Billings Mustangs pitcher Brennan Bernardino was the special guest storyteller at Reading Rocks at Central Park on Thursday.
Billings Mustangs pitcher Brennan Bernardino talks with kids before reading to the group at a Reading Rocks event at Central Park on Thursday. The summer program provides books for low-income students of all ages.
Brennan Bernardino signs books for kids, including Kasey Reed, 10, right, Summer Kennedy, 7, center, and Tesiah Ugalde, 8, left, after reading a book to them at a Reading Rocks event at Central Park on Thursday.
Billings Mustangs pitcher Brennan Bernardino talks with kids Skylar Kennedy, 9, right, and Sophia Ugalde, 3, after reading to the group at a Reading Rocks event at Central Park on Thursday. The summer program provides books for low-income students of all ages.
Jovie, 4, Haley, 6, and Miley Cutting, 1 1/2, pick out books to read during a Reading Rocks event at Central Park on Thursday.
The Billings Tennis Association has made good on its pledge to raise money for the resurfacing of courts at Pioneer Park.
Billings Public Schools will once again sponsor the summer food service program that provides free, nutritious meals to children 18 years old or younger.
Summer Lunch in the Park, a program sponsored by Billings Public Schools, provides free lunch to any child, age 18 years or younger. From June 12 through August 16 (except July 4-5), lunches will be available at nine sites:
It began as a home run contest, with rivals Billings Skyview and Billings Senior trading long balls on a chilly Tuesday afternoon.
The softball season began in earnest for rivals Billings Skyview and Billings Senior on Tuesday at Central Park. But the Falcons’ offense looked polished beyond opening-day form.
The summer food service program is open for the year at Lockwood School, 1932 U.S. Highway East. Breakfast is served from 8 to 9 a.m. with lunch from noon to 1 p.m. Monday to Friday through Aug. 3 (closed July 4).
CASPER, Wyo. — Natrona County's parks add much to the local quality of life, but managing them remains problematic, parks advisory board members and county commissioners said Tuesday.
For many years, the Blue Man Group experience was reserved for theaters in New York, Chicago, Boston, Orlando and Las Vegas.
What could be better than spending a summer lunch hour in the park?
The Education Foundation for Billings Public Schools is looking for enthusiastic volunteers to read with children (pre-kindergarten through sixth grade) in Central Park, North Park and South Park this summer at Reading Rocks.