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Community Service Department Recognizes July As ‘Parks Make Life Better’ Month

IT REALLY IS TERRIFIC ON TUESDAY! – The Beverly Hills Public Library’s Summer Reading Club is back in session, and Terrific Tuesday entertainment continues to engage kids at the Civic Center Plaza. Something Ridiculous, a juggling and acrobatic act performed for over 300 people in attendance. Terrific Tuesdays, for kids up to 3rd grade, is only one of the many programs offered throughout the summer months. Check out ‘Tweens & Teens for kids entering 4th grade - 12th grade and the grown-up’s book discussion groups. For moms with small kids, there’s Mother Goose Storytime, Baby Storytime, Early Words Storytime and Toddlers Storytime. For more information on all the great programs offered through the public library and the Community Services Department, visit www.beverlyhills.org.

Posted Thursday, July 11, 2019 - 7:08 pm

By Victoria Talbot

The City of Beverly Hills Department of Community Services joins communities across the State of California to recognize the benefits of public parks and promote recreational activities and community services with “July is Parks Make Life Better” month.

While the title is a bit of a mouthful, the sentiment – to take a moment to recognize that parks play an important role in our lives, especially among city dwellers – lends itself to a moment of relaxation and enjoyment in a local green space. What could be better than a walk in the park at the end of a beautiful summer day?

The statewide initiative is recognized by the California Parks and Recreation Society (CPRS).

For full story see the print edition of The Beverly Hills Courier, or download the e-edition.

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