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165 Nahatan Street, Norwood, MA 02062

Phone: 781-762-0466
Fax: 781-769-6254
  
 

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            Hours of Operation
September - May: Begins
M - F 6:00 a.m. - 9:45 p.m.
Sat 8:00 am - 4:45 p.m. 

Summer Hours: 
M - F 6:00 a.m. - 6:45 p.m.  Closed Saturdays

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Gerald Miller, Superintendent  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
Travis Farley, Program Director  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it    
Howard Weinstein, Recreation Admin.  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
Lee Kennedy, Secretary  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

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 NORWOOD RECREATION DEPARTMENT

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Welcome to the Civic Center, home of the Norwood Recreation Department.  We are a full service Community Center, with much to offer the residents of the Town of Norwood. The Civic Center has three floors, and each level has many functions. 


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GROUND FLOOR
Welcome to the Norwood Civic Center, home of the Norwood Recreation Department. We are a full service
Community Center, with much to offer. Our main office is located on the ground floor of 165 Nahatan Street.
Here, you can enroll in a program, rent a meeting room, obtain field permits, purchase pool passes and gym
memberships, and more. The ground floor also houses offices, meeting rooms, men’s/women’s locker rooms
with sauna and showers, our workout facility, and multipurpose fitness and exercise room.


FIRST FLOOR
Our main attraction here is the gymnasium that houses many programs. In our gym, we offer activities such as
basketball, floor hockey, art classes, special programs, and so much more. The first floor also has meeting
rooms with a capacity of 45 people, a fully- equipped kitchen, and a full service arts and crafts room. Many of
our programs and community meetings happen here.

 

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SECOND FLOOR
The second floor is home to the School of Dance, with a studio and parents’ room. It also serves as a space for
Zumba. Also located on this level is the dedicated Lydon Suite in honor of Anne and Dr. Roy Lydon, where many
programs and groups meet.


 

MEMBERSHIP RATES

 

 

 

 

 

Membership Rates
Norwood Residents Only
Proper photo ID and proof of residency is required at time of purchase. 

                                                                    Adult                      Family
1 Month                                                 $15.00
3 Months                                              $40.00
6 Months                                              $75.00
1 Year                                                    $145.00                   $200.00
1 Mo MbrshipFit Combo                 $35.00
3 Mo Mbrship FitCombo                $80.00
6 Mo Mbrship FitCombo                $135.00
1 Year Mbrship FitCombo               $240.00
Family membership is defined as two adults over the age of 21 plus children who live in the household, under the age of 21.
Each individual will be issued a KEY FOB once you purchase a membership. Each time you enter the facility, you must swipe your card under the bar code reader at the front office.  Lost cards result in a $5 replacement fee.

NORWOOD RECREATION FIT PASS

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OPTION 1: PAY AS YOU GO, $10 per class
*Good option for first time trial of any fit class

OPTION 2: 10 CLASS PASS, $60
*Now you’ve only paid $6 per class

OPTION 3: 20 CLASS PASS, $85.00
*This is the best option, $4.25 per class

OPTION 4: 20 CLASS PASS, $40
*This is for SENIORS only!  Ages 62+, must bring photo ID at time of purchase

MEMBERSHIP/FITPASS COMBINATIONS
Enjoy unlimited use of FITPASS classes and membership entrance to our facility.  Advanced registration for  Spin Classes  still required.

1 Month Membership/FITPASS COMBO    $35/month
3 Month Membership/FITPASS COMBO   $80
6 Month Membership/FITPASS COMBO   $135
Annual Membership/FITPASS COMBO      $240

 

PERSONAL TRAINING           

Let us help you attain your fitness goals. Certified Trainer, Joe Malinn can meet with you individually or in a group to help achieve your fitness goals and design a routine specifically for you and the fitness level you would like to achieve. Whether it be strength training, core conditioning, weight loss or sports conditioning, let us help you get on your path to a healthier lifestyle. 

1. Private:

One Session (one time): $30
Five Sessions (five times): $150
Ten Sessions (ten times): $300

2. Semi Private (2-3 people)

One Session (one time): $40
Five Sessions (five times): $175
Ten Sessions (ten times): $350

Mutual days and times will be set up with fitness professional and client(s).

