Robert Shields, Director
401-568-6206, ext. 224
The Recreation Department will conduct interviews for several seasonal part-time positions in early May. Positions include: Lifeguards, Water Safety Instructors, Arts & Crafts Coordinator/Instructor, Recreation Aides, Water Aides, Tennis Instructors and Assistants, Park Maintenance and Parking Lot Attendants. If you are interested, you must fill out a job application. Applications and job descriptions will be available in the Recreation Office at the Town Hall on May 1, 2021, or you may apply online.
FARMERS MARKET VOUCHERS
Farmers Market Vouchers are available for pick up during the month of July on Monday, Wednesday and Friday between the hoursof 9:15am-10:30am and then in the afternoon from 1:30pm-2:15pm. You must wear a mask and practice social distancing.
Please use the proxy form below which also has the guidelines for requirements and would need to be completed if someone were looking to receive coupons on behalf of another.
NOTICE FROM THE RECREATION DEPARTMENT POSTED AUG 14, 2019
While both Marion Irons and Spring Grove beach areas have passed all water quality test this summer, Cyanobacteria, commonly known as blue-green algae, has been found in neighboring communities.
Glocester beach fronts will continued to be monitored, but please be aware of the following information provided from RI DEM:
Blooms of cyanobacteria generally occur in late summer into the early fall when water temperatures are warmest and an abundance of sunlight and nutrients are available. There are no visual properties of a cyanobacteria bloom that indicate the algae are producing toxins. Cyanobacteria blooms generally have the following properties:
- Blooms are generally bright green or blue-green in color, but may be brown, red or purple.
- Water may look like thick pea soup and foam may create shoreline scums.
- The water can also look cloudy with a green tint.
- A slick film or colored streaks may cover the surface of the water like spilled paint.
- The color of the bloom may give clues to the type of algae, but confirmation of cyanobacteria can only be completed by a microscope.
For additional information, please feel free to call the Recreation Department at 401.568.6206.
NOTICE: The Recreation Department is looking to see if there is any interest in starting a Women's Basketball Program. If any post high school aged residents are interested in directing and/or playing, please call the Recreation Office at 401-568-6206, x 224.
Vandalism, we're sorry to say, is a problem at all our recreation areas. If you notice any act of vandalism, please either speak to the culprits or report them to the Glocester Police or Recreation Office at 568-6206, ext. 224. Thanks!
Our youth leagues are always in need of coaches, officials, concession workers, and other caring adult workers. If you like kids and possess a positive, pleasant personality, please call the Recreation Office at 568-6206, ext. 224 or contact your favorite youth league to discover ways to help out. Thanks!
Your suggestions, comments, questions, or complaints can be left
at any time on the Recreation Department answering machine
401-568-6206, ext. 224
Hands-On Event For All Ages
Saturday, April 28, 2018