FARGO-The Seasons at Rose Creek restaurant has closed its dining room and the building is up for sale, according Roger Gress, executive director of the Fargo Park District.
Gress said Earlyne Hector, whose family owns the building the restaurant is in, has told him parts of the facility will remain open for a time to accommodate the needs of the Rose Creek Golf Course, which is owned and operated by the park district and which is currently seeing its golfing activity disrupted by construction on flood control structures.
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Gress said parts of the building that will continue to operate for a time include restrooms, a bar area and a grill and a pro shop.
He said a long-term plan for the building has yet to be worked out between the park district and the Hector family.
Gress said based on what the Hector family has shared with him, wedding events scheduled at Seasons at Rose Creek will be accommodated through the month of June, but any scheduled beyond that have been canceled.
A message left at the restaurant Tuesday morning was not returned.
Seasons at Rose Creek, which is located at 1500 Rose Creek Parkway, opened in the early 1990s.