RECREATION SUMMER CAMP FUN BEGINS MONDAY, JUNE 26TH!
Your child will participate in a variety of activities including games, arts & crafts, sports, Arts-in-the-Park performances, barbecue, field trips, and much, much more.
Week #1 June 26- June 30: Summer Fun Week
Week #2 July 3-7: Celebrate USA Week
Week #3 July 10-14: Holiday Week
Week #4 July 17- 21: Discovery Week
Week #5 July 24- 28: Olympic Week
Week #6 July 31-August 4: Superhero Week
Week #7 August 7-11: Adventure Week
Week #8 August 14-18: Let's be Crazy Week
Week #9 August 21-25: All About You Week
For Summer Camp questions, please call 508.851.6458, email email@example.com, or visit the Recreation Department located at the Town Hall, Six Park Row, Mansfield. Program details can also be found on the Summer Camp 2017 link located on the Town of Mansfield website Recreation page, www.mansfieldma.com/parks. ... See MoreSee Less
Chairman Trowbridge recently had the honor of awarding Howard Fiske with a plaque and proclamation from the Board of Selectmen for 20 years of service as an Airport Commissioner. Along with Mr. Fiske's proud family, Chairman Trowbridge thanked Howard in a private ceremony for his numerous contributions to the Town of Mansfield. ... See MoreSee Less
Join us for our annual kickoff to summertime Recreation Fun!
GREAT Duck Race
Wednesday, June 28th, 7:30pm
Ducks For Sale in the Recreation Office, $1.00 per DUCK!!
Questions, 508.851.6458 or firstname.lastname@example.org ... See MoreSee Less
Roadwork & Closure Notice
(Oakland Street to Cate Springs)
The reconstruction of Maple Street is scheduled to start on Monday, June 19th and base pavement is tentative for June 28th. The existing pavement is being pulverized followed by grading and finally paving a new base course of pavement.
This section of road will be closed to through traffic during the hours of 7:00AM – 5:00PM Monday thru Friday. Local traffic will be allowed but delays should be expected. Please see attached detour map. ... See MoreSee Less
We have an update from the MBTA regarding the parking for the Construction Project at Mansfield Train Station: The project has been delayed and will not begin before June 26, 2017. The MBTA is making improvements to the Mansfield Train Station and will be temporarily closing a number of parking spaces for a minimum of 21 months. To help with the lack of parking the Town of Mansfield is providing added FREE parking at 41 County Street Foxboro. A FREE shuttle will be available from the County Street lot to the train station during commuter hours. Additional information and maps are available on the Town's website at www.mansfieldma.com. ... See MoreSee Less