Warren Parks & Recreation
7 Sackett Hill Road, Warren
(Old Town Hall)
Don Murphy
860-868-7881 ext. 113
As always, if you have an idea or comment about
a program, please call the office at 860-868-7881 ext. 113

Office hours are on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.
Additional information about our programs can be found
on the town website at www.warrenct.org

To register for our trips, please use the  generic

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BUS TRIPS OPEN TO ALL
The Warren Parks and Recreation Department is pleased to announce
our 2017 Trip Schedule. We have received a tremendous response from
the community regarding trips and as always welcome suggestions for
additional trips and programs. Additional and updated information can
 be found in the Parks and Recreation Trips section
on the Warren Town website at www.warrenct.org
For more information, please contact
Warren Parks and Recreation
at 860-868-7881 ext 113


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Warren Historical Society Scholarship
WARREN HISTORICAL SOCIETY AWARDS
SCHOLARSHIPS TO WARREN SCHOOL ALUMNI
In keeping with its mission to celebrate
 and preserve the town of Warren's history.

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Baseball Game Schedule
Tickets for the listed games will move quickly
as our games in the past have always sold out.
For more information, please contact
Warren Parks and Recreation
at 860-868-7881 ext 113


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Warren Food Bank
Open 1st & 3rd Tuesdays
10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Warren Community Center
Warren residents should contact Leah Pullaro
860-868-7881 ext. 114. for more information.

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VNA Northwest
Monthly Blood Pressure Check
Tuesday, April 4  ~ 11:45 a.m.
Warren Town Hall

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Cubs vs Red Sox
 Saturday, April 29, 2017
 4:05 p.m. game time
@  Fenway Park
The Chicago Cubs, 2016 World Champions
play the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park.
Seats in grandstand Sections 7 and 8.
Your ticket INCLUDES a buffet lunch at the CHAMPIONS CLUB
 from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. prior to game time.
For more information, please contact
Warren Parks and Recreation
at 860-868-7881 ext 113

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Manhattan's High Line & Chelsea Market
 and Whitney Museum
Sunday, May 21, 2017
New York City
Enjoy a leisurely stroll or have a sit in this most unique park in New York City!
The High Line is a 1.45 mile linear park built on an elevated section of a
disused N.Y. Central Railroad spur, the old West Side Line.

Nearby Chelsea Market is one of the greatest indoor food halls of the world.
Take advantage of the option to visit the spectacular new Whitney Museum
at the end of the High Line at Gansevoort Street.
For more information, please contact
Warren Parks and Recreation
at 860-868-7881 ext 113

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Sail Boston
Sunday, June 18, 2017
Boston Harbor, Boston
We'll enjoy a tour of the Boston Harbor aboard
The Provincetown II viewing all of the Tall Ships from the water.  
Free time to explore the ships in the Harbor along with fine food and
shopping opportunities at Faneuil Hall Marketplace (Quincy Market).
Cost: $85.00 per person
For more information, please contact
Warren Parks and Recreation
at 860-868-7881 ext 113

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Lady Liberty Lunch Cruise
 Thursday, July 13, 2017
New York
Come aboard a luxury yacht to enjoy a grand lunch and dessert
buffet while cruising among New York Harbor's iconic landmarks:
Lady Liberty, Ellis Island and the Brooklyn Bridge.
Only $95 per person including round trip
coach service to the embarkation pier.
For more information, please contact
Warren Parks and Recreation
at 860-868-7881 ext 113

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Warren Town Beach
Seasonal Employment Opportunity
Certified Lifeguards and Gate Guards are needed
for Warren Town Beach for Summer 2017.
All guards must be certified.
If interested the Parks and Recreation Department
will explain the process of becoming certified.
APPLICATION ~ CLICK HERE
For more information, please contact
Warren Parks and Recreation
at 860-868-7881 ext 113

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Warren Gentle Yoga
Fridays, 9:00-10:00 a.m.
@ Warren Public Library
- Classes will begin Friday, January 6, 2017
All classes will be on Friday.
- Classes will be at 9:00 A.M. for one hour.
- There will be a total of 7 classes.
The first class willbe free to introduce participants
to yoga and evaluatethe abilities of the class.
- The six class fee is $78.00, a small portion going to
the Warren Public Library.
The class is taught by Jody Cohen, Warren resident.
Jody is a certified trained instructor.
Please sign up at www.warrenctlibrary.org.
Any questions please contact us at the library
860-868-2195

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Winter Fitness Classes
with Carla
more information please contact Carla

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Karate - Fridays
for more information please contact
Frannie Caco at 860-868-5031 or

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Shoeshoeing
We are planning to have some set days for snowshoeing at Warren Woods.
If interested, please contact the Park and Recreation office
at 860-868-7881 ext 113 or via email at parkrecdirector@warrenct.org
Dave Schneiderbeck from the Warren Parks
and Recreation Commission will lead the group.

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Ice Skating
Washington Parks & Recreation
at the Gunnery

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After School Ski Program
Ski or snow board lessons
For information, please contact the Warren Parks
and Recreation office at 860-868-7881 ext 113

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Wearable Warren - Sweatshirts
We've had a great response to our Wearable Warren
 initiative and want to thank you for the support.
Please call the Park and Recreation Office
at 860-868-7881 ext.113
LEARN MORE about sweatshirts
LEARN MORE about long sleeve t shirts

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"Its not everyday that you plant a tree especially an
eighteen foot tree but that's exactly what we did!"
In its continuing effort to improve the Warren Town Beach
the Parks and Recreation Department planted an
18' SWEETGUM Tree  (Liquidambar Styraciflua).  
The tree planting was done by Ken Kelly and Brain Capuano from the
 Warren Public Works Department along with Kit Lunberg
 from the Parks and Recreation Commission.
The tree was purchased from Twin Oaks Nursery in Woodbury, CT.
As the tree matures, it will provide valuable
shade for the public during the summer months.
It's a great example of being proactive in trying to protect
the beautiful resource that so many town residents enjoy!