News and Updates
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 […]
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!
Apr 5, 2017
SOLD OUT! Women’s LeadHERship Workshop 2017
Empowering. Energizing. Invigorating. These are just a few of the words used by participants to describe the Women's LeadHERship Workshop of NC. This yearly event brings together North Carolina's most inspiring female park leaders and entrepreneurs to network, engage, and learn from one another in three powerful days in Greensboro, NC.
Nov 2, 2016
High Adventure Recreation – Best Practices and Risk Management
High Adventure Recreation – Best Practices and Risk Management Wednesday, November 2, 2016 — 9am-Noon […]
Oct 18, 2016
The Future of Urban Open Space: A workshop for North Carolina’s urban parks, recreation, and planning professionals
Join renowned expert on open public spaces and featured speaker, Gil Penalosa, along with park leaders from metropolitan North Carolina cities to discuss, learn and generate ideas on using public spaces to make cities better for citizens of all ages.
Oct 5, 2016
Pokemon Go, Emerging Technologies & Virtual Realities in Parks
Understand the advent of Pokemon Go and its and effects on parks and outdoor education sites. Explore examples of North Carolina parks and outdoor education sites using Pokemon Go to attach and educate visitors. Examine possible best practices based on experiences of other parks. Discover practical applications that Raleigh Parks have used of Pokemon Go and how to use successfully in your own park. Develop an understanding of the current research in the use of virtual reality in interpretation, environmental education and other park activities.