Posts Tagged: Kenton County Parks

Come Out and Play!

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Join Kenton County Parks and Recreation for their first ever Come Outside and Play 5K on April 21 at 8:30 a.m.  Run along the hills of the Fox Run Golf Course on a paved trail in a race to benefit the parks. Cost to participate is $25 – $35.  Register online at kentoncounty.org or call… Read more »

Letters to Santa

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It’s the time of year when kids make wish lists to send off to Santa!  Kenton County Parks is ready to help deliver kids’ letters from Nov. 6 – Dec. 4.  The Parks department is teaming up with the Kenton County Public Library to set up Santa Express mailboxes (additional mailboxes are in the Kenton… Read more »

RSVP For Your Shelterhouse

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Kenton County Parks & Recreation are now accepting both walk-in and online reservations for their parks’ shelterhouses.  The shelterhouses, ideal spots for a summer party, are located at Lincoln Ridge, Middleton-Mills, Pioneer and Richardson Parks.  Cost ranges from $65 – $80.  For details on each shelterhouse, and to RSVP, call 859-392-1920 or visit kentoncounty.org.  

Write a Letter, Get a Letter … From Santa!

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Kenton County Parks is gearing up for the annual Letters to Santa program.  Kids can write a letter to Santa and drop it off at one of the Santa Express Mailboxes now through Dec. 5.  Take along a donation of a non-perishable food item or personal care item and receive a reply letter from the… Read more »

Make Your Reservations Now!

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Make your reservations now — your shelterhouse reservations, that is.  Kenton County Parks and Recreation is now accepting reservations for the upcoming season. New for 2016: reservations will be made at the Kenton County Public Works Administration office, located at 420 Independence Station Rd. (in Lincoln Ridge Park), Independence, KY 41051. These reservations are for the… Read more »

Sugar Camp is Super Sweet

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Step into the forest and back in time to experience life in a mid-1800’s sugar camp. Visit a working sugar camp, demonstrating the art and science of making maple syrup the old fashioned way. Steve Trauger, Kenton County Parks & Recreation’s Programs Coordinator will portray Mr. Elrod Tapper, an American frontier settler. He will work with… Read more »

Letters to Santa!

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Now through Monday, Dec. 8, kids can write a letter to Santa and get a reply letter from the jolly man himself!  Kenton County Parks & Recreation reprises their annual Letters to Santa program — just drop letters into the special Santa Express mailboxes.  Include your child’s name and address — although Santa knows where… Read more »

Prepare to be Scared on the Haunted Halloween Trail

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Kenton County Parks & Recreation and Dominach’s Taekwondo Academy are excited to announce the return of the Haunted Halloween Trail onFriday, October 24, from 7 – 10:30 p.m. The quarter-mile trail is t-t-t-t-torch-lit and c-c-c-c-creepy, twisting and turning thru a deep and dark woods! Even though it is lit (sort of), it’s pretty dark in… Read more »

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