Erika Johnson, back right, owner of Broadway Pizza, sold pizza by the slice along with her husband, Joel, back left, and kids Mackenzie and Jacob, and their friend Ryan Olson.
The City of Champlin hosted their fifth annual Dinner and a Movie event on Friday, Aug. 16 at Andrew’s Park. Guests set up blankets and lawn chairs to enjoy pizza, pop, popcorn and candy before the film, Rise of the Guardians, began. The Parks and Recreation staff also sold old t-shirts from past sponsored events. Kids came to enjoy the bouncy houses and play at the park before the show. Senator John Hoffman also made an appearance before the film.
Kids have fun bouncing around before sunset and the start of the film at the Dinner and a Movie event in Champlin.
Families set up chairs and blankets in front of the giant screen showing Rise of the Guardians at the Dinner and a Movie event in Champlin Friday, sponsored by the Champlin/Dayton Athletic Association.
Jasmine Stephens, left, and Mary Denler, right, worked security at the Dinner and a Movie as reserve officers for the Champlin Police.
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