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The Power—and Piousness—and Frustration—and Sorrow—of One

How Cheryl Johnson became C.J., the most infamous journalist in Minnesota


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John Abernathy

Updated September 8, 2016

When you're the only gossip columnist in town, even in a town without much gossip, there isn’t a lot of down time. So on this Saturday night in late April, Cheryl Johnson—better known as C.J. to Star Tribune readers, FOX-9 viewers, and FM-107 listeners—is working. She’s at Trocaderos Nightclub & Restaurant in the Minneapolis Warehouse District to attend a concert by Bobby Brown. The singer, recently divorced from pop star Whitney Houston, is in the Twin Cities trying to revive his career after years of little work and a lot of bad publicity. C.J. is here because she needs material for her next column.

Upon arriving, the 53-year-old writer is whisked into a roped-off VIP section to wait for the show. There she encounters a strange mix of Twin Cities high rollers: a self-styled “celebrity dentist,” a member of the Minnesota Timberwolves, and a host of scantily clad young women. She chats with Trocaderos’s CEO, Shane Segal, who offers her a drink, which she refuses. Eventually, when the show is delayed, Segal takes her backstage so she can interview Brown. As soon as she begins asking the singer questions, however, members of Brown’s ridiculously large security detail start yelling, “No interviews before the show!” When Brown steps outside to smoke, C.J. tries to follow, but a diminutive woman blocks the door.

“Are you his girlfriend?” C.J. asks.

“No, his personal manager,” the woman replies.

C.J. lets out a chortle.

In her column, C.J. tends to cast herself as an outsider, an impolitic truth-teller in a land of superficial civility, and tonight, as usual, she makes little attempt to fit in among the trendy crowd. She’s wearing black jeans, a purple shirt, and sunglasses. As she walks back through the club’s main floor, murmurs of “That’s C.J.” follow in her wake. Many seem to consider a C.J. sighting as proof that they’re at the hottest event in town, though as many people run from her as approach. When a man calls out, “Hey C.J., you know me!” she replies, “Unnnnn-FOR-tun-ate-lyyyyyy.” Then she asks whether the woman he’s with is his wife.

When her column about the concert appears two days later, C.J. will write that the show had the feel of a “rather nasty state fair,” and compares Brown to a dog, albeit a famous one (Lassie). She will also note that Brown’s skinny “manager” looks a lot like the woman some celebrity magazines have pegged as his new love, an ex-friend of his ex-wife.

But now, as the concert finally begins, C.J. stands off to the side, water bottle in hand, arms crossed. “I say Bobby, you say Brown,” chants the singer. “Bobby..., Bobby...” C.J. does not chant, but when Brown pulls a woman he charmingly describes as a “fat girl” from the audience and encourages her to undress him, she does note, “I’ve never been to a live sex show before.”


Photos by John Abernathy

 

THIS SPRING, WHEN the Star Tribune announced another round of staff reductions, each of the paper’s four metro columnists—Nick Coleman, Katherine Kersten, Doug Grow, and C.J.—were summoned to meet with editor Nancy Barnes. At the time, it was widely speculated that one of the four would be asked to give up their slot. It didn’t come to that, however; Grow decided to leave the paper, a departure that was nearly overshadowed by the dramatic reshuffling of personnel in other parts of the newsroom. Beats covering the outdoors, architecture, classical music, and even television were deemed expendable.

The paper’s gossip column was not. “Every paper has to make a lot of choices these days,” says Anders Gyllenhaal, who served as the Star Tribune’s editor from 2002 until February of this year.  “C.J. brings a slice of life that has a lot of news in it and a sense of place. People love to read what she writes.”

Indeed, few doubt that her column is among the Star Tribune’s most avidly read features both in print and online. (It regularly makes the online version’s list of “most read” and “most e-mailed” stories.) “Unlike other columnists, she crosses all demographics and is read by everyone,” says Katherine Roepke of Roepke Public Relations. With that reach also comes power. Says Roepke: “If she writes about a restaurant, there’s a great impact.” Trocaderos’s Segal considers a mention the ultimate PR coup.  “It’s better than any ad you can buy,” he says. “People say they don’t read her column, but when I’m in it everyone mentions it. They love it but don’t want to admit it.”

Of course, being widely read is not the same as being liked, and there is a long list of prominent people—from pop stars to politicians—who consider C.J. the enemy. “Those who are in the column are often unhappy about it,” says Gyllenhaal, now executive editor of the Miami Herald. “That’s the nature of the work.”

It may be the nature of the work, but C.J. is also unique among her colleagues. Other big-city gossip columnists may be tolerated, mocked, or feared, but they seldom attract the level of loathing and fascination that C.J. invites. She may, in fact, be the most notorious journalist in Minnesota today, a position she has achieved by being tenacious, invasive, acerbic, and self-righteous—the antithesis of everything that’s supposedly Minnesotan. And today, after almost two decades in the public eye, she finds herself living a singularly strange existence: She’s a gossip columnist who’s more famous than almost everyone she writes about.

 

C.J. OCCUPIES a remote corner office at the Star Tribune cluttered with water bottles, dead flowers, paintings, a cutout cowboy, photos of family and celebrities (Mary Tyler Moore, Donny Osmond, Barack Obama), a dress pattern, three giant rolodexes, and several stacks of books (The Kennedy Tapes, Diana in Search of Herself, Your Guide to Total Health Care). She writes her column while perched on an ergonomic standing chair, and today she’s wearing what passes for her work uniform: black jeans, running shoes, a pedometer, and a green T-shirt on which she had printed “Evidence suggests that Strom Thurmond found black women irresistible.” A large ring of keys, anchored by a tyrannosaurus rex fob, hangs from her belt loop.

With three columns to fill each week, C.J. spends most of her waking hours trying to gather material—on the phone, in her car, or attending local events. Because the Twin Cities lacks the stable of A-list actors, rock stars, and heiresses that populate gossip columns in larger cities (even our professional athletes often live elsewhere), there are days when she has to, as she puts it, “make somebody who’s not so famous famous,” people like boxer/grillmaster George Foreman’s former wife, Adrienne Foreman-Jones, or Minneapolis salon owner Jon Richards.

