Programs

Nite to Unite Family Fun Night

Night to Unite is an important night in preventing crime and getting to know your neighbors. What better way to make this event grander than by combining it with our annual Family Fun Nite by Rogers Parks and Recreation? In partnership with Rogers Police Department, we invite you to participate in this FREE community event that features City vehicles and trucks, food, refreshments, activities, bounce-houses, carnival games, petting zoo, and an outdoor movie. Full details will be coming soon, but save the date!

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NEW! Movie In My Park

Let us show an outdoor movie at your local neighborhood park. Look out for the survey link to vote for your park and movie selection soon! Votes will be tallied and the winning park and movie will be posted the following week. We will bring the popcorn and the movie to your park. 

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Movies at Dusk

Join us at the movies . . . outdoors at Lions Central Park/Veteran’s Memorial, Rogers. We will be showing movies under the stars, so mark your calendar and save the dates! We will supply the popcorn. Call our weather hotline for show cancellations at 763-428-0960.

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Step To It Challenge

It is that time again to get moving, especially after the cold winter. Join this fun, free activity that encourages people of all ages and abilities to become more active and have a chance to win Minnesota Twins tickets and other prizes.

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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 www.rogersmn.gov/schedules 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

The Rogers Activity Center Learn-to-Skate program offers a hybrid skating program designed to meet the needs of all skaters and incorporates the Learn to Skate USA curriculum. Each class presents a progression of specific skills that build upon one another and give a great foundation to reach both recreational and competitive hockey/figure skating goals. Students often remain in the same level for a few sessions before mastering the skills needed to move to the next level. 

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