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April - Easter Eggstravaganza
June-Aug - Family Movie Nights
Aug - End of Summer Bash
Sept - Oktoberfest
Dec - Christmas Caroling and Crafts w/ Santa
Elizabeth Park and Recreation District is looking for volunteers to help out with large events the District will be hosting. If you are willing to volunteer your time and abilities to make each event special for the entire community please sign up below. Thank you for your help!
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The Elizabeth Park and Recreation District and the newly formed Elbert County Agricultural Alliance (ECAA) is hosting an informational open house to present a plan on a proposed development of a Homestead Education and Resource Center in Cimarron Park (34560 Cimarron Trail, Elizabeth).
Proposed amenities will include greenhouse(s), gardens, pathways, small indoor and outdoor gathering / learning spaces, and restrooms.
The site will be used as a resource to educate individuals on sustainable homesteading, local agricultural, and animal husbandry practices. The Park Board and ECAA leadership would like to hear the thoughts and opinions of Cimarron Neighborhood residents as well as other residents of the District who may have an interest in the project.
Park Board Moves Forward with Splashpad Project! At its June meeting, the Board voted unanimously to begin the design process and purchase a new splashpad for Evans Park to provide residents with some much needed wet and cool relief from the summer heat. The District is working with Aquatix, a leading manufacturer in the industry, and looks forward to offering this exciting new park amenity to the community. This project was made possible through your support of 5A in November of 2017, which provided continued funding for the District. Thanks for your support!
Prickly Pines Disc Golf Course - The course is currently being re-designed and expanded to include 18 holes. Local course designers Cameron Burrow and Jeremy Priest are leading the expansion effort and hope to complete the course by mid-October. Feel free to use the course during this period, though understand that the official course layout and map is in flux. We have discs at the park office Mon - Fri from 9-5 available for use for a small fee. Remember to watch for other park users and never attempt blind throws. Use a spotter.
Please Pick-Up Your Dog Waste. As you will notice, the District has installed new pet waste stations throughout the parks. While we love dogs as much as you, please help keep the parks clean of dog waste and pick up after your pet. And remember, no dogs are allowed on athletic fields. Thanks for your cooperation.