Programs

small-2014-webJoin us for some fun at the park this Summer!  Get your kids outside and engaged in supervised crafts and physical activities with Rogers Parks and Recreation.  This high energy and high fun program takes place two days a week with two locations to choose from. Participants will experience Luau, Under the Sea, and Track and Field themed activities over the course of six program dates.  See the registration form for times, dates, and locations! We hope to see you there!

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Enjoy evenings of free family entertainment throughout the summer following our weekly Farmer’s Market beginning Wed., June 11th.  For weather updates, call 763-428-0975 as some events may be rescheduled or moved. Bring your lawn chairs. Seating may be limited. See schedule below.

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May 4 – May 31, 2014

Want a fun and easy way to get in shape this spring?  This four week Step to It Challenge is easy, fun, and is for all ages.  Everyone who participates receives a t-shirt and other incentives.  Find out more by visiting the city website under Parks & Rec activities or visit www.steptoit.org and join us in a community clean-up day as a “kick-off” for the challenge on Sunday, May 4th at 1:00 p.m. at North Community Park.  We will meet at the concessions building, trash clean-up kits will be provided. Questions, call 763-428-0975.

If you would like an evening off to enjoy time for yourself, why not drop your child(ren) for an exciting theme activity night at the Rogers Activity Center/ice arena.  We have the three evenings planned with games, crafts, snacks, and more from 6:00 - 9:00pm. Download the registration program.  RSVP your spot(s)! Registration form.

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Rogers will run Men's class D/EE on Monday and Tuesday nights (max. of 16 teams) with double-header game times at 6:15, 7:15, 8:15, or 9:15 p.m.  Registration for the season is closed.  

2014 CoRec Lower Champions
Snap Crackle Pop
2014 CoRec Upper Champions
King Solutions

 

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learntoskate-2011The Basic Skill Program is designed by U.S. Figure Skating Association (USFSA) and serves the needs of hockey, recreational and figure skaters. Designed for all ages, this program provides a simple progressive method of group ice skating instruction. Classes are taught by sanctioned instructors over the course of six weeks. Group lessons consist of a 30-minute lesson (on and off ice) and free open skate passes for practice. All skaters will be assessed the first week of classes to ensure proper levels. It is common for children to repeat a level before advancing to the next level. Attendance is important to learn new skills that build on the previous class. Please arrive 20 minutes early the first day of class to pick up badges.

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web-pic3Rogers Activity Center/Parks & Recreation in partnership with the City of Elk River, Monticello Moose Sheritt Ice Arena, and the STMA Arena organized the best value in off season hockey for the past 7 years Breakaway Hockey League.

Practice and home games are played at the Rogers Activity Center

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