Parks & Recreation News

Buckham Bulletin: Call for Information — 12/18/2014
Spring 2015 Buckham Bulletin production begins Jan. 7, 2015 and will be printed and mailed mid-February. Please submit event, activity, and holiday information that falls within the March, April, and May time period by Jan.7. For details or to submit, contact Jeff at
Youthlink Newsletter Dec. Jan. 2015 — 12/17/2014
December and January events and activities.
Buckham Bulletin Winter Issue — 12/8/2014
See what's happening in Faribault this winter! Download the Buckham Bulletin here!
Buckham Bulletin: Winter 2014 Events & Activities — 12/8/2014
Get the winter Buckham Bulletin here!
Winter Racquetball League — 11/19/2014
WINTER RACQUETBALL LEAGUE Sign up at by Dec. 10, 2014 to be a part of the winter racquetball league! Call Jeff at 507-384-0516 or for details.
Hometown Holidays — 11/19/2014
Drop on in to Buckham Center Dec. 4 from 5:30-7pm for an evening of holiday fun! See attached flyer for details.
Buckham Bulletin: Winter Events & Activities — 11/18/2014
Get the Winter Buckham Bulletin Here! City of Faribault Events and Activities Dec. through February 2015.
YouthlInk Newsletter October — 10/2/2014
Activities and events for kids in the Faribault area.
Canoe & Kayaking Faribault — 8/12/2014
Check out a great video about kayaking the Cannon River
Alexander Park Amenities Map — 8/5/2014
Use this map to find your way to North or South Alexander Park, or to find which park shelter you are renting!
Sakatah-Singing Hills Trail Brochure — 6/1/2014
Get the Sakatah-Singing Hills Trail brochure here!
Racquetball League Tournament — 4/28/2014
Winter 2014 Racquetball League Tournament brackets
SlimdDown Results 1-20-2014 — 1/24/2014
SlimDown program results as of March 17.
Map of Alexander Park — 6/23/2013
Alexander Park Map shows location of park shelters, softball diamonds, restrooms, Ice Arena, Rice Co. Fairgrounds, Aquatic Center, Bell Field, and Bruce Smith Field.
Wapacuta Disc Golf Course — 12/9/2011
The Wapacuta Disc Golf Course in Faribault is 9 holes of varying lengths with trees, shrubbery and terrain changes offering plenty of hazards to avoid! Download the course brochure and score card here. Disc golf is a lot like traditional golf, except players use specially-made hard rubber flying discs instead of balls and clubs, and throw them for par at an above-ground target instead of a hole in the ground. The object of the game is to throw a golf disc into the target, a steel basket over which chains hang, in the fewest number of throws. The player begins by throwing from a designated tee area and continues toward the target, throwing each consecutive shot from the spot where the previous throw has landed.

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