Although the coronavirus crisis is an unprecedented event for all of us, the Temple City Parks and Recreation Department is still your go-to resource for staying active and engaged.
While you and your family remain safe at home, we’ve found some creative ways to beat boredom, from fitness classes and STEM activities to virtual tours and online storytimes. Click on the following tabs to get started, and be sure to check back regularly for updates!
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Finally, although we’ve provided some coronavirus-related information here, please visit the City’s for a full list of available resources, updates and fact sheets.
TENNIS COURTS REOPENING WITH MODIFICATIONS ON MAY 18, 2020
Tennis Courts at Live Oak Park will reopen on Monday, May 18, 2020. For detailed information regarding the modified use of tennis courts please click here.
TEMPLE CITY’S GOT TALENT
We are now taking submissions for the 2020 Virtual Temple City’s Got Talent. Please visit the event page for more detailed information.
VIRTUAL ENRICHMENT WORKSHOPS - MICROSOFT PARTNERSHIP
The Parks and Recreation Department, in partnership with Microsoft, has put together a comprehensive virtual learning environment for youth and adults. All workshops are free and begin in mid May and run through June. Workshop topics cover reading comprehension, game coding, virtual museum tours, business building, and professional development. For a complete list of workshops and registration information, please click here.
ARBOR DAY POSTER CONTEST WINNERS
Congratulations to the two winners of the 2020 Arbor Day poster contest for Temple City. The two winning entries were provided by Nghi Ho (age 16) and Mia Tsu (age 5). In addition both drawings are posted on the City’s Instagram account @ConnectWithTC. Have a wonderful National Arbor Day!
More Fun Arbor Day Resources
New Video Content
Check out ourpage to see our latest video created by Parks and Recreation Leader Savannah Randall. This educational video explore the life cycle of a butterfly. Be sure to check in regularly to see new content.
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STORYTIME & PLAYTIME
take in jaw-dropping glances of Sunset Point’s hoodoo-filled canyons, followed by the night sky
OLDER ADULT RESOURCES
offers a wide range of protective measures along with important COVID-19 information