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  1. Photo Contest

    October 1, 2020 - June 14, 2021 @ Portage Parks

    Along with the Kalamazoo Institute of Arts, Portage Parks & Recreation is seeking submissions of photos from all seasons. Winning photos will be selected from four categories: Seasonal Changes; Outdoor Recreation; Flora, Fauna & Wildlife; and Youth (14 years and under). Photos must be taken in a City of Portage park by June 14, 2021. Limit three entries per category, per person. Photos will be judged by a panel of area photography professionals with prizes awarded for first, second and third place in each category. Entry costs are $10 for up to three entries per category, except Youth; $5 for up to three entries in the Youth category (i.e., maximum $30 for nine entries). Prizes: 1st - $75; 2nd -$35 and 3rd -$25 for each of the four categories. Visit the Parks & Recreation Events page at mypark.portagemi.gov for full category descriptions and complete contest rules.

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  2. Ping Pong League - Session 2

    January 20, 2021, 6:00 PM - March 10, 2021 @ Schrier Park

    We are just getting warmed up. Ping pong is a great low impact sport suitable for any athlete! Meet new friends in our recreational ping pong league. Two 10-week sessions are offered. All games for both sessions will start at 6 and 7 PM. Session 2: Wednesdays, January 6 – March 10. Registration for the second session will begin on November 9 and close December 18. To register, visit mypark.portagemi.gov and click on the purple Recreation Activities & Facility Rentals button.

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  3. Ranger Hikes - Animal Tracks

    February 27, 2021, 2:00 PM @ Eliason Nature Reserve

    Join Park Rangers for a wintry hike through Eliason Nature Reserve. Participants will be on the lookout for signs of life by locating animal tracks along the way and learning how to identify what critters left them behind.

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