Kingston Recreation Calendar 

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Pickleball … Fun, social and friendly. The rules are simple and the game is easy for beginners to learn, but can develop into a quick, fast-paced, competitive game for experienced players

Kingston Recreation is pleased to offer a free Pickleball class on Wednesday February 2nd,  from 5 - 6 pm at the Rec Center 24 Main Street. There will be a maximum of 8 players. There will be a limited number of pickle ball rackets to borrow. Following this, we will be offering times to play pickleball at the Recreation center for a small monthly fee. If you’re interested please email Paul Butler or call 603-418-5306. Please join us and learn more about this exciting game and meet some new people at the same time! 


Kingston Recreation is looking for recreation counselors for the upcoming 2022 summer. Counselors will be responsible for working with children from the ages 5 to 14 and will be responsible for overseeing and implementing creative programming, chaperoning field trips, and ensuring safety around our facility including our lake front, for our campers. CPR and First Aid training are mandatory, lifeguard training is beneficial. There are 2 mandatory inservice days - Wednesday June 22 and Thursday June 23. Counselors work 30 to 40 hours a week and camp starts on Monday June 27th and runs 8 weeks until August 18th. There is no camp on July 4th. Counselors can have a limited amount of unpaid time off. Shifts are generally 7am-3pm or 9am-5pm. Applicants who are 18 years of age or older and/or have experience as a camp counselor are preferred. Kingston Recreation requires references, as well as a background check. Kingston Recreation is an equal opportunity employer. Please contact Paul Butler at 603-531-3337 or email for more information.







Please contact Paul Butler with any questions about Kingston Rec Cell- 603-418-5306 or email

In addition to the highly successful children's Summer Camp program, the Recreation Department sponsors several seasonal, celebratory events during the year. The town's Road Agent, Richard St. Hilaire, is charged with scheduling of the town's sports fields. Local teams wishing to reserve field use should contact Mr. Butler (603)-418-5306 and submit a Facilities Use Form to the Selectmen's Office for Mr. Butler's review and recommendation to the Selectmen. 


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Recreation Commission

Name Title
Patricia Guevin Member
Phillip Coombs Selectmen's Representative
Beth Ann Scanlon Member