Thursday, August 4, 2011
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Last night, at least 354 residents participated in a free swim at the town pool and more than 300 enjoyed playing field games, eating picnic dinners and exploring public safety vehicles during the town's third annual Summer Fun Fest. A joint collaboration between the Fire, Human Services, Police and Recreation departments, the evening event was conceived as a way to provide Lexington residents with a fun, safe, outdoor event at no cost. So, with that in mind, we want to know, Did you and your family check out the Fun Fest last night? If so, what was the highlighlight of your evening?
Lexington's Human Services, Fire, Police and Recreation departments hosted the third annual Summer Fun Fest Wednesday, Aug. 3 at the Center Recreation Complex.
The Center Recreation Complex was crawling with kids and parents Wednesday, Aug. 3 as more than 300 locals came out for the town's third annual Summer Fun Fest. Men, women and children laughed, lounged and limboed at the evening event, which featured field games, a free swim and other familiy-friendly activities. Organized by the town's Human Services, Fire, Police and Recreation departments, the Summer Fun Fest was designed as a casual way for Lexingtonians to get together with their neighbors and town department members, and to have some fun -- for free.
Monday, August 1, 2011
Lexington's third annual Summer Fun Fest is scheduled for Wednesday, Aug. 3.
Lexington’s third annual Summer Fun Fest will take over the Center Recreation Complex Wednesday, Aug. 3, offering youth, families and other residents an evening of outdoor activities. Organized by the town’s Human Services, Recreation, Police and Fire departments, the Summer Fun Fest “has been planned with the goal of enhancing a sense of community for residents,” according to a press release. With the Fun Fest, the departments are encouraging families to bring picnic dinners to the Center Recreation Complex and partake in the free games, swimming and DJ-provided music along with friends and families. Use of recreation facilities, such as the track and basketball and tennis courts, is also encouraged and public safety vehicles are expected…
Monday, June 20, 2011
Answer this week's question, and we'll list your top five answers on Thursday in Patch Picks.
Each week, Lexington Patch highlights editor and reader picks of great local businesses, destinations, services, organizations, ways to spend a day off, and more in our Thursday feature called Patch Picks. We've looked at great places to watch sporting events, romantic restaurants and non-profits. This week, we want to know from you—What is your favorite family-friendly restaurant in the Lexington area? With numerous options to choose from, what is your favorite go-to eatery in town? Do you have a specific dish you tend to lean towards? Or do you enjoy trying something different every time you sit down? Provide your answers in the comments section below, via Facebook, Twitter or by e-mail. On Thursday, we'll highlight the top five on …