PORTION OF RIVERWALK CLOSED FOR REPAIRS
Beginning Monday, August 8, 2016, and continuing through Thursday, August 11, 2016, a portion of the RiverWalk trail (a section of the Blackwater Creek Trail) located in…
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Save the Date for the Next Fairview Neighborhood Center Meeting
July Progress Report from the Fairview Neighborhood CenterThe community has been working hard to address several action items in an effort to revitalize the Fairview neighborhood.…
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The Tree Hugging Hippies Were Right After All | Part VI
This the sixth and final post introducing the Lynchburg Parks and Recreation Department’s, “Please Do Hug the Trees” campaign. If you haven't already done so, make…
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Call to Vendors and Health Agencies for HealthFest 2017
HealthFest 2017Lynchburg Parks & Recreation is accepting submissions from vendors, health clubs, and agencies for the HealthFest 2017, a Health and Wellness Fair at Miller Park,…
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Fairview Community Meeting Action Items are Put into Motion
06/01/16
The Lynchburg Department of Parks and Recreation, in partnership with the Lynchburg Police Department and other City departments, hosted a neighborhood meeting on Monday, April 25…
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Portion of Riverwalk Closed for Repairs
Contact:Andrew H. ReederPark Services ManagerLynchburg Department of Parks & Recreation(434) 455-5876FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: PORTION OF RIVERWALK CLOSED FOR REPAIRSBeginning Tuesday May 31, 2016 and continuing through…
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The Tree Hugging Hippies Were Right After All | Part V
This the fifth post in a six part blog introducing the Lynchburg Parks and Recreation Department’s, “Please Do Hug the Trees” campaign. If you haven't already…
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Graduates – Cap It Off Parks Style!
05/06/16
Congratulations, Class of 2016! It’s been a treacherous journey, but, you’re here. Graduation is upon you and maybe you have a perfect job set up, or…
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Take Your Aim this Summer with Our Archery Programs
Last year, we told you a little about what it’s like to spend a week at archery camp. This year, we want to encourage anyone 18+…
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The Tree Hugging Hippies Were Right After All | Part IV
This the fourth post in a six part blog introducing the Lynchburg Parks and Recreation Department’s, “Please Do Hug the Trees” campaign. If you haven't already…
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