Marshall Community Services
The Summer 2020 brochure with educational and recreational opportunities has been released. Planning continues to prioritize the safety of our participants. http://online.fliphtml5.com/ficn/ilbx/
These activities will begin this coming week, June 15: junior baseball, minor league T-ball, youth archery, youth tiger, gymnastics lessons, small group gymnastics sessions, Tiger gymnastics team session,
Tiger girls 7th-8th grade tennis camp, Tiger girls varsity/JV tennis camp, girls Tiger varsity/JV summer hockey team camp (1st two weeks held at Independence Park)
June 16: Junior T-ball, youth Tiger gymnastics lessons small group gymnastics sessions.
June 17: “Let’s Get Crafty – Water Bottles,” minor league T-ball, Little Legends soccer camp, Tiger Rising Stars track and field camp, “Let’s Get Physical: Stretch and Tone Three-Two-Run,” Little Legends soccer camp, girls’ volleyball instructional league beginning horsemanship, art camp, children’s theater: “High School Musical” workshop SMSU children’s theater
For more information about these activities and more, visit https://bit.ly/2mIZEQh.
The Adult Community Center and Red Baron Arena & Expo remain closed to the public until further notice.
The city of Marshall is planning to open the Aquatic Center to the public sometime during Fathers’ Day weekend June 19-21. More information will be provided early next week.
We encourage all residents to use City Parks, including Loyalty Dog Park, while practicing social distancing guidelines.
For more information, call 507-537-6767 (8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.) Monday through Friday or access us at https://ci.marshall.mn.us/
Marshall Community Services is temporarily located on the campus of SMSU – SS139. The mailing address remains 344 W. Main St.
Behind-the-Wheel Driver Education lessons have been scheduled for July, and there are currently openings available. MCS has created a COVID-19 Safety Plan which will be available upon registration.
Contact our office with questions and for available lesson schedules. All students must show a valid permit prior to registering.