To assist in keeping staff, volunteers, participants and residents safe and minimize the spread of the COVID-19 Virus, the Department of Recreation and Parks is taking the following steps.
Information is changing on a constant basis. Updates will be provided when available.
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Spring practices for boys and girls lacrosse start on March 1! Register today for the spring season!
This is an intensive 2-day course (9:00 AM - 3:00 PM);
Ticket cost for both days: $95
EVERYONE IS EXPECTED TO ATTEND TO BOTH SESSIONS
Listen to MARC volunteers talk about bees, pollination, and the role of the Maryland Agricultural Resource Council in educating the public about agriculture On The Record with Sheilah Kast at WYPR: http://wypr.org/post/busy-bees-and-busier-beekeepers
This beginner’s beekeeping course is perfect for individuals who are curious about beehives and the bees that maintain them. This course will help you build a framework to continue your education as a junior beekeeper, or simply a person who recognizes the irreplaceable value honey bees hold in our food system.
The course will cover:
All volunteers - head coach, assistant coach, and team manager - must complete this registration and training. Please email Daniel Schuck at: firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Please create a user account for yourself, and then add any participants in your family (children and/or spouse.) If you already have a Sport Ngin ID, please use it to log in, as it is a universal Sport Ngin ID. Each time you return to register, just log in and all your information will be pre-populated.
By creating an account and joining the Network, TRC will be able communicate better and keep you informed of upcoming events, news and programs. Coaches and Program Directors will be using the Network to communicate about teams, games, and practices. Join today and stay connected!
Our major programs are listed across the top of this page, with our smaller programs and Dumbarton programs listed under "more programs." All summer camps may be found under "camps."
The left menu includes items of interest to all or our participants and members.
Please contact the help desk with any questions regarding technical difficulties while registering.
The Towson Recreation Council (TRC) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the development of our community's young people and adults. Our programs are planned, promoted and directed by unpaid volunteers who work together to strengthen the community. It is our belief that the pursuit of leisure time activities enhance the quality of life of our many participants. Therefore, the TRC board and program directors strive to nurture, plan and protect the leisure needs of present and future Towson residents.
The goals of our youth programs are to provide enjoyable activities, offer beneficial instruction, and develop good sportsmanship skills. Our activities target the average skilled athlete, are fun, and provide a healthy recreational learning experience for all young people.