The Saturday, May 18, event at Shorty Howell Park promotes healthy family lifestyles.
Sunday, May 12
National Kids to Parks Day is coming to a Gwinnett County park in Duluth. The free event takes place Saturday, May 18, at Shorty Howell Park in Duluth. Families are encouraged to bring a picnic lunch and enjoy outdoor play, wildlife education and crafts. This is the National Park Trust's third annual National Kids to Parks Day, and officials say the event helps combat obesity and other ailments by encouraging a healthy lifestyle. For more information, call 678-277-0905 for Shorty Howell Park or visit www.gwinnettparks.com.
Gwinnett County parks offer activities for toddlers, teens, adults, and senior citizens.
Tuesday, August 28, 2012
There are 46 county parks in Gwinnett stretching from Centerville in the south part of the county to Buford to the north -- including Shorty Howell Park in the Duluth area and George Pierce Park in nearby Suwanee. The Gwinnett Parks & Recreation department organizes a variety of activities throughout the year. Below is the September lineup of events -- you'll find everything from basketball tournaments for children, club activites for teens and trips for seniors to enjoy. For more information, visit www.gwinnettparks.com. SEPTEMBER September 6 – Yellow Daisy Festival Senior Trip! More than 400 artists and crafters from 38 states and two countries display their work. Live entertainment such as clogging and crafter demonstrations throughout …