The Town of Eatonville Recreation Department’s mission is to provide enriching recreational activities for the community. It is also our mission to acquire, develop, operate, and maintain parks and facilities in a recreation system which will enhance the quality of life for the residents and visitors alike, and preserve it for the future generation. The Town of Eatonville Recreation Department’s vision is to become a means of opportunity for the community. Our vision is to benefit all of our citizens, in any and every way possible, through recreational programs and events.

Eatonville Arts & Culture Youth Program

The Orlando International Film Festival and Lions Club has partnered with the Town of Eatonville Recreation Department to bring the Eatonville Arts & Culture Youth Program to our residents at the Denton Johnson Community Center!

We are looking for 25 excited children and youth, 15 High School students that attend Edgewater High School and 10 Students from Maitland Middle, Dommerich and or Hungerford Elementary.  

If you have a student that attends one of these schools and resides in Eatonville.  Complete the form below.  High School will focus on Video Production and K-8th grade will focus on the Arts. 

2016 Fall Youth Basketball

Come out and support!

Every Wednesday, first game starts at 6:00 p.m.

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Baking & Decorating Class

Things are getting extremely hot in the Denton Johnson kitchen.

Our students in the Baking & Decorating Class are really mastering their baking skills!

Do not miss the opportunity to master your skills in our next class.
For more information, call: (407) 623-1223

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Farm Share

Thank you to all of the volunteers, Councilwomen Angela Thomas, Representative Bob Cortes, and Farm Share.

Over 100 families received fresh and nutritious food.

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Eatonville Seniors

Eatonville Seniors takes on SunRail!

Last Thursday, many of our seniors rode SunRail for the first time.

Huge THANK YOU to the SunRail staff Sharon, Rick, and John for taking great care of our jewels.

Are you 55 years or older? If the answer is yes, then you need to get involved with the Eatonville Senior Program, based at the Denton Johnson Community Center (DJCC), offering a variety of interesting activities.

For more information, call: (407) 623-1223

Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns.

Thank you!