Minneapolis to reopen all recreation centers this fall
The Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board says it will reopen all of its recreation centers this fall and return them to regular hours and operation.
Currently, 38 recreation centers are open but only for scheduled programs. Registration for all programs is also required, and drop-in visits aren’t allowed.
MPRB said five recreation centers recently opened this month: Morris, Painter, Peavey, Pershing and Van Cleve. The centers still closed are Audubon, Brackett, Bryant Square, Corcoran, Kenny, Logan, Longfellow, Loring and Windom South.
More information is available online.