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  • Eagan Woman of Today
    An arm of the Minnesota Women of Today, the civic-minded ladies at Eagan Women of Today help fund local schools and charities while fostering lifelong friendships and a deep sense of community. The network of friendly volunteers and community leaders contribute to worthy causes and local non-profits while promoting a sense of fun and friendship with regular social events and outings. For the third year in a row, Eagan Women of Today welcome their friends and neighbors to get fit while raising money for a good cause during their Sweatin to the 80s Charity 5k event. The race's retro theme allows participants to dust off their old wardrobe and hit the track in bold apparel such as Aviator sunglasses, neon-colored workout gear, or "John Anderson for President" campaign t-shirts. Lone runners, whole families, strollers, and pets join together to enjoy the fresh air of Trapp Farm Park, and pledge money to organizations such as the Dakota Woodlands, a scholarship from Eagan High School, Beyond the Yellow Ribbon, and Eagan Ambassadors.
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    P.O. Box 211553
    Saint Paul, MN US
  • Post Thanksgiving Pub Crawl
    Gray T-shirts and pink T-shirts don't convey any special significance in the outside world, but on Cupid's Love/Hate Pub Crawl those hues distinguish single guests from guests in relationships. While not included in the Groupon, participants on the crawl can order a shirt, and buy a marker to scribble down their relationship status, and a kazoo to summon a string of ducks to lead them to the next location. Shuttles whisk the remaining crawlers to each watering hole on the Pub Crawl Kings' event, which makes 60- to 90-minute stops at more than five bars for discounted beers or specialty drinks. In between rounds, guests can mingle, dance, or partake in contests such as the Sexiest Cupid Contest.
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    175 10th Street East
    Saint Paul, MN US
  • Wood Lake Nature Center
    Wood Lake housed the antics of swimmers and boaters until the 1950s, when most of its water drained away. In the years since, it has transformed into the 150-acre year-round Wood Lake Nature Center, where 3 miles of trails and wooden boardwalks meander through three defined natural habitats. Visitors can immerse themselves in wildlife at a cattail freshwater marsh, mixed lowland forest, and restored prairie; view creatures from a wildlife observation shelter and docks; and witness performances and lectures in a 100-seat outdoor amphitheater. In a more than 4,000-square-foot interpretive center, on-staff naturalists guide guests through educational programs focused on plants, animals, and ecosystems while fielding questions such as why bears hibernate and how to beat an owl in a staring contest. Staff members showcase natural splendor through a range of indoor and outdoor seasonal events, such as Earth Day craft projects, family-friendly Halloween festivities, and winter festivities around New Year's. In the summer, counselors lead day camps during which children can explore the marsh with bug nets, learn how to use binoculars, and build forts in the forest. While Wood Lake Nature Center welcomes exploration, pets, bikes, rollerblades, and giant hamster balls are prohibited to ensure the preservation of local habitats.
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    6710 Lake Shore Dr S
    Minneapolis, MN US
  • 5KRunDead
    Running is a great way to stay healthy in general; it's also the only way to stay healthy if you're on the course of a 5KRunDead race. Each competitor is armed with flags, and as zombies nab them, they grow weaker. Lose all your flags and you're out of the game, while the fastest and nimblest get rewarded with prizes at the end. Zombies are rewarded with prizes, too, plus the fun of being transformed into genuinely gruesome creatures by pro makeup artists. Proceeds seek to spread good health far and wide?100% will benefit cancer and Alzheimer's research.
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    1300 145th Street East
    Rosemount, MN US
  • Sand Creek Adventures LLC
    What better way to experience Minnesota's forests than from in the canopy? Sand Creek Adventures sends explorers soaring through the trees. Zip down a line 100 feet over the water. High ropes course, as well as team elements such as leap of faith, giant ladder, giant swing and, low ropes elements for team building.
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    3101 220th Street West
    Jordan, MN US
  • Minnetonka Orchards
    Fall is in the air at Minnetonka Orchards, where a corn maze is just the beginning of the autumnal adventures that await kids and families. After navigating the twists and turns of the maze, guests can wander through the apple orchard to pick a fresh juicy globe or marvel at how weird bugs look. Visitors can also shop for jams, apples, and other farm fare at the barn, or go on a leisurely stroll on one of the walking trails. Kids' entertainment comes by way of the climbable hay mountain, the corn crib slide, and barnyard friends including goats, sheep, and bunnies.
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    6530 County Road 26
    Minnetrista, MN US
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