• Fall Activity Guide for 2019

City of Tigard

Parks & Rec

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:  October 25  |  November 22  |  December 20

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.

Kid's Night Out Recreation Program

New! Winter Break Day CampWinter Break with Tigard Parks & Rec
Ages 6–11
Mon, Thu, and Fri | Dec 23–Jan 3
9 a.m.–4 p.m.
Dirksen Education Center | $45 per day
Register Here:
Mon., 12/23Thur., 12/26  |  Fri., Dec 27
Mon., 12/30  | Thur., 1/2  |  Fri., 1/3

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. 

Be That Girl - Self Defense Program for Young WomenSelf-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.

Volunteer Opportunities

Calling all volunteersJoin us! Volunteers have a huge impact on our programs and ensure the success of our events. If you’re interested in making a difference while also having fun, we have opportunities for you!

Email to get started.

Sponsorship and Advertising Opportunities

  • Special Event Sponsorship: Community and business support allows the city to produce events for the entire community to enjoy. By sponsoring special events your business will be able to maximize exposure to city residents and highlight your value to the community. View details.
  • Advertising: Tigard Parks & Rec produces four guides per year that have room to advertise. All guides are posted online and the summer guides are printed and distributed to every residential household. View details.
  • Something New: Do you have an idea for an event and want Tigard Parks & Rec to be involved? Do you want to be an instructor?  Are you a vendor?  We want to hear from you! Contact at 503-718-2604.

Stay in Touch

Parks & Rec posts news and updates to the city’s social media accounts. Connect with us for information about class times, upcoming events and more! 

Financial Assistance Scholarships

Tigard Parks & Rec has a scholarship program (Guia para Becas) to provide financial assistance for qualified participants. Scholarships will partially cover the cost of recreation program events or activities. To learn more, please contact us at or 503-718-2591.

Staff Contacts
Kaitlyn McKinney
Recreation Program Specialist

Kimberly Cederholm

Recreation Coordinator

Melissa Heine
Recreation Admin Specialist II

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