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Summer 2019

  • Term Dates: June 3-June 28
  • Expect your Course Guide:
     The week of Apr. 22
  • Course Request Period:
     Apr. 22-May 6, 4pm
  • Allocation Period: May 7-9
  • Additional Registration Period:
     May 10-17, 4 pm

Fall 2019

  • Course Request Period:
     Aug. 26-Sep. 9
  • Allocation Period: Sep. 10-12
  • Additional Registration Period:
     Begins Friday, Sep. 13, after 9 am, ends two days prior to each course start date.

Winter 2020

  • Course Request Period:
     Nov. 18-Dec. 2
  • Allocation Period: Dec. 3-5
  • Additional Registration Period:
     Begins Friday, Dec. 6, after 9 am, ends two days prior to each course start date.

Summer 2020

  • Course Request Period:
     Apr. 20-May 4
  • Allocation Period: May 5-7
  • Additional Registration Period:
     Begins Friday, May 8, after 9 am, ends two days prior to each course start date.
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20419: Natural History of Minneapolis Parklands-Part 2 - LATE START DATE   NEW!

On this natural history tour, you will visit three Minneapolis parks to explore which animals make the park their home, how the landscape was formed, and the history behind what makes each park special. This course is a continuation of Natural History of Minneapolis Parklands tour, but there is no prerequisite as we will explore three new parks listed below. Detailed information sent just prior to the first week. Fee covers the cost of a private program offered with a naturalist. Parking fees are the responsibility of the attendees.

June 14: Lake Hiawatha Park

June 21: Loring Park

June 28: Central Mississippi Riverfront Regional Park

 

Course Full and Waitlist Closed

3 sessions, Fridays, June 14-28, 10:00 - 11:30am, Various Minneapolis Parks

The above mentioned course/section is FULL. The waitlist is also full and has been closed.

 

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