The Worland Community Center Complex (WCCC), is a Joint Powers Board owned community center, once funded through a Washakie County General Sales Tax, program revenue, and to date, $4,499,000.00 in Grant funding. The WCCC seeks to benefit Washakie County through the improvement of social services, educational opportunities, recreational activities, family unification, health care, and business growth. We have a state of the art conference training center and training classrooms, we offer community development, educational classes, health and fitness, and youth and adult sports, all located in our facility.
Call the WCCC for more details on our conference room, kitchen and other facilities at (307) 347-8616.
We can now book wedding receptions, banquets and large conferences with catering!
The WCCC partners include the City of Worland, the Town of Ten Sleep, Washakie County, the Washakie Development Association, the Worland Senior Citizen's Center, and the Worland Rec Board. The WCCC houses the Northwest College Adult Education, Washakie County Learning Center, the Tobacco Prevention Center, the University of Wyoming Washakie County Agricultural Extension, the State of Wyoming's Vocational Rehabilitation and Work Force Services. The WCCC has 2 gymnasiums which are generally open throughout the day. The gymnasiums may be booked or reserved so please call for availability. The WCCC provides many different sports activities for youth as well as adults, including, but not limited to: gymnastics, dance, karate, music, basketball, volleyball, soccer, flag football and softball. There are still many more opportunities yet to come. Contact the WCCC if you would like any further information.
Gun Show Applications: Click Here
Recreation Sports Registration:
To register for the following classes please call:
call Albert Vigil: 347-3911
Courtney Seghetti Dance Class
Now available in the front office, 8-5pm.
Ages 3-12 welcome!
For printable forms
Click Worland Rec Department to the left of this page
Spring 2020 Theme: Historical Engineering & Surveying
Put together by: Linda Abell and Mary Donnell