Valparaiso Parks And Recreation
VALPARAISO | Sunset Hill Farm County Park staff and community partners gathered around a couple yards of broken ground and bronze shovels Thursday morning for the Pond and Prairie Restoration Project groundbreaking ceremony.
VALPARAISO | The City of Valparaiso and the planning firm of Design Organization invite you to a public input session highlighting the potential concepts for the completion of Valpo’s Central Park Plaza.
VALPARAISO | Visit the Valpo Parks website for information on all programs at www.ValpoParks.org. Registration is available online for most programs, in person at the Parks Office at 3210 N. Campbell St., or by phone at 219.462.5144.
VALPARAISO | Zumba free at Fit Friday
Marian Dick, from left, Valparaiso Parks Department Director John Seibert, HealthLinc CEO Beth Wrobel and Valparaiso City Councel member Jan Dick enjoy ice cream Sunday afternoon at the YMCA Pavilion in Valparaiso, during an ice cream social event organized by the Valparaiso Parks Department…
Pat Beugert, of Valparaiso, creates her ice cream sundae during an ice cream social put on by the Valparaiso Parks Department and Pines Village Retirement Community. The event was part of the Elderstyle Valparaiso initiatve for older adults living in the city.
Laurie Mullet, from left, CEO of PInes Village in Valparaiso, sits with Pines Village residents Judy Bornstein and Laura Harting at the YMCA Pavilion in Valparaiso on Sunday to enjoy the Ice Cream Social organized by the Valparaiso Parks Department and Pines Village Retirement Communities an…
Valparaiso University student Kyle Ekberg, from left, John Siebert, director of Valparaiso Parks and Recreation, and recent VU graduate Katie Lavalley were among those who attended the Valparaiso University Athletic Roundtable meeting Friday morning to discuss ways to improve the school's sp…
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