Creekwood Traffic Park Now Open!

September 23, 2020

The Creekwood Traffic Park is now open! The Traffic Park is designed as a space where children can learn basic rules of the road and biking skills in a safe environment for free. Families are encouraged to bring their bikes to enjoy the Traffic Park and the nearby White Tail Trail system. Creekwood Park is open seven days a week and closes each day at sunset. The Perry Chamber Leadership Class of 2020 contributed to this project. Members planned the traffic park’s design and facilitated painting the streets and intersections to appear as a scaled-down version of downtown Perry. Creekwood Park is located at 110 Ida Lasseter Circle and features a Splashpad, trail system, destination playground, and various sports fields. #WhereGeorgiaComesTogether      

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Virtual BINGO Night

June 2, 2020

Gather the family and prepare yourselves for the ultimate game of at-home BINGO! The City of Perry is excited to host our second “Virtual Game Night” featuring a fun PERRY themed BINGO! This virtual event will take place on Friday, June 5th with gameplay starting at 7:00 PM! Featuring multiple rounds and fun prizes, we’re talking about FREE…FAMILY…FUN all from the comfort and safety of your own couch or kitchen table! Invite your friends and other family members in other households to compete with you from the safety of their homes, too! City of Perry residency is NOT required to play or to win! Print your desired BINGO card before the event! Follow the Facebook Event and view the different card designs at https://bit.ly/2AuU1z9. This event is made possible through the collaboration of the following local organizations: City of Perry Government Perry Chamber Shop Downtown Perry Perry Area Convention and Visitors Bureau

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