The Blinn-Bryan Theatre Troupe performs “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” at Shakespeare in the Park on April 29-30 at the Lick Creek Park Amphitheater. Admission is free but registration is required. Activity booths open at 5 p.m. with the performances starting at 6:30. Continue reading Enjoy free performances of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” April 29-30 at the Lick Creek Amphitheater
The offspring of monarchs that overwintered in Mexico will soon kickstart their multi-generational journey to the northern United States and Canada. The Lick Creek Nature Center celebrates the spring migration with a Monarch March on Sunday from 1-4 p.m. The family-friendly event is free. Continue reading Celebrate the monarch butterfly’s spring migration Sunday at the Lick Creek Nature Center
At the Lick Creek Nature Center’s Star Party, you can experience the nighttime sky while soaking in the remarkable away-from-it-all atmosphere of Lick Creek Park. The free, family-friendly event is Friday, Feb. 25, from 7-10 p.m. and features not only stargazing but space-themed crafts and activities. Continue reading Explore the glorious wonders of the universe at the Lick Creek Nature Center’s Star Party
This spring, the Parks & Recreation Department will conduct CPR and AED certification classes to help you recognize emergencies and equip you to handle a variety of first aid, breathing, and cardiac emergencies. We also offer babysitter training and wilderness and remote first aid certification classes. Continue reading Learning proper CPR can help make you a lifesaver instead of a helpless bystander
The upcoming new year offers a fresh beginning for the Parks & Recreation Department and an impressive lineup of engaging programs and events for all ages and abilities. Whether you are looking for a new hobby or want to catch a movie with your furry friends, we have something for everyone. Registration is underway – with no residency requirements. Continue reading The new year serves up a fresh lineup of captivating parks and recreation programs
At distances up to 3,000 miles, the annual fall monarch migration is among the world’s longest wildlife journeys. Fortunately for us, our ideal location allows us an opportunity to not only witness but to play a helpful role in the monarchs’ arduous journey. Continue reading Enjoy the annual monarch migration while playing a meaningful role in their grueling journey
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