Often, she corners these not-so-famous people in not-so-glamorous places. One morning this past June, while traveling from Costco to her office, she stopped at a red light and noticed Rhea Isaacs, widow of American Iron and Steel Company founder Fred Isaacs, sitting in a black Range Rover one lane over. Rather than simply wave, C.J. honked her horn and motioned for Isaacs to lower her window. As the two cars idled on Hennepin Avenue, C.J. shouted: “Are you selling your house?”

Still, the primary focus of the column remains local broadcast-media personalities, and C.J. has made it her business to be in their business. Like many of his peers, Frank Vascellaro, of WCCO, considers such scrutiny “part of the job,” but that doesn’t mean he enjoys reading headlines like, Is Vascellaro’s hair real?

“It gets tiring after a while,” he says. “There have been a number of things in her column that I wish were not there. It goes with the job. Minnesota is the 14th-largest media market in the country, but we don’t have a lot of real celebrities.” (His hair, by the way, is real.)

Not everyone in the media is so accepting of C.J.’s interest in their lives, but most know that to ignore C.J. is to invite more attention, as any effort to avoid comment invariably becomes part of the story. “People call me in a panic when C.J. calls them,” says Vascellaro. “I advise them to simply call her back. I appreciate that she’s always given me the opportunity to tell my side of the story.”

“Scaredy-cat media people are endlessly entertaining,” C.J. says. “I get a kick out of those who don’t want to return calls—but themselves count on people to return calls. I like honesty. If you call me back and say, ‘I’m not going to tell you,’ that’s honest and I respect that—and you—in a small way.”

Yet picking up the phone doesn’t necessarily mean you’ll escape C.J.’s wrath, either. In one recent column, for example, she noted that KSTP-TV’s Anne Hutchinson was getting married. Hutchinson took C.J.’s call, but declined to talk about the nuptials. C.J. may have respected this display of candor, but she also devoted four paragraphs to retelling Hutchinson’s long history of previously avoiding comment.

Photo by John Abernathy

 

WHEN PEOPLE WHO KNOW C.J. are asked about her, they invariably remark on her toughness, a quality that C.J. sometimes has to employ even while reading her mail. It seems that some Minnesotans aren’t all that nice when taken to account by a high-profile black woman, and C.J. tends to receive a steady stream of malicious phone and e-mail messages at the Star Tribune. (One particularly persistent guy called more than 600 times.) “We deny we’re racist here, but you can’t get as many ‘fucking nigger bitch’ e-mails and phone calls as I have without thinking that people here can be racist,” she says.

“The mail she gets is virulent, rabid garbage,” says FOX-TV evening news anchor Robyne Robinson, who is also black. “I don’t get the volume or the deep hatred she is victim to. It’s her cross to bear, and I admire how she handles it.”

Her ability to handle it, C.J. says, comes from growing up in the South during the early days of integration. “There were a lot of racist jerks who tortured us, but I didn’t have it as hard as a lot of people,” she says of her childhood in Montgomery, Alabama. “My mother is responsible for me not hating people who don’t look like me.”

The Johnson family valued achievement. Her mother had a career in public relations, and her father, one of the first blacks to earn a PhD (in entomology) at the University of Oklahoma, was a college professor. When C.J. was a teenager, he joined the faculty at Tuskegee University’s School of Veterinary Medicine. The children were expected to work hard at school and at home. “I didn’t grow up with a sense of entitlement,” C.J. says. “I credit my healthy detachment around celebrities to my upbringing and my mother not encouraging and indulging childhood whims.”

As an “innately curious” teenager, C.J. worked on what was then the nation’s only weekly public high-school newspaper, where she became the first black student to hold a management position. Even then she exhibited the traits for which she would later become infamous. “She liked to be in charge of whatever was going on,” says her mother, Barbara Harris. “She’s always been kind of bossy.”

When C.J. graduated from high school, her father insisted she attend a historically black college. But at Bennett College, a women’s school in Greensboro, North Carolina, she quickly alienated classmates by refusing to join a sorority—a staple of campus life—and writing about it in the student newspaper. “I said, ‘Bennett is a sorority, why specialize?’” she recalls. “As a result, I was ostracized. But I’ve always been a loner, happy by myself.”

“She was already a good journalist then,” says Virginia Tucker, the English and journalism professor who served as C.J.’s advisor on the Bennett Banner. “I got calls from the president’s office about things she wrote. It was her typical attack-dog mode. Right there in your face. It’s disconcerting when you’re with her and she’s telling somebody what she thinks.”

C.J. won several college journalism awards and, ultimately, a fellowship to pursue a master’s in journalism at the University of Michigan. The move north proved difficult at first. She was uncomfortable in her new surroundings and found her classmates—like the weather—cold. She wanted to quit, but her mother encouraged her to stick it out. At the time, detailing the lives of socialites and second-tier celebrities was not at the top of her wish list. “You don’t go to the University of Michigan thinking you’re going to wind up the gossip columnist,” she says. Rather, her idol was Mike Royko, the legendary—and legendarily gruff—Chicago columnist.

She came to the Star Tribune in the early 1980s, recruited by the company after working for several mid-sized newspapers in Michigan. “I don’t like snow or water, but I wanted to be in the big city,” she says. Early on, there was little indication that she would become one of the Strib’s best-known bylines. Joining the staff as a court reporter (to this day, she will spend a slow day at the courthouse sifting through documents), she was relegated to Anoka County, where she churned out copy about everything from Blaine City Council meetings to the now-defunct Santa Claus Town.

But in 1989, when Barbara Flanagan stopped writing full-time, the paper’s editors saw a chance to add a new voice to its mix of columnists. C.J. fit the bill. “We were facing a chorus from a lot of different sources that we were being too serious, too stiff, too boring,” says Tim McGuire, the Star Tribune editor who hired C.J. “The column was meant to be edgy, which has always been a point of contention with readers, editors, and staff.” Recalls C.J.’s long-time editor, Maureen McCarthy: “The idea was to bring more fun into the paper, and C.J. was the perfect person for that.”

