Wild Wonders program continues
Legacy Grove is halfway through the Wild Wonders Summer Program, which began on June 2. Participants have learned about seeds and studied nature, bugs, and recycling. Over 315 participants have attended the workshops, with four workshops remaining. The programs run every Thursday at ll a.m. and 3:30 p.m. and are free to the public.
Legacy Nights continues July 12
The third edition of the park’s popular Legacy Nights music series features The Ranahans and a local youth showcase featuring Sylvie Coogle, Kara Dedman, and Ian Slucher. Park officials have been overwhelmed with attendance and enthusiasm for the Legacy Nights events so far this year. The park has had hundreds of folks come out to enjoy music, good food, and great engagement from sponsors. Four more Legacy Nights remain.
Drum Circle at the Park — July 27
After the success of the drum circle in June with nearly 90 participants, Legacy Grove officials are planning to host another drum circle on July 27 from 6–8 p.m. The summer drum circle series is in partnership with Kent Coogle and the Family Resource and Youth Services Centers (FRVSC). FRYSC has funded extra drums for members of the public who do not have personal drums to participate. The park is grateful for their support.
There will be several opportunities at the park for volunteering including Legacy Nights and Park Volunteer days. There are many other park projects in need of help. Groups such as scouting troops or others are welcome, as are individual volunteers. Persons wishing to volunteer at the park may contact Hope at email@example.com for more information.
Information for this article came from Legacy Greenscapes. Visit their website at http://www.legacygreenscapes.org.