Cooperative Efforts

Cooperative efforts with the Parks & Recreation  Department

Boy's & Girls Club of Hancock County

The Boys & Girls Club offers daily after-school and summer programs, plus the following youth sports:

Baseball/T-ball: 
Boys, age 5-8
Basketball
Boys, age 5-15
Girls, age 5-13
Football
Coed Flag, K-1st & 2nd-3rd
Coed Ultimate, 4th-5th & 6th-8th
Softball
Girls, age 5-10
Volleyball
Girls, 3rd-6th   -   (information subject to change)

Girls Fast-Pitch Softball Association

The G.F.S.A. offers leagues for girls age 8-16. 
Greenfield Area Soccer Club

The G.A.S.C. offers coed leagues for ages 3-16 and girl's leagues for ages 8-15, in the spring and fall.  Travel teams are also organized.  
Greenfield Youth Baseball Association

The G.Y.B.A. offers leagues for boys, age 7-16:

Cal Ripken Minors
ages 7-9
Cal Ripken Major/Minors
ages 9-10
Cal Ripken Majors
ages 11-12
Babe Ruth Seniors
ages 13-16   -   (information subject to change)
GCHS offers use of their facilities for indoor water aerobics each winter.  Register at Greenfield Parks and Recreation-
(317) 477-4340 www.greenfieldin.org
The Riley Festival celebrates the birthday of James Whitcomb Riley, teh famed Hoosier Poet.  It is a weekend of fun, food, crafts and family entertainment held every frist weekend in October.  For additional information, please call (317) 462-2141 or click on the Riley Festival link above.
Riley Old Home Society
The ROHS is charged with the care of the Riley Old Home collections and teh perpetuation of the memory of James Whitcomb Riley.  Meetings are held each month at 7 PM in the Riley Museum.  To view a new digital collection of JW Riley's work, please see teh HC Library website at www.hclibrary.org . For additional information, contact the Riley Home at (317) 462-8539 OR (317) 477-4340 during the Riley Home off-season.
Hancock County Arts Council
The HCAC mission is to serve as a catalyst to foster and promote the performing and visual arts other cultural activities in Hancock County.  For additional information, please call Stan Crider at (317) 326-3400.

The HMHA offers the following programs:

  • -Hancock County Diversity Carnival
  • -Pennsy Trail Art Fair in June
  • -Kids Possess Positive Power Summer Camp
For additional information, please call Ann Osborne at (317) 462-2877.