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Olathe Parks & Recreation summer preview

Summer is here with plenty to keep you active in Olathe! Olathe Parks & Recreation offers music, events, contests, and programs.  Mark your calendar for some of Olathe’s favorite events and activities:

Olathe Parks & Recreation to launch new registration system

Olathe Parks & Recreation will launch Olathe ActiveNet, a new registration system, in early June.  New online system enhancements include the ability to create a wish list, sync activity schedules to your calendar, reserve shelters, and more. 

Olathe Parks & Recreation camps keep kids active

Olathe Parks & Recreation specialty camps are designed to keep kids active throughout the summer. From theatre camp to sport camp to the new Black Rocket Computer Camp including Minecraft, kids of all ages will have fun. Check out the camp options before school is out this week.

Sport court construction begins

Tennis courts at Mill Creek Park and basketball courts at Fairview Park are under construction.

Hedge Lane to close May 27

The temporary Hedge Lane between Surrey Street and Santa Fe will be closing the morning of Wednesday, May 27.  Message boards are posted and detour routes will be marked. The new, permanent Hedge Lane is scheduled to open in early August.

City pools open May 25

Black Bob Bay, Millcreek, Oregon Trail and Frontier pools will open for the 2015 outdoor season on Monday, May 25 at 12:30 p.m.

Mahaffie summer season promotes family fun

The summer season officially beings at Mahaffie Stagecoach Stop and Farm, 1200 E. Kansas City Road, on Friday, May 22.

2015 outdoor swim season starts May 25

Black Bob Bay, Millcreek, Oregon Trail and Frontier pools will open for the 2015 outdoor season on Monday, May 25 at 12:30 p.m.

Pardon our progress – Sport court construction

In the next two weeks, construction will begin on Mill Creek and Haven Park tennis courts and Fairview Park basketball courts.

Olathe increases neighborhood communication with Nextdoor

This month, the City of Olathe will start to increase its communications with neighborhoods via Nextdoor, a social networking tool available via the web or mobile app.

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