                                      Time: 11AM- 1PM
 Time: 6:00-8:30PM                                                Where: The Nick
 Location: Winni Bell, Departing from the Town Docks              For more information visit thechildrenscenternh.org
 Cost: $75 per person
 Aboard the Winni Bell guests will enjoy a 2.5-hour cruise with   PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT THE NICK HAS
 music by DJ Shamar, heavy hors d’oeuvres, a live auction,        COVID-19 POLICIES IN PLACE. CHECK THEIR
 and a cash bar. We invite those looking for a fun and festive    WEBSITE FOR UP TO DATE INFORMATION.
 sunset cruise to join us. For more information email holly@
 thenick.org or visit our website, https://thenick.org/events/             www.thenick.org

                                             SENIOR PROGRAMS

                            TEMPORARILY SUSPENDED.

Contact us:
on Facebook Wolfeboro Senior Center & Meals, by emailing
welfaredirector@wolfeboronh.org or 603-569-8161.
Spring, Summer and Fall 2021 - Town of Wolfeboro NH
8                                      KINGSWOOD YOUTH CENTER
The Kingwood Youth Center’s mission is to provide a safe
and positive environment in which youth may grow, learn
and develop important life skills critical to their success in
the adult world. The KYC offers after-school programs to
seventh through twelfth-grade students, in the Governor
Wentworth Regional School District. In addition to the
after-school program, the KYC offers weekly BTAS!
(beyond the after-school) programs that are hosted in the
evening, on weekends, and during school vacations. A
complete schedule of full-day and half-day programs is
available during the summer months. All programs and
activities are free and include a hot meal. Cooking classes,
arts and crafts, computers, woodworking, games, team-building and leadership activities, life-skills exploration, gardening, field
trips, and outdoor recreation exemplify some of the activities offered. In partnership with White Horse Recovery, substance misuse
prevention education services are incorporated into the KYC’s programs. Field trips include visits to local farms, museums, beaches,
mountains, lakes and natural places, as well as, the Lakes Region Humane Society, Camp Sentinel, Pop Whalen, The Nick, and
downtown Wolfeboro. The KYC Kuboard is the KYC’s own food pantry where fresh, frozen, and pantry items are available to
families. The KYC also offers an individual mentoring program called Club 121 (one-to-one mentoring). Through Club 121, students
are connected with an adult mentor from the KYC, who helps to facilitate the exploration of short-term and long-term goals. For more
information check us out at www.thekyc.org, call (603) 569-5949, or email info@thekyc.org.’

Summer programs at the Kingswood Youth Center (KYC)! The KYC will offer a full schedule of free programs for high school and
middle school students during summer 2021. The program schedule will be available after June 1. All programs are free, fun, and
include a hot meal! Please contact (603) 569-5949 or info@thekyc.org to inquire and/or check out the schedule at http://thekyc.org/
summer-programs/ following June 1.

                                                                  Want to help beautify Wolfeboro?

         Would you like to work for
      Wolfeboro Parks and Recreation?                          We are looking for people or businesses
                                                               who can volunteer time to help maintain
                We are hiring for                                   flower gardens around town.
              Summer 2021 Season!
                       *Lifeguards                            Contact us at parksdirector@wolfeboronh.us
                 *Water Safety Instructors                                     or 569-5639
                   *Beach Attendants
                     *Gate Keepers
                 *Day Camp Counselors

               Volunteer Positions:                          G.A.L.A. GLOBAL AWARENESS LOCAL ACTION
                 Track and Field Coaches                     Innovative Programs that Empower Sustainability Education, Individual
      For more information visit us online at                Action, and Community Enrichment
      www.wolfeboronh.us/parks-recreation                    contact@galacommunity.org (603) 539-6460
Spring, Summer and Fall 2021 - Town of Wolfeboro NH
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PUBLIC BATHROOMS:                                      PUBLIC BOAT LAUNCH & BOAT TRAILER
TIME: Open 7:00am until 9:00pm in the summer and       PARKING
             7:00am until 5:00pm in the winter.        LOCATIONS:
LOCATIONS: *Chamber of Commerce building               *Dockside- boat trailer parking at Glendon Street parking
on Railroad Avenue (in back).                          lot.
*Dockside bathrooms are open May through mid-October. *Libby Museum-boat trailer parking in Museum parking
*Foss Field Pavilion bathrooms available- schedule TBD lot.
                                                       *Back Bay on Railroad Avenue by the Chamber of
                                                       Commerce building-launching for smaller boats is
                                                       available provided the boat fits under the bridge if going
                                                       out to Lake Winnipesaukee- boat trailer trailer parking on
                                                       Glendon Street.
                                                       *Mast Landing on Center Street- parking for Lake
                                                       Wentworth Island and allows boat trailers.
                                                       Overflow boat trailer parking at Pop Whalen Ice and Arts
                                                       Center in dirt parking lot.

