Lick Creek Nature Center field trips can get students outside and enhance their learning experiences. The free, instructor-led field trips offer kindergarteners through sixth graders an engaging outdoor learning adventure that builds on classroom topics. Continue reading Explore the trails at Lick Creek Park with your students during the 2022-23 school year
So, what exactly is pickleball, and why is it becoming such a popular sport? The City of College Station offers several places to play both indoors and out. Here’s a crash course on how to play, courtesy of USA Pickleball. Continue reading What is pickleball, why is it so popular, and where can you play in College Station?
Juneteenth commemorates freedom and is celebrated by bringing families and communities together. It’s a time for reflection, rejoicing, and learning about black history, culture, and achievements. We invite you and your family to celebrate at several free events this month. Continue reading Celebrate Juneteenth with a weeklong schedule of commemorative events in our community
What better way to celebrate summer than to explore the beautiful parks near your own backyard? With College Station’s 56 developed parks covering more than 1,793 acres, we have plenty of space and activities to discover. The best part? It’s free! Continue reading 5 engaging (and free) outdoor activities to help your kids escape the doldrums this summer
A lifeguard shortage has led the Parks and Recreation Department to temporarily modify the public swim schedule for Cindy Hallaran Pool, which was scheduled to open on May 31 but will now be closed on weekdays until June 13. From June 4-12, the pool will be open on Saturdays and Sundays from noon-7 p.m. Continue reading Lifeguard shortage causes temporarily adjusted hours at Cindy Hallaran Pool in early June
In June, the Lincoln Recreation Center invites you to meet, greet, and have meaningful conversations with Brazos Valley African American authors. Admission is free, and each publication is available for purchase. We’ll explore and celebrate the compelling variety of Black writers, whose stories span generations with an illuminating array of fascinating experiences – some in our own community. Continue reading Celebrate, honor, and learn from local African American writers in June at the Lincoln Rec Center