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This Web site is designed to give parents and children an overview of all programs available in the Caribou community. It includes programs offered by the Caribou Parks and Recreation Department, Caribou Public Library, Nylander Museum and the Caribou School Department.
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 April 30, he/she is eligible for Munchkin Baseball; if your child will be 8 on May 2, he/she must register with 7 year olds. No exceptions. the Caribou Parks and Recreation Department reserves the right to place a child in an upper or lower age level, with parental consent.
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.
This web site contains a summary of programs that are being offered by the Caribou Parks and Recreation Department for the current year. Resident registration is required for all programs and may be done over the phone or in person at the recreation office. Registration for those programs that require a registration fee must be done in person or by mail. Registration for all programs will be done on a first-come-first-serve basis. The following policy governs all non-resident registrations.
NON RESIDENT FEES
NON RESIDENTS: Non-resident registrations will not be accepted over the phone. All non-residents will be automatically placed on a waiting list for all programs. People residing outside of Caribou but paying property taxes on property in Caribou will be counted as a resident. Anyone who pays a non-resident family fee will be counted as a resident for a period of one year from the date of payment. All non-residents must pay in advance when registering. If a child does not make it into a program, a full refund will be awarded. Any program sponsored by the Caribou Parks and Recreation Department is subject to a nonresident fee unless clearly specified otherwise.
$10.00 per youth per program
$15.00 per adult per program
$75.00 annual family fee