With summertime upon us, folks are heading outdoors to enjoy the sunshine and longer days. Understanding how dogs keep cool – and what we can do to help – ensures our beloved pooches won’t overheat. With the help of the Aggieland Humane Society, we offer these sensible tips to help keep your pet safe this summer. Continue reading 6 smart tips to help keep your cherished canine cool during the stifling hot Texas summer
On June 19, 1865, Union soldiers led by Maj. Gen. Gordon Granger landed in Galveston with news the war had ended and the enslaved were free. We invite you and your family to celebrate the Juneteenth national holiday with three free events this month. Continue reading Celebrate the Juneteenth national holiday with three commemorative events in College Station
In this episode of “What’s Up, College Station?” Marketing Coordinator Grace Hallowell and Aquatics Supervisor Ashley Waldon talk about opening city pools over Memorial Day weekend and the packed summer schedule of youth and adult aquatics programs. Continue reading What’s Up? Video: The opening of city pools means an array of aquatics programs are here, too
If you drop by Southwood or the Meyer Senior and Community Center some mornings, you might think it’s a lively dance hall. Instead, adults 55 and older pack the center on those days for line dancing. The classes start June 5 and are included in our annual senior membership. Continue reading Expanded senior line dancing programs begin June 5 at the Southwood Community Center
Have you wondered why our community still seems packed with people when most college students are gone for the summer? The reason is simple – College Station is a sports tourism hotbed, and summertime is our busiest season! The Parks & Recreation Department will host 10 tournaments from May 27-Aug. 27, attracting about 38,000 visitors. Continue reading High-level summer sports tournaments to attract about 38,000 visitors to our community
In this episode of “What’s Up, College Station?” Marketing Coordinator Grace Hallowell and Parks and Recreation Activities Assistant Patrick Lewis discuss upcoming summer youth and adult activities, including camps, nature and health programs, board game nights, and even self-defense classes. Continue reading What’s Up? Video: Captivating youth, adult activities highlight summer parks schedule
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