WPRA News

A Message from the Wisconsin Park & Recreation Association

Local Parks and Recreation facilities are our “GO TO” for close-to-home recreation in Wisconsin. In addition to the many vital and diverse services they deliver, local parks and recreation contribute directly to social equity and the vibrancy of all Wisconsin communities. Children especially benefit from recreation services, offering them affordable or no-cost opportunities to play, learn, and grow. When our children thrive, our communities thrive.

​2017 WPRA Annual Conference Call for Proposals

The 2017 WPRA Conference Committee is soliciting educational session proposals for the “52nd Annual Conference” at the Kalahari Resort & Convention Center in the Wisconsin Dells. If you are interested, or if you are aware of a potential speaker, please complete the Call for Proposal request and…
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