Now that summer is finally here it is time to get out and enjoy all of the great summer things to do in our great city. The city’s OTC department has compiled several videos to help families choose what they want to do this summer:There are four great swim facilities in Saint Paul, including the recently renovated Como Pool. We take you on a tour of all four of them.
Speaking of swimming, if you’d rather cool off than dive in, the new Conway Splash Pad is just the place to do so. The new splash pad and play area at Conway Recreation Center are specifically designed for children ages 2-5 and 5-12.
Saint Paul's annual summer Music in the Parks series is in full swing with performances scheduled at locations across the city. The Music in the Park series features music from a variety of genres including orchestra, blues/jazz, 50s doo-wop and popular music. The 2013 season boasts more than 130 free concerts taking place now through September 1. For more info on when and where, click here.
The Saint Paul Park and Recreation Centers, Libraries and schools are offering many different and fun programs and events for all ages throughout the summer.
Don’t forget the Como Park Zoo and Conservatory! New this summer is the Gorilla Forest exhibit.
The City of Saint Paul and Saint Paul Public Schools have created six simple steps to keep children active and learning all summer long. It's called the Summer Countdown...
The Saint Paul Parks and Recreation has partnered with the Saint Paul Public Schools Nutrition Services to provide free summer meals at the parks and recreation centers for youth 18 years of age and under, and people over 19 who participate in a public or non-profit private school program for persons with disabilities. All sites serve meals Monday through Friday unless otherwise noted.