Durham Recreation & Park District


Durham Recreation & Park District

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Durham Recreation & Park District (DRPD) located in Durham, California,  is one of five recreational special districts in Butte County. Originally established in 1947 to serve the community by taking care of the Durham Community Park. The twenty-four acre park was specifically set aside when land allocations were established in 1918. This park has served as a social gathering place since the inception of the community.

The District has expanded to include the Dwight Brinson Swim Center, Louis Edwards
Park, Ravekes Park, Midway Park, Nelson Park, the Durham Memorial Hall and various
Recreational Programs for all ages.

This program is designed to introduce and teach the game of soccer and soccer skills through fun drills and modified game play. This group meets once/week on Saturday mornings. A minimum of 8 sign ups is needed and parent participation is encouraged ... More
The pool will remain open 7 days a week through August 14. Pool hours are: M-F 1:00p-4:30p Sa-Su 1:00p-5:00p T/Th/Sa 7:00p-9:00p Private Swim Lessons will be offered August 8th-11th. Contact the District Office at 530.345.1921 for times and availability ... More
Your child will have a great time learning, and participating in, the game of soccer.   Teams are grouped by grade levels (K-1, 2-3, and 4-5.)   Each team will practice once a week with game day on Saturdays.    Games will be played between 9:00a and 1:00p, at Midway Field(s).  Practice days and times will be determined by the coach. All players [&hellip ... More
Calling all Durham volleyball players! Learn skills, concepts and strategies of volleyball, while having a blast, playing with friends, against teams from all over the Chico Area. Space is limited to 10 players per team. Teams are divided by grade level. (Teams may be combined by the league if necessary.) Sign up today! &nbsp ... More
The Durham Recreation & Park District After School Program offers a safe, friendly and fun environment for students  in grades K-5th, while providing opportunities for young people to engage in age-appropriate activities and positive peer interactions. The ASP provides daily academic support, supervised games and play,  arts and crafts, outdoor recreation opportunities, special events, and more! The DRPD After-School Program is [&hellip ... More
The Kinder Club After School Program offers safe and reliable after school care for your TK and Kindergarten aged child, while also providing a fun  environment for  young people to engage in age-appropriate activities with their peers. Daily program options include outdoor recreational activities, academic support, arts and crafts, and more.   &nbsp ... More