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Wayzata Parks and Trails

Family Fun Day–June 13

Get in gear for summer at our family fun day! Bike Rodeo, Yard Games, Kid’s DJ, Sweet Treats and More! This event is FREE, registration is appreciated for planning purposes.

Date: Saturday, June 13
Time: 12:00 p.m.–3:00 p.m.
Place: Wayzata Klapprich Park

Community Ed is always looking for new ideas and new opportunities to respond to your learning interests and our community’s emerging needs. We have a long history of listening and responding to what our community needs. We work hard to connect and open doors for our community of learners so they can thrive and be successful in school and life.

We are delighted to be launching a new partnership with the City of Wayzata’s Parks and Trails Board. This partnership allows us to provide additional active programs for youth and adults that promote fitness and wellness, as well as some that focus on enrichment, skill mastery and social engagement. Many activities include a multigenerational component encouraging families to participate together!

Free Opportunities:
Energizing Morning Flow Yoga
Walk and Talk Wayzata History
Meditating with Nature
Magic Show
Storytelling and Puppeteer on the Great Lawn

Adult Classes:
Goat Yoga
Bocce Ball
Intro to Advanced Pickleball
Family Pickleball
Mat Pilates in the Park
Tai Chi at the Depot
Drawing in the Park for Beginners
Photography 101
Forest Bathing—Shinrin Yoku
Hand Drumming by the Lake

Youth Classes:
Cat’s Kids Yoga
Soccer Shots

Class Locations:
Bell Tennis Courts
Klapprich Fields
Wood-Rill Trail
City Hall Park
Wayzata Beach
Wayzata Big Woods Preserve

And More!