Our family supports the Urbana Park District and Urbana Parks Foundation because of all it has to offer.
10 year old Urbana Parks Supporter Sofia Marquez shares why she thinks it is important to have nature during the COVID-19 pandemic. She shared her personal thoughts in a message to the Urbana Parks Foundation with permission to share on our blog. Read on to hear what this fourth grader has to share.
One of the biggest reasons for our donation to the Urbana Parks Foundation is that we live outside of Urbana Park’s taxing district but wanted to support the unique quality of this park.
The Second Annual Big Splash is certain to be a splashtastic time for all ages. So grab your swimsuit and towel and join the Urbana Parks Foundation on February 22nd. But before you head to the pool, dive into all of the event details in this month’s blog post.
We thank Tom and Steve for their support of Urbana Parks through more than a decade of service on the board of the Urbana Parks Foundation. Their service has benefited not only our Foundation, but the Urbana Park District and more broadly the entire Champaign-Urban community.
There is much to love about the city, but I have the Urbana Park District to thank for some of my favorite Urbana memories.
The Phillips Recreation Center underwent a major transformation earlier this spring when the Urbana Park District launched its first ever demonstration kitchen. The formerly small galley space attached to the James Room has now been opened up and updated into a...
Truly, the park district is the impetus behind building a community for so many people in so many ways. For me it’s brought pleasure and friendship. I’ll always be grateful to live in a place that embraces people while providing powerful stewardship of our natural resources. Hear more from Renee in this month’s Urbana Parks Foundation blog post.
The UPF Barn Bash was a success – raising over $3,000 in support of Urbana Parks.
One easy and accessible way not only to entertain your children, but also help them learn and develop, is to introduce them to the nature around them.