 

3,000 SQ. FT. CO-ED FITNESS AREA

NEW! Life Fitness Circuit                         
5 new Life Fitness treadmills (3 with televisions!)
30 free weight stations    New! 10 Spin Bikes!
High/low lat machine       Decline/Incline Bench
Preacher curls                       Dip bars        
Roman chair                          Squat rack
Exercise balls Medicine balls
Smith machine Multiple flat benches
Standing leg curl Glute master
Leg press Bench Leg sleds
Olympic plates =3,000 lbs
50 Dumbbell sets 3 lbs-120 lbs

Cardio Equipment Includes:

2 Rowers 3 Steppers
2 Recumbent bikes 7 Treadmills
4 Cross trainers 4 Upright Exercycles
11 Pyramid Fitness Stations 4 Elliptical Machines

 



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SHARE your TALENT!  Looking for new class instructors in youth sports, fitness, sewing, adult art and more!  Have a talent you would like to teach others?  Come by the Civic or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it with a course proposal.



    

 

 


 

On-Line Registration

 

If you already have an account...  after you "click HERE to register", you will see a "log in" link.
Try to request a new password.  If it recognizes you, you already have an account.  If not,
create a new account.

SPRING AND SUMMER PROGRAM REGISTRATION STARTS FEB 15


 Do not wait to register........click HERE to register

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Ed2Go Classes, click on the following link: http://www.ed2go.com/norwood/

  



Floor Hockey

NORWOOD RECREATION FLOOR HOCKEY

COACHES MEETING - DEC 2 5PM

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 SCHOOL OF DANCE

 

School of Dance
 5 & 10 Year Awards 

 

 

 

 

 

Dance Like There's No Tomorrow

 

 

 

    NORWOOD RECREATION SCHOOL OF DANCE

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PARKS AND ATHLETIC FIELDS

 

FIELD STATUS: All fields are OPEN


PARKS & ATHLETIC FIELDS

Norwood is experiencing an overwhelming number of requests for field space for many youth and adult sports, with many parks seeing an increase in the number of people, cars, and trash.  IN order to keep our children and parks safe, we ask that everyone visiting a Norwood park or field follow these guidelines:

· Pick up trash and dispose of properly.  Trash attracts bees and animals.

· Trash is picked up on Mondays and Fridays.  If barrels are full, please remove your trash from the site.  Some school sites do not have barrels due to the number of allergies to bees.

· Report any unsafe field conditions immediately to a league supervisor or to the Recreation Department.

· Park your vehicle in designated areas only.  If parking on the street is necessary, park in a manner that will allow emergency vehicles to access the fields and neighboring homes.  Parking in crosswalks and in front of hydrants is illegal and unsafe.  Never park on the grass!

 

FIELD PERMITS     icon 2016 FIELD application

All organized groups must have a permit to use a field.  Please contact Howard Weinstein at the Civic Center and fill out a field request form.  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 

 


 

 Norwood Day  2016

 

Thank you to all involved in Norwood Day 2016.  Norwood Day 2016 will be held on Saturday, September 10th.

9:30am-3:00pm

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Enjoy Live local entertainment, clowns, games, prizes, crafters, food, sidewalk sales, kiddie rides, business groups, and town department displays!

Norwood Day Buttons will help support activities and allow for free food tasting, kiddie rides, trolleys, rock climbing and racing.  Cost of buttons before event are $3.00 each, ($5.00 day of event) 

Parade starts at 9:30am at the Library, goes through town and ends at the Walter J. Dempsey gazebo.


 

 

It seems that, every year, Norwood Day continues to grow in both attendance and a greater variety of activities for its residents.  This year we reached an estimated 16,000 people and provided a new Interactive Van- Games 2 Go.

The success of Norwood Day would not be possible without the continuous support from our business community who share our vision.  A big “Thank You” to the Town Square Diner (who, every year, generously donates a hearty breakfast to start us off), the Norwood Bank,  Chestnut Hill Realty, Lustra Cleaners, Dedham Savings, Gillooly Funeral Home, Republic Plumbing.

We would also like to thank the Norwood Town Departments who always help on Norwood Day:  Department of Public Works, Police Department, Fire Department, Light Department, School Department, Engineering Department, REACT, and the Recreation Department.

In addition, we would like to thank all those who helped make Norwood Day the great  day it has become:  Committee Members and Volunteers-Linda Berger, Dan Burns, Jack Chamberlain, Martha Colamaria, Bernie Cooper, Dolores Elias, Mike Lyons, Lee Kennedy,  Joe Greeley,  Kevin McDonough, Rick Morison, Ernie Paciorkowski, Paula Pelaggi, Linda Rau, Reggie Regan, Jean Taylor, Howard Weinstein,  Jim Nassif,  Mary and Mary Kate Taggart, Dorothy Prevoir, Joe Malinn, Joanne Gleason, Linda Reilly,  the Freshmen Football Team who helped us to set up early in the morning, and the boys J.V. Soccer, who helped us to take everything down.

