Jack E. Kirksey Recreation Center

NEW Archery Classes 

Livonia Parks and Recreation is expanding archery programs this spring/summer. Classes include Beginner's Archery, where you can learn safety, technique and more.  Classes are 4 weeks and are for ages 8 - Adult.  Archery 101: The Basics, takes your skills to the next level. Archery for Families provides the entire family the opportunity to experience the sport of Archery. Art & Archery gives you the opportunity to create a masterpiece to take home. No experience? no problem! The first part of the class will cover safety and shooting  techniques. Register today for an upcoming class.

Battlefield Nerf

NEW Battlefield Nerf

Parents, let the kids enjoy a Nerf battle that's not in your house! Bring your Nerf guns and we’ll provide the Nerf darts (please do not bring your own darts) and the obstacles. Teams will be split by our Nerf Nerds (referees) and they will coordinate different games during the hour. Safety glasses will be provided and must be worn during the game. Limited spots per age group (k-2, 3-5, 6-8). Register early. Each group has 50 minutes on the battlefield. Dates: May 11, June 8, July 12, August 9



"Pulse of the Region" survey asks for citizen perspectives on bicycle and pedestrian travel in Southeast Michigan

SEMCOG, the Southeast Michigan Council of Governments, and its partner organization, the Metropolitan Affairs Coalition (MAC), have launched a survey to better understand people's preferences in walking and biking in Southeast Michigan, as well as the opportunities and challenges in current availability and quality of walking and biking infrastructure and amenities.
Citizens are asked to take this survey. Input received will help SEMCOG develop its regional Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan for Southeast Michigan, as well as coordinate and develop strategies for local mobility issues. Gaps and areas where people cannot walk or bike will be reported back to local communities for input into their planning efforts.

“Bicycle and pedestrian travel is a vital component of our region's transportation system, as well as a driver for enhancing quality of life and economic development, ” said Kathleen Lomako, SEMCOG Executive Director and MAC President. “To respond to this opportunity, it is necessary to hear from residents who use the region's walking and biking system.”


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