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APRC 2022 Summer PlayGuide, What to Do!

The APRC 2022 Summer Community PlayGuide is now available online and registration is OPEN! APRC isAPRC 2022 Summer Community PlayGuide excited to provide recreational and educational programming for the citizens of Ashland! This guide will offer programming through August 2022.
Parks & Rec Happenings:
RECREATION - The Daniel Meyer Memorial Pool will open for the season in mid to early June 2022! Our seasonal pool will offer recreational opportunities for the community and most importantly, teach kids how to swim! Swimming provides many health benefits and is a crucial life-saving skill. Offerings include:
  • Recreation Swimming
  • Lap Swimming
  • Senior Swimming
  • Water Aerobics
  • Water Polo
  • Swim Lessons
The pool is located in Hunter Park at 1705 Homes Ave. Learn more at
We are pleased to resume our annual events this spring and summer. Check out what’s on the horizon:  
We can’t pull off our annual events without the help of volunteers! We are seeking volunteers for Bike Swap, Rogue Valley Bird Day, and Ashland World Music Festival. For more info about dates and shifts, please reach out to Volunteer Coordinator, Sulaiman Shelton at 541.552.2264 or
PARKS & RECREATION COMMISSION - Parks and Recreation Commissioners hold their regular business meeting the 2nd Wednesday of each month at 6 p.m. Study Sessions are typically held the 1st Wednesday of the month. Check the APRC public meeting calendar at You can also learn how you can participate, contact the Commissioners, and view Commissioner bios and goals, agendas and minutes.
SENIOR SERVICES - Our Senior Services Division enhances the lives ​of seniors by promoting healthy aging, well-being, dignity and independence. We empower older adults as valued, contributing members of the community and together advocate for the diverse needs of seniors and their families throughout Ashland. Info at or 541.488.5342.
VOLUNTEER - Volunteers are needed to help eradicate damaging, invasive plants from our park land. You can make a difference in restoring our parks and protecting our native plants and animals by lending a hand. Volunteer solo or join a small group and help us remove Scotch broom, Himalayan blackberry and more. No experience necessary, and training and tools provided.
For all volunteer opportunities, to learn more, sign-up or to join an email list, please call or email Volunteer Coordinator Sulaiman Shelton at 541.552.2264 or More info at – Volunteer, it's the natural thing to Do!
APRC would like to acknowledge our community partners and our advertisers in the 2022 Summer PlayGuide:
Sign up for email notifications at so you can stay up-to-date on APRC happenings, events, programs, projects and alerts. And, stay connected with APRC on Facebook and Instagram @AshlandParksandRec. Use the hashtags: #AshlandParksandRec #APRC #FunItsInOurNature #AshlandWhatToDo #APRCstayConnected #AshlandPlayGuide
Visit for information on all that APRC has to offer. Or reach out directly at or call 541.488.5340. "Fun, it's in our Nature!" 

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