What’s next for Parks & Rec? I’ll let you know!

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We hope everyone got a chance to come out and enjoy the 42nd Honeybee Festival this past Saturday! After such an event you’re probably wondering what else Parks and Recreation has to offer. The next programs/event on our calendar are as follows: Tuesdays/Thursdays – T’ai Chi and Qigong at Kernersville Community Recreation Center, 8:30am Wednesdays … Continued

#PlayOnJuly Week 3

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We are having weekly challenges this month with the National Parks & Recreation Association and we want to see how you play this July. This week, July 17-July 23, we would like for you to show us how you advocate for parks, recreation and play! Send us your pictures for a chance to win a $50 Gift Certificate … Continued

#PlayOnJuly Week 2

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We would love you see what play means to you! We are having weekly challenges this month with the National Parks & Recreation Association and we want to see how you play this July. This week, July 10-July 14, we would like for you to show us your favorite Leisure activities! Send us your pictures for a … Continued

Summer Camp is the place to be!

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The kids are coming out to play! Summer Camp 2017 is filling up quickly, and we would love to have you here with us. With a handful of spots for the various weeks available, give us a call to get your spot. Sadly Week 3 (June 26-30) is already full, but all the other weeks have some … Continued

Ivey M Redmon Sport Complex Input Gathering

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Kernersville Parks and Recreation would like to hear from the community! We are applying for a grant to help us continue the expansion of Ivey M Redmon Sports Complex and would like your input. Visit our Kernersville Community Recreation Center on Tuesday, March 21, 2017 between the hours of 9:00am to 8:30pm, to see maps of … Continued

Fourth of July Main Parking Lot will be closed!

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Good Morning! We are removing some hazardous trees in Fourth of July Park, therefore two sections will be closed off today and tomorrow. Those two are the parking lot off W. Mountain St(by the skateboard park) and the front section of the park(parking lot to the first shelter). The remainder of the park is still … Continued