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Recreation and Special Events

  1. SPRING FLAG FOOTBALL REGISTRATION GOING ON NOW

    March 24, 2018, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

    Co-ed teams now being formed for Spring Flag Football. Don't wait - we filled up slots fast for the fall season. Boys and girls ages 5-12 will play non-contact flag football at Donner Park on Saturdays beginning April 14th. T-shirts, trophies and championship games will be played. Parent meeting will be held April 11 @ 7 pm at the Gail Baker Center 2072 George St.

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  2. MARSH TALES IN MARCH @ DUTTON ISLAND FREE

    March 24, 2018, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM @ Dutton Island Pavilion

    Join Lynn Coalson, retired teacher, for “Marsh Tales” Story Time Saturday mornings in March! Miss Lynn will lead a kid -sized nature hike for children and their parents through the beautiful marsh habitat at Dutton Island Preserve. Greet our marsh critter friends like Rascal Raccoon, Fiddly the fiddler crab, Great Blue, and learn more about them through storytelling and songs. We tend to take care of what we love, and we love Dutton Island Preserve! FREE RAIN OR SHINE. Bring your water bottle and bug spray and be sure to wear boots or shoes that can get muddy.

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  3. WILD WONDERS!

    March 24, 2018, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM @ Pavilion at Dutton Island

    The Wild Wonders Animal Show proudly presents a musical journey of discovery using animals from around the world. Mike Rossi will be using instruments such as a guitar and an electric keyboard to make a fun and interesting program about animals for children. Children may be called upon to be part of the show by holding select animals, participating in group and individual activities and acting small bits. Costume pieces and props will be used. Mike Rossi has been educating/entertaining children of north Florida and southern Georgia since 2002. Children and adults will be delighted and perhaps enlightened about the wonders of our animal kingdom.

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