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Buckham Bulletin Winter 2015 — 1/21/2015
Find the Winter 2015 Buckham Bulletin here! Spring issue mailed mid-February. For details or to submit, contact Jeff at jjarvis@faribault.org.
Park & Rec 2015 Calendar — 1/21/2015
Nothing says "happy new year" more than a new calendar!
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 www.faribault.org/parks/onlineregistration by Dec. 10, 2014 to be a part of the winter racquetball league! Call Jeff at 507-384-0516 or jjarvis@ci.faribault.mn.us 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
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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