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Is it graffiti or is it art? The City of Calgary faced that dilemma when it learned someone had placed humorous commemorative plaques on benches around Bowmount Park in the city’s northwest.

source: Calgary Herald

Paul and Karen Larson did not have any intentions of starting a theater company when they signed up their 5-year-old son for a park and recreation musical theater class in Chino. But at the end of six weeks, the group lip-synced a song from “The Sound of Music.”...

source: The Press-Enterprise

California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced outdoor playgrounds will be able to reopen for the first time since March, but with restrictions because of COVID-19. It's been a long six months. Swings are empty, slides are dusty and kids are missing their playgrounds.

source: KGO-TV

Equitable access to neighborhood parks has received renewed attention after the coronavirus pandemic proved how essential they are for communities. Studies have shown that parks provide health, environmental and social benefits. In...

source: KSAT-TV

The Vacaville City Council will consider a resolution to apply for grant funding to improve neighborhoods and parks in the Brown/Markham area at its meeting. In the 2018 primary election, California voters passed Proposition 68,...

source: The Reporter

Halloween Eve Eve Eve Eve is a mouthful, but saying "Halloween is happening soon, and we want more spooky events" sums up the spirit just fine. And that's exactly what the team at OC Parks, a group that oversees almost 60,000 acres of "parks, historical and coastal facilities...

source: KNBC-TV


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