Night to Unite is held on the first Tuesday of August and the goal of the night is to strengthen neighborhood spirit and police-community partnerships. Note: A party must be registered with the city for an opportunity for visits from police, fire and local leaders.
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Yes! There is a variety of community events and activities held throughout the year. Events include Party on the Plaza, the International Festival of Burnsville, the Burnsville Fire Muster, the Winter Lighting Ceremony and more.
Join the Mobile Volunteer Network (MVN), a group of community members who assist the Police and Fire Departments. MVN members assist during special events or emergency situations and are trained in crowd control, first aid, traffic control and search and rescue.
There are many programs and activities available for older adults. Recreational activities include, pickleball, nature walks and special fitness events. There are also many types of educational seminars available with topics on de-cluttering, recycling and aging in place. The Burnsville Senior Center offers a variety of activities, programs and social events. The Senior Center is operated by District 191 Community Education and can be reached at 952-707-4193.
The Burnsville Senior Center is operated by School District 191 Community Education. The Center invites older adults to become members and take part in activities such as senior workshops, health and wellness seminars, defensive driving, coffee talks and more. The Elder Resource Association has contact information for many organizations in the area and can assist you in connecting with additional resources.