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Get Out This Weekend, Burnsville

The ghosts and goblins are out this weekend and waiting for the kiddos. Patch has some ideas for adult entertainment as well.

The kids can collect treats as they navigate around the rink and party at the park, and Mom and Dad can treat themselves to some music and art by local talent.

 

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When/Where: Noon to 1:30 p.m. Sunday; Burnsville Ice Center

Why Go: Grab the kids for a party that party includes “Trick-or-Treating” around the rink, games, prizes, free private lessons for new skaters and a costume contest!

Pricing: Included in admission fee

 

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When/Where: 3 p.m. Sunday;

Why Go: Experience four terrifying attractions and more than 100 ghouls, goblins, and vampires as they welcome you into their homes.

Pricing: $18 or $20

 

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When/Where: 6 – 8 p.m. Friday;

Why Go: The festival will include an illuminated treat train moving around the park, haunted stories, face painting, characters from Buck Hills’ “Frightmares” and much more. This event is for all ages. Come in costume! 

Pricing: $5 per family

 

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When/Where: Friday and Saturday;

Why Go: A two-artist exhibit by local artists Patricia Schwartz and Christine Tierney.

Pricing: Free

 

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When/Where: 7:30 p.m. Sunday;

Why Go: The Festival features the mass choir of more than 260 singers, a professional orchestra and a district children’s choir in the performance of a major choral-orchestral work.

Pricing: Free

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