The Parkers Prairie Lion’s Club has FREE Be Kind signs that can be displayed outdoors. If you would like one of these signs please contact Lion’s member Jim, at 218-639-5323.
October 4-10th 2020 marks the 98th anniversary of observance and commemoration of the Great Chicago Fire. During this week children, adults and teachers learn how to stay safe in case of a fire. To find more fire safety information and family escape plan toolkits https://www.nfpa.org/Public-Education/Staying-safe/Preparedness/Fire-Prevention-Week
This facility is newly renovated and currently open to the public thanks to donations. The City asks that everyone follow the posted rules and show respect for the site. ONLY paper or cardboard targets may be used, and everyone must clean up their waste after using the range. If the posted rules are not being followed, the range will be shut down.
The shooting range is located on Parkers Road (follow West Lake Street around Lake Adley)
Friday, August 14, 2020 from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. Located at 56320 County Highway 46 Parkers Prairie. This is the safe way to dispose of old paint and other hazardous household products. For more information on the types of waste accepted, please call 21-998-4898. We thank Otter Tail County for making this yearly collection day possible!
Tent camping is permitted at Lake Adley Park. RV’s or campers are not allowed. Lake Adley Park, shelter, and facilities are for everyone to enjoy, and there is no fee for camping! There is a 2 night maximum on camping. Please be respectful to the property and please make sure garbage gets put in the trash can.
The Parkers Prairie FFA is proud to offer the community garden! Swing by and check for fresh produce! You can also check their Facebook page for updates.
Since the governor’s Executive Order requiring Minnesotans to wear face coverings in all public indoor spaces and businesses, the City Hall will be requiring masks starting July 25th and while this order remains in place. We thank you and appreciate your cooperation!
Join Pamela at the beautiful Aquatic Center for a peaceful poolside Holy Yoga experience.
Every Tuesday & Thursday at 9 am starting July 2nd
Bring a mat, water, sunscreen and a beach towel for under your mat (sometimes it’s a little sandy or damp from dew). All classes are $10 and drop-in, no need to register. Check out Holy Yoga with Pamela Facebook page for updates throughout the summer.
Campfires are allowed in City limits. Your campfire must be no larger than 3′ x 3′. No household garbage should be burned, only wood and yard waste. Please be respectful of your neighbors, play it safe, and do not leave campfires unattended.