What does the "Time Out" date mean?
When planning for classes, our instructors need a week or so to prepare materials and to receive their rosters. We encourage our participants to register before the “Time Out” date. If minimum enrollment is not met by this date, the class may be changed or cancelled.

Also if the class is full by that date, we may offer another class time or place your name on a waiting list for an enlarged class roster or another class date. Once the “Time Out” date has passed, you may still be able to register for a class if openings still exist. Some classes will be closed as of the “Time Out” date so materials can be prepared. Please plan ahead using the “Time Out” date as your guide.

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1. Are dogs allowed in City of Greenfield parks?
2. Can I register a friend/other family member on my registration form?
3. Does the City of Greenfield have any park shelters available for picnics, etc?
4. Does the department hire part-time staff / what age do I have to be to work in the department?
5. How can I find out if my program has been cancelled due to poor weather?
6. How do I register for programs?
7. Is there a discount for lower income families?
8. What does the "Time Out" date mean?
9. What is the Recreator and how do I get my copy?
10. Who can sign the registration form?
11. Who is considered a "resident"?
12. I have a program idea - how can I get my idea published in the Recreator?