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Play Gym is a FREE opportunity for parents and their young children to gather and interact in a large, open, indoor space. Play Gym has toys, sports equipment, and art materials available for use. Program offered every Wednesday from 9:30am to 11:30am at the Duluth Heights Community Center.
For more information, please call 218-730-4322.
Recreational equipment is available for use FREE of charge.
-Frisbee golf, kites, volleyball, kickballs, croquet and more.
-Sheltered seeting, extra bathrooms and concession options are available
Free open skating at Heritage Sports Center
-Bring your own skates, limited skates available for use
Music in the Park Series - Ethnic Days "Music from the Alps to the Adriatic"
Gary New Duluth Performance Pavillion- Gary New Duluth Recreation Area
Public information meeting for the Clyde Connector Trail and Stewart Creek Bridge Restoration Projects. The project scope is to stabilize the former DWP railroad bridge to provide safe passage over Stewart Creek. The adjacent Clyde Connector Trail component of the project will reestablish recreational trail access between the Munger Trail and Skyline Parkway.
You are invited to attend a public meeting for an update to the Lower Chester Mini Master Plan. Community and neighborhood groups have approached the City and requested an update the 2012 City Council approved plan. This update process will look at current usage trends and patterns and make a recommendation for future improvements to the park. Your presence will help shape the future of Lower Chester Park.
The public meeting will take place on: Thursday, September 14th, 20175:30 – 7:30 pm
The City of Duluth is partnering with the St. Louis County Soil and Water District to restore and stabilize Chester Creek, one of 14 designated trout habitats in Duluth that was dramatically impacted during the 2012 flood. The public is invited to attend an informational meeting on the Chester Creek Dam Removal and Stream Restoration Project that is scheduled to begin on October 2nd of this year. The goals of this project are to remove the dams, restore the creek channel, provide trout habitat, and plant a healthy riparian area. The City is also putting in a new pedestrian bridge at lower end of the restoration reach (where the lower dam is presently located).
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has lifted the restricted work window for trout spawning, therefore, the work can commence in October, after a majority of the Park’s popular activities and events are over for the summer.
The informational meeting will take place on:
Wednesday, September 27th
Grant Recreation Center
901 E 11th St
The City is also offering a “walk-through” of the project at 10 am on the same day - September 27th - for those who cannot make the evening meeting or who would like to go over the plans in a non-meeting setting.
If you have questions please contact Jim Shoberg, Project Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (218) 730-4316 or Kate Kubiak at the South St. Louis Soil and Water Conservation District at email@example.com or at (218) 723-4946.
More information about the project can also be found on the Soil and Water Conservation
District’s website : http://southstlouisswcd.org/chester_creek.html