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Community Center hosts family fun night
The Crystal Community Center will host a family fun night Friday, March 7.
Families with children ages 4 to 14 years old are invited to attend. It will include bingo, bouncers and prizes. One adult can supervise up to five children, but adult admission is required. More information is at www.crystalmn.gov or www.robbinsdalemn.com or by calling 763-531-1278.
Knowledge bowl is an anticancer effort
Registration has opened for the second annual Buzz Out Cancer Knowledge Bowl.
Teams can register by Friday, March 14, to enter the tourney, which will take place April 19 at Chaska High School.
Chaska graduate Mark Meier started the event last year after a friend and fellow Knowledge Bowl teammate received a cancer diagnosis. All money raised will go toward a cancer charity and a family’s medical expenses.
The cost is $10 per person with up to five people on a team. For more information, call 763-442-1057 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
City holds Healthy Living Fair on Sunday
Plymouth’s Healthy Living Fair will take place Sunday, March 9.
The event will be from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Plymouth Creek Center, 14800 34th Av. N., and includes free health screenings, massages and health information sessions. Vendors will include topics such as nutrition, environment, mind-set, relationships, relaxation, health care, fitness and stress management. Hands-only CPR and AED training and sample fitness programs such as yoga will also be available.
The fair is hosted by the city and Abbott Northwestern-WestHealth. For more information, call 763-509-5200 or go to www.plymouthmn.gov.
Vicksburg Lane closed until Thursday
Vicksburg Lane is closed near the railroad crossing until Thursday, March 6, to allow the Canadian Pacific Railway to upgrade its tracks.