With gorgeous weather on Sunday evening, many residents were outdoors enjoying an assortment of activities around Governors Park. Take a look through this photo essay. Tip: Click on individual photos to enlarge.
The zip line at the playground can be counted on for a breathtaking thrill.
Swimming and Tennis
The pool and tennis courts have been very popular all summer and this evening was no exception.
Ever a favorite mode of transportation, bicycles line the walk near the pool, while a sign near the pool entrance reminds residents of the upcoming Bicycle Safety Training Program for children on September 17.
Volleyball Under the Lights
Sunday marked the ending tournament for the 4 on 4 league’s summer season.
After the championship match, around 7:30 pm, the volleyball court opened up to all players, welcoming everyone, regardless of skill level, for volleyball well into the night under temporary lights. This self-organized Labor Day tradition brought neighbors out for sport, food, socializing, and music.
Soccer in Meadow Park
Soccer enthusiasts found their way to Meadow Park Sunday evening. With schools back in session, weekly soccer games have shifted to 6:00 pm on Friday and Sunday evenings. Community residents are invited to come out and participate in what is usually an intergenerational game with folks from 6 to 52 playing.
Whether they are waiting a turn to play or just cheering on family and friends, every sport needs its fans.
A trip around the community would not be complete without greeting a few canine friends and their human companions.