The KRC Indoor Pool & Spa will be closed for seasonal maintenance from Sunday, April 21 at 2 p.m. through Saturday, April 27 at 7 a.m. Pool pass members may use the fitness center facilities free of charge during this time.

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Attention, Kettering residents! Are you ready to turn your yard debris into something amazing? For this edition of Features Unique to Kettering, we're highlighting the Kettering YDC (Yard Debris Center) – a free and eco-friendly facility that transforms your brush, limbs, and trimmings into nutrient-rich mulch for our beautiful city! Here's how it works: Gather...

Eli Kessler: Structural Deviation March 11 – April 13 Eli Kessler’s (Kent, OH) sculptures explore the history of entertainment, technology, and materiality. His sculptures are created from repurposed objects, steel, carved wood, vinyl, and other mixed media examine particular artifacts, rituals, and cultural phenomena. Kessler earned a BFA from Tyler School of Art, Temple University...

Reni Gower: GEOmatrix: The Perfect Proof March 11 – April 13 Reni Gower (Mechanicsville, VA) cuts paper to into “perfect” forms (circles, squares, and triangles) to create immersive installations.  GEOmatrix will create a space where the viewer experiences luminous and contemplative designs that instill a sense of respite and mindfulness.  Using sacred geometry referencing Celtic and Islamic...

August 3, 2024

Cat Fashion Show - Save the Date! Saturday, August 3 from 1:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. The Lathrem Senior Center multi-purpose room will turn into the hottest “cat-walk” in the city with the Inaugural Cat Fashion Show. Light refreshments will be provided. SICSA team members will be on hand with adoptable fur babies. Interested in participating? Register...

Rosewood Arts Center Nurtures and Elevates Artists Rosewood Arts Center stands as a beacon of support and empowerment for artists of all backgrounds and skill levels, fostering a dynamic environment where creativity flourishes and artistic visions come to life. From the gallery walls to community engagement initiatives, Rosewood serves as a vital hub for artists,...

For Barb Phillips, fitness is more than just physical exercise - it's a lifestyle that has evolved over the years. At 57 years old, the HR Director for Greene County Public Library and proud mother of two has been an active member of the Kettering Fitness and Wellness Center (KFWC) for years, embracing the variety...

At the City of Kettering's PRCA department, we are incredibly fortunate to have a team of dedicated fitness professionals who pour their hearts into every class they lead. This month, we want to extend our heartfelt congratulations to two exceptional members of our Fitness Staff for their remarkable work anniversaries. First, let's celebrate Kim Whitehead, who...

April 20, 2024

Ready to push your creative limits and churn out a masterpiece? Join fellow printmaking enthusiasts for a high-energy Print Jam at Rosewood Arts Center April 20 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Here's the challenge: Create and edition a small print entirely within a single, action-packed day! What to expect: A marathon printing session: Dive deep into your artistic vision and bring it to life....

Kettering Parks, Recreation and Cultural Arts Department is firmly committed to compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. We invite individuals with disabilities to participate in our programs, sites and services. If you would like to request a modification, the request can be made...

For Karianne Dill, becoming a group exercise instructor at the Kettering Recreation Complex was a way to "pay it forward" after attending classes herself and seeing the supportive, encouraging environment the instructors created. Dill joined the city's instructing team in September 2023. "Prior to becoming an instructor, I attended several group exercise classes. I had...

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