Parks & Green Spaces

(Last updated: March 23, 2020)

**FUNDRAISER DEADLINE EXTENDED to June 1st, 2020:  "As we are all aware, there are many disruptions taking place across the country due to the COVID-19 siutation.  In particular, community groups and schools have suspended their activities until we are over the hump of this health crisis.  To assist you in your fundraising plans, we have extended our order deadline for HEPBURN to June 1st, allowing you an extra month to promote your SEED campaign.  Rest assured that we have all the products offered in our Spring Program on hand and we look forward to servicing your needs.  Thanks you for your support of our fundraising program."  (Vesey Seed Fundraiser Program).

NEWS:  Vesey Seed Fundraiser Campaign is going on March 4 to April 17, 2020.  Pick up a catalogue and order form from Post Office display rack, email to request one from Town Office, or contact Wendy Featherstone.  You can use the after hours drop box to leave your order (label clearly in a sealed envelope).  Funds go towards the Hepburn Centennial Park (see INSERT that was in your mailbox with March Howler!).

**WATCH FOR DETAILS COMING SOON about Hepburn Centennial Park project details, and the start of the Gazebo Project - spring 2020!

**GENERAL NEWS:  Hepburn Parks and Recreation Board has been reviewing current spaces that the Town owns and uses for activities year-round.    We are open to input about how we use these spaces and other community spaces for events, programs, and ideas.  If you are interested in booking any of these spaces for an event, contact the office to get more information.

Current Spaces include:

  • Little Park, located at corner of 2nd Street East and 1st Avenue South.  Community use for younger children is the typical usage for this park.
  • Ball Diamond / Ball Diamond Park, located at northeast corner of town, at corner of 3rd Avenue North and RR#3060.  Fair Days events are often located at this site, including Spring Adult Ball League, and soon Minor Ball teams.
  • Museum Grounds, located at end of Main Street, including trailhead seating area and little free library.  Fair Days venue are often located at this site.
  • Main Street Lot, located at the corner of 1st Street East and Main Street.  This is the current location for flag poles, seasonal flower beds, digital sign, and the new Crokicurl ice surface.