Tigard Park & Rec Mission
“We exist to provide healthy and diverse recreational opportunities through programs, events, parks, and natural areas, for all ages and abilities, ensuring that the City of Tigard is a desirable place to live and play.”
NEW! Kids' Night Out
(Parents' Night Off)
$25 per night, 6-8:30 p.m., Ages 4-11
Dirksen Education Center (11130 SW Tigard Street)
Register Here: November 22 | December 20
NOTE: November 22 event is being offered at half price ($12.50)
Drop off your kids for some fun activities, games, and enjoy a movie and healthy snacks while adults have some time to themselves. Children must be potty-trained to participate.
Wreath Making Workshop
Sat, Dec 7 | 10 a.m.-Noon
$15 | Dirksen Education Center
Pick your fancy and have fun making a wreath for the holiday season. This is a fun way to add your personal touch for the holidays. Supplies for wreaths will be provided as well as a short demonstration on how to.
Making Spirits Bright
Sat, Dec 14 | 9 a.m.-Noon
$8 per child, adults free | Tigard Senior Center
Join Parks & Rec for pastries, candy canes and cocoa with Santa. This is a great opportunity to spend with family, friends, and the community. Santa and his helpers will be on hand to ring in the holiday season. It will be a jolly time! Donate canned food for our local foodbank and make a holiday craft.
New! Winter Break Day Camp
Mon, Thu, and Fri | Dec 23–Jan 3
9 a.m.–4 p.m.
Dirksen Education Center | $45 per day
Mon., 12/23 | Thur., 12/26 | Fri., Dec 27
Mon., 12/30 | Thur., 1/2 | Fri., 1/3
NOTE: Before and after care available upon request
Looking for a fun, meaningful winter break experience for your child? Campers will explore team games, create crafts, play at the park (weather permitting), watch a short movie and meet new friends.
Self-Defense Class - Be That Girl
$20 | Thu, Feb 13, 6–8 p.m.
(Registration begins Jan 2)
Public Works Auditorium (8777 SW Burnham, Tigard)
Ages 13-18 (Girls Only)
Instructor: Detective Kristan Rinell from Tigard Police Department
Girls will learn about identifying risks, healthy relationships, and general safety information. They will also be introduced to basic self-defense tactics using their voices, strikes and kicks. This class contains mature subject matter. Wear comfortable clothing and bring water bottle.