Stay and Play
Stay and Play in the Peak! Apex Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources is committed to providing you with valuable ways to recreate, whether in person or at home. Take part in our virtual programs, or check out the Stay and Play Videos below.
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We are excited to introduce... online programs! Due to COVID-19 and the closing of many Town facilities, including most of the amenities that allow us to conduct indoor and outdoor activities, the Town has cancelled many organized programs. Therefore, to help fill in the gap while we transition back to running in-person activities, we are introducing several virtual programs for your enjoyment!
Registration is open for both Apex residents and non-residents. These classes will be available for online registration only at www.apexnc.org/peakconnect. After registration a link will be sent to your email to join the class. These programs will be run through Zoom. It is our hope that one of these programs will meet your needs while we’re waiting to re-open at full capacity.
If you have any questions regarding teen and adult programs, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have any questions about senior programs, please contact email@example.com. If you have any questions about Halle Cultural Arts programs, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more details on the programs below including registration codes and dates, click here.
We are not publishing a Senior 55+ Program Guide for September-December 2020. If you are looking for more information on these programs, visit this page.
StoryWalk® at Apex Community Park
The StoryWalk® Project was created by Anne Ferguson of Montpelier, VT and developed in collaboration with the Kellogg-Hubbard Library. Storywalk® is a registered service mark owned by Ms. Ferguson.
We are excited to introduce StoryWalk®, located by the camp building at Apex Community Park. You can read a children's book (Dog on a Frog?) as you walk along a short nature trail (less than .5 miles). Please note the trail is unpaved. It is possible to walk with a stroller, but it could potentially be bumpy or muddy at times. To find the start of the trail, park in either the first or second parking lot as you enter the park off Laura Duncan Rd. You should see StoryWalk signs to direct to to the trailhead.
If you have already done our Storywalk®, we would love for you to share your feedback here: https://www.cognitoforms.com/TownOfApex1/aprcrstorywalk
Stay and Play Videos
This video series highlights ways that you and your family can engage creatively and actively at home or on the go with us. From nature education and crafts to sports and recreation, we will have you covered. Stay tuned as more videos will be posted soon!
If you have any fun videos or photos of ways you are recreating in the Peak, please share with us! You can email us at email@example.com. If you want to share something on social media, tag us @ApexParks and #StayandPlay