The contrast to Flanagan’s column, with its breathless and boosterish prose, was marked. Flanagan, who still writes a monthly column for the Star Tribune, considered herself an advocate. C.J. wrote the column from the perspective of an outsider—which is what she was—detailing the lives of the rich and fabulous while passing judgment on those she believed behaved badly. “I cover the city, the state, and the interesting people who help make it so,” says Flanagan. “C.J. serves a purpose. But she’s not friendly.”

One of those who was uncomfortable with C.J.’s style was political reporter Eric Eskola, who was initially paired with her to produce the column. Eskola reportedly balked when C.J. wrote in “Johnson & Eskola” about some “parasitic stowaways” that news anchor Colleen Needles had acquired in Brazil. “Eric understood very quickly that you can’t write only the stuff that people want to have in the column, and he didn’t want to make people unhappy,” McGuire says. C.J.—with her taste for irreverence and little to lose—was willing to be brutally honest. When Eskola left after four months, she emerged as the state’s first (and, to date, only) full-time gossip columnist.

Over the years, the column has evolved. A typical piece now features fewer, if longer, items than it once did, but its animating philosophy—a kind of C.J. code—has remained consistent. “I don’t like people being mistreated,” she says. “I don’t like hypocritical behavior. I don’t like cowardly behavior. I don’t mind speaking up for people who are not in a position to do so. I am fascinated by motive. I am also constantly frustrated by this curiosity I have about why people do what they do, because lots of people can’t explain themselves.”

She will not write about illness unless she’s asked to do so, and she doesn’t write about “affairs of the heart or other body parts unless I’ve been in the room.” In service of the column, she never accepts free meals. When Roepke, who considers C.J. a personal friend, sent a wedding gift, it was returned “with a nice note saying she couldn’t accept it.” Says McGuire: “To her credit, C.J. is not easily manipulated.”

She also does not go out of her way, she says, to nail people. Not because she’s above such petty desires, she says, but because it isn’t necessary. “I’m very patient,” she says. “If there’s somebody that I don’t like, I don’t waste any energy trying to get them in trouble. I know they’ll get themselves in trouble.” The list of people who won’t talk to C.J., however, currently includes Prince, the Mondales, Josh Harnett, and, depending on the subject, the Norm Colemans. “A column like this will invariably make people mad,” says McGuire. “People won’t be portrayed the way they want to be portrayed.”

Of course, it’s not only subjects who sometime react negatively to C.J.’s column. Plenty of readers and fellow journalists do, too. “There has been a lot of internal disapproval from people who felt gossip had no place in a serious newspaper,” says McCarthy. But while C.J.’s peers lament the space devoted to a Lindsay Lohan sighting, the columnist remains unapologetic about her place in the media landscape. “The paper shouldn’t be filled only with things that are of interest to my colleagues who are humorless fuddy-duddy eggheads,” she says. “My column is more than a gossip column. To call it that marginalizes my work.”

Part of the reason C.J. tends to  drive some people nuts has more to do with style than substance. In person, she can be wildly funny and charmingly self-deprecating, but those traits are seldom on display in her writing. The column is often light without being light-hearted, frivolous without being funny. As a result, C.J.’s attitude—the code—can comes across in print as arrogance and self-righteousness, a sure-fire recipe for being disdained, if also widely read.

Still, to truly understand C.J., it  helps to know that the column is a wholly authentic embodiment of its creator: Save for her humor, C.J. in person is nearly indistinguishable from C.J. in print. If you happen to be in her orbit and you misuse your cell phone, for example, or bring your preschooler to an R-rated movie, or follow her on the highway too closely—she carries a homemade sign in her car that reads, “Back off, ASSHOLE!”—you’ll likely experience the kind of intemperate tongue-lashing that Eleanor Mondale once said caused her to leave the state.

In fact, no one is safe from the C.J. treatment, not even kids. In early May, I attended the PACER Center’s annual benefit at the Minneapolis Convention Center with C.J. Following a concert by Dreamgirls star Jennifer Hudson and a live auction in which Genmar Holdings CEO Irwin Jacobs (who, according to C.J., “used to be a fucking dreamboat”) paid $14,000 to attend a Notre Dame football game, a hundred or so local luminaries assembled for an exclusive after-party. After conducting a brief interview with Hudson, C.J. joined the crowd, which included some of Minnesota’s most prominent faces. She pointed out several possible cosmetic surgeries and marveled at the way Vikings player Cullen Loeffler seemed to actually “like his wife.” Then, toward the end of the evening, her focus turned away from the rich and reconstructed and toward a friend’s teenage daughter, whom she advised—not for the first time—“you can’t get pregnant if you keep your legs crossed.”

Then it was my turn. The next morning, after I had ignored C.J.’s directive to call her upon arriving home safely, I found a note on the windshield of my car. It contained her cell-phone number on it. C.J. later admitted to having placed it there at 2:30 a.m.

That sense of irascibility enlivens C.J.’s column, but it also tends to complicate her life. In 1999, she was attending a University of Minnesota fundraiser when Eric Miller, a freelance photographer, took a picture of C.J. throwing water at him that later appeared in the Pioneer Press. “I don’t like having my picture taken and had asked him not to take my photo,” C.J. says. “I was being mischievous, as can be seen by the smile on my face in the photo…[but] I should not have behaved so impulsively.”

C.J. was briefly suspended by the Star Tribune after the incident, but the experience does not seem to have made her particularly empathetic toward others who would prefer not to be photographed or written about. It’s a position she admits is “wildly inconsistent.”

 

C.J. HAS FEW CLOSE FRIENDS, and probably fully trusts only her mother (whom she calls an “angel on this planet”). Those who do make the cut generally enjoy being in the presence of a certain type of celebrity. Carroll Britton and her husband, Harold Kail, of Edina have socialized with C.J. for years. “It’s fun being her friend; there are definite perks,” says Britton, owner of her own cosmetic studio. Adds Kail: “It’s like being with Elvis Presley; she’s an icon. You get the best service in town.”

