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19 March 2019
03/18/2019: Summer Teen Volunteer Opportunities with Monterey Recreation

03/18/2019: Summer Teen Volunteer Opportunities with Monterey Recreation

Are you interested in gaining job skills, getting an introduction to customer service whole working with children in our summer recreation programs? Teen volunteer positions are available including Camp “Lots-O-Tots”, Playground and Day Camp Programs or Community Center programs. Teens must be between 13-17 years of age and complete an orientation/training process which includes fingerprinting. Volunteer application deadline is Friday, April 19, 2019. Space is limited! Volunteers must be willing to work a majority of the summer. Teen Volunteer placement is based on program needs and requests for placement are not guaranteed.

18 March 2019
Coming up at the Monterey Sports Center
11 February 2019
Gym and Youth Camps Coming Up at the Monterey Sports Center
08 November 2018
11/08/2018: New Parks and Recreation Director Announced

11/08/2018: New Parks and Recreation Director Announced

McclureCity Manager Hans Uslar announced today the appointment of Kristi McClure Huckaby as Parks and Recreation Director. Ms. Huckaby has over 25 years’ experience working in and managing Parks and Recreation Departments in Southern California; cities both large and small, including the cities of Long Beach, Downey, Signal Hill, Placencia, Sierra Madre, Chula Vista, and most recently the City of Corona.

25 October 2018
10/24/2018: Registration for Winter/Spring Activities

10/24/2018: Registration for Winter/Spring Activities

Monterey Recreation is now taking registration for Winter/Spring programs. A variety of recreational activities are designed to appeal to all members of the family. Tiny tots are invited to participate in indoor programs that offer art, dance, music and movement. Gymnastics, music, ballet, art, after school programs and outdoor sports activities are just a few of the programs offered for youth. There are also numerous classes for teenagers, adults and seniors.

Rec Guide

28 August 2018
08/28/2018: MSC Presents, Healthy Cognitive Aging: A "HEAL" Cities Program Free Public Lecture, Saturday, Sep. 8, 2018

08/28/2018: MSC Presents, Healthy Cognitive Aging: A "HEAL" Cities Program Free Public Lecture, Saturday, Sep. 8, 2018

The Monterey Sports Center invites the public to a free lecture, Healthy Cognitive Aging, by research psychologist, Dr. Quinn Kennedy, on Saturday, September 8 at 1:30 p.m. in Studio 1. Learn about adult cognitive aging and factors that affect older adults’ decision making and performance.

MSC Presents

08 August 2018
08/08/2018: MSC Presents, Massage & Wellness - a "HEAL" Cities Program Free Public Lecture, August 25, 2018

08/08/2018: MSC Presents, Massage & Wellness - a "HEAL" Cities Program Free Public Lecture, August 25, 2018

The Monterey Sports Center invites the public to a free lecture, Massage & Wellness, by massage therapist, Paul David Tuff, on Saturday, August 25 at 1:30 p.m. in Studio 1. Learn how to manage pain while enhancing your exercise performance. The event includes free chair massages performed by alumni of the MPC Massage Therapy Program.

Massage and Wellness Flyer

06 June 2018
06/06/2018: Monterey's Reorganization Creates New Opportunities for Many City Programs

06/06/2018: Monterey's Reorganization Creates New Opportunities for Many City Programs

The Monterey City Council recently approved the merging of the Parks Division with the Recreation Division to create a new Parks and Recreation Department. The Community Services Department was dissolved to make these changes possible.

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