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Burnsville planning first center for the arts 1988September 22, 1988 Minneapolis Star Tribune reports: Burnsville's Alimagnet House, which houses parks and recreation offices and equipment, will become the city's first arts center next year... Jun 21, 2019
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Alimagnet ParkBob Bunnell, the Baseball Association 191 and Rich VaderLaan are recognized in the patio area at Alimagnet Park.Jun 20, 2019
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Bob Bunnell field at Lake Alimagnet ParkBob Bunnell is memorialized for his efforts throughout the 1970's and 80's on behalf of Burnsville Baseball...2005.Jun 20, 2019
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Rich VanderLaan field at Lake Alimagnet ParkRich VanderLaan is honored for his many contributions to Burnsville Baseball over more than 25 years... 2005,Jun 20, 2019
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Baseball Association 191 at Alimagnet ParkBaseball Association sign at Alimagnet Park.Jun 20, 2019
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The House at Lake AlimagnetAn computer created version of a photo of the House at Lake Alimagnet.Jun 20, 2019
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Alimagnet Dog ParkThe Alimagnet Dog Park is an enclosed, seven acre, off-leash canine exercise area located in Burnsville, Minnesota. It is owned and operated by the City of Burnsville and supported by members of PACK (People of Alimagnet Caring for K9s). Jun 20, 2019
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Bob Bunnell field at Lake Alimagnet ParkA view of the seats at the Bob Bunnell field.Jun 20, 2019
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Bob Bunnell field at Lake Alimagnet ParkThe stands at the Bob Bunnell field at Lake Alimagnet.Jun 20, 2019
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Bob Bunnell field at Lake Alimagnet ParkLocated at Lake Alimagnet Park, this field is named in honor of Bob Bunnell. Shown is new signage 2018 - 2019.Jun 20, 2019
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Lake Alimagnet ParkSide view of the House at Lake Alimagnet Park.Jun 20, 2019
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Lake Alimagnet area 1970sThis photo from the 1970s shows the Martin farm, which once stood at County Road 11 and McAndrews Road on the site of townhomes, near the present Alimagnet Park.Jun 20, 2019
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The House at Lake AlimagnetBack view of the "House" at Lake Alimagnet Park, home of Baseball 191. Once a private home, later purchased by the City for a teen center, art center.Jun 20, 2019
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The House at Lake AlimagnetAlimagnet House. Once a personal residence purchased by the city, later a teen center and arts center, today the home of Baseball Association 191.Jun 20, 2019
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Lake Alimagnet ParkEntry to Lake Alimagnet Park from County Road 11, 2019. Welcome to Alimagnet Park, 2019. Alimagnet Park is a 178-acre community park located two blocks north of County Road 42 on County Road 11. The park is home to Burnsville's award-winning Alimagnet Dog Park as well as numerous other amenities including multi-use trails that welcome cross-country skiers, walkers, snowshoers, skijorers and cyclists. There are also baseball fields on the property. Jun 20, 2019
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Lake Alimagnet ParkAltered version of the entry sign at Lake Alimagnet Park. Welcome to Alimagnet Park, 2019. Alimagnet Park is a 178-acre community park located two blocks north of County Road 42 on County Road 11. The park is home to Burnsville's award-winning Alimagnet Dog Park as well as numerous other amenities including multi-use trails that welcome cross-country skiers, walkers, snowshoers, skijorers and cyclists. There are also baseball fields on the property.Jun 20, 2019
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Alimagnet ParkWelcome to Alimagnet Park, 2019. Alimagnet Park is a 178-acre community park located two blocks north of County Road 42 on County Road 11. The park is home to Burnsville's award-winning Alimagnet Dog Park as well as numerous other amenities including multi-use trails that welcome cross-country skiers, walkers, snowshoers, skijorers and cyclists. There are also baseball fields on the property.Jun 20, 2019
 
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