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Christmas Tree lighting at Greenfield Lake Park!
Bring the family out to Greenfield Lake Park next to the amphitheater to watch the lighting of the Christmas Tree, then check out the free showing of the movie "Elf" at the amphitheater! The fun starts at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 3. [Read more...]
Fire in the Pines Festival at Halyburton
FREE Fire in the Pines Festival from 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 17 at Halyburton Park! [Read more...]
Riverfront Park project
  Phase I of the Water Street – Riverfront Improvement project is now underway. Below are some scheduling details: Prior to Riverfe... [Read more...]
Turf at Legion Stadium increases usage
Since the city installed artificial turf at Legion Stadium in 2011, the stadium's usage has increased dramatically. Read more to find out how the turf has saved the city money and allowed athletes to get more use out of the facility. [Read more...]
New playground at Robert Strange Park!
A new playground was installed at the Robert Strange Park earlier in July. The new playground is bigger than the older one, and is ADA accessible with ADA-compatible equipment. [Read more...]
Watch the heat!
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Summer camps!
Register now! [Read more...]
North Waterfront Park results
The city held a public meeting on Mar. 2 to present results of public input collected over 8 months on the North Waterfront Park land. [Read more...]
Christmas Tree lighting at Greenfield Lake!
Come out to Greenfield Park rotary wheel next to the amphitheater on Thursday, Dec. 4 for the annual Christmas Tree lighting! There will be entertainment from the cast of "A Christmas Carol," Santa and his helpers will be on hand, then at 6:45, the movie "Polar Express" will be shown in the amphitheater! [Read more...]
Miracle Field lights up night with solar power
The Miracle Field at Olsen Park, which is celebrating its first birthday this weekend, is getting a break on its power bill thanks to solar panels installed earlier this year. The donated panels are part of a 9,600-watt system used to offset energy costs for the facility. [Read more...]
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