Family Spooktacular

Enjoy our Family Spooktacular Event! Everyone from toddlers to teens can enjoy our activities! Arrive in costume to collect candy and treats from participating businesses and organizations, each paid participant will receive a reusable bag for trick-or-treating. Bring money for concessions, games and other activities, fun for the entire family.

Held on October 27, from  5-8 p.m. at Lions Park Center.
Pre-register online by clicking the link to left!


Eager Elks Sports Ages 3-5 yrs.

Your child will come home with a smile on their face! Designed especially for the young child as a positive introductory experience to sports. Boys and girls learn basic skills and rules with low-key games that allow the children to have fun, be active, socialize and learn sportsmanship. 

We use safe, soft, age-appropriate equipment so your child can learn without fear of getting hurt. Active participation and good sportsmanship are encouraged.


Wonders of the National Parks

Watch a 30-minute video, designed and presented by The Great Courses and National Geographic. After the video, you may share experiences and thoughts. Enthusiasts of geology and science are sure to enjoy this in-depth series. Great photography and narration.

National Park discussed will be Joshua Tree and The San Andreas

Friday, October 19 at 9:30 a.m. at the Activity Center
$2 if you pre-register or $3 at the door.


Learn to Skate Session

Do you have a child who wants to learn to skate, but you don’t want to commit to expensive/long running classes?

All classes include class time and practice time. Students are evaluated the first few weeks of class and grouped by ability. Learn to Skate is on Monday nights.

Next session starts on Monday, December 1!


Active Elk River

Learn more about the value and community impact of the Active Elk River Plan, financed by a half-cent sales tax, ahead of the November 6 vote by clicking the link to the left.

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