September 5th:  Teeter Tots presented by Stretch-n-Grow:  Stretch-n-Grow Fitness is Imaginative, Engaging and FUN! This program follows a nationally recognized and age-appropriate scope and sequence to insure educational and physical milestones are met. This weekly early childhood physical education, nutrition and wellness program improves the level of fitness in our children and teaches them the importance of a healthy lifestyle and the perils of inactivity. We assist parents and childcare providers in developing good health and fitness habits!
The Recreation Department will be hosting 4- 5 week sessions (Wednesday & Fridays 10-1). We look forward to working with you and your child (2 year olds and up). Class size will be limited to 20 parent/child pairings. Registration for the first session is open now!  859-781-1700. Check our website for more details.

September 10th: Fall Open Gym Hours:  Monday & Wednesday 3-8 p.m., Tuesday & Thursday & Friday 3-6 p.m., Saturday & Sunday  12-4 p.m.

September 17th:  Outdoor Campfire Cooking class—presented by Recreational Equipment Inc. (REI).  More information coming soon!

September 27th: Dog Days of Summer with Braxton Brewery – at the Highland Hills Dog Park.

September 30th: Great Outdoor Weekend  – Come join us for a walking tour through historic Tower Park from 10-noon! Join us after for a children’s craft at the Museum.

October 5th: 1st Annual Tower Park Campout–  A new collaboration with REI, families can campout at Tower Park!  More information coming soon!

October 12th: World’s Largest Storytime with the Campbell County Library  More information coming soon!

October 19th: Teen Zombie Party presented by the Campbell County Library – at the Armory  More information coming soon!

October 20th from 11 a.m. to  2 p.m. Touch-A-Truck:  Come on up to the Stables Parking Lot in Tower Park and bring the entire family to experience life size vehicles and interact with community support leaders.

October 24th: Pizza & Pumpkin party: Pizza, pumpkins, and carving tools provided by Ft. Thomas Recreation! Creativity provided by you! Come and carve a Halloween pumpkin to be placed on our Pumpkin Walk! Participants under 15 must be accompanied by an adult.

October 26th: Pumpkin Walk from 6 to 9 p.m.:  Join us in Tower Park for this fun event!  Carve your own unique pumpkin to be entered in our contest.  If you are a student or organization looking for service hours, please contact our office on how you can earn hours by carving pumpkins!  New this year following the Pumpkin Walk we will be showing a fall themed family movie!

November 21st: Family Movie Night 7 p.m.: The Recreation Department will be hosting a movie night on November 21st in the Mess Hall. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. This is a free event open to all families. Concessions will be available for sale.


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