East Grand Forks Parks & Recreation
East Grand Forks Parks & Recreation aims to provide safe and enjoyable activities, which promote and instill a healthy, active lifestyle for our residents. We offer numerous youth sports programs and recreation activities through the Spring, Summer, Fall & Winter.
Agency: East Grand Forks Parks & Recreation
Natural Play Space
Natural play spaces are "playgrounds" like elements of parks or school yards that are uniquely positioned to address many of the challenges associated with increasing obesity, loss of social capital, and fewer connections to nature. Natural play spaces are reemerging as a method for engaging children and adults to improve health through physical activity and provide opportunities less structured free play with natural materials in outdoor environments. They provide opportunities for people to spend time in nature for active and imaginative play as well as reflection and renewal. PCPH provides technical assistance in community organizing and NPS design, implementation and evaluation.
Agency: Polk County Public Health
Free Tai Chi Easy Class
Tai Chi Easy class meets every Monday at 4:30 pm. The free, fun classes are held in Meeting Room 4 on RiverView's Crookston campus. When practiced regularly, Tai Chi can improve mental and physical wellbeing.
Agency: RiverView Health
For more healthy activities, please visit the city sites below: