Youth & Family Programs

  1. Youth Programs
  2. Family Programs

 All Windham Parks & Recreation youth programs may not be listed below. Visit our website to register or to see new, updated and current programs.

Here is a sample of some of the programs and offerings from Windham Parks & Recreation. Not all of these are currently running. To find the most up-to-date current program information, please visit:

Toddler & Preschool Programs

  • Kiddie Gym: Indoor fun for ages 5 and under from November through April, offered on a drop-in basis at Town Hall Gym.
  • Creative Kiddie Craft Time: Join us every other month for craft projects for children ages 2-5 and their caregivers, with all supplies provided. Pre-registration required.

After School Programs

  • Mad Science: Hands-on science and STEM learning built around a variety of fun themes. Sessions are typically 6 or 8 weeks, pre-registration required.
  • After School Yoga: 5- and 6-week sessions focus on learning about yoga, relaxation, mindfulness, and more in a fun, exploratory way.
  • Volunteer & Visit the Animal Shelter: Participants will have the opportunity to perform volunteer tasks and visit with animals at the Animal Refuge League, as well as participate in educational programming.


  • Summer Track & Field: ages 5-14. Twice-weekly practices, with weekly local and regional meets. Runs June through August.
  • Tennis in the Parks: 6-week sessions offered throughout the year. This program focuses on developing the skills to serve, rally and play - so it’s perfect for beginners.

Summer Camps & School Vacations

  • Summer Day Camp for Grades 1-8: Join us for 7 weeks of fun at one of our 3 camps. Campers experience a variety of activities including field trips, special events, arts and crafts, sports and games, and more. Registration opens the last Monday in March and runs through late May.
  • Early Release Days: In partnership with Be The Influence Coalition, we offer a variety of activities for students in grades 6-8 on days when school is dismissed at 10:00am.
  • Vacation Day Outings: Day trips during school vacation with parks and recreation staff. Past destinations include Spare Time Bowling, Seacoast Adventure snow tubing, roller skating, and more.
  • Tennis Camp: Week-long day camp held every July in cooperation with our friends at St. Peter's Grand Slam Tennis.
  • Paddling Camp: Week-long day camp held every August in cooperation with our friends at Sebago Trails Paddling Company.

Other Youth Enrichment Programs

  • North Pole Hotline: The Santa Hotline is an opportunity for preschoolers through 3rd graders to receive a personal phone call from Santa Claus through a special “hotline” connected to the North Pole. Registration runs from early November through early December.
  • American Red Cross Babysitting: Designed to give new babysitters the skills necessary to care for children of all ages.
  • Summer Enrichment: Programs in addition to day camp will be offered throughout the summer, including one-time excursions or weekly activities. Past enrichment programs have included swimming lessons, horsemanship, and movement workshops.

 All Windham Parks & Recreation youth programs may not be listed above. Don't forget to visit our website to see new, updated, and current programs.