Eagan Family Fun: 10 Close-To-Home Parks to Explore This Summer
10 of the Best Twin Cities Playgrounds
Talking to Kids About Race


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Eagan Family Fun: 10 Close-To-Home Parks to Explore This Summer

This summer we are exploring ways to have fun close to home. Why cross the metro when there is fun at your doorstep? Each city in the Twin Cities metro area has great things to offer. We want to highlight that fun. Today, we’ve pulled together some Eagan Family Fun on the south side of the cities. As the eighth largest city in Minnesota, Eagan is brimming with ways to entertain your kids.

Note: In 2020, we are facing unique closures and delays. While we are writing this article for now, we also hope it will prove useful in the future. We’ve listed projected opening dates for anything that is currently closed. For an up-to-date listing of what is and isn’t open in Eagan Parks, check the city website here.
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10 of the Best Twin Cities Playgrounds

Summer is the perfect time to leave the beaten path around the neighborhood park and explore some of the more unique playgrounds in the Twin Cities. We’ve been trekking to all corners of the metro to find and share new places to climb, slide, splash, swim and entertain your little bundles of energy this summer. Here’s our list of the 10 Best: Read More

Talking to Kids About Race

Race was something I didn’t think too much about when my kids were little.  I didn’t understand the depth of its importance.  And that right there is the beginning of the problem.

I have heard the words “White Privilege” over and over again.  I wish I could say that I understood what it meant. 

Obviously I didn’t. Not until just a couple of days ago. When George Floyd was murdered. 

I’m here to say that now I’m starting to see.  But because I’m very white, I won’t ever (NOT EVER) understand what it feels like to be a black person. But now I’m starting to see the problem is me.
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