Parks and recreation
We only have a few weeks left of the pool season. The Pickerington Community Pool will be closed when the Pickerington Local School District is in session, but will remain open on the weekends.
You can visit the pool with Punch Passes or Guest Pass (if accompanied by Season Pass holder).
Punch Passes can be purchased as 5 visits for $40, 10 visits for $80, 15 visits for $120 or 20 visits for $160.
Punch passes are sold at the Pickerington Community Pool, 11330 Stonecreek Drive S., or at the Pickerington Parks and Recreation Department, 100 Lockville Road.
Join us at the Pickerington Community Pool for our last two events of the season:
* Family Luau Night -- 6 to 9 p.m. Friday, Aug. 16. Bring your family and a dish to share for a potluck and luau party at the Pickerington Community Pool.
We will have fun games and activities for the whole family. Regular admission applies, or $8 per person.
* Dog Splash -- Noon to 5 p.m. Monday, Sept. 2. Only $5 per dog and humans will be admitted free.
You must provide proof of rabies and all current vaccinations.
No dogs in heat will be permitted.
Look for our Fall Program Guide, which will include classes, programs and events during the months of September through December.
Program Guides will be available and posted online during the week of Aug. 12.
Registration for Fall classes will begin Monday, Aug. 19. Registration is available online, in person, by mail, drop box at city hall or by fax.
The Parks and Recreation Department accepts cash, checks made payable to the City of Pickerington and credit card (Visa and MasterCard only).
Friday Night Flicks
Come out to Sycamore Park Friday, Aug. 16, for the final Friday Night Flicks of the season presented by Fairfield Federal with a showing of The Odd Life of Timothy Green (rated PG).
This inspiring, magical story is about a happily married couple, Cindy and Jim Green, who can't wait to start a family, but can only dream about what their child would be like.
When young Timothy shows up on their doorstep one stormy night, Cindy and Jim -- and their small town of Stanleyville -- learn sometimes the unexpected can bring some of life's greatest gifts.
The shelters in Sycamore Park and Victory Park are available to be rented for parties, picnics and any other event you might host this summer.
Rental forms are available online, and at the Parks and Recreation Department, 100 Lockville Road. Reservations are completed by submitting a facility rental form with full payment.
Call the Parks and Recreation Department at 614-833-2211 for more information about renting a shelter.