Recreation Programs

October Program Guide




The October Guide has been released!

This new SCARY special guide keeps you up to date on all the new programs and events we will be hosting over the month of October. Check it out! 

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Our September guide is here! 

In this guide you can find information on the following:

-Middleton Youth Center " Back to School Drive"

-One Day programs

-Fall Programs

-Scholarship Donation information

-Park information

and more!

Theatre Premiere Post

Click the image to view the playbill for The Roman Comedies - Mostellaria (A Haunted House), Trinummus (A Three Dollar Day) and Aulularia (A Pot of Gold). The cast and crew are so excited to share their productions with their friends, family and community!

For more information on how we plan to run our programs as well as guidelines that we will follow, and expect participants to follow, click the image below. We look forward to participating in fun and safe programs with you!
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Register Online


Step One: Click on the guide above to see the programs and events we will be hosting. The rec desk code will be provided next to the description of the programs you are interested in!  

Step Two: Click on the rec desk icon below to register.  All registrations must be completed online until our in-person office hours resume. 

COVID-19 updates:


We were able to hold many fun and safe programs this summer. As we move forward, make sure that you stay in touch with our social media platforms as we inform the community about virtual and in person programs coming this fall. We may need to cancel, postpone, or modify program offerings based on health orders that are in place at the time of the program. If we cancel the program due to COVID-19, we will refund you.




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(click logo to be connected to RecDesk)

We strongly encourage you to create an account online PRIOR to in-house or mail-in registration. It is FREE to create an account.


How-to-Guide for Online Program Registration

Overview


We aim to provide educational opportunities to the community to promote a healthy and active lifestyle through recreational programming. Programs include a variety of indoor and outdoor recreational opportunities for all ages; including indoor and outdoor sports, enrichment classes, environmental events, health & fitness and more. The program guides are mailed to residents three times a year (Summer, Fall, Winter/Spring) and is available online and in the Recreation Office. We offer online, in-person, and mail-in registration.


Department Hotline & Updates


If you are wondering if your program is cancelled, if a trail is closed for maintenance, etc. We now have a hotline! Please call 608-821-8357 for the most up-to-date information. This line does not take messages and is only updated when there has been an update from the department.

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Due to the increase in concern for concussions in youth sports, there is now a Wisconsin Concussion Law. Our department requires all participants to review the
Concussion Agreement and Information prior to registering for programs. Our participant safety is our number one concern!


Middleton Baseball and Softball Commission

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For information regarding the Middleton Baseball and Softball Commission, please visit:
www.mbscwi.com