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Parks and Recreation

Friends of Warner Parks

Friends of Warner Parks is dedicated to the preservation, protection, and stewardship of Percy and Edwin Warner Parks. It works to protect the natural and historical integrity of the area by supporting appropriate recreational activities, maintaining and enhancing its features, and promoting programs that inspire appreciation and conservation of the Parks.

Children's Picnic 2012The 2012 Children's Picnic at Warner Park Nature Center showcased several family
friendly bands, delicious food prepared by a local boy scout troop, facepainting, crafts, hikes, and storytelling. An annual silent auction raises money to support programs and staff at the Nature Center. For information about Friends of Warner Park special events, contact Patrice Nelson
at 615-370-8053.

Volunteens Clean UpPaul Fowler, director of Volunteers for Friends of Warner Park, coordinates a river clean-up with a group of teens from Nashville. Scout groups, schools and other organizations interested in volunteering at Warner Parks should contact Paul Fowler at 615-370-8053.

Full Moon PickingFriends of Warner Parks hosts several Full Moon Picking Parties throughout the warmer months. Local bands headline the event, but every one is encouraged to bring an instrument to play. Beverages are included with the admission price, and food from local vendors is available for sale. For ticket information, call the Friends office at 615-370-8053. All sales benefit Friends of Warner Park!