Kernersville Magazine – June Edition

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The June Edition of the Kernersville Magazine is online. Our article highlights parks and their importance, as many individuals were able to enjoy sunshine at our parks as they remained open during this pandemic. It also provides a list of our town’s parks and their amenities for you to enjoy this summer. Read the full … Continued

Now Hosting Virtual Coding Class!

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Our second Virtual Program is here! We are working with After School Brilliance to offer this awesome Virtual Coding class! We will teach the basic of coding through fun games. Don’t know if this is for you? After School Brilliance has a beginners walk-through video that give you an idea of the information we will … Continued

It’s here! Our New Virtual Program!

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We are so excited to offer our first virtual class – Virtual Kids Cooking Class! We are working with The Tasty Palette and Chef Alex, to bring this interactive opportunity to you! Chef Alex will direct you on how to make delicious Chicken Stir-Fry! Kids MUST have an adult accompany them throughout this class. Limited … Continued

Everyone Needs To Be Counted In The 2020 Census!

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Completing the survey is quick and easy to do. You can complete your Census questionnaire online, by phone or on paper, by using your phone, tablet or computer, or simply grabbing a pencil or pen. Spending less than 10 minutes on what can impact your community in the next 10 years. Completing the Census helps … Continued

Summer Camp is Canceled

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On behalf of Kernersville Parks and Recreation (KPRD), we hope you and your family are safe and healthy during this time. Over the last couple months we have been closely evaluating the COVID-19 situation and how it affects our programming, events and camp. We have found ourselves in a situation we never saw coming and … Continued

COVID-19 Fourth of July Park Update

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Improving the safety at Fourth of July Park To encourage social distancing, the walking trails at Fourth of July Park have signs posted designating the trails for one-way pedestrian traffic. Please follow the sings to maintain safe social distancing when walking at Fourth of July Park. Stay safe and healthy!

COVID-19 Town Update

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Governor Cooper issued a new Executive Order today that implements more steps in helping to address the COVID-19 outbreak. Some of the important points of the Executive Order are: 1. The prohibition of mass gatherings is now moved to be more than 50 persons. 2. The following entertainment facilities are ordered to close at 5 … Continued

A Note From Us About COVID-19

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***UPDATED*** Over the past several weeks, we have been educating ourselves about COVID-19 and its impact in the Triad.  As a Town we are dedicated to best serve and protect our citizens and employees.  Based on the Governor’s recommendation of not having large events and gatherings (over 100 people), we have made some necessary decisions.  … Continued

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