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How To: Dance by NumbersParks and Recreation

Need a new way to get moving? Rosewood Arts Centre Facility Coordinator, Claire Dorothy Zook , previously performed professionally as a freelance dancer around the world, and is now a local dance instructor. She put together a fun dance activity to help you get active, and most importantly, have some fun! (Check out Claire's helpful...

How To: Camera ObscuraParks and Recreation

Rosewood Gallery Coordinator, Paula Wilmot Kraus, provided this awesome DIY Camera Obscura project. This fun activity is part-art and part-science, just in time for International Pinhole Day on April 26! Camera obscura, which is Latin for dark chamber, is the basis for all modern cameras. You will need: Box: (cereal box works great) Tape: black electrical...

Art From HomeParks and Recreation

Art From Home! Need a way to keep the creativity flowing at home? Rosewood is here for you! Check this page regularly for new art activities that can be done from the comfort and safety of your own house. Making art is more important than ever right now. Studies have shown that taking time to...

How To: Mini Collage BoxesParks and Recreation

Here's a fun art activity you can do at home, provided by our Cultural Arts Division Manager, Shayna V. McConville! Needing a break from screens and desiring a hands-on activity, I created a fun and easy artwork using materials found around the house. I picked up one of my favorite books, Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, and...

Using Parks during COVID-19Parks and Recreation

*Please note that all playgrounds and the Rob Dyrdek/DC Skate Plaza are closed.* Additional Resources for Coronavirus 2019 https://www.cdc.gov/ https://odh.ohio.gov/wps/portal/gov/odh/home https://www.phdmc.org/  

This page will be updated with internal communications and information for Public Service employees.  Check the link daily for changes.  Thank you. Employee Updates 03-26-2020 Email & Employee Resource Packet 03-25-2020 Email to All City - Next Steps through April 26 03-24-2020 Email - Employee Update - COVID-19 03-19-2020 Email to All City from Acting...

Rosewood Virtual GalleryParks and Recreation

Tour Rosewood's Virtual Gallery! Mark Flake, Monsters and Cars and Arthur Kettner, Projection of Power This exhibition has been extended through May 17, 2020. Take a virtual tour of the exhibition through these short videos, or enjoy the exhibition images below!

Kettner Flake Gallery GuideParks and Recreation

Test PageParks and Recreation

Update 3/15/2020 3:30 p.m. PLEASE VISIT www.ketteringoh.org AND CHECK OUR SOCIAL MEDIA OUTLETS FREQUENTLY AS INFORMATION IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE OFTEN. Beginning at 5:00 p.m., on Monday, March 16, all parks, recreation and arts facilities will close until at least April 30, pending future directives from City or Government officials. Voting polls at the Charles...

Update 3/20/2020 PLEASE VISIT www.ketteringoh.org AND CHECK OUR SOCIAL MEDIA OUTLETS FREQUENTLY AS INFORMATION IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE OFTEN. All parks, recreation and arts indoor facilities are closed until at least April 30, pending future directives from City or Government officials. The City of Kettering is following guidance from the State of Ohio, Public Health...

PRCA COVID-19 RESPONSEParks and Recreation

Update 3/20/2020 PLEASE VISIT www.ketteringoh.org AND CHECK OUR SOCIAL MEDIA OUTLETS FREQUENTLY AS INFORMATION IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE OFTEN. All parks, recreation and arts indoor facilities are closed until at least April 30, pending future directives from City or Government officials. Parks are open, please see www.playkettering.org/covid19parks for guidelines to stay safe while playing outside....

The City of Kettering continues to monitor the impact of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) with information from the Centers for Disease Control, Montgomery County Public Health and the Ohio Department of Health to determine what steps to take to keep our residents safe. For now, we are asking residents to be ever vigilant when it comes...

Free Friday April 2020Parks and Recreation

If you’re like most people, you might have spent more time indoors this winter, eagerly awaiting the arrival of spring. Since this is Ohio, we can’t really ever be sure if it has truly arrived, but it’s safe to say it’s near. As you and your family venture out more this time of year, take...

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