Celebrate the summer season with family and friends at the 5th Annual “Parks After Dark” program activities from July 6 to August 19, 2017
The City of Pasadena’s Human Services & Recreation Department in collaboration with the County of Los Angeles Parks and Recreation Department coordinate the “Parks After Dark” program in order to expand summer programming and increase the use of parks as social and community resources.
With a focus on youth and families, Parks After Dark offers surrounding communities extended park hours and activities on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings from 5:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. People of all ages can enjoy free activities that include sports leagues, fitness classes, arts and crafts, enrichment classes, teen activities, recreational swimming, and movies and concerts in the park. To kick off the summer program, the Pasadena Police Department will compete against the community in a softball competition 6 p.m. Thursday, July 6 at Robinson Park.
This year’s concert series is especially exciting and features Tribute Bands to the O’Jays and the Supremes, jazz bands and up-beat, high-quality live music. On Thursdays evenings, Villa-Parke’s “Dive-In! Movies” are not to be missed. Enjoy open swim and watch family-friendly favorites poolside!
The La Pintoresca Teen Education Center will also host “Teen Tuesdays and Thursdays” for youth ages 12 through 18 inside the Center located at 1415 N. Raymond Ave. from 5:00 – 8:00 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays, from July 6 – Aug.10.
For additional information, please contact Robinson Park at (626) 744-7330.