Save the date for the Bike to School Day Celebration on May 9th at Lion's Park! All ages are welcome for helmet fitting, bike tune-ups, an obstacle course, and much more! ... See MoreSee Less
Yes, we are being optimistic that spring is here to stay! If you have kids and live in the Sartell school district, come on out and join us on Wednesday, May 9 from 2:30 pm to 5:00 pm at Lions Park in Sartell (across from City Hall) for the Bike to School Day Celebration. See the flyer for more details.
by Mike Knaak firstname.lastname@example.org Sartell’s Knowledge Bowl team won this year’s Class AA championship at the state meet in Brainerd April 12-13. The top 40 teams, out of more than 1,000 statewide, competed in one written round and four oral rounds. Team members are Janagan Ramanathan, Nath...
Sartell has some great baseball! Head to BlueLine tomorrow to support the Stone Poney’s and to Upper Deck on May 5th for a bean bag tournament to support the Muskies! Sign your bean bag duo up early by following the registration link in the invite ⚾️ ❤️ ... See MoreSee Less
Sartell is fortunate to be home to two amateur baseball teams - the Muskies and Stone Poneys. Both teams are hosting fundraisers over the next few weeks - Stone Poneys fundraiser at the Blue Line April 29 from 4-7, Muskies are hosting a bean bag tournament at the Upper Deck on May 5th and the Stone Poneys’s apparel store is open now.
Please consider supporting our local amateur at these events and make sure to head out to Champion Field to take in their games.
Our waffle breakfast is less than a week away! We do have some pre-sale tickets left - if you'd like to save a little on tickets message this page and we'll get you set up!
Ages 6-12: $5
5 and under are free
See you there!
Congratulations to Yazaan, one of 100 Minnesota students to participate in the State Geography Bee. We look forward to watching you compete throughout the next three years! #SabrePride ... See MoreSee Less
by Dennis Dalman email@example.com Yazaan Anjum’s disappointment quickly turns into hope when he remembers he has three more years, three more tries at the Geography Bee. Anjum, a Sartell fifth-grader, is one of 100 Minnesota students who competed in the State National Geographic Bee April 6...