                                                  233 S MAIN ST.
                                               THURSDAYS 12:30-4:30
                                                             FOR CHILDREN
                                                            • Weekly Preschool Story Time Thursdays @ 10:30am
                                                                         (Virtual or In-Person, when safe to do so)
                                                            • Weekly Wednesday Virtual Bedtime Story
                                                                          (posted on Wed. @ 6:00pm)
SPRING & SUMMER HOURS: (Starting May 3)                     • Weekly Toddler Time Tuesdays @ 10:00am
Monday – Thursday, 9:30AM – 8:00PM                                         (In-Person, when safe to do so)
Friday & Saturday, 9:30AM – 5:00PM                          • Monthly Middle/High School Book Chat
603-569-2428 • wolfeborolibrary.org                         • Monthly Elementary School Book Chat
Check the website or call for more information. “Like” us   • Summer Reading Adventure Scavenger Hunt
on Facebook!

• Great selection of books, audiobooks, DVDs, magazines
• Public computers
• Private study and meeting rooms
• 24/7 online access for ebooks, audiobooks, databases
• Free Puzzle Exchange
• Guest Artist Exhibits
• Monthly Book Discussions
• Monthly Genealogy Programs with Lakes Region
• Genealogy Interest Group
                                                                THE FERNALD’S INSTALLING HELEN’S
                                                                     PHOTOGRAPHY DISPLAY.
Spring, Summer and Fall 2021 - Town of Wolfeboro NH
10                                     SPRING EVENTS/PROGRAMS
                                                                   SAFE SITTER BABYSITTING CLASS
                                                                   AGES: 11 and older
                                                                   DATE: Saturday, April 18, 2021
                                                                   TIME: 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM
                                                                   LOCATION: VIRTUAL
                                                                   FEE: $40 includes workbook and completion card.
                                                                   Safe Sitter classes prepare young adolescents to be safe,
                                                                   nurturing babysitters. Students will receive training in areas
                                                                   such as Child Care Essentials and Safety for the Sitter.
                                                                   Enrollment Limited.

WPRD CORNHOLE LEAGUE                                               WOLFEBORO ARBOR DAY CELEBRATION
AGES: 18+                                                          DATE: Friday, May 7
DATE/TIME: Thursdays, 6-8:30PM, April 15- June 17th                Celebrate Arbor Day in Wolfeboro! The Town of Wolfeboro
LOCATION: Pop Whalen Ice & Arts Center                             has been a Tree City USA for the past 38 consecutive years.
FEE: $75 per team                                                  This year we will be celebrate virtually. Stay tuned for up to
This program will be run out of the Pop Whalen Arena (Dont         date information on our facebook page and website.
worry the ice will be gone!) Each team must consist of two
players (teams may have an alternate player). Teams will play      WOLFEBORO BIKE AND WALK DAY
a 3 game series against two teams each week. Games will be         DATE: Friday, May 14
played to 21 points using standard cornhole scoring. There will    Celebrate National Bike and Walk day by joining your fellow
be an8 week regular season and playoffs will be held the last      citizens in walking and biking to work or school! This year
two weeks of the season for teams that qualify. Masks must be      we will cheer you on virtually and share fun facts through our
worn and Covid Protocols will be in place. More information will   website and facebook page.
be provided once you register.
                                                                   STACEY BURNS MEMORIAL VIRTUAL 5K
GRANITE STATE TRACK AND FIELD                                      DATE: May 8- May 27
AGES: 9-14 years old by December 31, 2021                          PRE-REGISTRATION: Register online at
PRACTICES: Thursdays—May 6-June 3, 2021                            https://runsignup.com/Race/NH/Wolfeboro/
TIME: 4:30PM-5:30PM                                                StaceyBurnsMemorialScholarship5kRunWalk.
LOCATION: “The Nick”
FEE: $50 Resident/ $70 Non-Resident
There will not be inperson meets this season. Athletes will
submit best times to NHRPA electronically for a virtual meet.

