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BMX Bike Track This ABA sanctioned track offers racing on Thursday nights at 7 p.m. Everyone is welcome to participate provided they have the appropriate equipment, (first lap free, membership required following that). Practices are on Tuesday evenings from 6-8 p.m. 218-998-Bike (summer only). 2001 W. Fir Ave. Sports & Recreation with the Otter in Adams Park on Grotto Lake, or go for a stroll around Lake Alice (1.1 miles) during your stay in Fergus Falls. Fergus Falls Public Library The library offers a wide variety of programs and services for all ages, including free wireless and computer access for visitors. Throughout the year, the library provides storytimes for toddlers and preschools, programs for teens, book clubs, technology classes and a number of special events including author visits, storytellers and even magicians! The public li-brary is a department of the City of Fergus Falls and a member of the Viking Library System., 218-739-9387. I-94 Speedway It’s always a good time! Friday night auto racing on a high banked 3/8 mile dirt track upper Midwest’s finest track the races start at 7:00 p.m. The regular season runs May 1-Sept. 4. Check us out at facebook I-94speedway or for more details and updates 218-998-2191. See you at the track! Northern Aire Lanes Northern Aire offers 20 bowling lanes, snack counter, reg-ular bowling and rock ’n bowl. Consider us for your next busi-ness or birthday party. 1419 College Way,, 218-736-3333. City Parks The City of Fergus Falls has over 500 acres of beautiful park-land. From tidy rows of flowers to the natural vegetation, they are a great place for a picnic, playing with the kids or taking a walk. You can also reserve a park for a family reunion, wed-ding or any other function during the summer months. Winter activities include sledding, indoor and outdoor skating, hockey or broomball. Fergus Falls operates the Fergus Falls Communi-ty Arena with two sheets of indoor ice for club, high school and pleasure skating. You can also enjoy walking, hiking, biking, picnicking as well as a game of tennis or horseshoes on a nice summer day. Most of our parks offer a playground area for the kids. DeLagoon, our largest park, offers both softball/baseball and soccer complexes (complete with new irrigation and drain-age system), camping area, fishing pier and boat launch. The park is also the trailhead to the Central Lakes Trail which is a 55 mile paved path that winds through the countryside from Fergus Fall to Osakis. Also available on Pebble Lake is a swim-ming beach, and for your special events, an enclosed kitchen and dining shelter. Don’t forget to stop and take your picture 16 • 800.726.8959

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