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Granite state track & Field

You must be 8 years old to join track and field. To compete in races you need to be 9 by the end of the year.

Pre-k Tee Ball

Tee Ball will start at the end of April when the the fields are dry.

Learn to Crochet

Come to Being Kool on Monday Jan 30th from 5:30 to 6:30. For ages 14 and up. You don't need to bring anything, we will have extra crochet hooks and yarn but you are more than welcome to bring your own if you would like.  A fun night out to learn something new.

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Thank you for your donation

3rd Annual Ice fishing derby

March 4th 7am to 2pm on club pond. (Farmington fishing game club) Chili cook off at 12pm.

Cribbage

Tuesday @ 12:30pm in the Community room behind the fire station.

Free program for adults. Small donation for light snacks and coffee being provided.

Walking Group

Tuesday morning we have walking group at 9am. Meet at the town hall.

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Thank you for your donation

Thank you for your donation

Thank you for your donation

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New Durham Parks & Recreation Department

The Parks & Recreation Department develops and manages a system of public recreation for all citizens of The Town of New Durham. Duties include managing and maintaining public facilities including the ballfields and town beach, organizing and supervising athletic programs and planning community activities. Additionally, Parks & Recreation works alongside other town departments, boards, organizations and individuals to provide community events and fundraising endeavors to support and improve the quality of life of New Durham residents. The Department strives to provide meaningful and impactful programming for participants young to senior, focusing on areas of local interest and need. 

Celeste Chasse

Celeste Chasse

Parks and Rec director

Phone: 603-859-2091

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