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The 35W Bridge will light up in teal, September 1.

Lighting the Night Teal
Starting Sept. 1

Watch for landmarks across Minnesota to light up in teal for MOCA’s annual Light the Night campaign! MOCA is lighting up buildings, bridges and landmarks in teal to raise awareness about ovarian cancer across Minnesota and beyond.

MOCA is kicking off Ovarian Cancer Awareness month September 1 with our Light the Night campaign. During the evening, several Twin Cities landmarks will glow teal including the 35W Bridge, Lowry Bridge, U.S. Bank Stadium, Target Field, Sperry Tower and many more. In St. Cloud, Lincoln Plaza and the water tower will light up. In Fargo, City Hall will shine teal!

The Mayo Clinic campuses in Rochester, Minnesota; Jacksonville, Florida and Phoenix, Arizona are also taking part in MOCA’s Light the Night campaign, September 1. Several Mayo buildings will shine teal to raise awareness.

MOCA’s Light the Night campaign reaches the Northland, September 22 and 23. Enger Tower, Duluth Entertainment Convention Center, Radisson Hotel, Pier B Resort and Hotel, Peace Church, Giant Voice Building, Maurices Headquarters, Fond-du-Luth Casino and Glensheen Mansion will glow teal in celebration of the 10th Anniversary of MOCA’s Light Duluth Teal Gala, September 23. Reserve your tickets and tables to join us, here!

See our map below for a complete list of MOCA’s Light the Night locations.

Be inspired! Take a teal tour and post your pictures of our teal landmarks on social media with #MOCATeal to help raise #ovariancancerawareness.

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