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Recreation, Enrichment, and Youth Programs

Norwich Youth and Family Services
75 Mohegan Road Norwich, CT 06360
Phone: (860) 823-3782 Fax: (860) 823-6031

Programs include youth development, juvenile justice, family involvement, mental health services, child welfare, teen pregnancy prevention, and community outreach.

Holiday Assistance Program provides gifts to children available to low income families during the holiday season. Application process begins around November 1st.

Norwich Recreation Department
75 Mohegan Road Norwich, CT 06360
Phone: (860) 823-3791 Fax: (860) 823-3830

The recreation department offers a full range of recreational activities for children and adults.

Boys & Girls Club of Southeastern Connecticut
Administrative Office: 59 Federal Street New London, CT 06320
Phone: (860) 574-9040

Core areas of programming include: Education and career development, sports, fitness, recreation, character building, leadership, the arts, and health & life skills.

Otis Library

  • Free museum passes:
  • Children's Museum of Southeastern Connecticut - 4 free passes
  • ​​​Old Sturbridge Village (MA) 50% off Standard Daytime Admission for one party up to 4 individuals with pass.
  • The Roger Williams Park Zoo (RI) $3.00 discount with Pass
  • The Slater Memorial Museum - Free admission with pass
  • Connecticut’s Old State House - 4 free passes
  • Custom House Maritime Museum - 2 free adult passes
  • Denison Pequotsepos Nature Center - 5 free passes
  • Florence Griswold Museum - Free passes for 2 adults and 2 children

Global City Norwich
66 Franklin Street Norwich, CT
(860) 304-8505
Global City Norwich brings culture, community and excitement to Downtown Norwich supporting a multi-year revitalization plan through hosting and supporting festivals and a multitude of local events.