Recreation Department

Scott Blewitt
Northwood Town Hall
818 First NH Turnpike
Northwood, NH 03261


About

It is the mission of the Northwood Recreation Department to create recreational opportunities for growth and enhancement by developing an array of diverse, affordable programs and events that promote community service and environmental awareness while meeting the physical, mental, social, and psychological needs of our community.

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Northwood Adopt-A-Spot Program

Northwood Parks & Recreation Department

Adopt-A-Spot Program gives citizens, non-profits, businesses, and other organizations the opportunity to show pride in our community.

This program reduces litter along roadways and park systems

Builds community support for anti-litter and roadway beautification programs

Educates the public about proper disposal of litter

Enhances the environment and beautifies Northwood beaches, parks and roadsides

Offers groups a project that gives its members the satisfaction of making a contribution to their community. At the same time, it generates publicity for the group’s service activities.

Adopt-a-Spot volunteers will spruce up designated areas throughout the town by removing litter and debris, controlling weeds, planting trees and other plants, mulching, and identifying and eliminating hazards.

For more information on who can participate, where to adopt and how to apply please contact Scott Blewitt, Recreation Director at sblewitt@town.northwood.nh.us

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Northwood Parks & Recreation

"Archery lessons" registration is now open!

2 levels to choose from - Beginner Level & Next Level Beginner

Classes start Sept 7th - limited to 12 students per class - Register ASAP!

open to all ages 8-98

Click below

https://northwood.recdesk.com/Community/Program

Scott Blewitt, Recreation Director - sblewitt@town.northwood.nh.us

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Northwood Parks & Recreation Department

Community Cook-out & Silent Auction

Saturday, September 17th 5-7pm

You are invited! to the 1st Community Cook-out & Silent Auction to benefit Northwood Recreation Department. This event will be held at the Lantern Lights Camp located at 292 Blakes Hill road, Northwood, NH and is the perfect opportunity to gather as a community, make new friends, support a great cause and enjoy an evening together at the Camp!

Menu will be "Camp themed": Hamburgers, hot dogs, baked beans, potato salad, coleslaw, chips, etc. Bug juice, and a special dessert! (menu will be finalized as event gets closer)

Perfect for all ages!!

Local Businesses - We are seeking Silent Auction Items!

Please contact Scott Blewitt, Recreation Director for details

sblewitt@town.northwood.nh.us

register here:

https://northwood.recdesk.com/Community/Program

All proceeds will benefit Northwood Parks & Recreation programs & facilities. Volunteers are needed to assist with this event

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Nothing says spring like colorful tulips and daffodils blooming after a grey winter. Tulips and daffodils are some of the most recognizable spring flowers, but there are many more to choose from in our Fall Flower Bulb Fundraiser.

Northwood Parks & Recreation

Fall Flower Bulb Fundraiser

click link below to order

https://threeriversfundraising.com/fundraiser/nwrec-f22

Deadline to place your order is Sept 28th

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Northwood Parks & Recreation

presents

"Trip to the Fryeburg Fair"

Open to all ages 55+

$40 per person - includes Coach Bus transportation & Entry to Fair

Tuesday, Oct 4th - Leaving Northwood Town Hall @ 8am and returning @ 6:30pm

Register Here - https://northwood.recdesk.com/Community/Program/Detail?programId=64

Only 54 spots available, Register ASAP!

Schedule of Events - https://cdn.saffire.com/files.ashx?t=fg&rid=FryeburgFair&f=Brochure-Official_2022-Edited.pdf

Questions - Contact Scott Blewitt, Recreation Director - sblewitt@town.northwood.nh.us


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Participant Registration

Most programs have a minimum number of participants needed in order for the program to run.  Please register early to help avoid program cancellations. 

How to Register

Download the registration form from the Files&Document tab above, print, complete, and return to the Recreation Department with a check payable to “Town of Northwood”. 

Three ways to return forms:

  1. Mail forms to Recreation Department, 818 First NH Turnpike, Northwood, NH 03261
  2. Drop forms off at the Town Hall in the main office, Monday - Thursday, 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM. 
  3. Drop forms in the drop box in front of the Town Hall before or after work hours.   

Photo Policy

We may take photographs and/or video of program participants for our marketing purposes only.  If you do not want your child to be photographed please note this on you Registration Form.

Returned Check Policy

A $30.00 processing charge will be assessed for any checks returned by your bank as not payable.

Recreation Scholarships

The Northwood Recreation Department tries to keep it’s program fees at an affordable level.  If you have an unusual family financial situation that limits participation due to the fee, please fill out the Scholarship Form.  Scholarships are available for many (but not all) youth programs.  Scholarships are not available to non-residents or for adult programs.

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