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Posted on: May 1, 2018

Mark Your Calendars: Night to Unite is Tuesday August 7


Enjoy a summer evening with neighbors to celebrate our community on Tuesday, August 7, for the annual Night to Unite celebration.

Night to Unite is the best Tuesday of the year, with the police and fire departments out in full force visiting block parties and strengthening community partnerships. The City public works department will again be joining the celebration and making visits to neighborhood parties with their special monster trucks. McGruff the Crime Dog, along with specialty units within the police department, will also be out that night. For the first time this year, members of the Minnesota State Patrol will be joining the community celebration.

Get to know your greater community, join with other block parties, and take your party to your local park. Make new friends and guarantee a visit from police, fire, and others. If you don’t know other party hosts in your area, check out the map on the website for parties near you or give us a call. In The Lakes area, the pavilion rental fee for Lakeside Commons Park will be waived for that evening for a block party with attendance greater than 75 people.

It’s free to register as a block party host, and the City will provide you with some ideas and items to help with planning your block party. Each party will receive door hangers, name tags, t-shirts for the organizers, informational brochures, and a few other goodies. Registration deadline is July 20, 2018. The Pet Photo Contest is back again with prizes. See website for details.

For more information, check out our Night to Unite website at, contact Kim Kiley or call 763-785-6186.

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