Special Events

Warminster Township Parks & Recreation Department provides a series of year-round special events to all local residents. Pre-registration is required for some events as listed. Sponsorship and volunteer opportunities are available for most events. For more information, contact the Parks & Recreation Department at 215-443-5428 or visit our offices at WREC@WCP, 1100 Veterans Way, Warminster.


22nd Annual Rubber Ducky Regatta 

Sunday, May 21, 2017
@ 1:00 PM
held at Kemper Park – 905 Valley Road, Warminster, PA

Tickets Sold Online, at Parks & Rec. (1100 Veterans Way); Warminster Library, Township Building or Citadel Credit Union

WIN up to $500

Tickets are $5/ducky or 5 duckies for $20

Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful by coordinating or volunteering for a community cleanup, any day, April 1-May 31, 2017. Volunteers are invited to clean up park & public areas in the community. Parks & Recreation will supply volunteer certificates, safety vests, gloves & trash bags (courtesy of PennDOT) to all who register. Contact the Parks & Recreation Department for more info: (215) 443-5428.

Penn State Applied Research Laboratory will open their doors for these unique recreation opportunities. Both classes are held at the Chamber, 300 E. Bristol Road – use the Penn State gate entrance on Bristol Road. Classes are free, but you must pre-register as space restrictions limit group to 20 people. Call Parks & Rec: 215-443-5428.

Fundamental of Antenna Measurements in an Anechoic Chamberonline_reg
Friday, March 24, 2017 at 10 AM (Must pre-register!)
The most common use for an anechoic chamber is the frequency measurement of antenna performance. The Penn State Anechoic Chamber staff will present an informative talk on the fundamentals of antenna measurements and will show some basic antennas and how they work, as well as provide a demonstration of an actual antenna measurement.

online_regWireless Toolbox
Friday, June 16, 2017 at 10 AM (Must pre-register!)
We’ve all been frustrated by poor signal level bars on our cell phones, GPS not locating you or signals to weak for your entertainment system to handle. A radio frequency/wireless engineer will explain why these problems happen, what to look for when they do, and what tools to use to best try to fix them. Come with questions and we will try our best to answer them! Great opportunity for the technology challenged as we will make sure you understand the answer without a lot of technical jargon.

Warminster VFW #6493 presents:
Monday, May 29, 2017 @ Township Bldg., 401 Gibson Ave.
* Ceremony: begins @10 AM; Parade begins at 11 AM (weather permitting)
PARADE ROUTE!! – starts at the Township Building, east on Henry Ave, north on York Rd, east on Street Rd, north on Louis Drive, parade ends at the VFW Post on Louis Drive. For more info, call Ron @ VFW (215) 773-0693.

Sunday, June 18, 2017 from 7:30-11:30 AM @ Peace Valley Park, New Britain
A catch and release Derby for boys and girls ages 5-15 years. Pre-registration is required before June 9, 2017. The first 100 registered receive a free “goodie” bag. Fees: $7/child or $13/family of 2 children or more (No refunds). Bring a bucket, bait, fishing pole, net, and barbless hooks. Children under 14 years must be accompanied by a parent or adult 18 years or older. Register on-line at www.doylestownrec.com Sponsored by the Bucks Co. Parks & Recreation, Doylestown, Warminster, and Warwick Townships, Bucks Co. Conservation District, & Fish ‘N Tails Guide Service.

Pennsylvania Recreation & Park Society (PRPS) & DCNR, in cooperation with communities across the state, have created an “Explore PA Local Parks” program as part of the “Good For You, Good for All” initiative. The goal is to get as many people as possible out exploring local parks and enjoying the positive benefits of recreation. Go to http://maps.dcnr.pa.gov/localparks/ and enter in the name of municipality that you wish to visit.

online_regTo bring more children into our park during the summer months, Parks & Recreation has partnered with Geoventures, Inc. to host fun environmental camps that appeal to all ages. Camps will be held outdoors at Warminster Community Park. More Information available online or call 215-448-5428.

DATE: Mon-Thurs, June 26-29 or August 7-10 (Friday Raindate}
FEES: $115/resident, $120/non-resident
For Ages 5-8
It’s a jungle out there and Nature Explorers are heading out on an adventure to explore the outdoors and the thrilling plants and animals where they dwell.

DATE Mon-Thurs, June 26-29 or August 7-10 (Friday Raindate)
FEES: $115/resident, $120/non-resident
For Ages 9-13
Have what it takes to be an outdoor survivor? This camp introduces the world of wilderness survival using ancient skills and modern tools.

Wednesday, June 21 starting at 2:00 PM. FootGolf is the latest craze and takes half the time! Instead of using a club to hit a ball, FootGolf is more like soccer as players kick a ball into the large hole – it’s easier and even more fun! Families are invited to join us for an afternoon – Nine holes of a fun combination of golf and soccer with prizes, raffles and food.
Fees: $20/person; $70/foursome