Many Minneapolis Recreation Centers have state-of-the-art computer labs available to the public at no fee. Visit the labs for homework help, to read email, browse the Internet, design artwork, create scrapbooks, greeting cards, and more.
The labs offer Internet-based activities, interactive games, classes and educational sites for all ages. Classes vary by location and may include computer fundamentals, Internet basics, email basics, introduction to Microsoft Office Suite applications, managing files and folders, and more.
Most classes are free, and expert volunteer staff is on hand to guide and teach users. Click the Search & Register button below.
Minneapolis Recreation Center Computer Lab Locations
For lab hours and classes, call your nearby Recreation Center.
The MPRB has a technology initiative in collaboration with Osiris Organization, a non-profit organization, to bring open public access to computer technology in Minneapolis parks.
Osiris provides computer lab construction, technical support, and volunteer training. Youth employment is offered in collaboration with Teen Teamworks.