Sunday Sundown Draws People In for Final Event

By: News Staff Email
By: News Staff Email

August 10, 2014

Several Charlottesville residents gathered at Washington Park for the final Sunday Sundown of the summer.

The event held once a month is open to the Charlottesville community, with free swimming and free food.

The Charlottesville Parks and Recreation partnered with Bama Works to put on three hour celebration.

“It's an awesome feeling,” says Kylie Cempre, recreation specialist for Charlottesville Parks and Rec. “It's great to see the kids smiling, coming up from the pool for some food, then they head over to the moon bounce, so it feels good doing the event.”

The next event held by the Charlottesville Parks and Rec will be the downtown safe Halloween in October.

For more information you can click on the link under the picture.

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