Dish, dine and wine Wilmington Recreation presents a Dish, dine and wine pottery class on Friday, Aug. 17, 6:30-9 p.m., at the Magic Brush Studio. Head to the studio for a fun evening while painting a realistic-looking slice of fruit on a plate. Cost is $28. For more information or to register stop by room 8 in Town Hall, call 978-658-4270, or go to www.wilmingtonma.gov[1].

Lowell Spinners Ticket Sales Sunday, Aug. 26, 5:05 p.m., versus the Connecticut Tigers, at LeLacheur Park in Lowell. Cost is $10, Premium Box Seats, Section 118. The Recreation Department has premium box tickets for the always-entertaining Lowell Spinners, minor league affiliate of the Boston Red Sox.

Provincetown Dune Tour Saturday, Sept. 8. Cost is $90 per person. Join Wilmington Recreation for a narrated 75-minute jeep/van tour of the historic sand dunes on the Provincetown Cape Cod National Seashore. Enjoy a luncheon at the Whitman House in Truro followed by free time in Provincetown to browse the quaint shops and boutiques. En route home, stop in Truro for a tour of historic Highland Light. Add motorcoach transportation, tour escort, light snacks during your travel to and from the Cape and you have a wonderful trip to cap off the summer.

At home alone Wednesday, Aug. 22, 4-6 p.m., Town Hall auditorium. Cost is $18. In this two-hour class the instructor will discuss topics designed to prepare children entering grades 4 6 to remain home alone. Discussions will include such topics as how to handle knocks and rings, and who to call in an emergency. The cost for this class is $18. This class may be an ideal way to begin this discussion in your home.

Saratoga Springs trip Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 25-26. Cost is $275 per person, double occupancy. Its off to the races at the beautiful Saratoga Race Course. Saturday morning travel by motorcoach to New York, where the day begins with a guided tour of Saratoga Springs. This afternoon, check in to the elegant Queensbury Hotel in Glens Falls. This evening travel to Lake George for a dinner cruise aboard the Lac du Saint Sacrement steamship. On Sunday, visit Haven Oaks Horse Farm to learn about the raising and training of these incredible racehorses. Then its off to your reserved grandstand seat at the Saratoga Race Course to enjoy the thrill of thoroughbred racing at its finest.

Summer newsletter Its that time again. The Recreation Department’s summer edition of Recreation Matters is hot off the presses. Check out our current listing of summer and fall programs, tickets and trips. The newsletter is available at the Wilmington Memorial Library, the Buzzell Senior Center and in the Recreation Department in Town Hall, Room 8. If you prefer to read it online, go to www.wilmingtonma.gov[2]. Once there, click on the Recreation prompt to open the Recreation Departments webpage. This site has multiple links that will allow you to easily browse through our offerings. While there, click on Subscribe to E-Alerts to receive an e-mail each time we update our newsletter. Sign up for Recreation News today.

 

E-mail alerts The town of Wilmingtons new website allows residents to subscribe to e-mail alerts.  With this new feature, town departments can generate an e-mail to notify residents of upcoming meetings, urgent news or program updates. To register, go to the town website at www.wilmingtonma.gov[3]. Click on Subscribe to E-Alerts to enroll. While there, visit the Recreation page and check out all the Recreation Department has to offer. For those waiting for the next edition of Recreation Matters, the Recreation Departments quarterly newsletter, select Recreation News to receive an e-mail when the website is updated and a new edition of the newsletter has been posted. Recreation Matters is updated in February, May and August. Sign up today so you dont miss a thing.

General information Pre-registration is required for all programs except community events. Forms of payment accepted are cash and checks. You can register for these or other programs in person at Wilmington Town Hall, 121 Glen Rd., Room 8, Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. For your convenience, you can also register by mail or use the Payment Drop Off slot outside the front door of Town Hall. Forms and additional information are available on the website, www.wilmingtonma.gov[4].

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