The annual K-9 Splash Fest will take place at Clapp Pool on Sunday, August 17, which is also the last day of the year for municipal pools to be open.
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It’s always a bit of a challenge on Valentine’s Day when you’re trying to get a little alone time with that special someone and you need to find something for the kids to do.
The Lubbock Parks and Recreation Department has solution to your romantic challenge – they’re offering two activity filled Valentine’s Day evening events for children, supervised by Parks and Recreation staff
Hunting access is only allowed on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays during the hunting season, and game permits must be purchased in advance with deadlines that vary by game.
Trees TO be planted in the at Quest Memorial Grove at the Buddy Holly Recreation Area.
Hundreds of attendees from across the state are expected to visit Lubbock for the event.
The Parks and Recreation Department is offering Flag Football league and a night in Maxey Park with paddle boats.
The City of Lubbock may spend over $300,000 on new pavilions. Is that the right move to make?
The Kids Fun Fest was originally scheduled for October 9th, but had to be rescheduled due to inclement weather.