Christopher Jensen is Merced’s new director of parks and recreation. Impressive future opportunities, steady growth, and building partnerships with individuals and organizations encourage Merced’s new Director of Parks and Recreation, Christopher Jensen. Jensen began his new duties on January 18; he oversees three full-time employees and two more to beRead More →

[ad_1] Patrons of Newcastle’s parks have been urged to stop turning the city’s green spaces into ‘outdoor nightclubs’. Councilors complained about the number of rowdy music festivals and other major events causing disruption for neighbors, such as the recent This is Tomorrow festival at Exhibition Park and Noughty 90s atRead More →

[ad_1] From restaurants to museums to markets, these outdoor activities might surprise you Ready to dive back into international travel? With our priorities revolving around outdoor activities, Paris’s flower-filled parks, vibrant street art, and cozy alfresco dining are appropriate for this time. Famous monuments like the Arc de Triomphe andRead More →

[ad_1] From the Victoria Carter group With the arrival of sunny days and warmer weather, New Jersey residents can begin to enjoy the outdoors. Our state offers many unique attractions–from sculpture gardens with rich greenery to historical open-air museums–where families can venture out for a day trip. Many of theseRead More →

[ad_1] OLD SAYBROOK – A vacant piece of land along the mouth of the Connecticut River is a location of paramount importance to the city’s development, First Selectman Carl Fortuna said this week while defending a recent decision to dismiss a request for an open-air restaurant with 300 seats onRead More →

[ad_1] One of Glasgow’s largest beer gardens has received more than 10,000 reservations in just 24 hours after announcing outdoor spaces to reopen next month as restrictions ease. Nicola Sturgeon recently announced that the Scottish hotel sector will begin to reopen from April 26, with groups of up to sixRead More →