As the nation’s largest retail and entertainment complex, Mall of America® hosts over 400 events. MOA® has earned a national reputation for entertaining guests with celebrity appearances, musical performances, charitable initiatives, product launches, book signings and movie premieres.
Lisa Lillien (a.k.a. Hungry Girl) is a New York Times best-selling author and the creator of the Hungry Girl brand. She is the founder of www.hungry-girl.com, the free daily email service that entertains and informs hungry people everywhere. Lisa is a typical woman battling the same food issues most females struggle with every day. But since the beginning, people have asked for a cohesive weight-loss plan that combines everything they know and love about Hungry Girl, and that time has finally come. The Hungry Girl Diet is an easy-to-follow jump-start plan that will help anyone quickly drop 10 pounds or overcome a weight-loss plateau, while enjoying the foods they love in nutritious ways that leave them satisfied and satiated. We hope you can join us as Lisa stops by to sign copies of The Hungry Girl Diet!
Please check back soon of the official event guidelines.
April is Autism Awareness Month - Support the Cause with Fraser!
Please join us on Saturday, April 12th at 7 am for the Fraser Walk for Autism, presented by BMO Harris Bank. This event is a family-friendly event filled with sensory-friendly activities, games, therapy animals, great prizes and giveaways. For those who want to go the distance, Mall of America provides a half-mile walking course. All participants receive breakfast and an official Fraser Walk for Autism t-shirt. Autism is the fastest growing developmental disability affecting 14,000 children in Minnesota alone.
Register as an individual walker or a member of a walk team. Day-of-registration is located in the Rotunda. If you are unable to participate, you can still support autism services by making a donation or sponsoring a participant. For more information, please visit our website- http://fraser.org/Events/Fraser-Walk-For-Autism
Join us for the annual Midwest Combat Robotics Competition. Watch as robots created by middle school, high school and college students battle each other. This double elimination competition consists of three minute matches between 15 pound robots. When the robots aren’t competing, guests will have the opportunity to interact with them.