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Remember the old Happenings Book back in the day? It's been re-branded and is now the Entertainment Book.  You can buy the big old copy online or use their mobile app for savings at the following places in the Twin Cities. I find it quickly pays for itself.  Check your local schools and non-profits to see if they are selling it for fundraising.

Action Packed Paintball
Air Maxx Trampoline Park and Fun Center
Ben & Jerry’s
Big Bear Indoor Mini-Putt
Big Stone Mini Golf & Sculpture Garden
Big Thrill Factory
Blainbrook Entertainment Center
Brooklyn Center Community Center
Brooklyn Park Community Activity Center
Bunker Beach Water Park
Bunker Indoor Golf Center
Burnsville Ice Center
Chaska Community Center
Cheap Skate
Cold Stone Creamery
Cone Brothers Ice Cream & Candy
Country Club Lanes
Eagles Nest
Gibbs Museum of Pioneer & Dakotah Life
Goony Golf of Spring Lake Park
Ham Lake Lanes
Hennepin History Museum
Hometown Creamery
Jackson’s Coffee & Gelato
JoAnn Fabric and Craft Stores
Lady Elegant’s Team Room
Lariat Lanes
Lilli Putt
Mann Theatres
Maple Maze
Marcus Theatres
Medina Lanes
Memory Lanes
Midway Pro Bowl
Mill City Museum
Minnesota Landscape Arboretum
Minnesota Opera
The Monkey House
Moose Mountain Adventure Golf
My Gym Children’s Fitness Center
Nickelodeon Universe
Park Grove Bowl
Pavek Museum of Broadcasting
Plymouth Playhouse
Pump It Up
Regal Entertainment Group
Reptile and Amphibian Discovery Zoo
Richfield Ice Arena
Scott County History Center & Stans Museum
Sea Life Minnesota Aquarium
Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park
Snuffy’s Malt Shop
Sovereign Grounds
St. Louis Park Recreation Center & Outdoor Aquatic Park
Stages Theatre Company
Stars & Strikes
Sub Zero Ice Cream & Yogurt
The 10 Sports Center
Texa-Tonka Lanes
Tutti Frutti
University of Minnesota Gophers
Vertical Endeavors
Water Park of America
Wheel Fun Rentals
Wild Woods Waterpark
Woodale Fun Zone
Youth Performance Co
Zero Gravity Trampoline Park


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