Looking for fun? Germantown is alive with opportunities to engage with neighbors, learn something new, celebrate holidays, experience arts and culture and live a healthy lifestyle. Choose a link or explore the calendar below to find your fun!
go! Germantown - Events, activities and programming from the Germantown Community Library, GPAC, the Germantown Athletic Club, Parks and Recreation, and Germantown's Bobby Lanier Farm Park are included, plus stories about Germantown neighbors and neighborhoods.
GPAC - Enjoy world-renowned performing artists in a variety of genres, year round educational activities for all ages including the GPAC Youth Symphony Orchestra, rotating visual art exhibits and many community events.
Germantown Community Library - Germantown Community Library offers wildly popular story times, book clubs, special events and learning opportunities for all ages.
Parks and Recreation - The department organizes many of the City's special events and offers playgrounds, programs, sports, farm park fun and a dog park.
Germantown Athletic Club - GAC is more than a facility with treadmills, kettlebells and pools. It's a place where fitness journeys are made, friendships are cultivated and personal limits are exceeded. Whether it’s Coffee Club, a Dive In Movie, our Annual Chill & Grill or a simple 30-minute date with the rowing machine, you will call Germantown Athletic Club your new home away from home.
Healthy Germantown - Whether promoting physical activity, healthy eating, or stopping tobacco use, Healthy Germantown provides the community resources to help citizens embrace a healthy lifestyle and encourage your neighbors to do the same.
Parks and Recreation Steering Committee Meeting
- Date: 02/09/2019 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
- Location: Pickering Center
7771 Poplar Pike
Germantown, Tennessee 38138
The Germantown Parks and Recreation Commission voted to reconvene the Parks and Recreation Master Plan Steering Committee to further review the possibility of how the Germantown Country Club property might fit into the Parks Master Plan. The action took place during the commission’s January 24 meeting following a presentation by Parks Director Pam Beasley. The presentation included details about how the acquisition of this property might align with the Parks and Recreation Master Plan that was adopted last year by the Mayor and Board of Aldermen.
The next step in the process is a work session where the Master Plan Steering Committee will discuss the opportunity. The meeting will take place on Saturday, February 9, at 9 a.m. at the Pickering Center. While the public is welcome to attend, no public comment will be allowed during the meeting. Instead, those interested in weighing in are asked to use the online form found at Germantown-TN.gov/Comment. All comments made by February 6 will be recorded, summarized and provided to committee members to consider while deliberating on their recommendation.
This action is the result of Mayor Palazzolo asking the Germantown Parks and Recreation Commission to explore the possibility of the City purchasing the property to be used as a park. The decision to reconvene the Master Plan Steering Committee brings a diverse group of park users and stakeholders into the process. City departments will provide information about the property to help the group determine the viability of the project. Cost will also be a factor in the decision.
Details from the Parks and Recreation Commission’s research and resulting recommendation will be made public as soon as they are finalized.