East Recreation Center, Community Garden & Neighborhood Park

 

East Recreation Center

 

The Purpose of the East Recreation Center is to offer:
Simple, Sincere & Spontaneous Service.

Simple: Our services are well-designed, but not fussy.
Sincere: Our words and actions are honest and caring.
Spontaneous: Our daily routine allows for “un-planned” fun to happen.

Fall Hours & Events

Rules & Special Notes 

Program Proposals

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ERC Community Garden & Winona Seed Library                                                                                                                                       

The East Rec Community Garden exists to:

Provide a safe space for people to grow, eat, and share produce

Foster wellness (body, mind, spirit) through gardening & programming

To celebrate diversity, creativity, and sustainability.

Plus, thanks to a partnership with WSU, the East Recreation Center is now a host site for the Winona Seed Library! The WSU Seed Bank and Library strives to educate, exchange, and preserve seeds for the Winona community, inspiring awareness and action on food equity, insecurity, and biodiversity. A goal of the library is to give all people access to healthy, high-quality produce, regardless of socioeconomic class. Anyone may check out seeds for free from the library during East Rec open hours!

Waiver

Garden Q & A

Garden Guidelines/Policies

 

Neighborhood Park

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The purpose of the ERC Neighborhood Park is to provide an Inviting, Inspiring, and Engaging place for people to gather and play.

Inviting: Our park and programs appeal to a wide variety of ages and uses.
Inspiring: Our space spurs imagination and discovery.
Engaging: Our actions/programs engage and build relationships with our neighbors.

Plant Guide