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
We’re hiring lifeguards for our pools, instructors for swim lessons, and coaches for the Tsunami Swim Team. Pay starts at $12 an hour, and you must be at least 16 years old. If you’re not certified, American Red Cross certification programs are available. Continue reading Make a splash and some cool summer cash ($12 an hour!) as a lifeguard at our pools
The Parks and Recreation Department offers 20 captivating and diverse summer camps for kids ages 3-15. Whether you’re looking for outdoor adventure, interactive science, or active play, we have it all. New this year is an adaptive camp with activities adapted for each person. Our goal is to create exciting experiences through supervised, structured recreation in a safe and welcoming environment. Continue reading Your informative guide to our 20 captivating, diverse – and loads of fun! – summer youth camps
For two decades, the Starlight Music Series has attracted music lovers for free, family-friendly entertainment under the stars at the beautiful Wolf Pen Creek Amphitheater. Starting April 23, the tradition continues with five Saturday concerts featuring classic rock, country, Tejano, and zydeco artists.
Continue reading Popular Starlight Music Series enters its third decade with 5 dazzling shows at Wolf Pen Creek
The best way to explore the outdoors is with your best friend. But when your best friend is furry and has four legs, you need to find dog-friendly places. We have 54 parks with 1,791 beautiful acres to experience. That means you can explore a new park every week for an entire year! Continue reading Your handy guide to enjoying College Station’s dog-friendly parks with your furry best friend
With the arrival of warmer days and spring just weeks away, we know you’re ready for the fun and exhilaration of experiencing one of the City of College Station’s two splash pads. Are you for more good news? Our invigorating splash pads are open for the season! Continue reading Warmer days mean our invigorating splash pads are open at Central, Tarrow parks