Top 5 Benefits of Parks and Recreation
Respectfully Submitted: Jennifer Jones, Director Lynchburg Parks and Recreation Department Parks and Recreation is an essential city function that provides countless value to our citizens. It is…
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Cultivate your Green Thumb with Parks & Rec
Whether you're an aspiring gardener, a seasoned expert, or just inspired by flora and fauna, we have the perfect classes for you at Lynchburg Parks &…
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Gift Experiences With Lynchburg Parks & Rec
When we think of holiday gifts, we usually think of physical gifts that you can leave under the tree and unwrap on Christmas morning. But, there…
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Become a Junior Naturalist
What does it mean to be a Junior Naturalist?As a Junior Naturalist, it will be your duty to protect our parks, trails, and natural areas during your…
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Winter/Spring 2017 Activities are Now Online
Oh, what fun! We're ringing in the new year (a bit early, might we add) by releasing the new Winter/Spring 2017 activities a few weeks ahead…
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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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Six Ways to Celebrate Earth Day
Turn off the TV, break out the bike, and get outside. If you haven't heard, April 22 is EARTH DAY! So, take the time to give…
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It’s Maple Sugarin’ Time!
It’s time to tap the sap! We’re tapping maple trees in Miller Park and hanging the special blue collection bags to collect the sap for Saturday’s…
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Four New Gardening Classes Offered This Spring
Come get your hands dirty with Lynchburg Parks and Recreation this Spring! Join us on Tuesdays from 2/23 - 3/15 for our new gardening classes, hosted at Templeton Senior…
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Two New Cooking Series at Miller Center
What's better than one new cooking series at Miller Center? Two! Over the next four months, Miller Center will host Indian Cooking with Mahabuba Akhter series and Cooking…
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