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Grand Opening Sale-abration

by Administrator 8. November 2013 15:16

This Saturday (November 9th) we are going to be celebrating the GRAND OPENING of our new location. We would love for you to come down and check out the new spot and SAVE 15% OFF all your regular priced purchases. (Saturday only. 10am-7pm. In-store sales only. No online.)

Stop and by and check out our new location at:

305 5th Ave South #100

St. Cloud, MN 56301 

Skate Plaza Grand Opening Photos!

by Administrator 15. November 2010 07:56

Click the image below to see the photos Transworld took from the Skate Plaza Grand Opening Weekend!

Transworld is HYPED for THE GRAND OPENING!

by Administrator 8. November 2010 07:58

Skate Plaza Photo Update

by Administrator 3. November 2010 15:45

The grand opening of the Skate Plaza will be on Saturday November 13th. There will be a ribbon cutting ceremony, a free BBQ, a product raffle, skating all day long, and the premier of The Youth Shelter Skate video at dark. Stay tuned......

Skate Plaza to open NOVEMBER 13th!

by Administrator 20. October 2010 08:35

BY KARI PETRIE • KPETRIE@STCLOUDTIMES.COM • OCTOBER 20, 2010

The St. Cloud skate plaza at Heritage Park will open Nov. 13, Parks and Recreation Director Scott Zlotnik said.

The 20,000 square-foot plaza is being paid for through the Park Improvement Fund, private donations and Municipal State Aid.

Skate park supporters continue to raise money for the project and have raised more than $120,000 so far, according to the plaza’s website. The project’s budget is $516,000.

The plaza is concrete with green space and features rails, banks and high curbs.

The skate plaza isn’t the only city project that crews are trying to finish before snow flies.

The Lake George/Eastman Park improvements are under construction with a majority of its work done this fall and final landscaping to be completed in the spring.

This week crews will test the granite fountain, Zlotnik said.

The fountain is at the northeast corner of Lake George and features 14 pieces of granite, including pillars that are 13 feet tall.

They also are putting in the track that will go around the lake and doing additional seeding and planting.

The project includes a walking path and a separate running-biking-skating path, parking lots and a pier-like overlook so visitors can see the swans and ducks.

The $3.26 million project is being paid for through local sales tax and money raised by the Rotary Club.

Skate Plaza Grand Opening pushed back.........

by Administrator 11. October 2010 14:26
According to WJON.com.......