The City of Pasadena Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department (PRCS) announced Parks Make Life Better Month in July.
By News Desk
Pasadena is home to 26 parks, each offering unique amenities and providing a sanctuary where individuals of all ages can connect with nature, participate in recreational activities, and create lasting memories. Throughout July, residents and visitors can enjoy a wide array of fun-filled activities and events designed to engage the community and showcase all that Pasadena parks have to offer.
This national observance is aimed at promoting the benefits of parks and recreational spaces that enhance the quality of life for residents and visitors. Parks Make Life Better Month also serves as a reminder of the significant role parks play in fostering a healthy and thriving community.
- Parks After Dark
Families are invited to Pasadena parks on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays, July 6 – Aug. 5, to enjoy FREE recreation and fitness activities, including glow sports, basketball, soccer, boxing, swimming, outdoor movies, and more!
- Community Volunteer Day
Join fellow residents Saturday, July 22, in various Pasadena parks for a day of cleaning park areas and trails. Help by organizing your own cleanup event at your local park. Gloves, trash bags, and trash bag drop-off locations will be provided. Contact ParksAndRec@CityOfPasadena.net to submit a request.
- Parks Make Life Better Month Fridays
During July, PRCS staff will wear “Parks Make Life Better” t-shirts to promote the month. Say hello and share why parks make life better for you!
- Nature Walks and Activities
Explore the wonders and tranquility of Pasadena’s parks by exploring the Arroyo Seco. Discover trails, the casting pond, and the archery range while learning about the rich history of the Arroyo area.
Whether you’re seeking relaxation, adventure, or a sense of community, Pasadena’s parks offer something for everyone. All are encouraged to participate in Parks Make Life Better Month and take full advantage of the opportunities available in Pasadena’s parks.
> Join the conversation on social media by using the #ParksMakeLifeBetterPasadena hashtag.
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