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InterNations Minneapolis Memorial Day Weekend Picnic

Hosted by the Minneapolis Ambassadors
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Starts in 6 days
Long Lake Regional Park
1500 Old Hwy 8, New Brighton, MN 55112
New Brighton

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Join us for a Memorial Day Weekend Picnic. This fun, family friendly event promises food and games for all ages. We will meet up at Long Lake Regional Park. This park is in the heart of New Brighton and features a decent lakeside swimming beach (by Minnesotan standards), playgrounds, volleyball courts, and so much more.

Memorial Day is the official start of summer so don't for get to bring your camping chairs, lawn games, and water toys. If you are planning on bringing food to share, remember to sign-up on the link below so we all don't end up bringing watermelons: …

We will meet on the grass between the pavilion and the beach (favoring the trees on the right hand side). Google should be able to direct you to Long Lake Public Beach but if you need help, the entrance is on 1500 Old Hwy 8, New Brighton, MN 55112. Once you get there, look for a blue InterNations balloon.

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