A popular pastime in Dundas
is the Class B Dundas Dukes ameteur baseball
team. For more information regarding the Dundas
Dukes and their schedule of games, check out
their website at:
The Dundas “Dukes” Baseball Association sponsors the Summer Youth Baseball Program every summer during the months of June, July and August. All boys and girls from ages 8 to 15 are invited to come down to Memorial Park from 11:00 a.m. to Noon each weekday to participate in a wonderful program for skill building and having fun. There is no charge. Youth may bring their own gloves and are encouraged to wear proper shoes and a hat to block out the sun. Bats, baseballs, and batting helmets are provided by the “Dukes”. Registration forms are available in May at Dundas City Hall or on the website. For more information contact Bill Nelson at 507-645-6567.
of the Dundas Historical Society is to preserve, discover,
share and appreciate the history of the Dundas area.". If you love history, have pictures and
information to share, become a member today!
Making HISTORY while preserving it. Call Michelle Millenacker
The Dundas Historical Society meets monthly on the 3rd
Wednesday at 7:00 pm at Dundas City Hall.
The Mill Towns Trail is
a scenic recreational trail currently under development
in Southern Minnesota. The trail will link existing
trails: the Cannon Valley Trail from Cannon Falls to
Red Wing, and the Sakatah Singing Hills Trails between
Faribault and Mankato. The Mill Towns theme recognizes
the historic mills that were once important to the economy
of this area. Check out the website at: www.milltownstrail.org