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    City of Athens, OH Arts, Parks, and Recreation Dog Park User Input Survey

    The Arts, Parks and Recreation department manages two off-leash dog parks in the City of Athens, OH. We are seeking input from dog park users about proposed changes to the existing dog parks and we would appreciate your input! Read on...
  2. Movement and the Natural World Class

    Movement and the Natural World

    This is an 8-week creative movement class for ages 55+. No experience is required. Join us in exploring movement concepts through the lens of nature at the Athens Community Center. Read on...
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    Athens Community Center is Hiring a Part-Time Building Supervisor

    The City of Athens, Ohio is now seeking qualified candidates for the part-time position of Community Center Building Supervisor for the Arts, Parks, and Recreation Department. Read on...
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    Wee Wigglers is Back at ACC!

    Wee Wigglers is back! Join us with the little ones for a wiggle worthy time! Great for physical, emotional, and social development. Read on...
  5. Itty Bitty Print Exchange January Gallery Show

    Arts West Gallery Show: Itty Bitty Print Exchange

    The show will be on display from January 4th - 28th in the Arts West gallery. Read on...
  6. 2022 New Year New You Membership Deal

    New Year, New You Membership Deal at Athens Community Center

    Get out of the cold and into a warm 3 month membership at the Athens Community Center for only $65. Read on...
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    Hocking River Riparian Area Project

    The City of Athens, will be removing these invasive species over the next year. Please excuse the debris while we strive to make this area a better environment for storm water management, pollinators, wildlife, and the people of Athens. Read on...
  8. Athens City Council on 8-16-21 reactivated the requirement for face coverings in public spaces.

    The ordinance is effective immediately, and applies to all public spaces, including businesses and restaurants. The face covering requirement is for indoor settings only. There is no mandate outdoors. Read on...
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