Tips for a Tasty July 


A Tasty Parks and Rec Month


July is National Parks & Recreation Month,

Bruster’s Ice Cream is now open in Hamburg

and the City of Lexington’s Division of Parks & Recreation is celebrating with a collaborative release each Friday with local businesses that fund planting trees in parks.

Lexington Parks & Recreation has partnered with local businesses to release a collaborative  product each Friday in July. A portion of proceeds from each product will fund planting trees in local parks around the city.


Friday, July 1 

Rayann’s Popcorn at 101 W. Loudon Ave. 

Strawberries & Cream Popcorn 

funding trees in Castlewood Park 


Friday, July 8 

West Sixth Brewing at 501 W. 6th St. 

Oak-aged Prickly Pear Wild Sour Beer 

funding trees in Coolavin Park 


Friday, July 15 

The Futile Bakery at 399 Waller Ave. Ste. 130 

Blackberry Jam Doozie 

funding trees at Elizabeth Street Park 


Friday, July 22 

Sorella Gelateria at 591 W. Short St. 

Blackberry Gelato 

funding trees at Woodland Park 


Friday, July 29 

A Cup of Commonwealth/Magic Beans Coffee at 105 Eastern Ave. 

Unique Coffee Blend 

funding trees at Northeastern Park


Bon Appetit Y’all 


Lexington Restaurant Week is more than just a week this year and will be celebrated July 21 through July 31st, featuring delicious prix fixe menus at participating local restaurants.