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Fall Program Guide

To ensure your fall issue of CWPD News & Events contains the most accurate information available, we have shortened our program planning timeline. This allowed time to plan with the most recent health guidelines in mind. Therefore, your quarterly issue…

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Traveling Owlexander!

CWPD mascot Owlexander is ready for a summer of adventure! This year he wants to stay close to home and explore all the State of Ohio has to offer! Will you take him with you? Color Owlexander, cut him out…

The Summer Pop-Up Park Challenge

Are You up to the Challenge?

Throughout the summer months, we’ll be posting challenges on two of our social media accounts — Facebook and Twitter. Complete ten out of 15 posted pop-up park challenges and win a $20 Soyo Yogurt gift card! In addition, each winner will be entered…

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Summer Camp Registration Opens May 26

Thank you for your continued patience as staff awaited word from the State of Ohio on day camps reopening. We are pleased to announce the Centerville-Washington Park District will offer both in-person and virtual options for your children this summer!…

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Summer Program Registration

Online registration for summer programs begins Monday, May 11 at 10 a.m. for Centerville and Washington Township residents. Online nonresident registration begins Monday, May 18 at 10 a.m. All registration for summer will take place online only at this time.…

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COVID-19 Update

Parks remain open for your visits. We understand that a walk in the park, spending time in natural surroundings may help lessen the stress that many of us are experiencing. Please plan to follow all social distancing guidelines and be…

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Natural History Hike

We have a brand new hiking experience for all ages! Grab a Grant Park Natural History Hike brochure at the park’s Normandy Entrance (501 Normandy Ridge Rd.) and follow the 1.1-mile trail to learn a little about the park’s history!…