DATE: April 20- May 29
AGES: 12 and Under
FEE: $75
Registration through Seacoast United at                            THE 45TH ANNUAL GREAT SMITH RIVER CANOE
http://www.seacoastunited.com/clubs/soccer-club/seacoast-          AND KAYAK RACE
united-north-mw-valley/grassroots                                  HAS BEEN CANCELLED FOR 2021.
                                                                   SEE YOU NEXT YEAR!

                                                                   WEBSITES FOR THINGS TO DO IN NH

                                                                   GREAT WATERS MUSIC FESTIVAL
                                                                   Check out their website www.greatwaters.org
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SUMMER DAY CAMP– 6*-8 YEAR OLDS                          SCHEDULE:
*AGE 6 BY SEPTEMBER 30, 2021                             Week 1- June 28- July 2
DATE: Mon.-Fri.—June 28-August 13                        Week 2- July 6– July 9- no camp 7/5
LOCATION: Foss Field/ Community Center (M, T, W, F),     Week 3- July 12- July 16
           Carry Beach (TH)                              Week 4-July 19- July 23
TIME: 9:00AM-3:30PM                                      Week 5- July 26- July 30
FEE: $75 Resident Weekly Rate/$120 Non-Resident Weekly   Week 6-August 2- August 6
         Rate (includes T Shirt)                         Week 7- August 9- August 13

SUMMER DAY CAMP– 9-12 YEAR OLDS                          Summer Camp will look a little different this year.
DATE: Mon.-Fri.— June 28-August 13                       Due to present Covid-19 Guidelines we have limited
LOCATION: Foss Field/Pavilion (M, T, Th, F),             enrollment, because of this registration is limited to
           Carry Beach (W)                               residents and Governor Wentworth Regional School
TIME: 9:00AM-3:30PM                                      District (SAU49) students. We will not be going on
FEE: $75 Resident Weekly Rate/$120 Non-Resident Weekly   field trips. We will still have a beach day. Beach Day
         Rate (includes T Shirt)                         will be depend on which camp you register for. Safety
                                                         protocols will be in place and updated as needed. We
***Please be aware we, this year we will have            will be sending out protocols as we get closer to the
limited enrollment and separate meeting                  start date as we are still months away and guidelines
locations for each camp.***                              could change. Masks maybe required.

                                                         Whether you sign up for 6-8 year old program, 9-12
                                                         year old program, your campers days will be filled with
                                                         tons of fun! Supervised by our trained summer staff,
                                                         attendees take part in different games and activities,
                                                         all designed to make sure everyone has fun in a safe
                                                         environment. Plenty of games, arts and crafts, special
                                                         events and activities to make the campers have a
                                                         summer they will never forget! Activities focus on group
                                                         interaction through problem-solving games, sports,
                                                         projects, beach days, and special events.
     DATE: TBD

                                                          JUNIOR GOLF CAMPS: (Ages 8-14)
       KINGSWOOD ATHLETICS                                It’s a great chance for your child to learn how to play golf
                                                          with lots of fun activities and games. Instruction includes:
      SUMMER CLINICS & CAMPS                              Full Swing, Short Game, Etiquette and how to play the
  BASKETBALL * LACROSSE * SOCCER * FIELD                  game. On Wednesday we will have a 3 hole tournament
   HOCKEY * FOOTBALL * STREET HOCKEY *                    along with Lunch and Prizes.
                 SOFTBALL                                 Monday and Tuesday 9am-12pm, Wednesday 9am-3pm
                                                          DATE: SESSION 1:June 28-30
                                                                  SESSION 2: July 12-14
                                                                  SESSION 3: August 16-18
                                                          Registration through Wolfeboro Parks and Recreation.
13                                    TENNIS

 TENNIS IN THE PARKS- ADULT               Sundays from September
                                                     STAY        13-October 18
                                          18 & Over:
 Learn to play tennis fast!                   We are working    on the plans for this
                                          4:00-5:30    pm program.
                                          (min. 6 - max. 10 players)
 With a safe and social environment,       As soon as we have more information we will
 led by an approved USTA coach,
                                                Middle  online and allow
                                                          School   Tennis registration.
 participants will have fun
                                          40 Buxton Rd Saco, ME
 developing the skills to serve, rally,
                                          Fee: $89
 and play tennis while getting great            Visit our website for all programs...
                                          Register online: www.sacorec.com
 All players in their first session
                                          Saco https://wolfeboro.recdesk.com/
                                               Recreation Contact Information
 receive and keep a new tennis                        Community/Home
                                          Email: parksandrec@sacomaine.org
 racket and a t-shirt!
                                          Phone: 207-283-3139

TENNIS IN THE PARKS                            Saturday fromSTAY  TUNED...

