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Recreation Activities

Youth Arts Classes

Regretfully, the art program is cancelled this summer.

Youth Sports Programs

The City Council approved plans for the 2017 Youth Sports programs on Monday, April 24. Revolutionary Sports will provide evening instructional classes and weeklong sports camps for Osseo residents in July and August.

Review full class descriptions in the Sports Programs Booklet, or download a Sports Class Registration Form or Sports Camp Registration Form

Although registration is also offered through Revolutionary Sports, Osseo residents must register through the City to recieve the subsidized "Resident" registration rate.

Evening Skill Building Classes

Revolutionary Sports leads fun and instruction-based programs that teach participants how to play sports better. RevSports programs maximize the time that a player spends developing individual skills. Programs are offered over a six week (once a week) class format. The program starts with an active, skill-based warm-up; transitions into a fun, more challenging game; and ends with an age-appropriate small-sided scrimmage. Focus is on individual player development and helping each player at their own ability level become more confident with the necessary skills of the game. All ability levels are welcome. Age group overlap allows students to self-select the appropriate program intensity.

Evening classes are offered at the following instructional levels:

  • TotStars: Ages 2-3, Parent-Child Classes (Soccer, Baseball/T-Ball)
  • PreStars: Ages 3-5, Parent-Child Classes (Soccer, Baseball/T-Ball)
  • KinderStars: Ages 4-6, Parent-involved classes (Soccer, Baseball, Flag Football)
  • MiniStars: Ages 5-8 (Soccer)
  • MightyStars: Ages 6-9 (Flag Football)
  • Skill Stars: Ages 8-12 (Tennis, Flag Football)


Multi-Sport Day Camps

Multi-Sport day camps are designed to teach kids the fundamentals so they can play a game in 20+ sports over the course of a full-day camp week. View a sample itinerary at www.pla-it.com/camp All equipment necessary is provided. Campers should bring a water bottle, lunch, and plenty of morning and afternoon snacks.
Camps are offered in a Full Camp format with structured programming scheduled over a 6 hour full-day period, 9 AM-3 PM, with a one hour lunch down time. Younger campers register for a Sports & Activities Camp with games, projects, and educational activities in the afternoon. Older campers participate in activities throughout a full day Sports Camp. Full Day Camps in June and August include a Friday Field Trip to a Twin Cities destination (e.g., AirMaxx Trampoline Park, Conquer Ninja Warrior, etc) (transportation provided).

A Half Day Camp ends at 11:30 am, before lunch. Camps allow for flexible registration options such as individual days, half day, or full-day registration. A discount is provided for registering for an entire week of programming. For those not registering for the entire week, an additional field trip fee applies.



Separate summer recreation programs are also handled through partner organizations.

The Osseo Maple Grove Athletic Association (Osseo School District) has information on their website.

Hennepin County Library & Friends of the Library present enrichment programs on select Monday afternoons in Osseo. Visit the Library's website or contact the Osseo library for more information and to register for events.



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Events in the Park

Tuesday, July 25 at 7 pm - "Wise with Waste" presentation followed by "Wall-E" movie about 8:30 pm