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Event Sponsor Form

  1. RecPartners Partnership Opporutnities - Banner

  2. Become a RecPartner

    Businesses searching for creative way to reach new, loyal, and active customers are invited to partner with the Blaine Parks and Recreation Department for great results. Sponsors are sought on an on-going basis for a variety of community-wide events, cultural activities, and performances. By partnering with Blaine Parks and Recreation business owners can increase their exposure within the community and can enhance their customer base. The cross-marketing offered will benefit your business and strengthen your roots in the community and surrounding areas. Many sponsorship opportunities are offered and can be tailored to your marketing goals and budget. Get face to face with thousands of new customers.

  3. Partnership Opportunities

  4. Winter Holiday Celebration

    Sunday, November 29, 5:30 - 8PM
    The Winter Holiday Celebration at Blaine City Hall, will include a variety of great activities for the whole family. All activities are free and run continuously throughout the evening. The event will feature the lighting of Town Square Park with beautiful lights and a large lit tree. Enjoy live holiday music, s’mores by the fire, hot chocolate, and much more. Santa and his reindeer will be at the event, but Santa will not be available for individual visits or photographs. Children can be part of the kids secret holiday shopping spree which will be located inside city hall, gifts range from $1 - $15 and gift wrapping is free.

  5. Earth Day

    April 11 - May 10
    You select your date!

    Businesses, community groups, and neighborhoods are invited to clean up a park or pond in celebration of Earth Day! Like the earth, we know that time is a precious resource. Therefore, we have designated 6 weeks for our clean-up so you can fit it into your schedule!

  6. Senior Safety Fair

    Monday, March 30, 9AM - 2:30PM
    Each spring, the Blaine Police Department, in partnership with the Mary Ann Young Center, the Spring Lake Park Parks and Recreation Department, and Spring Lake Park - Blaine - Mounds View Fire Department conduct a one-day safety and wellness fair for the senior population. Seniors may register for $10.

  7. Performance in the Park/Kids

    17 concerts throughout the summer
    Wednesday evenings & Friday mornings

    This free concert series lasts all summer and features a variety of musical genres. From polka to kids to rock to blues, Performance in the Park has something for everyone. Partnering with these events is perfect for the organization looking for long-term exposure. Select the level of participation with the options outlined below, or contact us to custom the experience.

  8. Family Fun Night

    Tuesday, July 14
    Opportunity to have a Family Fun Night Booth.

  9. Safety Camp

    Tuesday, June 23 - Wednesday, June 24
    Co-sponsored by the Blaine Police and Parks and Recreation Departments, and the Spring Lake Park – Blaine – Mounds View Fire Department. More than 160 fourth grade children will spend two days learning skills necessary to avoid injury and cope with emergency situations. Unintentional injury is the leading cause of death and disabling injury for children ages birth to 14. The goal of Safety Camp is to help reduce the number of these incidents. With your help we can accomplish our goal.

  10. Kids Triathlon

    Saturday, July 25, 8AM
    The Blaine Kids Triathlon challenges youth to make fitness a part of their every day life. The triathlon is a great fit for businesses in the health and wellness industry and those whose customer base are youth and families.

  11. Night to Unite

    Tuesday, August 4
    On the first Tuesday of August each year, Blaine joins communities around Minnesota for Night to Unite, an evening of neighborhood festivities aimed at increasing crime prevention awareness and building a strong community. Members of the Blaine Police Department and SBM Fire Department make an effort to appear at all registered block parties in the city. The evening also includes a chance to participate in giving back to the community. Several block parties hold a collection drive for area non-profit organizations.

  12. Bark in the Park

    Thursday, August 13; 5-7 pm
    To mark the start of the dog days of summer, Blaine hosts Bark in the Park. Bring your favorite four-legged friend and visit with companies and non-profit groups specializing in dogs. Dog licenses will be available for free (with proof of vaccination), nail trimming will be offered, and dog merchandise will be for sale at the vendor booths. Pet owners and their pets can also enjoy the pup-arazzi photo booth, sounds of the Backyard Band, and delicious food from food truck vendors. Bark in the Park is a great fit for businesses in the pet supply industry and those with a customer base of youth and families.

  13. World Fest

    September 12, 1 - 4PM
    Blaine WorldFest is an annual event celebrating diversity in Blaine. WorldFest highlights a variety of cultures and ethnicities through food, art, music, dance, and education. WorldFest is a great fit for organizations looking for a diverse and educational event.

  14. Blaine Wetland Sanctuary

    The Blaine Wetland Sanctuary (BWS) is over 500 acres of wetland and upland. A boardwalk through sanctuary extends from a parking lot along Lexington Avenue through both wetland and upland habitats and connects to East Lake Park. Future plans include additional trails (exact locations are yet to be determined) and a nature pavilion. Environmental education is a focus of the Blaine Wetland Sanctuary. If your business is environmentally focused, consider sponsoring activities at the wetland sanctuary or donating funds for programming and promotional items. In addition, BWS has educational sign opportunities available for businesses, organizations, groups, or individuals looking for a unique and affordable advertising or legacy option. The sponsorship also offers an opportunity to invest in the ongoing programming and maintenance efforts at BWS.

  15. Coffee with a Cop

    Coffee with a Cop is an opportunity to break down the barriers that, on occasion, exist between police officers and the citizens they serve. Taking time to meet in a neutral location provides for real conversations about issues that matter. The officers have a chance to answer questions and share important information. It is also a chance for kids to meet an officer and get some fun give-a-ways. Over the past few years the Blaine Police Department has expanded on the Coffee with a Cop idea and created Bike with a Cop, Coffee and Story Time with a Cop, Donut with a Cop, Pop with a Cop, and Popsicle with a Cop. Businesses can partner with the Blaine Police Department to offer complimentary coffee, donuts, etc.

  16. Impressions of Blaine

    Impressions of Blaine is a seasonal online photo contest. There are 5 categories and winners in each category receive a $25 gift card. Businesses who want to be a sponsor can donate gift cards in increments of $25.

  17. Would you like booth space at the event?*

    World Fest, Performance in the Park, Family Fun Night, Bark in the Park, and Kids Triathlon provide free booth space to sponsors. The city will provide a 12x12 space (or larger if requested). Sponsors are responsible to bring tables, tents, chairs, and all supplies needed.

  18. What size space do you need

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  20. Payment*

    The City of Blaine will send an invoice to the email on your form.

  21. CONSENT TO RELEASE OF INFORMATION & RELEASE OF LIABILITY

    In consideration of your accepting this application, I authorize the City of Blaine to disclose to the city’s insurer, attorney, staff, coaches, participants and other personnel involved in this program the following information: name, address and telephone number. This information shall be used for the purpose of program administration. This consent to release information shall expire one year from the date of execution. I understand that the records are protected under the state and federal privacy regulations. I also understand that I may cancel this consent by a writing to that effect at any time prior to the information being released. I give my consent to use any photograph or video tape taken of myself for future promotional or marketing materials. In consideration of the city providing the registered activities, I agree to not hold the city liable for any claim resulting from participation in any such activity, including claims for injuries, death and resulting attorney fees. The completion of your registration signifies your acceptance of this consent.

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