                                               Grades 1-2 (Red Ball)
                                                                       19 - October 24

                                                               am on the plans for this
Led by an approved USTA Net                             are working
                                               (6 min. - 6 max. players)
Generation tennis coach, the program
will focus on developing the skills to         Grades  3-5
                                                As soon   as(Orange
                                                             we haveBall)
                                                                     more information we will
serve, rally and play - so it’s perfect for    10:15 am-11:15 am and allow registration.
                                                     update online
beginners and first-time players. Once         (7 min. - 8 max. players)
the skills are there, participants will play
fun matches with other players in the          Grades 6- 8 (Green Ball)
                                               11:30 am-12:30   pm
                                                      Visit our website for all programs...
                                               (7 min. - 8 max. players)
This program uses modified tennis balls,       Tuck Field Tennis Courts
age-appropriate rackets, court sizes,                https://wolfeboro.recdesk.com/
                                               38 Park Ave, Hampton, NH
and the latest fun and engaging                              Community/Home
activities that help players successfully      Cost: $65
learn and play the game quicker!
                                               Register at https://hamptonrec.recdesk.com/
All players in their first session receive
and keep a new age-appropriate racket,
ball, and Net Generation tee shirt!

Learn more about youth tennis at:

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ICE OUT VIRTUAL PARTY, Friday, April 16, 6:30 – 8:30 PM
Celebrate the coming of spring with NHBM and Charlie Moore the Mad Fisherman at
our VIRTUAL party this year! A fun virtual event featuring a silent and live auction, music
and more. Weekend getaways, sailboat cruises, and more. Pick-up your own dinner at
O’Bistro or Canoe in time to join the party online. Register online at nhbm.org, $25 per

OPENING DAY, Saturday, May 29, 10AM – 4PM
An exciting season begins! Presented by Goodhue Boat Company, “Locally Produced”,
our featured exhibit will highlight the stories of locally made boats, motors, and more.
“Who’s in the Boat: The Sport of Rowing” will dive into the history of the sport, including
the famous Harvard – Yale Regatta in 1852 on Lake Winnipesaukee. It will also look at the evolution of diversity within the
sport. Sponsors also include Eastern Propane, Meredith Village Savings Bank, Stark Creative, and Bank of New Hampshire.

FREE THURSDAYS – Free admission every Thursday.

NEW HAMPSHIRE DAY – Saturday June 19, 10am – 4pm
Free admission to the museum for NH residents with proof of ID.

ADULT/FAMILY BOAT BUILDING, July 10-18, 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM.
In this nine-day session, adults can work individually or as a family team on their own boat. Trained volunteers guide you
through the process to successful completion. Choose between a one-person canoe, a one-person kayak, paddleboard,
Bevin’s Skiff, or Opti Sailboat. Register online. LIMITED space due to COVID restrictions.

LAKE DISCOVERY FAMILY DAY, August 5, (rain date August 12) 10AM – 12 NOON.
A fun day outside at the museum for families with children grades K – 5th. Enjoy activities and arts and crafts projects
centered around boating, water ecology, sailing, aquatic life, and local. Learn the parts of a boat, build a small model boat and
more. Details can be found at NHBM.org under the “Kids & Families” page. Registration is required with a small fee.

YOUTH BOAT BUILDING, August 2 – 13, 9AM - 3PM. Mon - Fri.
This two-week session is for girls and boys ages 12 and up. Students will be taught the safe use of hand and a limited number
of small power tools as well as team building. Trained volunteers assist students throughout the completion of their own boats.
Students can choose from the one-person canoe, one-person kayak or Bevin’s Skiff. A special launching with families is held
on Lake Wentworth to celebrate the completion of the boats. Register online.
Scholarships available to build a canoe based on financial need.

