Tag: staunton parks and recreation
A children’s farmers market hosted by Staunton Parks and Recreation in 2014 has gained statewide recognition from the Virginia Recreation and Park Society.
Over the last eight years, the community has been making a difference in the lives of teenaged girls through the All Girl Conference, a program sponsored by Staunton Parks and Recreation and designed to help empower area teenaged girls.
Staunton Parks and Recreation is moving forward sooner than expected with a natural playground, thanks to $8,000 in grant funding.
Parks and Recreation departments have the power to strengthen communities, transform lives and protect the future. That’s why this year, Staunton Parks and Recreation joins cities across the country in celebrating the power of parks and recreation for the 30th anniversary of Park and Recreation Month
Staunton Parks and Recreation hosted another successful Spring Plant Swap at Montgomery Hall Park’s Administration Building on May 9.
The Staunton Parks and Recreation Department will be in full participation mode at Staunton’s Bridge Day on April 13th. The day that is dedicated to the city-wide effort to fund the restoration of a century old footbridge traversing train tracks and linking the Wharf and Downtown Business District to the park on Sears Hill, will be especially significant for the folks at Staunton Parks and Recreation. The Staunton Parks and Recreation Department will restore via a new sign- the park’s old name.
Aquafina Pitch, Hit & Run Wednesday, April 25 Join over 500,000 boys and girls(ages 7-14) during this exciting baseball skills […]