The Richland County Recreation Foundation is seeking applicants for its Board of Directors.
After undergoing several renovations, Trenholm Park has officially reopened
Friday night Blythewood two local girls basketball teams received their state championship banners.
Richland County opened its pools on Saturday to let the community swim for free while Columbia Fire and the Richland County Sheriff’s Department joined in with free swim lessons.
In an effort to help curb the recent drownings in the Midlands, local law enforcement, fire and Recreation officials are joining together for Swim Safe.
The City of Columbia and Richland county partnered to implement the “Swim Safe” program. The program was created to help prevent drowning accidents in the Midlands.
The collaboration with our Parks Department and Pro Style Combine to offer Free Non-contact Football Camps throughout Richland County.
The Pine Grove Community Center, formerly the Pine Grove Rosenwald School, 937 Piney Woods Road, was the site of a Heritage Celebration to honor Black History Month Saturday, February 25.
Trenholm Park hosted a free healthcare event on Saturday afternoon.
In 2006, the Richland County Recreation Commission (RCRC) became the first and only recreation agency in South Carolina to be nationally accredited by the Commission of Accreditation for Park and Recreation Agencies (CAPRA).