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Lynchburg Parks and Recreation honored about 120 veterans Thursday during a Veterans Day luncheon at Moose Lodge 715. The event included a buf…

As Lynchburg Parks and Recreation prepares to close two of its neighborhood centers temporarily for renovations, there is a possibility one of…

An Irish-themed square dance on Friday was organized by Lynchburg Parks and Recreation Community Recreation Programmer Megan Heatwole. Her nam…

Lynchburgers do-si-doed as part of the good old-fashioned Square Dance at Armstrong Gym on Monsview Place on Friday in Lynchburg.

Lynchburg Parks and Recreation’s “Movie in the Park,” originally scheduled for this Friday, has been moved back a week due to the recent heavy rain and the weekend forecast calling for even more. "The Princess Bride" will now be shown at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 9 in Riverside Park.

Lynchburg Parks and Recreation’s “Movie in the Park,” originally scheduled for this Friday, has been moved back a week due to the recent heavy rain and the weekend forecast calling for even more. "The Princess Bride" will now be shown at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 9 in Riverside Park.

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