Claremont Parks & Recreation
The Claremont Parks & Recreation Department is dedicated to providing quality recreational facilities, programs and services to enhance the quality of life for the residents of Claremont and the surrounding region.
With COVID -19 numbers rapidly increasing, we will be taking extra precautions at the Claremont Savings Bank Community Center and mandate that all patrons wear a mask while not actively exercising while in the facility.
We will continue to update our members as we make changes to our operating procedures to ensure the safety of our users.
After School Strength & Conditioning For Boys & Girls
Want to work on getting your body properly ready and stronger for your up coming sports season? Then this program is for you. Put on by personal trainer Karlen Thyne, at the Claremont Savings Bank Community Center, this program is for male & female athletes from Grades 8th through 12th who are interested in strength and conditioning to help prepare for their up coming sports season. If you have any questions please contact Ivy Condon at Icondon@claremontnh.com or call (603) 542-7019.
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The Claremont Holiday Display
In preparation for the holiday display at Broad Street Park, there will be two work days that we will be looking for volunteers to help set up the park. These days will be on Sunday, November 15th and Sunday, November 22nd from 11AM to 3PM (both days). If you are interested in helping, please contact Superintendent of Programs, Justin Martin at 542-7019 or by e-mail at email@example.com.
If you would like to make a donation of a display for this season's holiday display, please contact the Parks and Recreation Department for a holiday donation application. All displays must be approved by the City Manager and all displays must be received no later than November 25th.
Holiday Display Application
Holiday Display Policy
Santa IS Coming to Town!
The Claremont Parks and Recreation Department has been hard at work preparing an alternative to the traditional Holiday event “When Santa Comes to Town” that traditionally takes place at Broad Street Park the Friday after Thanksgiving. Due to the pandemic, rising numbers in our area, and the large number of participants that this popular event draws, this year’s version will include the tree lighting and Santa will come by to help us bring in the Holiday season. This year, Santa will spread Holiday cheer while remaining on the fire truck to make sure he stays healthy so he can deliver presents on Christmas Eve. We ask that all people who would like to attend the tree lighting wear a mask and follow all physical distancing protocols, including staying with their family groups.
Due to the large number of people that this event draws and the large line that forms, Santa will not be doing visits this year. We have made arrangements for Santa to make a brief appearance at Broad Street Park to help us turn on the lights. From there, Santa will be escorted by the Claremont Fire Department, Claremont Police Department and Golden Cross around Claremont, visiting as many neighborhoods as he can fit in during his busy schedule and while also keeping a safe distance. We ask that all people who would like to attend the procession wear a mask and follow all physical distancing protocols. Please refrain from approaching the vehicles in the procession when it arrives.
Santa will be bringing his mailbox to Broad Street Park and encourages children to write down their Christmas list and mail them directly to the North Pole.
We are currently finalizing the route Santa will be taking the evening of the event. As soon as we get confirmation on the route from the elves, we will post the route on Facebook and the City’s website prior to the event.
We thank you for your understanding and doing your part to keep our Community safe during this pandemic.