Program Registration

We are currently taking registrations for our Winter and Spring programs at the main office of the Caribou Wellness and Recreation Center.

 

2016 Winter Spring  Program Registration Form (Click Here)

 

 

 

 

 

DEAR PARENTS 

This Web site is designed to give parents and children an overview of all the programs being offered by the Caribou Parks and Recreation Department.

PLEASE NOTE  The age cut off for recreation program registration is May 1: i.e. If you have a four year old that will turn 5 on May 1, he/she is eligible for Munchkin baseball; if your child will be 5 on May 2, he/she will not be eligible for Munchkin baseball. No exceptions.

The Caribou Parks and Recreation Department is encouraging parents of children diagnosed with ADD to enroll in a select offering of summer recreation programs to insure each child gets the full benefit from the program. Parents or guardians will be required to attend each session with their child.

The primary job of recreation program personnel is to teach instructional programming to children. Although administering discipline to children is part of a group instructional setting, it should not consume the instructors time, nor diminish the amount of instruction provided to the group. Any child found to be continually disruptive may be asked to leave the program. Parents present at programs are encouraged to discipline their children or remove their children if they feel this action is in the best interest of all concerned.

For additional information on recreation programs, please call the Caribou Parks and Recreation Department at (207) 493-4224.

REGISTRATION INFORMATION

GENERAL  All registrations both residents and non-resident will be accepted on a WALK-IN BASIS ONLY. NO PHONE REGISTRATIONS PLEASE. Each child should have a current registration form on file. All residents and non-residents must pay in advance when registering. Checks for all fee based programs should be made payable to the Caribou Parks and Recreation Department.

RESIDENTS  Residency is defined as those either living in Caribou and/or paying real estate taxes in Caribou.

NON RESIDENTS  All programs sponsored by the Caribou Parks and Recreation Department are subject to a non-resident fee. All non-residents must pay in advance when registering.

RESIDENT FEES *
$10.00 per child per program
$50.00 per child per year

NON RESIDENT FEES *
$25.00 per child, per program
$125.00 per child, per year

* PLEASE NOTE:  These fees do not pertain to specialty programs.