Last weekend’s warm temperatures stunted the development of ice for the outdoor rinks – and the lack of snow on the ground means cross country skiing is still but an early-winter’s dream.
Burnsville’s maintenance staff... Read on...
Winter can be unpredictable. When the weather doesn't cooperate for outdoor recreation you can always find a place to skate indoors at the Burnsville Ice Center.
Several unique shows are coming to the Ames Center this December and January. From choruses to comedy, the Ames Center has something to entertain everyone.
More than 1,000 people volunteer valuable hours of services to the City each year, but there are still opportunities available for individuals and groups. Volunteering allows you to meet new people, gain new skills and help your community.
Originally scheduled to be open Dec. 19, Burnsville’s outdoor skating rinks and warming houses will need a few more weeks before opening for the season. Maintenance staff hope to have them open toward the end of December (weather permitting),
Originally scheduled to be open the weekend of Dec. 19, Burnsville’s cross country ski trails and the Terrace Oaks Ski Chalet will need a few more weeks before opening for the season. Staff need at least six inches of snow to start grooming trails.
A Sites - Maintained on Day 1 after a snow event: North River Hills, Neill, Northview, Paha Sapa, trails groomed at Terrace Oaks, Alimagnet and the Dog Park, plowing of internal park paths.
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Starting or growing a small business isn’t easy, and hiring a trusted advisor to help get a business off the ground is usually very expensive. To encourage small business growth, Burnsville is offering free, one-on-one small... Read on...
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