May 16

Welcome

Frolics logo

 

 

 

 

 

 

Welcome to the 2017 Crystal Frolics website. The Crystal Frolics is hosted by the Crystal Frolics Committee, a non-profit organization, which is comprised of members of Crystal civic groups, service organizations, local businesses and interested residents. These organizations include the West Metro Fire Relief Association & Auxiliary, the local VFW Post 494, Crystal Lion’s Club, Boy Scout Troop 533, Cooper Football, ACYHA, Freedom Riders Motorcycle Group and the City of Crystal.

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May 15

Button Contest Winners

Thanks to everyone who submitted a button to the contest this year.  Below are the top 3 for the 2017 Crystal Frolics Button Contest.  We want to thank the Armstrong Cooper Youth Hockey Association and the Crystal Police Association for donating the winning prizes! We also want to thank the Crystal Park & Recreation Advisory Commission for the difficult decision of choosing the winning buttons.

1st Place Design
Maddy O.
3rd Grade

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Apr 07

2017 Crystal Frolics Map

Follow the map below to see where all the Crystal Frolics Events will be happening throughout the City of Crystal.

Park Event Map 2016

Feb 11

Search for the Crystal Ball

You could be the winner in the Search for the Crystal Ball!  To participate, purchase a Crystal Frolics Button at the Crystal Community Center, Almsted’s Fresh Market, Associated Bank and Crystal City Hall & Police Dept.

The first clue will be published in the July 27 Sun Post. New clues will be posted at the Crystal Community Center, Lions Valley Place Park, Becker Park and Associated Bank. The Crystal Ball will be found somewhere on public property in our community.  The winner will receive $500.00 in gift cards from local businesses donated by Associated Bank. This event is sponsored by the Crystal Park and Recreation Advisory Commission and Associated Bank.

 

Jan 27

No Pets Allowed

We have had several inquiries regarding dogs visiting the Frolics. We are sorry but because of the large number of people attending the Frolics, we do not allow dogs for their safety & well-being. Please keep your pets at home while you visit the Frolics. Even dogs with the gentlest dispositions can become stressed in large crowds. And being that near to fireworks is unhealthy for pets. Thank you for your understanding!
no pets

Jul 18

FROLICS FAMILY FESTIVAL

FROLICS FAMILY FESTIVAL

Sunday, July 30, 2017

1:00 – 4:00 pm

Becker Park Stage Area


1:00 pm: Flag Ceremony – VFW Honor Squad

The flag is located at the Becker Park Building

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