Those friends also get a devoted, if sometimes overzealous, ally. One woman reports that C.J. was the first to visit her in a psychiatric hospital (“She assured me I wasn’t the first to end up there”). Others recount multiple acts of quiet kindness, from lawn-mowing to curtain-sewing to pizza-baking. C.J. even altered the bras of a friend who had a mastectomy. “When you achieve her love—and I use the word achieve very deliberately—and get into her inner sanctum, you better well know that you’ve earned that,” Britton says. “She’s very guarded.”

While some are afraid to anger the columnist, others are afraid to befriend her publicly. One confidante, a St. Paul philanthropist married to a media executive, asked to remain anonymous for fear of “jeopardizing” her husband’s position. “C.J. and I have to compartmentalize our friendship,” she says. “C.J. doesn’t give free rides. But she’s totally honest and fair and, in private, caring and compassionate. She is a marshmallow wrapped in barbed wire.”

Still, those close to C.J. understand the peculiar, if unspoken, contract they enter into by being her friend, the knowledge that, on some level, she can never completely trust anyone, that she will always be C.J. You are always a potential source—or a potential subject.

The consequences of that understanding can sometimes affect C.J. in odd and uncomfortable ways. In June, for example, she visited the home of a prominent friend whose toddler had recently died. There, she was greeted with disapproval by other mourners. “People were looking at me askance because they didn’t know if I was there as a friend” or as a gossip columnist, she says. FOX-9 anchor Robinson, who has been friends with C.J. since arriving in town in 1990, says she once had a dust-up with the columnist over an item she felt was unfair. “It let me see how her job keeps her from developing personal relationships with people. That’s got to be such a lonely thing.”

That loneliness has no doubt grown in recent years. In 2005, C.J. and her husband of five years, Anthony Pinn, separated, news that C.J. dutifully broke in her own column. “I didn’t want anyone to scoop me,” she says. “I wasn’t happy about it. But I couldn’t pretend it wasn’t happening. Some reveled in the news, but overwhelmingly the response was, ‘Keep your chin up.’” Friends of C.J. speculate that Pinn, then a professor of religious studies at Macalester College, grew tired of living in his wife’s shadow. Now teaching at Rice University, Pinn says he is “not interested in discussing the situation.”

The divorce, which became final late last year, remains a source of great sadness for C.J., and in casual conversation, she sometimes still mentions “my husband.” “I did my best to save my marriage,” she says. “When we were married, we were called the professor and the gossip columnist; it’s been one of the great disappointments of my life that the professor flunked commitment. I’m never dating again and never getting married again.... Not having sex never killed anybody. I may have had my last sex partner.”

 

IN RECENT YEARS, C.J. has raised her profile by appearing every Thursday on the FOX-9 morning program for “Morning Dish with C.J.” When she walks through the station’s Eden Prairie newsroom one spring morning, there’s a genuine sense of excitement. A security guard calls out to her, “It’s going to be a great day!” When Rodrigo Vega, the floor director, clips on C.J.’s microphone, she quips, “You’re too young for me. You know that, don’t you?” She then questions weatherman Keith Marler about his wife’s pregnancy before declaring, “I’m in everyone’s business.”

One might think that, given the precarious state of the newspaper industry, C.J. might try to make nice with prospective employers and colleagues. But it seems that she just can’t help herself—ever. Before sitting down with co-anchor Tom Halden, she calls him a “segment hog,” and warns him: “If you misbehave, I’m going to embarrass you on camera.” Halden is nonplussed. “Every week she tells me she pities my wife,” he says. “Half the time, on the show, our mouths are agape, especially in the realm of sex. C.J. can get away with saying things that people are thinking.”

That, if anything, may be the C.J. brand, and in the wake of the Star Tribune shake-up, she is even more determined to expand her reach. She is working on a book of celebrity photographs. She is in talks to narrate a movie about a skyway romance. She sells her paintings through the website Artworkbycj.com. Barring a call from The View, however, she plans to remain in Minnesota. “When Geraldo Rivera was last in town, he asked me, ‘Why are you still in Minnesota?’” she says. “I told him I like Minnesota. With a name like Johnson, obviously I was born to live here.” 

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  We are the Minnesota Brewery Running Series and we run for beer! Join us at Indeed Brewing on Sunday, May 20th  @ 10AM for a 5k-ish course that starts and ends at this awesome NE brewery /...

Cost: $30

Where:
Indeed Brewing Co.
711 NE 15th Ave
Minneapolis, MN  55413
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Sponsor: Minnesota Brewery Running Series
Contact Name: Megan Boyle
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:   THE TRUTH: An exhibition of paintings by Remo Campopiano at the California Building   WHEN: Friday, May 18th, 5 - 10pm; Saturday, noon - 8pm; Sunday, noon - 5pm....

Cost: Free

Where:
California Building
2205 California St. NE
Minneapolis, MN  55418
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Sponsor: Remo Campopiano
Telephone: 614 353 8290
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Join Sawdust Savvy at North St. Paul VFW for an amazing DIY experience! Sawdust Savvy is Minnesota's ORIGINAL DIY studio and we have more than just sign! Over 100 wood designs. YOU can make a...

Cost: $59-$99

Where:
North St. Paul VFW
2483 7th Ave. E
North St Paul, MN  55109
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Sponsor: Sawdust Savvy
Telephone: 651-705-6614
Contact Name: Annie or Lindsay
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Please join us Sunday, May 20, 2018 at The Wilds Golf Club for a day of fun, golf and prizes.    With your support, Burnsville Traveling Baseball will be sending two teams of U12 boys to the...

Cost: $100 per player, includes golf, dinner, practice range and prizes!

Where:
The Wilds Golf Club
3151 Wilds Ridge
Prior Lake, MN
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Sponsor: Host: Burnsville Traveling Baseball
Telephone: 612-209-5775
Contact Name: Todd Delack
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1st Annual 'Move 4 Heroes' Fundraising Event for The Hero Habit FoundationThis year is our first annual event and we wanted to start with a BIG BANG by hosting a Wellness Fair, Zumba Dance-athon...

Cost: $0 - $75

Where:
TBD
SW Metro
Twin Cities, MN  55379
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Sponsor: Hadassah Health
Telephone: 612-470-8828
Contact Name: Coach, Nicole Maggio
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Jeff Carver is an experienced and multi-talented performer. He plays trumpet and flugelhorn and also sings soothing traditional ballads and popular music.  Jeff is always a hit and is a bi-weekly...

Cost: FREE ADMISSION

Where:
Sovereign Estate Winery
9950 North Shore Rd.
Waconia, MN  55387
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Downtown Saint Paul is being ravaged by a deadly epidemic that only you and your friends can stop! In this outdoor game, you’ll have 90-minutes to save as many souls as possible armed only with...

Cost: $35 for a team of 2-4 people

Where:
Landmark Plaza
379 Saint Peter Street
Saint Paul, MN  55102
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Sponsor: MetroDemic
Telephone: (347) 850-7609
Contact Name: Kris Neese
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In this charming musical, quirky sixth-graders battle for the ultimate title: spelling champ of Putnam Valley Middle School! With each new word, the earnest combatants reveal their passions, fears...

Cost: $15-$35

Where:
Commonweal Theatre Co
208 Parkway Ave N
Lanesboro, MN  55949
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Sponsor: Commonweal Theatre Co.
Telephone: 800-657-7025
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If April showers bring May flowers, what do April blizzards bring? Hopefully lots of tasty plants for the local forager to enjoy! Join Maria Wesserle and Four Season Foraging as we hike through...

Cost: Sliding scale $10-$40. Scholarships are available.

Where:
Theodore Wirth Beach House
3200 Glenwood Ave
Minneapolis, MN  55405
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Sponsor: Four Season Foraging
Telephone: 612-440-5958
Contact Name: Maria Wesserle
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Join TPT’s Minnesota Remembers Vietnam team and Wings of the North Air Museum for an afternoon of storytelling on aviation during the Vietnam War. Decorated Minnesota veterans Bob Jasperson...

Cost: $8-10

Where:
Twin Cities PBS - Street Space
172 East 4th Street
St. Paul, MN  55101
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Stephen Sondheim’s fairy tale musical masterpiece combines some of your favorite tales: Jack and the Beanstalk, Little Red Riding Hood, Rapunzel, and others and explores what happens AFTER they...

Cost: Tickets: $25/$22 Adult | $22/$19 Senior/Student

Where:
Lakeshore Players Theatre
4820 Stewart Ave.
White Bear Lake, MN  55110
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Telephone: 651-429-5674
Contact Name: Lakeshore Players
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A devout monk seeks to convert Thaïs, a ravishingly beautiful courtesan, but realizes too late that his pious obsession is rooted in lust, not religion. Minnesota Opera produces Massenet’s...

Cost: $25 - $200, subject to change

Where:
Ordway Center for the Performing Arts
345 Washington St.
St. Paul , MN  55102
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Telephone: 612-333-6669
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Everyone is invited to attend our free Youth & Teen Open House on Sunday, May 20th! Is your student interested in improv or performance? Do they want to make new friends and get out of their...

Cost: FREE

Where:
Brave New Workshop Comedy Theater
824 Hennepin Avenue
Minneapolis, MN  55403
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Sponsor: Brave New Workshop Student Union
Telephone: 651-300-6281
Contact Name: Marty Wessels
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The East Metro Symphony Orchestra (EMSO) will present Svensk musik och dans (Swedish Music and Dance), a cultural celebration of Swedish classical and folk music, featuring the Twin Cities...

Cost: $0

Where:
Augustana Lutheran Church
1400 South Robert Street
West Saint Paul, MN  55118
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Sponsor: EMSO
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Members of the Minnesota Boychoir will perform sacred and secular music in a variety of styles, representing many cultures and languages. Repertoire highlights Minnesota composers J. David Moore,...

Cost: Free

Where:
Roseville Lutheran Church
1215 Roselawn Ave W
Roseville, MN  55113
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Sponsor: Minnesota Boychoir
Telephone: 651-292-3219
Contact Name: Anna Keyes
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Eat for Equity is partnering with Urban Roots at St. Paul’s Flat Earth Brewing Company for craft brews and a picnic feast featuring a menu inspired by the Urban Roots' Cook Fresh program and...

Cost: meaningful donation

Where:
St. Paul's Flat Earth Brewing Co
688 Minnehaha Ave E
St. Paul, MN  55106
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Telephone: 651-228-7073
Contact Name: Lori Arnold
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Come help paint the Wright’s Lake Park Community Mural! The mural will be painted onto large sheets of canvas, which GoodSpace Murals will later adhere to a large wall across the street from...

Cost: Free

Where:
Throughout Bloomington, see description
Bloomington, MN


Sponsor: City of Bloomington and Artistry
Telephone: 952-563-8744
Contact Name: Alejandra Pelinka
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FREAK OUT, all you hunks and foxy ladies, flower children and doves! On May 20th the Eagan Women of Note are presenting a concert of sounds from your favorite decade: 1960s: The Music & the...

Cost: Adults $10, Children 12 and under $5

Where:
Mount Calvary Lutheran Church
3930 Rahn Road
Eagan, MN  55122
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Sponsor: Eagan Women of Note
Contact Name: Rozanne Witter
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Indeed Brewing presents Whirlygig 2018Friday May 18th 5pm-11pmSaturday May 19th 12pm-11pmSunday May 20th 12pm-8pmWhirlygig is back and this year we’re whirling harder than ever. If you’re...

Cost: Free Entry

Where:
Indeed Brewing
711 15th Ave. NE
Minneapolis, MN  55413
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Freddy Cole, the 86-year-old younger brother of jazz icon Nat King Cole, is a standout vocalist in his own right. An accomplished pianist and singer who had to wait for recognition until the...

Cost: $45

Where:
Crooners Lounge & Supper Club
6161 Highway 65 NE
Minneapolis, MN  55432
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The historic Trout Air Fishing Experience at Running Aces Casino & Racetrack will open for the season on Saturday, May 5. The popular Trout Air Fishing Experience provides fishing enthusiasts with...

