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Continued: West school briefs: Minnesota sixth-graders eligible for free admission to historical sites

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Zivkovich encouraged residents to e-mail commrelations@bloomington.k12.mn.us for more information.

Hopkins

Young People’s Concert set for Oct. 29

The Hopkins High School Orchestra will perform its annual “Young People’s Concert” on Oct. 29, from 5:45 to 7 p.m. in the mall area of the high school. Director Alison Swiggum will lead the orchestra as it performs classic children’s songs including selections from “The Sound of Music,” “Harry Potter,” “The Lion King” and “Beauty and the Beast.”

To add a bit more fun, the night has a pajama party theme. Children are invited to bring their favorite stuffed animal, a blanket to sit on, and join the orchestra in wearing pajamas.

Minnetonka

‘Young Frankenstein’ musical hits the stage

Tickets are on sale for “Young Frankenstein ” at Minnetonka High School from Nov. 2 to 16. The vaudevillian-style musical is based on Mel Brooks’ movie of the same name. While the script has been cleaned up for the Minnesota high school premiere production, the show still features jokes and gags from the film.

Tickets are $18 for adults, $15 for seniors (65+) and $12 for youths under 18. For tickets or more information, call 952-401-5898 or go online at www.min netonkatheatre.com.

KIM McGUIRE

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