Light Up the Night

Friday, December 8

Fridley High School Auditorium: 6000 W Moore Lake Dr

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Fire Engine Light and Sound Display
with special guests McGruff the Crime Dog and everyone's favorite snowman Olaf
6:00 - 7:00 p.m.: parking lot


Marines will be at the event collecting new, unwrapped toy donations for Toys for Tots, and we will also be collecting non-perishable food items to support Southern Anoka Community Assistance. Help brighten the holidays for those in need and join us for a FREE night of family fun!

Family Movie Night
7:00 p.m.: indoors in the auditorium


Fridley Community Education presents a FREE family-friendly, recently released movie on the big screen
Concessions will be available for purchase.
Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
Can't handle the suspense? Call (763) 502-5100 for the movie title. (We can't post it due to licensing requirements, but it is an awesome selection!)
A special thank you to Twin Cities Gateway for funding the fire truck light display, to Fridley Community Education for hosting monthly free movie night events, to the Marines for organizing the Toys for Tots programs and helping out at our event, to Fridley Police for McGruff, and to all the firefighter volunteers who helped create this fun fire engine display!