Cost: $10 per pound of Trout plus $2 Pole Rental and Bait

Where:
Running Aces Casino & Racetrack
15201 Running Aces Blvd
Columbus, MN  55025
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Join us for the 23rd Annual Art-A-Whirl!Presented by the Northeast Minneapolis Arts Association (NEMAA), Art-A-Whirl is the largest open studio tour in the country, and it takes place all over...

Cost: FREE

Where:
Throughout NE MPLS
, MN


Sponsor: Northeast Minneapolis Arts Association (NEMAA)
Telephone: 612.788.1679
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Trivia Mafia is old-school, team-based, pen-and-paper trivia. (None of this touchscreen nonsense.) We ask questions about everything under the sun (and, in certain astronomy-themed rounds, stuff...

Cost: 2

Where:
Can Can Wonderland
755 Prior Avenue North
Saint Paul, MN  55104
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Sponsor: Can Can Wonderland
Telephone: 651-925-2261
Contact Name: Can Can Wonderland
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In Dissonance and Repair, painters Barbara Kreft and Kimberly Benson explore abstraction through similar channels, investigating ideas such as ideal beauty and cultural representations of nature....

Cost: Free

Where:
The Catherine G. Murphy Gallery
St. Catherine University
2004 Randolph Ave.
St. Paul, MN  55105
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Telephone: 651-690-6644
Contact Name: Nicole Watson, Director
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Online Owl Watching will start May 17th 1. what owls are unique 2. How to identify owls 3. What kind habitats to owls live in4. Conservation Status of owls 5. Courtship and Behavior of owls 6....

Cost: $ 30.00 per adult $10.00 per child $50.00 per group or family

Where:
google class
Minneapolis minesota
Minneapolis, MN  55111
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Sponsor: online community ed and in person classes
Telephone: 208-351-3407
Contact Name: dallin saurey
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Disney's Newsies, the exciting musical that took Broadway by storm, is coming to Chanhassen Dinner Theatres! Inspired by the real-life Newsboys Strike of 1899 in New York City,...

Cost: $50-89

Where:
Chanhassen Dinner Theatres
501 W. 78th St.
Chanhassen, MN
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WORLD PREMIERE OF BECK LEE’S DARK COMEDY “SUBPRIME” DEBUTS AT MIXED BLOOD IN MAY ​CAST AND DESIGN TEAM FEATURES POPULAR TWIN CITIES ARTISTS.  PERFORMANCES BEGIN MAY 4.            ...

Cost: $25

Where:
Mixed Blood Theatre
1501 South 4th Street
Minneapolis, MN  55454
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Sponsor: VimLab PR
Telephone: 161-222-98522
Contact Name: Natalie Auger
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A tale, told with music and humor, of a poor woman who receives a bag of gold from the gods and is torn in two as she tries to help all her struggling friends but take care of herself at the same...

Cost: $10-$30

Where:
St Paul's ELCA of Minneapolis
2742 15th Ave S
Minneapolis, MN  55407
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Sponsor: Ten Thousand Things
Telephone: 612-203-9502
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Penumbra Theatre Presents Harrison David Rivers’ THIS BITTER EARTH Protest, poetry, and the politics of love Directed by Talvin Wilks Neil is a handsome, wealthy white man who is a...

Cost: Adult $25; Senior 62+ with ID $20; Student with ID $15

Where:
Penumbra Theatre
270
North Kent St.
St. Paul, MN  55102
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A tale, told with music and humor, of a poor woman who receives a bag of gold from the gods and is torn in two as she tries to help all her struggling friends but take care of herself at the same...

Cost: $10-$30

Where:
Open Book
1011 Washington Ave S
Minneapolis, MN  55415
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Sponsor: Ten Thousand Things
Telephone: 612-203-9502
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When Brooklyn record store owner Rob finds himself unexpectedly dumped, his life takes a music-filled turn toward the introspective. Based on the popular novel by Nick Hornby, High Fidelity follows...

Cost: 30.00

Where:
Electric Fetus
2000 4th Ave. S.
Minneapolis, MN  55404
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    The 44th Annual Linden Hills Festival Promises Fun and Food For All Ages Annual Event returns with both old favorites and new events   The 44th Annual Linden Hills Festival will be held...

Cost: Free

Where:
Linden Hills Park
3100 W 43rd St.
Minneapolils, MN  55410
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Sponsor: Linden Hills Neighborhood Council
Telephone: 646-339-4071
Contact Name: Wendy Ponte
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Frank Loesser's celebrated musical comedy about rolling the dice and falling in love under the bright lights of Broadway is considered by many to be the perfect musical comedy. Set in a...

Cost: $30-$40

Where:
OLD LOG THEATRE
5185 Meadville Street
Excelsior, MN  55331
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Telephone: 952-474-5951
Contact Name: Maureen Kvam
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Frank Loesser's celebrated musical comedy about rolling the dice and falling in love under the bright lights of Broadway is considered by many to be the perfect musical comedy. Set in a...

Cost: $30-$40

Where:
OLD LOG THEATRE
5185 Meadville Street
Excelsior, MN  55331
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Telephone: 952-474-5951
Contact Name: Maureen Kvam
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Join us for a fun filled weekend in Preston! This annual town celebration celebrates everything trout and beyond. You can participate in the adult fishing contest, kids fishing contest,...

Cost: Free, some events require a purchased ticket

Where:
City of Preston
Preston, MN  55965


Sponsor: Get Hooked on Preston
Telephone: 507-765-2153
Contact Name: Gabby Kinneberg
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Minneapolis museums house two iconic works of photorealism—Chuck Close’s huge self-portrait at the Walker and another of a guy named Frank at Mia. Countless strokes of acrylic paint...

Cost: Free

Where:
Minneapolis Institute of Art
2400 Third Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN  55404
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Frank Loesser's celebrated musical comedy about rolling the dice and falling in love under the bright lights of Broadway is considered by many to be the perfect musical comedy. Set in a...

Cost: $30-$40

Where:
OLD LOG THEATRE
5185 Meadville Street
Excelsior, MN  55317
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Telephone: 952-474-5951
Contact Name: Maureen Kvam
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The folk rock singer-songwriter Bob Dylan was born in Duluth, MN nearly 77 years ago -- and now, every year, the entire city celebrates his music and success with local...

