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Road Closures for April 13 Hot Chocolate 5K/15K

The Hot Chocolate 15K/5K Minneapolis takes place Saturday, April 13, at Boom Island Park, with start times of 8:10am for the 5K and 8:55am for the 15K.

The following roads will be closed from approximately 7:30am-12pm:

SE Main Street
Stone Arch Bridge
West River Parkway - from Plymouth Avenue to E 27th Street

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