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Jul 17, 2018

2018 Certified Playground Safety Inspector Course

Recreation Resources Service annually serves as the North Carolina host for the Certified Playground Safety Inspector (CPSI) course at the McKimmon Center at NC State University. The certification is offered by the National Certification Board in coordination with the National Recreation and Park Association. The purpose of the CPSI certification is for those certified to be able to: identify hazards on public playground equipment and the playground; rank the hazards according to injury potential; and apply the knowledge to remove the hazards and establish a system of inspections and maintenance.

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May 2, 2018

Accessible Parks and Programs

Let's talk parks accessibility at our Accessible Parks and Programs teleconference, Wednesday, May 2nd.

Women's LeadHERship 2017
Mar 21, 2018

Women’s LeadHERship Workshop

Women’s LeadHERship Workshop: March 21-23, 2018 Wilmington, NC Empowering. Energizing. Invigorating. These are just a few […]

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Mar 7, 2018

Summer Camps: Programming and Partnerships

Don't miss this opportunity to discuss proactive planning, the benefits of summer camp, and the standard care for campers before camp season starts! Speakers include representatives from the NC Youth Camp Association, Iredell County NC Camps, Alamance County NC Camps, and the City of Hickory NC Summer Outdoor Adventure Program.

Aquatics 2018 Register Now
Feb 27, 2018

2018 Aquatics Workshop

Learn with your peers about topics affecting aquatic facilities and programs.

carolinas joint rec and park conference
Dec 11, 2017

Carolinas Joint Recreation and Parks Conference

The 2017 Carolinas Joint Recreation and Park Conference is the largest gathering of park & recreation professionals in North and South Carolina and will feature high-quality educational sessions, exciting Innovation Institutes, unique networking opportunities, an amazing exhibit hall and lots of fun!

Nov 1, 2017

Innovative Park & Recreation Facilities Teleconference

New options for recreational facilities are expanding to incorporate creative play spaces and open up activity choices for previously under-served members of the community. Both large municipal areas and small rural towns are getting in on the act – and the creativity they are showing us is both inspirational and instructive. We’ve selected four great projects to feature from across North Carolina: Rocky Face Park in Alexander County; the Ninja Playground in the City of Graham; the Cashie River Treehouses in the Town of Windsor; and the multi-generational playground at Marion Diehl Park in Mecklenburg County. Each has taken a unique approach to bring play space to a broader range of participants and have become a source of pride for those responsible for creating them.

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Oct 10, 2017

Best Practices in Cemeteries Workshop

Join RRS, in partnership with the Town of Wake Forest, for a 2-day workshop on cemetery management, maintenance, planning and care.

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Oct 1, 2017

Southeast Greenways & Trails Summit

Recreation Resources Service (RRS) is proud to be an organizational partner for the very first Southeast Greenways & Trails Summit in Durham, in the heart of the Triangle — a hub for greenways and trails.  October 1-3, join ​fellow ​transportation ​leaders, ​policymakers, ​wellness ​professionals, ​parks ​and ​recreation ​professionals, ​and ​others. ​We’ll ​share ​best ​practices, ​build ​relationships, ​and ​influence ​trail ​and ​greenway ​development ​in ​the ​Southeast.

Move More Walk Now
Sep 20, 2017

Move More Walk Now NC Workshop

Join Eat Smart, Move More North Carolina in welcoming Mark Fenton, a recognized authority on community and environmental initiatives, for an interactive workshop. Workshop attendees will participate in a neighborhood walkability audit; learn to identify features that encourage walking, biking and wheeling; and learn how “pop-ups” can be used to demonstrate changes that will create more walkable communities.