 

 


PAST VENDORS

NORWOOD BANK
REPUBLIC PLUMBING
LUSTRA CLEANERS
CHESTNUT HILL REALTY
DEDHAM SAVINGS
GILLOOLY FUNERAL HOME
ELLIS NURSING HOME
NORWOOD CADILLAC
"CONSIDER IT DUNN"

PAST FOOD TENT

Vico's
Café Victoria
Sahbu Lee
Sky
Olivadi's
Kennedy's Public House
One Bistro
Sons of Shefany's
Bertucci's
Georgios Pizza
Lewis'
2Beriut

Norwood Day Fireworks - sponsored by Furlongs Candies, Gallery Group & Jake & Joes

SEPTEMBER 9TH, activities start at 6pm

at the Coakley Middle School

 

ANNE T. LYDON VOLUNTEER OF THE YEAR AWARD

 

The spirit of Norwood has always been its volunteers who come and share their time, labor, and finances to make Norwood a better place to call home, and enhance the quality of life for its residents.

No one epitomized volunteerism as Anne Lydon did.  She was the first to raise her hand and volunteer for so many groups, charities, and town activities.  It is with this thought in mind that the Norwood Day Committee will honor the Volunteer of the Year.

Anyone interested in nominating a Volunteer of the Year may do so by dropping off the nominee’s name and a paragraph bio of his/her services to Norwood at the Civic Center, or you can go on our website and also do the same (norwoodma.gov)

 

 

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 Pool Information

POOL HOURS

FATHER MACS

12NOON-1PM: ADULT SWIM
1PM-7PM: OPEN SWIM

 CLOSES AUG 24


HAWES


SPRAY PARK 9AM-12PM, 1PM-7PM
POOL 1PM-7PM

CLOSES AUGUST 19

   

MUST provide proper photo ID and proof of residency at time of purchase!

· Tags are valid for the entire summer season, from when pools open until close.

· Must be purchased in person at the Civic Center.

· Must be brought with you to the pool and shown to staff before entering.

· Tags are NON-REFUNDABLE, if you LOSE your tag you MUST purchase a new one.

· Tags are NON-TRANSFERABLE, only valid for the person that purchased.

· You MUST have a tag whether you enter the water or not.

POOL TAG FEES

Seniors (Ages 62+)                                   $11.00

Children and Adult                                    $22.00

Family (Must live in same household)         $110.00

One Day Pass                                           $5.00 

POOL SCHEDULE

Pool schedule is subject to change, staff will post and announce changes as soon as possible.  Additional aquatic programs may be happening at the pools during certain general swim hours, but space will still be reserved for general swim.  Hawes Pool will close during swim meets, schedule will be posted on bulletin board at Hawes.   

WEEKLY : 12PM-7PM 

POOL RULES NORWOOD RECREATION DEPARTMENT


 

POOL SAFETY RULES

1. Visitors must wear proper swim attire and have a current pool pass attached on your person at all times.  One day passes can be purchased at the Civic during the week.

2. Food, drinks, and chairs are not permitted in the pool area.

3. All patrons must take a shower prior to swimming in the pool.

4. Walk; do not run in and around the pool facility.

5. Spitting, spouting or nose-blowing in the pool is strictly prohibited.

6. Dangerous practices are prohibited.  Patrons may not run on decks; climb, sit or jump from fences; dive in shallow, or dunk, push, pull or unnecessarily splash swimmers or other horseplay may be asked to leave by lifeguards.

7. Floatation devices are prohibited.  Only items labeled “Certified by US Coast Guard” may be allowed in the pool area.

8. Children who are not toilet-trained and less than four years old will be allowed in the pool only if they wear a swim diaper and a swim suit.  Cloth or disposable diapers are not accepted.

9. Persons with open cuts, sores, bandages, colds, coughs or communicable diseases are not permitted in the pool.

10. Swimmers under the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult.  Those under 6 must have parent inside the pool area.

11. Emergency procedures must be observed.  Swimmers must leave the pool area upon the signal or request of a lifeguard.

12. Foul or abusive language will not be tolerated.

13. Smoking or the use of drugs is not permitted on the property.

14. No children older than 5 or taller than the spray park gate entrance are permitted in the spray park.  All children must be supervised by an adult.

* The Norwood Recreation Department reserves the right to add or modify rules.

* The Norwood Recreation Department reserves the right to ask anyone to leave for failing to  follow pool policies.

ONLY NORWOOD RESIDENTS ARE ALLOWED TO USE THE  POOLS

 

    

 


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