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Recreation Partners

Recreational Partners

The list below includes many of the City's recreational partners who offer recreational programs to local youths and adults throughout the year.

Angkor Dance Troupe
The Angkor Dance Troupe provides an essential service to the community not met by any other organizations. The Troupe is the only nonprofit cultural group in Lowell, MA, whose sole mission is to preserve the traditions of Cambodian performing arts. The Angkor Dance Troupe develops and teaches Cambodian dance, promotes an understanding and appreciation of Cambodian culture, and provides a positive social and educational outlet for Cambodian youth.
Boys and Girls Club of Greater Lowell
Since its founding in 1900, the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Lowell has remained true to its original mission of serving at-risk and economically disadvantaged youth. Today, the Club offers the most extensive and affordable youth development programming in Lowell for boys and girls ages 7 to 18. Club programs provide fun learning experiences in three impact areas; Academic Success, Healthy Lifestyles, and Good Character & Citizenship. The Club has 2,000 members with an average of 255 boys and girls attending afterschool programs and up to 350 participating in summer programs each day.
Centralville Youth Sports
Team and league sports information for Centralville's kids.
Girls Incorporated of Greater Lowell
Girls Incorporated offers an innovative, research-based program in the out-of-school hours that values the potential of young people. Our philosophy and programming are designed to equip girls with valuable skills and resources, to prevent unhealthy behaviors, and to compensate for educational, cultural, and recreational activities our members frequently do not get at home or in school. We work with at-risk girls to boost their self-esteem, increase their interest in math, science, and technology, promote literacy, encourage them to get into sports, introduce them to money management and career development, reduce pregnancy risk, direct them away from drug use, and provide them with a variety of skills and interests that will help them positively in the future.
Greater Lowell Youth Hockey Association
The GLYHA is a non-profit organization serving Lowell, Dracut and Tyngsboro in organized youth ice hockey including learn to skate programs and travel hockey for ages 3 to 18.
Lowell Girls Lacrosse
Focused on promoting and introducing Lacrosse for girls.
Lowell Junior High Football
We are a free football league open to all 5th - 8th grade students in the City of Lowell.
Lowell Over Thirty Baseball
The Over Thirty Baseball League began in 1992 as a group of men who played pick-up games on Sunday mornings.
In 1993, it organized into 4 teams. Today, OTB consists of 16 teams and 240 players that play organized baseball in the
Lowell, Massachusetts area from April to October each year.
Lowell Parks & Conservation Trust
Our mission is to improve the quality of life for the people of Lowell through the creation, conservation, and preservation of parks, open spaces, and special places.
Lowell Pop Warner
Our General Objective is to inspire young men and women, regardless of race, creed, religion or national origin to practice the ideas of Sportsmanship and Physical fitness. Program available for children 7 to 15 years of age, financial assistance is available.
Lowell Youth Soccer Association
Focused on promoting soccer in and around the greater Lowell area.
Merrimack River Rowing Association (MRRA)
Non-profit rowing club affiliated with the US Rowing Association which encourages the amateur sport of rowing, both in its competitive and recreational forms, through active rowing, training, regattas, social and organizational participation.
Pollard Memorial Library
The Pollard Memorial Library is Lowell's Public Library in Downtown Lowell.  From Library passes, to teen program and events, children's programs, book clubs and more!  Visit us to see what you have been missing.
Shed Park Baseball and Softball
The Shedd Park Baseball Organization's Mission is to provide an organized mechanism for youngsters in the neighborhood of Shedd Park to learn the game of baseball and develop a spirit of teamwork and fair play while maintaining the highest standards of conduct and sportsmanship.
SJA Basketball League
A basketball league focused on promoting sportsmanship and fair play, supportive instruction, and friendly competition for the youth of the outlying Greater Lowell community.
UMass Lowell Boathouse, Kayaking, and Rowing
Let UMass Lowell teach you how to kayak or row on the Merrimack River.
UMass Lowell Campus Recreation
UMass Lowell campus recreation program for all ages, with scheduled programs running throughout the year.
UMass Lowell RecKids Summer Camp
Recreational summer day camp for kids between the age of 6-11.
United Teen Equality Center
UTEC's mission is to be a "by teens, for teens" safe-haven for youth development and grassroots organizing. UTEC provides a safe and multicultural place of belonging emphasizing the holistic development of Lowell's young people, ages 13-23, particularly those most often overlooked and labeled as "at-risk." UTEC reaches out to these young people through intensive street outreach, builds upon their unique strengths within a youth development framework, and creates opportunities to best support them in becoming agents of social change and organizers in the community.