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To register online, please visit LebanonNH.gov/Register to create a new account or login using Facebook, Google, or email. Once you are logged in, you can choose the activity you are interested in, select the member of your household, check out, or continue browsing. Check out the guide.
If you are a performer looking to book a performance for our Summer Concert Series, please send an email to Krissy Flythe with the series you are interested in the subject line, and a contact number, website to listen to your music, and your fee range in the body of the message. If you aren't online, you can send a promo kit to the Recreation and Parks Department office.
If you are interested in a job at Camp Kaleidoscope, please contact the Recreation and Parks Department.
For more information about Camp Kaleidoscope, please visit LebanonNH.gov/CampK.
For information on becoming a vendor at the Lebanon Farmers Market, please visit the LebanonFarmersMarket.org where you will find applications for new and returning vendors as well as application deadline information.
If you have ideas for new programs, please contact the Recreation & Parks Department and speak with Paul, Rick, or Krissy. For senior programs you can speak with Krissy Flythe. For 18+ programs you can speak with Paul Coats. For 18+ sports programs you can speak with Rick Desharnais.
If you are interested in volunteering to lead a youth program, please contact the Recreation & Parks Department at 603-448-5121. For question regarding leading programs and special events, please contact Krissy Flythe.
Romp and Stomp is for children ages 2 - 4, where they can join us for a mixture of movement exploration, finger play, music activities, parachute games and more. It is a great opportunity for group interaction and socialization.Parent participation helps children enjoy this fun-filled activity period. Participants may register for both Fall and Winter sessions at the same time. Space is limited so please register early! See our Romp & Stomp page for complete details.
The Shamrock Shuffle is a 5k running race where all money raised benefits programs and parks you'll want to visit. There is also a 1 mile fun run just before the race. Learn more about the race at Shamrock5K.com.
Lebanon Recreation and Parks offers a variety of sports and camps throughout the year. You can learn more by reviewing our program guides which we publish twice a year for spring/summer and fall/winter programs. These program guides are always posted on our Program Guide page and are distributed in all Lebanon District schools.
Learn about the various camps that are offered and what it means to be a host family on the Challenger Sports website.
Lebanon Recreation & Parks does not run youth baseball, it is run by the Lebanon Youth Baseball Association. We do have printed information in our office and will collect registration forms prior to their deadline. Please visit LebanonYouthBaseball.com for complete details.
Lebanon Recreation & Parks will contact you if there is a cancellation. Primary contact will be via email and posting will be placed on our cancellation page, Facebook, Twitter, and League Lineup. If you need a phone call for cancellations, please be sure to specify that when signing up. We do have text message alerts for sports cancellations.
You can sign up for the Upper Valley Running Club with Lebanon Recreation & Parks Department. Learn more about the running club and races.
If you are interested in volunteering to coach a sport, please contact the Recreation & Parks Department at 603-448-5121. If you are interested in coaching a specific sport, please contact Rick Desharnais.
Lebanon Recreation and Parks Department maintains two "skate at your own risk" ice rinks at Pat Walsh Park - one for open skating and one for hockey. Features of the rink is that there is seating, and it is lit up at night. We are always striving to make good ice. Relay questions about the rink to
Per City Code, Chapter 18, Animals, Article I Dogs and Other Animals, Section 18-3, Restraint.
[Amended 7-21-1999]Also see, "Does the City of Lebanon have an animal control department?"