July 25, 2017

Recreation and Parks

Instructors wanted

The Recreation Department is looking for instructors for the fall/winter session of program offerings. We have begun work on the Fall/Winter Program Guide, which will be distributed in mid-August, and we are looking for people who have an interesting, fun, educational or fitness-related program to offer. If you would like to be considered as an instructor and offer a program, please visit willistonrec.org, print off the instructor proposal and return it to the recreation department at 7900 Williston Road by July 17.

July Fourth t-shirts

Get yours before they are gone. 2017 July Fourth t-shirts are still available for $10 each. They are sold at the recreation department office Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Ladies, youth and unisex sizes are available.

Great Escape discount tickets

Day tickets and parking passes to the Great Escape in New Yark are on sale at the town clerk’s office. Tickets are $40 each. The regular price is $58.99. A Parking Pass is $18, and the regular price is $20. Tickets can be purchased Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Get your tickets before you go to save money and avoid waiting in line.

Summer camps

There is still time to register.Registration closes on the Thursday before each start date of a camp or session. Visit willistonrec.org for camps that are still available. Registration closes Thursdays at midnight online and at 4:30 p.m. in the recreation department office.

tiny tennis

This program is designed to introduce young children to the game of tennis. This is a child/parent program — a parent is required to be active. Players learn with scaled-down rackets, nets and balls. Colorful props are used to promote enjoyment in a non-competitive atmosphere. Ila Sewall from GymKids Academy is the instructor. Program is Monday through Friday, Aug. 14-18, $47. Ages 3-5, 5:30-6:15 p.m. Ages 5-8, 6:30-7:15 p.m.


  1. tcoletta says:

    almost 3 decades ago when williston started it’s development review process the public works section was pushing for a wider roadway typical for residential streets. The town adopted 30 ft widths vs 24ft. That’s 6/24 (30%) additional impervious area and runoff that needs to treated before flowing into ALLEN BROOK. The town and selectboard have indicated a lack of interest to reach out and help communties like mine that have had expired stormwater permits for more then a decade. Its always been a wait and see, well I see where this headed now.

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