Queue Up Your Warm-Weather Activities

by | Mar 2023

A multi-ethnic group of elementary age children are playing a soccer game together at the park. They are running and kicking the ball up the field.


Registration is now open for spring and summer programs.

It’s time to start thinking about summer activities and schedules. The Edina Parks & Recreation Spring/Summer Activities Directory launched in February, and registration is now open for both residents and nonresidents.

“The activities directory features a variety of offerings for art, camps, golf, park programs, skating, sports and more,” says Amanda Clarke, the city’s recreation supervisor. It includes activities for toddlers, school-age children and teenagers—but you’ll also find activities for adults and seniors, as well as listings for seasonal events taking place at recreation and parks facilities around the city.

While most activities have a cost associated with them, Clarke says that “financial assistance is available for all programs offered through Edina Parks & Recreation, from classes to camps to season passes at the Edina Aquatic Center.”

She notes that while all Edina residents should have received an activity directory in the mail in February, people can also browse or search activities through the online catalog, which is updated regularly with new events.

To view the digital booklet and register for events, visit edinaparks.com. For scholarship information and application, visit edinaparks.com/scholarships.


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