The first Wednesday after Thanksgiving, which this year is on Nov. 28, the city of Kyle welcomes Santa to town. Join us at City Square Park for the official Kyle Kick-Off to the Holidays. Santa will be available for pictures (you must bring your own camera; we will not have a photographer available). School choirs from local elementary, middle and high schools will be performing holiday songs; there will be free activities for the children and food vendors to satisfy your hunger or thirst. It’s always a great time. So come out and help us ring in the holiday season.
This time of year several events and programs take place. To get more information on these and other programs, visit www.kylepard.com
The first official day of fall is Sept. 22, but your Kyle Parks and Recreation Department has already been busy planning and organizing all the fall events and programs. Here is the list, so mark your calendars.
There are some indicators that the summer is coming to an end. The triple-digit temperatures are gone and the school-zone lights are flashing. At your Kyle Parks and Recreation Department, we also have some indications that summer is coming to an end.
Why do we call this time of year “the dog days of summer?” Some say it has to do with a star named Sirius, the “Dog Star.”
Just as last year, the city of Kyle will be celebrating the 4th of July with a fireworks show launched from Plum Creek Golf Course.
The “un-official” start of summer is here! The Kyle Pool is still the best way to beat the summer heat.
Family Fun Ride & Bicycle Rodeo Show • Kyle Earth Day
Since 2004, the award-winning Plum Creek Watershed Creek Clean Up Project has greatly improved the pollution levels in Plum Creek.
In about eight weeks, the City of Kyle will have a new park to play in.