Family game night kits available through Parks and Rec

The city of Bemidji Parks and Recreation Department is now offering family game night kits.

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BEMIDJI — The city of Bemidji Parks and Recreation Department is now offering family game night kits.

The kits contain hot chocolate, treats, popcorn, card games, dice, a deck of playing cards, a game booklet, family conversation starters, Pictionary cards, two markers and a backpack.

Game night kits can be purchased online at or at the Tourist Information Center located at Paul Bunyan Park. The cost is $20 per pack.

For more information, contact (218) 333-1862.

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