Category: Youth Services

Farm Day at Samuel Smith Farmstead

The event is Sunday, July 19th from 10:00AM to 3:00PM. Bring the kids or grandkids to see sheep, oxen and chickens that were used to provide food, fiber and fertilizer on the farm. Learn what life and work was like… Read more >

Parks and Recreation Update

The East Lyme Parks and Recreation Commission at their regularly scheduled meeting on June 11, 2020 made the following policy adjustments for entrance to Town of East Lyme Beaches (McCook Point Park, Hole in the Wall, Niantic Bay Beach @… Read more >

Park and Recreation Summer Camp: Canceled

Please see the attached letter regarding the cancelation of our Summer Camp for this year. If you have any questions you may call the parks and recreation office at 860-739-5828.

Social Distancing in our parks (Updated 3/30)

COVID-19 Parks and Recreation Update as of 3/30/2020  Dear Parks and Recreation Friends, Participants and Neighbors,             We are certainly in some challenging and uncharted waters as far the impact the Coronavirus has had on our… Read more >

Parks and Recreation COVID-19 update

Dear Parks and Recreation Friends, Participants and Neighbors, We are certainly in some challenging and uncharted waters as far the impact the Coronavirus has had on our daily lives.  The Parks and Recreation Department will continue to work with our… Read more >

Niantic Fire Engine

Touch a Truck 2020 – Save the Date

On Saturday, September 26, 2020, the Thames West Auxiliary of Child and Family Agency of Southeastern Connecticut and the East Lyme Parks & Recreation Department will co-sponsor our Thirteenth Annual Touch A Truck. This family event will take place from… Read more >

COVID-19

Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

Announcements 06/18 COVID-19 FAQ 06/18 How do I get tested? 06/18 Official Guidelines from the State of Connecticut 06/17 Latest Guidance from the State of Connecticut 05/20 ReOpen CT Sector Rules 05/20 ReOpen CT Complaint Form 04/09 COVID-19 Work from… Read more >

Be a Volunteer!

Whether you are new in town or a lifelong resident, volunteering is good for both you and your town. According to Psychology Today magazine, volunteers are happier and healthier than non-volunteers. In fact, during later life, volunteering is even more… Read more >