Linden Department of Recreation Offers Various Virtual Classes for Youth

LINDEN, NJ – The City of Linden’s Recreation Department announced a variety of virtual youth classes that began in the month of October.

The classes being offered are the following:

Preschool Drawing: Participants ages 4-5 enthusiasm for art will be encouraged. The class will be held Wednesday, October 28 through December 9, from 4:00-4:45 p.m. (No class November 25) and repeated Thursday, October 29 through December 10, from 1:00-1:45 p.m.

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Caddo Parish Parks and Recreation: 2020 ‘Bugs, bats and bones’ goes virtual

CADDO PARISH, La. (KTAL/KMSS) – Despite the pandemic, Caddo Parish Parks and Recreation has found a way to hold the award-winning ‘Bugs, Bata and Bones’ event and keep participants safe.

This year’s 10th annual ever-popular event will be held virtually using a series of videos that will premiere at 3 p.m. Friday, Oct. 2nd on the CPPR’s Facebook page, and run at the same time each Friday in

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Travel Leaders Taps Robyn Benincasa to Keynote Virtual Conference

Bridge to the Future, a virtual conference exclusive to all Travel Leaders Network members, promises inspiration, networking, top-notch education and access to preferred suppliers

NEW YORK, Sept. 17, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Travel Leaders Network – one of America’s largest retail travel agency organizations – today announced that Robyn Benincasa, a top motivational speaker on leadership, an Adventure Racing World Champion and bestselling author, will be the keynote speaker

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Grand Rapids Parks and Recreation extends outdoor fitness classes, offers virtual fall classes

GRAND RAPIDS, MI — The City of Grand Rapids’ Parks and Recreation department has extended several of its free outdoor fitness classes through September, officials said Monday, Aug. 24.

Six of the department’s dance, cardio and yoga classes will continue to run through Saturday, Sept. 26.

“We know how important these fitness opportunities are to our community,” said John Judnich, recreation supervisor, in a press release. “We want to continue

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A rough September lies ahead for New York City’s tourism sector as major events pivot to virtual

The U.S. Open tennis tournament, New York Fall Fashion Week and the U.N. General Assembly meetings, which together attract nearly one million attendees and make every September an economic windfall for New York City, will be unrecognizable this year. 

The three high-profile September events have been dramatically scaled back, with limited in-person attendance and much of the activity set to be hosted online. Their dwarfed presence comes as New York … Read More