After its typical summer plans were foiled by the COVID-19 pandemic last year, Gloucester Parks, Recreation & Tourism has planned a more normal summer for the community.
“Last summer we weren’t able to do much of anything,” said Katey Legg, director of Gloucester Parks, Recreation & Tourism.
Legg said that the department will offer more programs this summer than it did last summer.
Gloucester Parks & Rec will continue to utilize the county parks this summer to remain COVID safe. More programs will be held at Beaverdam and Woodville parks, like kayak opportunities, night hikes and night fishing. Since it does not have a recreation center, Parks & Rec will use Whitcomb Lodge at Beaverdam Park for some of its programs.
Concerts on the Green will make a return this summer after being canceled last year after only one concert.
“Too much was changing too fast,” said Legg about COVID rules and regulations.
The department has decided to move the concerts from...
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