Spring Recreation Activities Available From Louisville Metro Parks

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Spring Recreation Activities Available From Louisville Metro Parks

Forwarded from Louisville Metro Parks notification:

Upcoming recreation opportunities through Louisville Parks and Education

With warmer weather in sight and spring just around the corner, Louisville Parks and Recreation is encouraging the public to get active and have some fun.

There are several opportunities for youths and adults to cure their cabin fever during the month of March and into late spring.

Adult Co-Ed Kickball

  • Teams ages 18 and older, minimum of seven teams. Games are on Mondays and Wednesday nights at Seneca Park, 3151 Pee Wee Reese Drive. Registration deadline, April 26, 2019. For more information, click here.

Spring Softball Leagues

  • Co-ed and men’s teams. Games are Monday-Friday nights at several local parks. Registration deadline, April 26, 2019. For more information, click here.

Senior Softball League

  • Ages 60 and older play on Tuesday mornings and 65 and olderplay on Thursday mornings at Camp Taylor Park, 4201 Lee Park. For registration information please contact Al Benniger at 502/458-7727 or Louisville Parks Athletics Office at 502/574-4515.

Youth Soccer Skills Clinics

  • Ages 18 and Younger at the Beechmont Community Center. With Louisville City FC. Free, Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. – no clinic April 13. Starts on March 16 with a kick-off event and ends April 27. For more information, click here.

Pitch, Hit and Run Competition

  • The annual Pitch, Hit, and Run competition begins March 30 at Petersburg Park.The competition will continue on April 6 at Wyandotte Park.Competitors ages 7-14 are invited to come practice throwing strikes at a designated target, hitting for distance and accuracy, and sprinting from 2nd base to home plate. For more information, call 502/574-4515 or e-mail Brady.Buckley@louisvilleky.gov.


About Louisville Parks and Recreation:
Louisville Parks and Recreation, a nationally accredited parks and recreation agency, manages 120 parks, 18 of which are Olmsted-designed, on more than 13,000 acres of land. Louisville Parks and Recreation also operates numerous youth and adult recreation programs and facilities, two historic homes, 10 golf courses, two arts and cultural centers, an outdoor performing arts theatre and two nationally-recognized skate parks. Its mission is accomplished by taking care of all parks properties and creating new ones, by providing safe and diverse recreational programs, and by protecting our public lands and resources for future generations. www.bestparksever.com

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