LECTURE & ARTS SERIES – Throughout the season.
This year’s lecture series will be virtual, supported by the NH Humanities. The
lectures are free, but require registration before the event.
The arts series will feature two local artists this summer exhibiting in the Museum.

Virtual Lectures begin at 7pm and fall on Thursdays each month June -
June 24 – A History of Collegiate Rowing – Daniella Garran
July 22 – Women in Crew Racing – Kathy Keeler
August 12 – A Most Beautiful Thing – Arshay Cooper
September 23 – Women’s Voices in Rowing – Hilary Gehman

12th Vintage Race Boat Regatta - September 17 & 18, 8:30 AM – 5 PM
Join us on the Wolfeboro Town Docks on Friday and Saturday for our premiere event of the season. A live exhibition of vintage
race boats! Approximately 40 vintage boats representing various classes of race boats will run group heats on a one-mile
oval-shaped course throughout each day. All are invited to our Friday evening cocktail party and awards dinner on Saturday
night. Ticketed events. Visit nhbm.org for more information.

Please check NHBM.org for up-to-date Information. Should an event be cancelled due to COVID, it will be posted on
the website. You can find us on Facebook and Instagram, too.
                                            COMMUNITY SAILING
ADULT LEARN TO SAIL: SUNFISH                                    YOUTH SAILING
DATE/TIME:                                                      AGES: 10-16 years old-Must pass a swim test
Beginner Session 1: 7/6, 7/7, 7/8, 7/9 M-TH                     Previous sailing experience required for intermediate-
9:00AM-12:00PM                                                  advanced sessions. On the first day of lessons the children
Beginner Session 2: 7/19, 7/20, 7/21, 7/22 M-TH,                will be tested to make sure they are in the right class.
9:00AM-12:00PM                                                  LOCATION: Albee Beach
AGES: 16+ years old- Must pass a swim test                      FEE: $140 Resident / $170 Non-Resident
LOCATION: Albee Beach                                           Led by US Sailing Certified Instructors, participants will learn
FEE: $140 Resident / $170 Non-Resident                          the basics of boat handling, knots, and sailing. Small class
Enrollment limited.                                             size allows for individual instruction for varying abilities. Learn
Our adult learn to sail class is taught on the SunFish, the     to sail on beautiful Lake Wentworth, sing a sea shanty or
                                                                two and make new friends! The Optimist sailing dinghies and
most popular, one-adult sailboat in the world. You will learn
                                                                program support are provided by the New Hampshire Boat
to rig, launch and sail your “own” boat during this course.
Offered in partnership with the NH Boat Museum at Albee
Beach.                                                          DATE/TIME: Mon.-Thurs. 9:00AM-12:00PM
                                                                Beginner            Session 1— July 6– July 9 *(no 7/5 -T-F)
                                                                Beginner            Session 2— July 12– July 15
                                                                Beginner            Session 3— July 19– July 22
                                                                Beginner            Session 4— July 26– July 29
                                                                Beginner            Session 5— August 2– August 5
                                                                Beginner            Session 6— August 9 -August 12
                                                                Beginner            Session 7— August 16 -August 19
                                                                DATE/TIME: Mon.-Thurs. 12:30PM-3:30PM
                                                                Intermediate Session 1— July 6– July 9
                                                                Intermediate Session 2— July 12- July 15
                                                                Intermediate Session 3— August 9– August 12
                                                                DATE/TIME: Mon.-Thurs. 12:30PM-3:30PM
                                                                Advanced Session 1 — July 19– July 22
 **PLEASE BE ADVISED ENROLLMENT IS                              Advanced Session 2 — August 2-August 5
 LIMITED AND COVID-19 GUIDELINES WILL                           Advanced Session 2 — August 16-August 19
 BE FOLLOWED.**                                                 REGISTRATION DEADLINE: One week prior to session

     STAY TUNED...





