Happy June! The kids are out of school and they are looking for some fun. There are tons of opportunities to get outside and explore this summer and lots of nature themed programs, too. Get outside if the weather is nice and if the weather is not cooperating, head indoors to learn about the great outdoors…
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Spring has sprung! Flowers are blooming and the sun is shining; it is the perfect time to celebrate our beautiful planet with some nature themed fun. Gather the entire family to celebrate Earth Day with an exciting event from this great guide.
Friday, November 2 LETTERS TO SANTA, LETTERS FROM SANTA During business hours of several Kenton County businesses, see website for details. Santa’s workshop is really humming this time of year. He is busy checking the naughty and nice list and reading letters from children. Drop off your own letter to Santa at a special… Read more »
Kenton County Parks & Recreation and the Kenton County Public Library are teaming up to present: Third Tuesday Nature Series. These free, educational and nature themed programs will meet the third Tuesday of the month at Lincoln Ridge Park (Shelterhouse 3) from 6:30 – 8 p.m. Program Dates and Topics: Tuesday, May 15, 2018 Gardening… Read more »
Kenton County Parks & Recreation will host Sugar Camp 2018: Making Maple Syrup on March 7 – 10 in Middleton-Mills Park at Shelterhouse 2 (3415 Mills Road, Covington). 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… Read more »
Kenton County Parks & Recreation (KCP&R) is making it easier for citizens to stay up to date when adverse weather affects sporting events and field availability. KCP&R has invested in Rainout Line, which includes several new ways to check the status of a field. The new number that will only provide field availability is 859-544-1700…. Read more »
Kenton County Parks & Recreation is looking for adult teams for their recreational softball 2016 season! Monday Men’s Church B league and the Friday Co-Ed league both have availability for teams to join. Ideally, there will be eleven teams in each league with as many as twenty players on a roster during regular season. Teams… Read more »