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Curling is Coming to the Burnsville Ice Center
Burnsville residents and friends are invited to learn the popular sport of curling from the Burnsville Ice Center's United States Curling Association-certified instructors. Learn to Curl classes, instructional leagues and open curling will be available starting in March. Participants will learn about etiquette, rules, scoring, delivery techniques, sweeping and strategy.
Want to get your own group together for a curling party? The Burnsville Ice Center is available for private group and corporate event rentals of at least eight people.
For more information visit
-Burnsville Recreation Department
Ice Rinks Closed for the Season
Outdoor ice rinks have closed for the season.
Ski Tail Conditions Poor
Burnsville's ski trails are still open, but trail conditions are poor. Some areas are icy while others do not have much snow cover. Use caution when skiing on the trails.
100 Civic Center Parkway
Burnsville, MN 55337
8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Wed, Feb. 22
62+ Winter Nature Walk
Mon, Mar. 13
62+ Workshop: Reduce Your Food Waste -- Registration Deadline
Thu, Mar. 16
62+ Workshop: Reduce Your Food Waste
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