Wolf Pen Creek Park offers respite during pandemic

Wolf Pen Creek Park offers respite during pandemic

When the city developed the first phase of Wolf Pen Creek Park in the early 1990s, it never envisioned that 30 years later, open spaces would provide a safe venue for events and gatherings during a global pandemic. The 63-acre park’s beautiful trail system has become a favorite place to enjoy the fresh air and get much-needed exercise. Continue reading Wolf Pen Creek Park offers respite during pandemic

How you can help save the monarch butterfly

How you can help save the monarch butterfly

Throughout March, The Parks & Recreation Department is giving away free bags with information on how you can help save the monarch butterfly. We’re even throwing in activity sheets, Butterfly Retreat seed packets, coloring sheets, and more. If you have a bit of a spare garden space to plant native milkweed and other nectar-producing plants, we encourage you to become part of this worthwhile community effort. Continue reading How you can help save the monarch butterfly