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ADJUSTED ADMIN HOURS:

Admin is open until 7 pm Tue, May 14–Fri, May 17 for registration week. See the summer recreation guide here. 
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SUMMER 2024 Troy Recreation Guide

Troy Recreation Guide

Summer 2024 Recreation Guide
PLEASE NOTE: Unless otherwise noted, registration opens at 8 am on May 14 for residents, May 16 for non-residents
For Mobile Devices: View the Summer Recreation Guide in a different screen


Download the Summer 2024 Recreation Guide as a pdf

Troy Recreation cannot take registration for Troy Historic Village or Stage Nature Center. 
Visit troyhistoricvillage.org and stagenaturecenter.org to register for their programs.


UPDATES:

  • Page 18: Pickleball 102, Act #7216-A3 meets on 6/24 & 7/11 | Pickleball 301, Act #7262-B3 meets on Monday. Please note these activities are correct in the summer Fifty Forward.
  • Page 19: The Learn to Skate Summer Camp Activity #s are 6710-D3, -E3, and -F3.
  • Page 22: Daytime Friendship Club, Act #s 7310-A3 and 7310-B3, Fee for non-residents is $178.


About the Recreation Guide
The Troy Recreation Guide includes details on all Recreation offerings plus information on Troy Historic Village, Stage Nature Center, and Troy parks. The guide is mailed to residents seasonally in February, May, August, and November. Additional copies are available while supplies last at Troy Community Center and other City of Troy facilities. The recreation team works to ensure that all information is accurate up until print date, but some errors may occur and those changes will be posted on this page. You may view the above version in the viewer or download a pdf through the viewer. Sign up for our enewsletter to be the first to know when the digital version of the guide is available online each season.

EDITORIAL POLICY
Although the Troy Recreation Department goes to great lengths to ensure that all information in this magazine is accurate, errors occasionally occur and last minute changes in programs, classes or activities—such as dates, times and locations—may be necessary. We apologize for any inconvenience and thank you for your patience and understanding.