It’s going to reach the 90s this weekend and what better to spend it than with a trip to one of Indianapolis’ local parks? On Saturday, June 29, Indy Parks will welcome families to its fourth annual Pack the Parks celebration. During the day, activities will be free to all at various times and various […]
Indy Parks and Recreation offers 18 staffed aquatic centers/pools and 21 free public spray grounds. You can find pool locations and schedules below. Currently, our indoor pools are available for residents and visitors. Outdoor pools and spray grounds open in May and June 2019. Indy Parks also provides summer job opportunities and other seasonal positions, including […]
Simone Manuel made history last night as the first Black woman to win an Olympic medal in an individual swimming event. Much less gold. The race from last night proved to be even more exciting because the shine was all on Australian sisters Bronte and Cate Campbell who were poised to be the first siblings […]
"Be Cool, Follow the Rules," headlines the top of the poster. Arrows are used to differentiate who is "not cool," and who is exercising "cool" behavior.
At this weekend’s Women’s Division 1 swimming games for the annual NCAA Championship, an awesome feat occurred–three Black women earned the top three spots in the…
Alia Atkinson (pictured) was in total disbelief when it was announced she had won a gold medal in the 100m breaststroke at the World Short…
It’s been a week since 6 African-American teens from two families drowned in Louisiana’s Red River. The story made national headlines.