Tullahoma's home for Youth Athletics!
13-15U - Registration and information coming soon. Season runs in late Spring/early Summer.
Registration begins in
Season runs from November to January.
Registration begins in August. Season runs from September through October.
Please note: Girl's Softball, Little League, Youth Soccer, and Tackle Football
are operated by private boards, not Parks and Recreation.
Are you an organizer of youth sports or large special events? Looking for a place to call home for it? Start here by reading the Event Application Guide, then complete the appropriate form for your event. Click the blue boxes below to begin.
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Host Your Tournament or Event in Tullahoma!
**Until social distancing regulations are rescinded, your event or tournament request must also include a written operational plan addressing your social distancing plan, participant/spectator screening, hand sanitizer/hand wash stations, restroom monitoring, and other elements of the Tennessee Pledge concerning Non-Contact Sports.
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Statement on the July 4th Celebration
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
June 11, 2020
Winston Brooks, Public Information Officer, 455-2648
RE: Tullahoma Fireworks Postponed until Labor Day to Honor Frontline Heroes
The annual Tullahoma Fireworks will be postponed until Labor Day weekend this year. The Covid-19 pandemic social distancing guidelines and the Governor’s restrictions on large gatherings create too many constraints on creating the best experience for spectators. Additionally, planning was not able to take place due to the uncertainty of when restrictions would be lifted.
“I don’t think we should cancel the event,” said Mayor Lane Curlee. “I believe people need an uplifting event to look forward to. We want to emphasize at this point that the event has not been cancelled, but rather postponed.”
As a result, we are postponing our community event for Labor Day weekend and planning for an event that will be dedicated to "Tullahoma's Frontline Heroes," those dedicated medical professionals, first responders, teachers, and all essential workers that have continued providing immeasurable community service throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
"We want to say 'thanks' to the essential workers, medical personnel and first responders who have been there serving us through this difficult time," said Mayor Curlee.
Lunch and Learn Monthly Programs
Each month, usually on the third Wednesday, we hold our award-winning Lunch and Learn program at D.W. Wilson Community Center. We have a speaker on a topics of general public interest and a luncheon to accompany. Lunch begins at 11:45 and the program starts at noon, lasting from 30 minutes to an hour. The cost to attend is $9 per person and includes lunch and the program. Advance RSVP is requested by calling 455-1121.
We have some speakers for the 2020 line-up, but if you have a suggestion for a topic, please reach out to and we'll get back to you shortly!