Playground Program

The program runs for six weeks, meeting twice a week, Tuesdays and Thursdays. Register for all six weeks, or weekly. Each week children will be involved in games, crafts and other activities based on a theme.  Each class is from 9:00am – 12:00pm.  

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Downtown Farmers Market

Rogers Farmers’ Market has approximately 20 vendors (farmers, growers, artists, crafters and select Rogers businesses) emphasizing diversity, quality and freshness. Our market encourages community participation and support our local food system. The market is located near the Veteran’s Memorial and Triangle Park. For more information, visit the Farmers Market page.  

Arena Walking

Need a place to walk other than outdoors? Walk indoors at the ice arena; 8 times around equals a mile and it’s free! The Rogers Activity Center is open Monday-Friday at 9:00am. Visit to review daily closings and weekend hours. The arena is not open for walking during paid events such as tournaments or high school hockey games.  The route around the rink and past the locker rooms is ramped.

The route around the rink and past the locker rooms is ramped.

Learn To Skate USA

Join us in skating lessons developed around skills taught by USA Figure Skating, USA Hockey, and USA Speedskating; together these highly recognizable associations have created a strong core for skating development for all ages and levels. Our skating lessons are for ages 3½ - adult and are broken down into various levels to enable skaters to grow, develop and have fun. Classes are taught over the course of six weeks and are held at the Rogers Activity Center. Rental skates are available for $2 /pair weekly, and bike helmets are available for $1. Helmets are required for all Snowplow Sam and Basic 1-2 classes. All skaters should wear warm pants, jacket and gloves. Hockey classes require helmets, hockey gloves, shin pads and a stick (other equipment is optional but suggested). No double-blade skates allowed nor are parents allowed on ice during lesion times. The skate director must approve exceptions.

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