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You say potato, I say tater!
Brooklyn Park does not have a fireworks display on the 4th of July. We do our fireworks a few weeks earlier at the Tater Daze festival. Find out where to view fireworks. Happy Independence Day!
Spud knows he’s lost his valuable potato family heirloom somewhere in Brooklyn Park, but he needs your help retracing his steps. He will provide weekly clues to guide you on your search.
A family of four loses $1500 a year on wasted food. Food that’s fine to eat, but we throw it out anyway. Here are simple things you can do to put your food where it belongs – on the dinner table, not in the trash can.
If you look down the street outside of your home or office, you will probably find storm sewer inlets or ditches. Have you ever wondered where they go?
The ability to be happy is largely within your own control. While there is no one direct path to happiness—different things work for different people—there are a number of things that have been shown to boost mental well-being
Attend Hennepin County's Citizens Academy to find out how we are serving you, our residents, each day in ways both big and small. Get an insider's perspective on the workings of the state's largest county, and take advantage of tours behind the scenes at several facilities.
Participants meet for seven evening sessions. The series is free and open to anyone who is at least 18 years old.
The new Hennepin County Library in Brooklyn Park, located at 8500 W. Broadway Ave., held a grand opening celebration Thursday evening. After 10 years of planning, the new space is 39,000 square feet, more than twice the size of the previous library, which served Brooklyn Park residents for 40 years.
The Brooklyn Park Police Federation is hosting a golf tournament to raise funds for retired Brooklyn Park Police Officer Bill Breth's family. On May 7, 2016 Bill unexpectedly passed away due to complications from a recent medical procedure. Bill leave behind a wife a four children. This fundraiser will go to support his family and the hardship of their medical bills.
Youth will be able to enjoy more opportunities for activities this summer with the new Rec on the Go vehicle. Mobile recreation, including games, arts and crafts, and a free lunch, will be at various locations in the city.