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Recreation Worcester

Recreation Worcester

Recreation Worcester is a free year-round out-of-school time program run by the City of Worcester. Through after-school programs, students will engage with program staff and community partners in enriching, athletic, artistic and academic programming. By enhancing these community partnerships through programming, Recreation Worcester aims to develop linkages between youth and community leaders through mentorship.

The Recreation Worcester program is run out of the City's Youth Opportunities Office. The Program Director oversees 2 Assistant Directors who each manage 7 sites. Each Recreation Worcester site will have a minimum of 5 staff assigned to implement programming. Sites will have a lead staff person, an administrative person and 3 program facilitators.

Food will be provided to all youths that participate in the Recreation Worcester Program. Food will be served as the students are leaving the first session and joining the next session. The food is provided by the Worcester Public Schools.

Transportation will not be provided by Recreation Worcester. Parents will have the option to select whether their child walks home or is picked up.

Notice: Summer programming will begin on Wednesday, July 5th.

Programs will be offered at the following sites:

Sites
Beaver Brook Park
9 Mann Street
Burncoat Playground
526 Burncoat Street
East Park
180 Shrewsbury Street
Grant Square
21 Northampton Street
Greenwood Park
14 Forsberg Street
Indian Hill Park
165 Ararat Street
Lake Park
281 Lake Avenue
Logan Field
539 Mill Street
University Park
965 Main Street
Vernon Hill Park
43 Ames Street

Recreation Worcester Site Map

 

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