Welcome to the Old Town Recreation Huddle, the place where we can keep you informed about highlights, upcoming programs, and exciting events here at the Old Town Recreation Center.

We have had a very productive fall here at the Old Town Rec. Our float finished in third place for “best decorated float” in the 2018 RiverFest parade. We had another successful Fall Baseball season with help of many generous volunteers and parents.

Thanks to all who help continue to grow the Eastern Maine Fall Baseball League. For those who don’t know, the EMFBL is a league ran by the OTRec providing baseball for kids ages 8-14. Congratulations to our very own Maine Sting for claiming the 46/60 Division championship!

We also wanted to take the time to thank those that came out to our 2nd Annual Haunted Forest back in October. Your continued support allows us to do great things for the community of Old Town, and supports our efforts of providing year-round programming for youth in the communities that we serve.

We also had our 4th Annual Turkey Bowl Adult Flag Football Tournament. Congratulations to the Avengers for their fourth championship. Thank you to those teams that came out and played!

Our Winter Programs are off to a great start! Travel Basketball, In-House Rec League, and Fencing, and new this winter, Youth Floor Hockey are just some of the programs that we are offering. We will also be offering new programs in the new year.

We have already released our 2019 Summer Track registrations in hopes of helping those that want to save on their USATF memberships for 2019. As always, check back on our website for updates throughout the fall.

In closing, please know that here at the Old Town Recreation Center, we feel your time is valuable and we will make every attempt to give you and your family our full attention during your time with us. Please visit our website (www.oldtownrec.com) or give us a call at 207-827-3961, to find out about programs or ways that we can help!

Thank you for considering us for your recreational, educational, and community-oriented needs AND remember…it’s important to always find time to “take a break, and REC-reate”!


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