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A Salute for Parks and Rec Month in July

ATTBikersPhotoIn celebration of National Parks and Recreation month in July, AHA salutes all of its partners at the parks and recreation departments–in each of Wake’s 12 municipalities and eight Wake County parks too.

July is a great time to enjoy all the benefits of parks–from health and wellness to nature to community spirit and social equity. We’ve got a few ideas to get you started–go out and enjoy the parks!

Here are a few suggestions to help you get out and enjoy the parks!

In Raleigh:

This July, Raleigh Parks & Recreation wants everyone talking about what they love about parks and recreation, and why parks and recreation are so vital in our lives! Take a picture of yourself/your family enjoying the parks during the month of July and share it on facebook.com/raleighparks or twitter.com/raleighparks

In Cary:

All Over Wake County

This July, go mountain biking at Lake Crabtree County Park in Morrisville, play volleyball at Crowder District Park in Apex, exercise yourself and your dogs at Flaherty Dog Park in Wake Forest, or visit the Nature Center at Bass Lake Park in Holly Springs.

Take advantage of what the parks and recreation departments all over Wake County are offering you! Why not challenge yourself to visit at least one park per week this summer?

AHA Updates
Free Workshop: Smart Solutions for Schools
September 12, 2017 [Tuesday]

Bike/Ped Planning Project Grants
September 12, 2017 [Tuesday]

Community Walkability Workshop
August 7, 2017 [Monday]

Free Summer Meals for Kids
June 20, 2017 [Tuesday]

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