Lions Park
Elk River Parks and Recreation has moved the dog park from Lions Park to Orono Park, at 18599 Gary St. Pets are allowed to run off-leash in a fenced area, while socializing and exercising with other dogs and their owners....Read More
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by Jim Boyle Editor The seventh annual Taste of Elk River will feature a new musical act, a record number of food vendors and solid footing no matter what weather Mother Nature throws at it. The event, which is hosted by the Elk River Rotary, is this Thursday from 5 to 9 p.m. at Lions [...]...Read More
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The Elk River Rotary Club will present its annual Taste of Elk River May 17 from 5 to 9 p.m. on the upper paved parking lot at the Lions Park Center. Steve Blexrud will perform as part of the entertainment that includes karaoke and Wildwood carriage rides. Many area vendors will serve entrees and wi...Read More
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Elk River is gearing up for its fourth annual Active Youth Day presented by Spectrum High School and Elk River Parks and Recreation. This event was established to promote healthy and active lifestyles in children and youth. It will take place from 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday, May 5 at Lions Park in Elk Riv...Read More
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by Paul Rignell Contributing writer Elk River is required to contribute toward restoring and keeping a clean Mississippi River. The city has been bound by regulations of the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System since 2003. New obligations would be added with a revised permit that the Minn...Read More
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by Don Heinzman ECM Publishers The Elk River Rotary Club will present its annual Taste of Elk River May 17 from 5 to 9 p.m. on the upper paved parking lot at the Lions Park Center. Steve Blexrud will perform as part of the entertainment that includes karaoke and Wildwood carriage rides. Many area ve...Read More
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by Nathan Warner Contributing writer Spectrum High School’s second annual Way 2 Go Walk for Autism Youth Giving Opportunity got under way at Lions Park in Elk River on Saturday. The annual walk is a part of the school’s “service learning” approach that sees students participating in projects...Read More
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