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Nature Programs
1-2 p.m. Sunday, March 21 at Riverview Park, Shelter No. 1
6 p.m. Friday March 26 at Sodalis Nature Preserve
7 p.m. Friday April 9 at Sodalis Nature Preserve
1 p.m. Sunday April 11 at Sodalis Nature Preserve
7 p.m. Friday April 23 at Sodalis Nature Preserve
1 p.m. Sunday April 25 at Admiral Coontz Recreation Center
Nature programs are free but reservations required by emailing or calling 573-221-0154
Catch and release allowed at Huckleberry Park Follow guidelines on the bulletin board.
Admiral Coontz Recreation Center Winter Hours
7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday
7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Tuesday
(senior dance noon-3 p.m.)
12:30-5:30 p.m. Wednesday
7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Thursday
7:30 p.m.-5 p.m. Friday
Rec Center closed to the public at March 15, March 22, April 1, April 8 and April 12 due to vaccine clinics.
Spring Pickleball
Bill Baker and Bob Mitchell won the competitive division; and Ted Fix and Christy Tuter won the intermediate division for the winter league.
Spring Pickleball begins Tuesday, March 16, at Admiral Coontz Recreation Center, but weather permitting, the last three games will be under the lights at Huckleberry Park!
Looking for a summer job?
Hannibal Parks & Recreation will hire lifeguards, front desk and maintenance personnel. Applications are due March 19.
Want to be part of the Central Park Farmers Market?
Interested in renting a boat slip for this summer?
Slip rental available in Hannibal Parks & Recreation office at City Hall, 320 Broadway
Here’s a special way to remember a loved one, celebrate a joyous occasion or promote a business or organization.  The Adopt-A-Bench program is not only for the new riverfront but all over Hannibal’s park system.
Construction has begun on the Veterans Memorial. Memorial bricks were placed at the site but have been temporarily moved due to heavy machinery that will be used in the construction. There have been about 350 memorial bricks ordered. The Veterans Memorial and Freedom Bell will be built on Cardiff Hill Overlook, allowing a beautiful view of the Mississippi River. The pathway will consist of memorial bricks. The bricks must have the name of a service member, but does not have to be a Hannibal resident, former or current. The bricks may be purchased by loved ones to honor a member of the military. The customized bricks may be purchased for $125 per brick. Additional donors of $500 or more will be listed on a plaque adjacent to the memorial.
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