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November Parks & Recreation Monthly Newsletter

11/01/2015 | Carrie Ring, Marketing Specialist

There is a lot going on in the month of November!

  • The Desert Hills Par 3 Golf Course hosts the Grand Opening of Yuma’s only FootGolf Course on November 2nd!
  • A special GRAND OPENING CELEBRATION is being held on Saturday, November 21st from 10 AM to 4 PM for Yuma Territory Live Steamers, Inc.
  • The recreation crew provides information on just a few of the programs scheduled this month: Frozen Fun, an Adaptive Recreation Washoes & Cornhole Tournament, Yoga in the Park, and Senior Registration
  • A Park Social is scheduled for November 14th for Las Casitas Park residents
  • Another Community Paint Day is scheduled for the Stewart Vincent Wolfe Creative Playground (Castle Park) Rebuild
  • Desert Hills Golf Course honors our Veterans on November 11th by providing a free Ping Cap to those who visit and play a round
  • The Yuma Civic Center hosts the 25th Annual Colorado River Crossing Balloon Festival, the 30th Annual Ken & Betty Borland Holiday Pageant and Tower Lighting and the 45th Annual Yuma County Association for Family & Community Education Bazaar this month
  • The Yuma Art Center and Historic Yuma Theatre feature several events: Children’s Festival of the Arts is on November 7th

This Month's Feature: Miniature Railroad Facility at Riverside Park

In this month's newsletter, we offer you several recreational activities for people of all ages, and we catch up on the latest events and happenings from the City of Yuma Parks & Recreation department. There is so much going on; you need to bookmark our events calendar!


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