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Summer registration begins this Saturday, April 26
The key to unlocking a fantastic summer? A summer camp, or two, or three ... at THPRD. Our summer activities guide, with a complete list of summer camps, is now available online and at all facilities. District residents may sign up for summer classes, activities and camps on Saturday, April 26, at 8 a.m.
- Spring registration under way: Browse l Register
- New to the district? Learn more about the registration process.
Visit our Spring Native Plant Sale on Saturday, April 26
Want to spruce up your home garden? The Spring Native Plant Sale offers more than 150 native plants, trees and shrubs for sale.
Visit the sale and learn about native plants from our nature experts on Saturday, April 26, from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m., at Tualatin Hills Nature Park Interpretive Center.
Native plants have greater wildlife benefits and require less care than non-native ornamental plants.
Celebrate Earth Day by lending a hand at a THPRD park
You can join SOLVE and THPRD at several Earth Day projects, April 26-27. We have park improvement work days scheduled at Autumn Ridge Park, Lilly K. Johnson Woods, MurrayHill Park, and NE Park. Groups and individuals are welcome. Register here.
- Or ... volunteer at our Native Plant Sale!
- More THPRD volunteers needed: April 15-30, registration is open for Safety Town. Lead games, songs, activities, crafts to kids 4-6 this summer at Cedar Hills Recreation Center.
Waterhouse Trail expansion project nearly complete
THPRD is nearing completion on a project that will render two miles of new pathway along the Waterhouse Trail.
The $3.7 million expansion project, funded by the 2008 voter-approved bond measure, should be complete by the end of April.
Saturday showtime at Stuhr Center features Harvey
On Saturday, April 26, at 2 p.m., the Encore Senior Players return to the Elsie Stuhr Center to perform Mary Chase's classic stage play, Harvey.
Harvey is the story of a man who claims to have an unseen (and presumably imaginary) friend who resembles an anthropomorphic rabbit. The 1944 play won the Pulitzer Prize for drama. Admission is free for the 2 p.m. show; donations will be accepted.
Park Patrol employee motivated by simple act of kindness
THPRD Park Patrol employee Brady Schwartz has created a popular social club for local motorcycle riders, and given back to the community by hosting several fundraisers.
His willingness to help out others was inspired years ago by an act of kindness, during the most difficult of times, made by a Beaverton police officer.
Time to gear up for July's Party in the Park festivities
Party in the Park returns to the HMT Recreation Complex on Saturday, July 26. Our largest free community event features the Family Triathlon (register April 26) and the T-Hills Classic car show (registration begins April 8).
Join us for a campus carnival that includes food, fun, games, activities, and the Beaverton International Celebration, a celebration of the city's diversity.
In 2013, major progress on bond-funded projects
What a year! THPRD opened eight new or redeveloped parks, three miles of trails, three athletic fields, and a dog park in 2013.
Additionally, more than 100,000 native trees and shrubs were planted, seismic upgrades completed and several properties were purchased for future use during this year of significant progress.
District meeting schedule
- May 5: Regular Meeting of the THPRD Board of Directors.
- Click here to access the full list of board and committee meetings.
This page was last updated on Wednesday April 23 2014 at 12:46 PM.