Welcome to the Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District's social media gateway.
Subscribing to our social media feeds is the best way to follow all of the day-to-day news, events and information of interest to our guests.
What can you expect to see on THPRD social media? Stories that highlight interesting people and places, information about upcoming events, links to news from THPRD (and our community partners), video, photos, discussions, surveys, special offers and more. It's also a place where you can provide feedback.
Official Twitter feed (@THPRD): This is a digest of THPRD events, actitivies and information. Also Twitter serves as open discussion forum for current THPRD topics. Send us your kudos or concerns.
Instagram (THPRD): We share some behind-the-scenes photos from events, parks and facilities.
YouTube Channel (@THPRDvideo): On occasion, we'll post highlights of some of district events and activities, features and more.
Google+ (+thprd): We are now on Google+, sharing news, photos and information about upcoming events.
We have localized our Facebook content to allow patrons to interact with the facilities and/or activities of interest. Our 'home' page is a general feed sharing the most important district news, including bond measure updates, districtwide events and more. Other pages cater to more specific audiences. Please visit the links below and 'like' your areas of interest to receive THPRD content in your news feed.
Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District: This is the primary Facebook page for district-wide news and events about the largest special park district in Oregon, spanning 50 square miles and serving more than 220,000 residents.
THPRD Aquatics: This page offers information on our six year-round swimming facilities: Beaverton Swim Center, Harman Swim Center, Sunset Swim Center, Somerset Swim Center, Aloha Swim Center and Raleigh Swim Center.
Tualatin Hills Aquatic Center (50-meter): This page offers information on the Aquatic Center, located at the HMT Complex on 158th and Walker Rd. The center features a 50-meter pool that provides recreational and educational services for all ages.
Tualatin Hills Athletic Center: The Athletic Center, located on the HMT Complex, features six indoor basketball courts and an indoor track. The AC is the nerve center for Park District sports leagues and camps throughout the year.
Tualatin Hills Tennis Center: The Tennis Center at the HMT Complex has 14 courts and an outdoor Stadium Court. Eight oudoor courts are covered in fall/winter for year-round play. We also have 100+ outdoor courts located within the district.
Natural Resources: This pages offers news and events about the district's 1,300 acres of natural areas. THPRD's natural areas provide a variety of benefits, including ecosystem services, recreation, trails and education.
Cedar Hills Recreation Center: Cedar Hills features fitness/dance rooms, a gymnasium, a gymnastics room, exercise rooms, preschool facilities, and an outdoor playground. The center offers numerous award-winning camps.
Conestoga Recreation & Aquatic Center: Conestoga is THPRD's only joint-use recreation and aquatic center. The state-of-the-art facility opened is 1998. It was built to serve the demand for recreational needs in the south end of the district.
Garden Home Recreation Center: Garden Home offers an unparalleled array of gymnastics and dance classes, and numerous community programs. It is also home to the West Portland Boxing Team and Garden Home Community Library.
Elsie Stuhr Center: Information on the Stuhr Center, a recreation facility designed for adults 55 years and better. The center offers classes, trips and tours, special events, a fitness center, lunch and social opportunities.
Historic Facilities: Information and events from the four historic properties owned and managed by the Park District: Jenkins Estate, Fanno Farmhouse, the Schlottman House and the John Quincy Adams Young House.
Volunteers: Solicits and supports the volunteers who enhance athletic programs, protect and enhance natural areas, improve the quality of life for children & senior citizens and maintain recreational facilities.
This page was last updated on Friday August 15 2014 at 1:35 PM.