Parks After Dark

Young man throwing a lay-upParks After Dark revitalizes parks in neighborhoods with high crime rates and economic hardship into vibrant community centers. Participating county parks are kept open during summer evening hours when crime rates are the highest and youth have fewer social and recreational opportunities, providing a variety of free recreational and physical activities for community members of all ages.

Check out Parks After Dark at parks throughout LA County:

June 16, 2016- August 13, 2016 (map)

  • Athens Park
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  • Bethune Park
  • East Rancho Dominguez Park
  • Helen Keller Park
  • Jesse Owens Park
  • Roosevelt Park
  • Ted Wadkins Park
  • El Cariso Park
  • Adventure Park
  • Mayberry Park
  • Sorensen Park
  • Val Verde Park

July 7, 2016- August 27, 2016 (map)Child spinning game wheel at Parks After Dark

  • Allen Martin Park
  • Bassett Park
  • Belvedere Park
  • City Terrace Park
  • Obregon Park
  • San Angelo Park
  • Salazar Park
  • Pamela Park
  • Loma Alta Park

Activities at Parks After Dark include:

Sports:

  • Basketball
  • Baseball
  • Soccer
  • Golf and Tennis lessons
  • Martial arts
  • Dance class
  • Zumba®
  • Bike rides
  • Walking clubs
  • Access to community pools and gyms

Programming:

  • Movie nights
  • Concerts
  • Educational classes such as: healthy cooking, literacy, parenting, arts and crafts, computer
  • Teen Clubs

Resource Fairs:

  • Health and wellness
  • Jobs
  • Legal
  • Social services

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