For the Parks & Recreation Department, the cooler days of fall mean an impressive new line-up of engaging programs and events for all ages and abilities. We encourage you to take advantage and experience why College Station is one of Texas’s premier places for parks, recreation, and tourism. Continue reading With cooler days ahead, registration is underway for our fall recreational programs
While the Parks and Recreation Department can’t provide the sprawling field and social interaction of a traditional Easter egg hunt this year, we can offer eggs and fun with a free, drive-thru Easter Egg-stravaganza from 4-7 p.m. on Thursday, April 1, at the Meyer Senior and Community Center. Continue reading Egg-stravaganza offers safe way to celebrate Easter
Our CPR blended learning format is for ages 12+ and combines online learning and in-person skills with instruction like what you receive in traditional classes. But blended learning reduces the time needed for class and allows you to finish the online learning at your own pace. After completing both portions, you’re issued a two-year certificate from the American Red Cross. Continue reading Master life-saving CPR through blended learning
The recent rise in local COVID-19 cases has led the Parks and Recreation Department to delay the reopening of senior programs at the Lincoln Recreation Center and Meyer Senior and Community Center. Limited programs had been scheduled to resume on Jan. 19. We’ll re-evaluate the program every two weeks starting on Jan. 25. Continue reading Reopening of city’s senior programs delayed
The Parks and Recreation Department is delighted to start 2021 by welcoming senior adults (ages 55+) back to our facilities. The staff has worked diligently on a smooth return to our programs in the safest possible way. The Meyer Senior and Community Center and Lincoln Recreation Center open for limited programming on Tuesday, Jan. 19. Continue reading Senior programs return Jan. 19 on limited basis
By Kelli Nesbitt, Parks & Recreation Marketing Coordinator
The College Station Parks & Recreation Department and Brazos Valley Marine Corps League have rescued 1,120 Parks Pals that need a home. That’s 272 dogs, 291 cats, 290 rabbits, and 267 unicorns, to be exact.
Typical Parks Pals are sad balls of fur until someone adopts them, names them, loves them, and takes them on adventures. You know you’ve always wanted one.
Here’s your chance — and they’re free. Continue reading “Which furry Parks Pal will you adopt?”