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Burnsville Ice Center

  1. Developmental Hockey Ice

    July 15, 2019, 7:00 AM - 8:20 AM @ Burnsville Ice Center

    This ice time offers hockey skaters the opportunity to work on their skating skills either individually or through private lessons with an instructor. On ice supervision is required for all skaters ages 17 & under. All equipment is required for skaters 17 & under, and helmets are recommended for skaters 18 & older. Skaters and coaches must check in at the main office and pay before taking the ice. Please check the Developmental Hockey page on our website for additional information.

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  2. Open Freestyle Ice

    July 15, 2019, 7:00 AM - 8:30 AM @ Burnsville Ice Center

    This ice is for figure skaters only.

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  3. Public Skating

    July 15, 2019, 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM @ Burnsville Ice Center

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  4. Stick and Puck

    July 15, 2019, 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM @ Burnsville Ice Center

    These sessions are for hockey skaters of any age to come and skate with sticks & pucks! Come work on your skating skills, drills & stick handling. All equipment is required for any skater 17 & under. Helmets are required for any skater 18 & older. Scrimmages, games, & lessons are not allowed at any time.

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Main City Calendar

  1. Inclusive Playground Open House

    July 15, 2019, 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM @ Burnsville City Hall

    The City of Burnsville is planning on building an inclusive playground at Red Oak Park. In order to ensure that the playground will be a place where children of all abilities can play, the public is invited to attend an upcoming open house to review and vote on playground design proposals from local vendors.

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Recreation Department

  1. 62+ Wildflower & Wildlife Nature Walk -- Registration Deadline

    July 15, 2019, All Day @ Rudy Kraemer Nature Preserve

    Ages 62+ are invited to learn about the natural environment at Rudy Kraemer Nature Preserve while looking for wildlife and native wildflowers. Wear comfortable shoes and bring binoculars. Participants should expect to talk on gravel and woodchip trails.

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