Summer Preschool Activities

Have you checked out our preschool activities yet?

Summer preschool activities for ages 3-5 to explore, design, and build with hands-on projects for curious kids.  Educational, engaging and fun activities offered throughout the summer.

Sneaker Club Camp, Sticky Fingers, Super Hero Camp, Crafty Kiddos, and Eager Elks Sports are just a few of the offerings we have.

Our objective is to give kids a fun, safe place to learn sports and activities in the summer! Programs start the week of June 18, check them out online.

 

Safety Camp

Brought to you by the Cities of Otsego and Elk River.

Learn how to stay safe and keep your cool in all types of situations and environments.

Safety Camp includes interactive games, hands-on experiences, and sessions taught by a variety of safety experts.

Campers will receive lunch, snacks a t-shirt, bike helmet, and a goodie bag. Join us for a great day of safety and fun. There will be a graduation ceremony at 3:45 p.m. and parents are encouraged to attend this.

For children who have finished 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grades. Held at Elk River Fire Station 2, 13073 Orono Parkway.

July 18, 2018, 8 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Fee: $25

Elk RiverFest 2018

Join Us for Elk RiverFest on Saturday, July 7
Mark your calendars, tell your friends, and be sure to join us for Elk RiverFest on Saturday, July 7 in beautiful downtown Elk River. Main Street is the place to be starting at 4 p.m. with activities for the entire family! The little ones will have a blast at the Kids Fun Zone complete with inflatables, chalk fun, touch-a-truck, and so much more. Stop by Riverside Market, located in the parking lot behind Main Street, to browse vendor booths offering unique artwork, crafts, and vintage goods. Take your turn at the Slow Bicycle Challenge (we’ll have bikes on hand for people to use, or feel free to bring your own bike), where participants ride through a cone course as slowly as possible without putting their feet down. The Wacky Waterless Boat Race is going to be a riot so be sure to check that out too! Cardboard and decorations will be supplied, and residents will create the coolest, most colorful, funky boat they can dream up and race them down Main Street.
 
Wet your whistle at the Beer Garden, or satisfy your appetite at Food Alley, or at any of the awesome downtown eateries. At 7 p.m. head over to Rivers Edge Commons Park for a live performance by The Night the Music Lived, a Buddy Holly tribute band.

Finally, cap off the evening with an amazing fireworks display starting at 10 p.m. at Elk River High School. The fireworks will be visible downtown, but the best place to view the show will be Lion John Weicht Park, located at 1104 Lions Park Drive, or Salk Middle School, located at 11970 Highland Rd. NW. Please note, different from years past there will be no fireworks display on Wednesday, July 4.
 
For more information on Elk RiverFest, please visit www.elkrivermn.gov/elkriverfest. Special thanks to event sponsor First National Bank of Elk River. #ElkRiverFest2018

 
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