Cost: Free, some events require a purchased ticket

Where:
Downtown Duluth and select locations in
Duluth, MN


Sponsor: Duluth Dylan Fest Committee
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We’re sixty and we know it! Brave New Workshop is thrilled to kick off our 60th Anniversary season with a best-of show, featuring some of our funniest and relevant material from the recent (and...

Cost: $20-$34

Where:
Brave New Workshop
824 Hennepin Ave
Minneapolis, MN  55403
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Minneapolis and representatives from Tours, France, a Minneapolis Sister City, are proud to present “The Americans in Tours: 1917-1919.” Thousands of Americans, including Minnesotans, were...

Cost: Free

Where:
Hennepin County Government Center
Hennepin Gallery A-level
300 South 6th St.
Minneapolis, MN   55487
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Sponsor: Minneapolis Sister Cities / Meet Minneapolis
Telephone: 612-767-8118
Contact Name: Kim Insley
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You've probably spent countless hours in front of a screen watching a hero save the world, solve a mystery, plan a prison break or repair a spaceship to return home. Now it's your turn! The Escape...

Cost: $34.99

Where:
Mall of America
300 East Broadway
Bloomington, MN  55425
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, April 9 , 2018   Contact: Joseph Brown, 651.644.9200, raymondavegallery@me.com   The Raymond Avenue Gallery is pleased to announce its 2018 second quarter exhibition:...

Cost: free

Where:
Raymond Avenue Gallery
761 Raymond Avenue
Saint Paul, MN  55114
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Telephone: 651-644-9200
Contact Name: Joseph Brown
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On view from April 21 – July 15 at the American Swedish Institute Sculptor Kim Simonsson of Fiskars, Finland, crafts innocent, yet beguiling, life-sized figures of children and animals in...

Cost: Included in museum admission: $10 adults; $7 seniors 62+; $5 students; free for

Where:
American Swedish Institute
2600 Park Avenue
Minneapolis, MN  55407
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Sponsor: American Swedish Institute
Contact Name: Emily
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On view from April 21 – July 15 at the American Swedish Institute Sculptor Kim Simonsson of Fiskars, Finland, crafts innocent, yet beguiling, life-sized figures of children and animals in...

Cost: Included in museum admission: $10 adults; $7 seniors 62+; $5 students; free for

Where:
American Swedish Institute
2600 Park Avenue
Minneapolis, MN  55407
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Sponsor: American Swedish Institute
Contact Name: Emily
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May is the month to soak in ceramics in this region, and these three Midwestern artists represent a range of experience, technique, and firing methods. Denecke brings Japanese tradition and a...

Cost: Free and open to the public

Where:
Northern Clay Center
2424 Franklin Ave E
Minneapolis, MN  55406
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Telephone: 161-233-98007
Contact Name: Northern Clay Center
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Kick off Spring Time and prep your garden at the Wedge's annual Plant Sale. Stop into our Lydnale South Parking lot green house for the cities best selection of plants from some of Minnesota's...

Cost: Free (plant prices vary)

Where:
Wedge Community Co-op
2105 Lyndale Ave So.
Minneapolis, MN  55405
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1st Annual 'Move 4 Heroes' Fundraising Event for The Hero Habit FoundationThis year is our first annual event and we wanted to start with a BIG BANG by hosting a Wellness Fair, Zumba Dance-athon...

Cost: $0 - $75

Where:
TBD
SW Metro
Twin Cities, MN  55379
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Sponsor: Hadassah Health
Telephone: 612-470-8828
Contact Name: Coach, Nicole Maggio
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Come help paint the Wright’s Lake Park Community Mural! The mural will be painted onto large sheets of canvas, which GoodSpace Murals will later adhere to a large wall across the street from...

Cost: Free

Where:
Throughout Bloomington, see description
Bloomington, MN


Sponsor: City of Bloomington and Artistry
Telephone: 952-563-8744
Contact Name: Alejandra Pelinka
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Night Art Gallery offers over 300+ original artworks from 30+ concurrent artist exhibitions where visitors can view many styles such as; traditional, abstract, mixed media, photography, pop culture...

Cost: $8.00

Where:
Night Art Gallery
12732 Lake Blvd
Lindstrom, MN  55045
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Sponsor: Night Art Gallery
Telephone: 612-235-3646
Contact Name: Brad
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Disney's Newsies, the exciting musical that took Broadway by storm, is coming to Chanhassen Dinner Theatres! Inspired by the real-life Newsboys Strike of 1899 in New York City,...

Cost: $50-89

Where:
Chanhassen Dinner Theatres
501 W. 78th St.
Chanhassen, MN
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Website »

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Online Owl Watching will start May 17th 1. what owls are unique 2. How to identify owls 3. What kind habitats to owls live in4. Conservation Status of owls 5. Courtship and Behavior of owls 6....

Cost: $ 30.00 per adult $10.00 per child $50.00 per group or family

Where:
google class
Minneapolis minesota
Minneapolis, MN  55111
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Sponsor: online community ed and in person classes
Telephone: 208-351-3407
Contact Name: dallin saurey
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The Great American Read, hosted by Meredith Vieira, explores the power of books and the joy of reading through the lens of America’s 100 best-loved novels, as voted on by the public. We will have...

Cost: Free

Where:
Twin Cities PBS - Street Space
172 East 4th Street
St. Paul , MN  55101
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Join us at the beautiful 7 Vines Winery in Dellwood, MN for an Open Air Workshop! Weather permitting, we will open the beautiful sliding doors to reveal the vineyard and grounds Experience a...

Cost: $59-$99

Where:
7 Vines Vineyard & Winery.
101 Hwy 96 E.
Dellwood, MN  55110
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Sponsor: Sawdust Savvy
Telephone: 651-705-6614
Contact Name: Annie or Lindsay
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With warm-hearted wit and infectious joy, Silent Sky tells the riveting true story of Henrietta Leavitt, a pioneering scientist in an age when women couldn’t even vote. Despite not being...

