ENROLL EARLY. At some point we must decide whether or not to cancel a program due to low enrollment.
Program Fee Reciprocity Recreation Program Fee Reciprocity: The City of Menasha offers recreation program fee reciprocity with the cities of Appleton and Neenah and the Village of Fox Crossing. This means that city residents may sign up for programs and receive services in these communities at their resident rates. This is a fee only agreement. Each municipality may establish a separate registration period or policies for its own residents. Residents of these communities pay the lower Resident Rates on City programs. Visit those communities’ websites and decide on your method of registration. For further information call the Park and Recreation offices of Appleton (920-832-5910), Neenah (920-886-6060) or Fox Crossing (920-720-7108).
There are 3 ways to register for a recreation program:
WALK IN / DROP OFF
Bring in your completed registration form and payment to the Parks and Recreation Department, City Hall Second Floor. Credit/debit cards are now accepted in the office. There is a small service charge for using this form of payment.
Mail your completed registration form and payment to:
City of Menasha Parks and Recreation
100 Main Street, Suite 200
Menasha, WI 54952
You may register for programs online at http://menasha.recdesk.com
If you have not registered online for classes in the past year, you will need to create a new account at the website listed above. You will not be able to register for any activities until your account has been approved by office staff. Once approved, you will receive a confirmation email. Then you may log in using the account information you provided.
The following wish list will benefit our Tiny Tots and other recreational programs. Help us out by dropping off your materials to be upcycled at City Hall during business hours at the Parks and Recreation department.
- Wine Corks
- Egg cartons
- Old clothes for scarecrows
- toilet paper tubes
- paper towel tubes
- juice container covers
- small pots from gardening plants or flowers
- bubble wrap
- ribbon and yarn (all lengths welcomed)
- golf tees
- leftover crafting materials
- covers of pringle cans (and other like)
- good quality and good condition cardboard boxes (not larger than a 8x11)