Poolside Yoga

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 permitted in City limits

Campfires!

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.

Medallion Hunt Starts on Monday!

The first of three medallion hunts starts Monday June 15th – 30th!

Check the welcome center outside of the City Hall, the Fall Fest and Medallion Hunt Facebook pages for clues & other information on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.

Rules

  1. Be respectful of personal property. The medallion will ONLY be hidden on city/government property.
  2. The Fall Fest Medallion Hunt not only will follow the MN requirements for social distancing but will also follow the Parkers Prairie curfew requirements.
  3. Each medallion hunt is city-wide including the city park.
  4. The medallion will be hidden within the following areas: Elementary St., Lake St., Soo Line railroad tracks & JJ’s Excavating. (See Map in the welcome center outside of City Hall)
  5. Children under 10 years old, PLEASE have an adult for guidance.
  6. HAVE FUN!!
Parkers Prairie City Park

City Park is Open

Our City Park and bathrooms are open! While they are cleaned regularly they are not sanitized on a daily basis. We recommend that if you use the park that you follow the CDC guidelines by limiting group size, practicing social distancing, and proper hygiene.

Mayor Kevin Learning

Mayor Kevin Birkholz attended the 2019 Experienced Officials Leadership Conference held Friday & Saturday, February 1 & 2, 2019, in Plymouth, Minn. Attendees were newly elected & experienced officials.
The conference dealt with learning communication styles for a more effective relationship; how to better communicate with staff, residents, council colleagues & others. He enjoyed having the opportunity to meet officials from other Minnesota cities.
They also received the League of Minnesota Cities 2019 Legislative Priorities. Kevin is most interested in the Local Government Aid Funding, City Street Funding and Housing & Telecommunications. Other 2019 Legislative Priorities are Infrastructure Fees, Local Control, Police & Fire Disability Benefits, Presidential Primary, Sales Tax Exemption on Construction Materials, Urban Forest Management Funding & Water Policy & Funding.