                                      SWIMMING PROGRAMS
AGES: 4 years old- 16 years old
DATE: Session 1: July 12- July 22, M-TH
         Session 2: July 26- August 5, M-TH
         Session 3: August 9- August 19, M-TH
TIME: Block A- 9:00AM-10:50AM
         Block B- 11:00AM-12:10PM*
         Block C- 12:20PM-1:30PM*
LOCATION: Brewster Beach
FEE: $40 Resident / $55 Non-Resident
Classes are 30 minutes in duration and meet four times per
week Monday-Thursday for two-week sessions. *Offered
during Session 1 and 2 only!
This year participants will register for Session and then the
Time Block they want the class. The class will be scheduled
in that time frame for a half hour class. We will also be
doing a skills test on the first day to make sure we have the
swimmers in the right level. We will then contact you via email
to let you know what time slot your child is in.
For your information, the following is a list of prerequisites
for each level. Children must be able to perform the skills
consistently and without assistance. We will place your child
in the appropriate level after they take the skills test.                        STAY TUNED...
BEGINNER: The beginner program is designed to introduce
young swimmers to the water. Parents are required to remain
at the beach during the lesson.                                   We are waiting for GSSA Meeting for Swim
LEVEL 1: (Shallow water lesson)                                  Team   to see what the plans are for the State
Fully submerge face in water.                                                       Swim Meet.
Front and back float with support.
Kicking on front and back with support.                           As soon as we have more information we will
Enter and exit the water independently.                                update online and allow registration.
LEVEL 2: (Shallow and deep water lesson)
Float on front and back unsupported for 5 seconds
Swim on front 5 yards without assistance                                Visit our website for all programs...
Swim on back 5 yards without assistance                                https://wolfeboro.recdesk.com/
LEVEL 3: (shallow and deep water lesson)                                        Community/Home
Swim the front crawl for 10 yards
Swim the back crawl for 10 yards
Jump into deep water
Bobs in water over the child’s head
LEVEL 4: (Deep water lesson)
Deep water bobs. Standing dive from side of pool
Elementary backstroke for 10 yards. Front & back crawl 25
yards (entire length of pool). Breaststroke & Sidestroke kick
with kickboard. Tread water for 5 minutes
LEVEL 5: (Deep water lesson)
Stroke Refinement (Deep water lesson)
Front & back crawl for 50 yard. Breaststroke & sidestroke for
10 yards. Elementary backstroke for 25 yards                    Check out free programs offered by Wentworth
LEVEL 6: (Deep water lesson)                                    Watershed Association at wentworthwatershed.
Swim continuously 500 yards using any strokes.                  org. Programs are being added and changed to
Backstroke flip turn.                                           account for participant safety. Outdoor activities
Tread water for 5 minutes                                                and virtual events are offered.
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Lakes Region Curling Association
Bringing Medieval Sport to the Lakes Region

The Lakes Region Curling Association offers both Fall
(October-December) and Winter (January-March) curling
leagues, with matches played at Pop Whalen Ice & Arts
Center on Sunday evenings from 5:15 to 7:15.

There’s no equipment to buy, and new members get an
introduction to the basics of the game at a learn-to-curl
session before each season begins. No previous experience
is required.

Players can register singly, with a partner, or as full teams of
four. LRCA organizers will find teams for those who are not
already affiliated.

For both men and women of all ages and athletic abilities,
curling is a sport that combines skill, teamwork, and strategy,
and LRCA matches put a premium on friendly competition,
sportsmanship, and fun.

                                                        DO YOU HAVE A PASSION FOR SNOW SPORTS?

                                                                    LOVE TO SKI OR RIDE?

                                                          WANT TO JOIN THE NATIONAL SKI PATROL?

                                                          READ BELOW IF YOU ANSWERED YES!!!

National Ski Patrol (NSP) members support their area management in preparing the mountain in the morning, rescuing and
caring for injured guests throughout the day, and making sure everyone gets down safely when the mountain closes. Sure
it’s a long, action-packed day, but there’s nothing more rewarding than putting in a hard day’s work while having a good
time and making lifelong friends in the process. Besides, it sure beats sitting in an office cubicle all day!
The Abenaki Ski Patrol and Wolfeboro Parks and Recreation are pleased to host an NSP Outdoor Emergency Care course.
This course is open to National Ski Patrol Candidates. The course runs from July to December and will prepare students
for the certification exam. Students are responsible for National Dues, text/online access, and the exam fee. Seats are
limited. Successful completion does not guarantee patrol membership. For more information, email Abenakiskipatrol@
Program Registration Form
                                  Please fill out all information on this form clearly in black or blue ink.
                            ~~For Fastest Registration, register online at www.wolfeboronh.us/parks-recreation~~

                           **Note: Information must be filled out completely and Fee must accompany form to be considered complete**

First Name:                                                                 Last Name:

