Definition funny of Anoka:

urbanAnoka is a pretty unique town. Tucked in the suburbs about 30 minutes north of the cities. It's common to pass through anoka on highway 10 on your way to St. Cloud. Anoka is Halloween capital of the world (dont trust me? google that shit.) The rum river runs behind anoka high school, know there for an eclectic population of students; The goth kids hide in the library and play magic, the ethnic kids crowd the front doors of the main commons, the fake chicks that chill in front of the deca mart, and the various other clicks of hicks, g's, emos, and yaddas slathered throughout the school. Everyone tends to cling to one clique or another at Anoka. Kids get bored real easy. Drinking is a sport, drugs are recreational, taco night is a must. The high school looks like a concrete prison with a waffle ceiling on the inside. We hold some classes in trailers and some in the barns behind the school. The "free lot" is where the kids smoke cigs. Anoka hot spots and activities: the aquatic center, rocket park, cruising main street late at night, streaking during football games, fireworks in the main commons, wave pool, crooked lake, third layer, grand slam, .... the variety. The rum river dam runs through main street. There is a little stone hut just south of the dam. And a retired amphitheater they should really restore. If you are from Anoka you understand the irony in our catch phrase, "Stay classy, be classy, act classy, Anoka."

urbanClassic: You know your from Anoka when the Tornado siren goes off and people start cheering! Anoka is the true and original A-Town. Andover can bite it. Stay classy, act classy and be classy anoka. Accept the challenge. We like our forks flat. Ms. Gohla is satan.

urbanA city in MN located on the Mississippi river and Rum river. Has a great champion high school and is also known as "The Real A-Town".

urbanAnoka is the real A-Town, not Andover.


Songs about Anoka:

songsAnoka Library Song by Garrison Keillor & Jon Pankake from the Album Old Sweet Songs, Vol. 3

songsAnoka by Open Road Adventures from the Album Minnesota's Brainerd Lakes Audio Tour

songsAnoka-Hennepin by Mark Rushton from the Album Hum and Drift


Books about Anoka:

booksAnoka by Rick Wallace (May 29, 2009)

booksGrowing Up in Anoka by Eleanor Lee Swisher (Feb 25, 2013)

booksA Murder in Anoka County by Eddie Jane Gavin (Mar 27, 2014)

booksMinnesota's St. Croix River Valley and Anoka Sandplain: A Guide to Native Habitats by Daniel S. Wovcha, Barbara C. DeLaney and Tom Klein (Mar 1995)

booksPicturing Anoka County: 150 Years of Anoka County History by Sharron Stockhausen and Todd Mahon and Vickie Wendel {Photo Editors} (Jan 1, 2006)

booksHistory of Anoka County and the towns of Champlin and Dayton in Hennepin County, Minnesota by Albert M. Goodrich and Photos (Jan 1, 1976)

booksBiology Concepts & Connections, Custom Edition for Anoka Ramsey Community College by Campbell (2009)


Movies about Anoka:

moviesAnoka High School Video Yearbook: 2001-2002 -

moviesAnoka High School: Making History, 1905-2005 -


Wiki information Anoka:

City/Town/Village, Capital of administrative division, Statistical region, Location, HUD Foreclosure Area, HUD County Place, Dated location

Anoka is a city in Anoka County, Minnesota. The population was 17,142 at the 2010 census. It is the county seat. Anoka is also the "Halloween Capital of the World", because it hosted one of the first Halloween parades in 1920. It continues to...

Anoka County
US County, Newspaper circulation area, Location, Dated location, Statistical region, Administrative Division, HUD Foreclosure Area

Anoka County is the fourth-most populous county in the U.S. state of Minnesota. As of the 2010 census, the population was 330,844. The county seat and namesake of the county is the City of Anoka, which is derived from the Dakota word anokatanhan...