TOGETHER WE MAKE PARK, RECREATION AND OPEN SPACE PROJECTS HAPPEN
Nantucket is a unique “Faraway Island” located 30 miles out to sea. The highest elevation is 30 feet. The National Park Service has sited Nantucket as a designated Historic Landmark. Over 60% of the island is protected conservation land and boasts public access to all its beaches.
Nantucket has a diverse Community which consists of a year round population, summer residents, and visitors. Nantucket is proud of it’s colorful history and people. Our year round population is approximately 15,000 which increases to over 50,000 during the summer months.
Parks are a vital component to our community. Parks improve the quality of life by promoting physical and mental health. Well maintained parks have a positive impact on economic development and increases property values. Parks protect our natural resources. Nantucket Parks are a place where all of our diverse community is welcome.
Recreation is essential to improving the health of our community. Recreation lowers stress, depression, blood pressure and controls weight. Team sports build self esteem and promote sensitivity to cultural differences. Nantucket recreation programs creates a stronger more connected community.
HOW TO HELP
Nantucket CPR is an independent, citizen led, nonprofit enterprise to mobilize people, and generate resources to protect and enhance Nantucket’s parks and open spaces. In a nutshell, we will make park and open space projects happen by bringing together neighbors, existing associations, park users, town resources, private funders and volunteers. We believe that vibrant, well-kept parks and open spaces are essential to support the community’s economic competitiveness, environmental and physical health, and cultural well-being. Our goal is to to unite the community to support local neighborhoods with small and large projects to enrich our community. Nantucket CPR is not a new model but one that has proven successful throughout the country operating as Friends of the Park, Park Conservancies and various others.
October 12th and 13th 2019 Our 2019 tennis tournament will be held at the Westmoor Club. There is no rain date for this event.Donations are tax deductible. Nantucket Community Parks and Recreation (Nantucket CPR) is a 501(c)3 organization. Thanks to our sponsors for making this event possible: The Tennis Loft Bruce Beni Nantucket Insurance New Read more about Columbus Weekend Tennis Tournament[…]
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NCPR-Family Pizza & Tennis 2019 FREE! BALLS & RACQUETS WILL BE PROVIDED. ALL AGES WELCOME JETTIES TENNIS, 2 BAITHING BEACH ROAD, NANTUCKET, MA 508-325-5334….email@example.com Sponsored by: NANTUCKET COMMUNITY PARKS & RECREATION JUNE 5 JULY 3 AUGUST 7 SEPTEMBER 4 Please come and join us!
November 2, 2018, Feature, by Richard J. Dolesh “How much more joy can you get out of life than being with your dog in a park?” asks Judy Trockel, one of the founders and driving forces for the past 25 years behind the dog park at Marymoor Park in King County, Washington. Marymoor Park has Read more about Designing and Managing Innovative Dog Parks – NRPA[…]
Photo Credit: I&M — DBW head: Rob McNeilStory By: Brian Bushard , I&M Staff Writer Posted Nov 29, 2018 (Nov. 29, 2018) Six years after the town disbanded its Parks and Recreation Department in the aftermath of the national financial recession, Department of PublicWorks director Rob McNeil visited the dilapidated Tom Nevers playground. As he walked around the little-used baseball Read more about DPW head talks islandwide plan for Parks and Recreation[…]
NANTUCKET CPR AT THE TOURNAMENT TABLE WOMEN’S FINALISTS MEN’S FINALISTS MEN’S FINALISTS AND MEN’S WINNER MIXED FINALISTS AND WINNERS ADDITIONAL GREAT PHOTOS…
In a special featured article from N-Magazine’s July 2018, article, Cheryl Emery, one of the Directors of Nantucket Community Parks and Recreation (NantucketCPR), was interviewed and photographed regarding the JFK Bunker in Tom Nevers, Nantucket Island. Full article from N-Magazine: July 27, 2018: PORTAL TO THE PAST by Deborah Halber Written By: Deborah Halber | Photography By: Kit Read more about NantucketCPR-JFK Bunker-Tom Nevers-Restoration Project[…]
“GET IN THE GAME!” NANTUCKET COMMUNITY PARKS AND RECREATION Please sign up with your Partner for our 1stAnnual Columbus Day Tennis Tournament. Deadline is September 22, 2018 There is a $75.00 donation per team. These proceeds will benefit Community Tennis programs at Jetties Beach. Our 2018 tennis tournament will be held at the Westmoor Club. Read more about GET IN THE GAME -NCPR 1st Annual Columbus Day Tennis Tournament[…]
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