Street Address:                                                             City, State, ZIP:
Home Phone:                            Work Phone:                          Cell Phone:
Parent/Guardian #1 Name:               Parent/Guardian #2                   Email: *Essential for Program
                                       Name:                                Communication*:

Gender:                                Date of Birth:                       T-Shirt Size:

School:                                Grade:                               Teacher:

      Please write legibly and fill out all applicable information so you are placed in the appropriate level.
                                            PROGRAM REGISTRATION:
Program:                                   Session:       Level:         Dates:                  Time:              Fee:


                                  Medical Information & Program Waiver
 To help ensure the safety and welfare of all children/adults participating/using in the Town of Wolfeboro Parks
 and Recreation Programs and Facilities, please complete form as part of the registration process. A required
                       Program Waiver Form will be given at the start of each program
In case of emergency, please notify:

Name:                                                   Relationship:                            Phone:
Name:                                                   Relationship:                            Phone:

Medical Information:
   Allergy (describe):
Are there any medical/psychological details we should know about the participant, or that will enable
us to make appropriate accommodations?       yes      no If yes, please explain:

        Drop off this form at Parks and Recreation Offices at Pop Whalen Ice Arena (390 Pine Hill Rd) or mail to:
                                Parks and Recreation, PO Box 629, Wolfeboro, NH 03894
Program Registration Form
                                  Please fill out all information on this form clearly in black or blue ink.
                            ~~For Fastest Registration, register online at www.wolfeboronh.us/parks-recreation~~

                           **Note: Information must be filled out completely and Fee must accompany form to be considered complete**

First Name:                                                                 Last Name:

Street Address:                                                             City, State, ZIP:
Home Phone:                            Work Phone:                          Cell Phone:
Parent/Guardian #1 Name:               Parent/Guardian #2                   Email: *Essential for Program
                                       Name:                                Communication*:

Gender:                                Date of Birth:                       T-Shirt Size:

School:                                Grade:                               Teacher:

      Please write legibly and fill out all applicable information so you are placed in the appropriate level.
                                            PROGRAM REGISTRATION:
Program:                                   Session:       Level:         Dates:                  Time:              Fee:


                                  Medical Information & Program Waiver
 To help ensure the safety and welfare of all children/adults participating/using in the Town of Wolfeboro Parks
 and Recreation Programs and Facilities, please complete form as part of the registration process. A required
                       Program Waiver Form will be given at the start of each program
In case of emergency, please notify:

Name:                                                   Relationship:                            Phone:
Name:                                                   Relationship:                            Phone:

Medical Information:
   Allergy (describe):
Are there any medical/psychological details we should know about the participant, or that will enable
us to make appropriate accommodations?       yes      no If yes, please explain:

        Drop off this form at Parks and Recreation Offices at Pop Whalen Ice Arena (390 Pine Hill Rd) or mail to:
                                Parks and Recreation, PO Box 629, Wolfeboro, NH 03894
CONTACTS                                                      21

Abenaki Youth Lacrosse                  Abenaki Water Ski Club
http://abenakilacrosse.com              http://www.awsaeast.org/competition-ski-sites-clubs/wolfeboro-nh

Kingswood Cal Ripken Baseball

                    Boy Scouts/Cub Scouts                        Girls Scouts
                    http://nhscouting.org                        https://www.girlscoutsgwm.org

                    Governor Wentworth Art Council

                    Wolfeboro Rotary Club
                                                                 Ladies of the Lake Quilters Guild
                    Wolfeboro Garden Club

                    Wolfeboro Lions Club

         Wolfeboro Town Offices
          Emergency Services
                                                                     Wolfeboro Public Schools

                                                            Carpenter School                569-3457

                                                            Crescent Lake School            569-0223

      569-1400               569-1444                       Kingswood Middle School         569-3689
 Billing & Collections:       569-3902
 Building/ Code Dept:         569-5970                      Kingswood High School           569-2055
 Chamber of Commerce:         569-2200
 Public Works:                566-8176
 Electric Department:         569-6975
 Health Officer:              569-5970
 Planning & Development:      569-5970
 Tax Collector:               569-3902                                      Preschools
 Town Clerk:                  569-5328
 Town Manager:                569-8161                      The Children Center             569-1027
 Water & Sewer:               569-8155                      Wolfeboro Nursery School        569-4454
 Welfare:                     569-8151
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usually offer. Because of Covid-19 some restrictions are
providing challenges on programs we have been running
                    for over 25 years.

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