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Festivals & Events

Science Talk: Parks, Trails & Events

  • Wayne Theatre
    521 W Main Street
    Waynesboro, VA 22980

  • April 13, 2021

  • 07:00 PM - 09:00 PM

  • (540) 943 - 9999

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The Signature Speaker Series covers two categories: History and Science Talks. The Science Talks are a partnership with the Virginia Museum of Natural History and the Center for Coldwaters Restoration. 2019/2020 Theme: The South River-Transformation to Sustainability
All Signature Speaker Series begin at 7:00pm. Admission is pay what you will.
Topic: Parks, Trails & Events – Waynesboro’s Next Economic Engine with guest speaker: Dwayne Jones, Director of Waynesboro Parks and Recreation Department
Waynesboro is on the verge of an outdoor economic boom! Sitting at the doorstep to the iconic Blue Ridge Parkway and Shenandoah National Park, our little hamlet is perfectly poised to benefit from the 1000’s of travelers passing by each month. Parks and Recreation’s vision is to expand its high-quality parks, facilities and programs to connect people to nature and each other. Our parks and programs provide something for everyone in our community and draw people to Waynesboro from around the region. Projects such as Sunset Park, greenway trails, South River Preserve and the historic Crozet Tunnel are all on the horizon and will shape Waynesboro’s outdoor economic future for years to come.
Speaker: Dwayne Jones, Director of Waynesboro Parks & Recreation Department
Dwayne Jones, Director of Parks and Recreation Department, has spent the past 26 years fervently guiding countless projects and improvements to Waynesboro’s parks, trails and events, and he is passionate about sharing his vision of Waynesboro’s future. He is a graduate of North Carolina State University with a degree in Landscape Design & Horticulture and oversees all parks & recreation operations including sports programs, special events, construction projects, park master planning, budget administration and turf & horticulture operations. He is President of the Blue Ridge Tunnel Foundation and has been a strong advocate for connecting Waynesboro to this historical resource.
*IN-HOUSE at the Wayne Theatre* and LIVESTREAMING on both our Facebook page (Wayne Theatre) and the VMNH-W Facebook page*

Pay What You Will