National Parks and Recreation Month!
Every person has a story from a park.
Every park has a history made up of stories.
This July, let's tell Ferguson's park and recreation story!
Playground Passport: July 1- 31
Are you just as obsessed with our playgrounds as we are?!? Stop by the Ferguson Community Center or print online throughout the month of July to pick up your “Playground Passport”. The passport will have all of Ferguson’s playgrounds listed for you to visit. Each playground will have a symbol that you will write on your passport. Once you have visited all 7 playgrounds, you will turn your passport into the Ferguson Community Center to be entered into a drawing for a prize!
Ferguson Park’s Photography Contest: July 1 -31
Throughout the month of July we will be hosting a “Park Photography Contest” to celebrate Parks and Recreation Month! We are encouraging residents to visit our parks and snap a photo or two. Once you have snapped your photos, pick your FAVORITE one and submit it to email@example.com. Our staff will select the top 4 photos that will then be voted on by our residents. Participants will be notified via email if there photo was selected to be voted on through our Facebook. Deadline to submit is July 30th.
Picnic in the Park
Come celebrate with us by enjoying FREE hot dogs, chips, and refreshments! Enjoy outdoor games, chalk, bubbles and special guests.
Date: July 17th
Time: 11:00am – 2:00pm
Location: January-Wabash Memorial Park
Movie Series Tailgate
Enjoy outdoor games, crafts, music, & more as we tailgate for the Ferguson Movie Series. After the tailgate, grab your chair and blanket and enjoy the showing of Raya: The Last Dragon.
Date: July 23
Location: Jeske Park
Ferguson Plays Outside
Stop by the Ferguson Community Center to rent FREE balls, disc golf discs, fishing poles, & recreational equipment! Then go visit our parks and facilities to participate in Ferguson Plays Outside day! Be sure to return all equipment by 8:00pm.
Date: July 31st
Time: 8:00am – 8:00pm
Location: Community Center / Ferguson’s Parks