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  1. Bark in the Park - 300

    Bark in the Park

    Posted to News: BlaineParks on July 15, 2019

    August 15 from 5 to 7PM Read More
  2. Blaine Wetland Sanctuary Aerial - 300

    Blaine Wetland Sanctuary Upcoming Programs

    Posted to News: BlaineParks on July 11, 2019

    The City of Blaine has partnered with Growing Green Hearts and Wargo Nature Center to bring residents a variety of programs for families of all ages to discover and appreciate this valued Blaine resource. Read More
  3. Sunset over boardwalk at Blaine Wetland Sanctuary

    Blaine Wetland Sanctuary Trails Closed

    Posted to News: BlaineParks on July 10, 2019

    Starting on July 11 the trails and boardwalk at the Blaine Wetland Sanctuary will be closed. The trails are expected to reopen on July 20. Read More
  4. Impressions of Blaine - Spring Photo Contest Winners

    Announcing the Winners of the Impressions of Blaine Spring Photo Contest

    Posted to News: BlaineParks on July 5, 2019

    The results are in for the Impressions of Blaine Spring Photo Contest! Read More
  5. Woman Standing by Dog Sitting on Leash in Neighborhood - 300
  6. Blaine Activity Center Groundbreaking - 300

    New Senior/ Activity Center Update

    Posted to News: BlaineParks on June 5, 2019

    The Blaine City Council awarded the bid for the construction of the new Mary Ann Young Center to Ebert Construction. Read More
  7. 2019 Teen Art Show Winners with Artwork

    Local Students Honored at Teen Art Show Awards Ceremony

    Posted to News: BlaineParks on April 19, 2019

    On Tuesday, April 16 an award ceremony was held to announce the winners and runners-up in several categories. Read More...
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    Blaine Activity/Senior Center Project

    Posted to News: BlaineParks on March 6, 2019

    In early February the city advertised for bids for the construction of a 15,000 square foot senior/activity center to replace the existing, approximately 5,000 square foot, Mary Ann Young Senior Center. Read More
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