Cost: $15-$35

Where:
Commonweal Theatre Co
208 Parkway Ave N
Lanesboro, MN  55949
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Sponsor: Commonweal Theatre Co.
Telephone: 800-657-7025
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WORLD PREMIERE OF BECK LEE’S DARK COMEDY “SUBPRIME” DEBUTS AT MIXED BLOOD IN MAY ​CAST AND DESIGN TEAM FEATURES POPULAR TWIN CITIES ARTISTS.  PERFORMANCES BEGIN MAY 4.            ...

Cost: $25

Where:
Mixed Blood Theatre
1501 South 4th Street
Minneapolis, MN  55454
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Sponsor: VimLab PR
Telephone: 161-222-98522
Contact Name: Natalie Auger
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We’re sixty and we know it! Brave New Workshop is thrilled to kick off our 60th Anniversary season with a best-of show, featuring some of our funniest and relevant material from the recent (and...

Cost: $20-$34

Where:
Brave New Workshop
824 Hennepin Ave
Minneapolis, MN  55403
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The folk rock singer-songwriter Bob Dylan was born in Duluth, MN nearly 77 years ago -- and now, every year, the entire city celebrates his music and success with local...

Cost: Free, some events require a purchased ticket

Where:
Downtown Duluth and select locations in
Duluth, MN


Sponsor: Duluth Dylan Fest Committee
Website »

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Minneapolis museums house two iconic works of photorealism—Chuck Close’s huge self-portrait at the Walker and another of a guy named Frank at Mia. Countless strokes of acrylic paint...

Cost: Free

Where:
Minneapolis Institute of Art
2400 Third Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN  55404
View map »


Website »

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Show More...
Show Less...

Minneapolis and representatives from Tours, France, a Minneapolis Sister City, are proud to present “The Americans in Tours: 1917-1919.” Thousands of Americans, including Minnesotans, were...

Cost: Free

Where:
Hennepin County Government Center
Hennepin Gallery A-level
300 South 6th St.
Minneapolis, MN   55487
View map »


Sponsor: Minneapolis Sister Cities / Meet Minneapolis
Telephone: 612-767-8118
Contact Name: Kim Insley
Website »

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You've probably spent countless hours in front of a screen watching a hero save the world, solve a mystery, plan a prison break or repair a spaceship to return home. Now it's your turn! The Escape...

Cost: $34.99

Where:
Mall of America
300 East Broadway
Bloomington, MN  55425
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Toyota-Lift of Minnesota will hold a Forklift Certification course that’s free to veterans on Tuesday, May 22nd at its location off of Xylon Court North in Minneapolis. The 5-hour class will...

Cost: Free to veterans

Where:
Toyota-Lift of Minnesota
8601 Xylon Court North
Minneapolis, MN  55445
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Sponsor: Toyota-Lift of Minnesota
Telephone: (800) 523-0611
Contact Name: Kyle Thill
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, April 9 , 2018   Contact: Joseph Brown, 651.644.9200, raymondavegallery@me.com   The Raymond Avenue Gallery is pleased to announce its 2018 second quarter exhibition:...

Cost: free

Where:
Raymond Avenue Gallery
761 Raymond Avenue
Saint Paul, MN  55114
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Telephone: 651-644-9200
Contact Name: Joseph Brown
Website »

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On view from April 21 – July 15 at the American Swedish Institute Sculptor Kim Simonsson of Fiskars, Finland, crafts innocent, yet beguiling, life-sized figures of children and animals in...

Cost: Included in museum admission: $10 adults; $7 seniors 62+; $5 students; free for

Where:
American Swedish Institute
2600 Park Avenue
Minneapolis, MN  55407
View map »


Sponsor: American Swedish Institute
Contact Name: Emily
Website »

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On view from April 21 – July 15 at the American Swedish Institute Sculptor Kim Simonsson of Fiskars, Finland, crafts innocent, yet beguiling, life-sized figures of children and animals in...

Cost: Included in museum admission: $10 adults; $7 seniors 62+; $5 students; free for

Where:
American Swedish Institute
2600 Park Avenue
Minneapolis, MN  55407
View map »


Sponsor: American Swedish Institute
Contact Name: Emily
Website »

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May is the month to soak in ceramics in this region, and these three Midwestern artists represent a range of experience, technique, and firing methods. Denecke brings Japanese tradition and a...

Cost: Free and open to the public

Where:
Northern Clay Center
2424 Franklin Ave E
Minneapolis, MN  55406
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Telephone: 161-233-98007
Contact Name: Northern Clay Center
Website »

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Kick off Spring Time and prep your garden at the Wedge's annual Plant Sale. Stop into our Lydnale South Parking lot green house for the cities best selection of plants from some of Minnesota's...

Cost: Free (plant prices vary)

Where:
Wedge Community Co-op
2105 Lyndale Ave So.
Minneapolis, MN  55405
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For Dani Roach, painting is more than the art of representation, it is the art of storytelling. As poetry employs rhythm, Roach uses color and form to punctuate her compositions. The artist...

Cost: Free

Where:
Groveland Gallery
25 Groveland Terrace
Minneapolis, MN  55403
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Telephone: 612-207-7810
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Quick and decisive strokes fill Susan Horn’s canvas. She writes, “As I am painting, I am looking for a resonance – a rhythm that physically hits you like a deep chord. This is the sensation I...

Cost: Free

Where:
Groveland Gallery
25 Groveland Terrace
Minneapolis, MN  55403
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Telephone: 612-207-7810
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1st Annual 'Move 4 Heroes' Fundraising Event for The Hero Habit FoundationThis year is our first annual event and we wanted to start with a BIG BANG by hosting a Wellness Fair, Zumba Dance-athon...

Cost: $0 - $75

Where:
TBD
SW Metro
Twin Cities, MN  55379
View map »


Sponsor: Hadassah Health
Telephone: 612-470-8828
Contact Name: Coach, Nicole Maggio
Website »

More information

Come help paint the Wright’s Lake Park Community Mural! The mural will be painted onto large sheets of canvas, which GoodSpace Murals will later adhere to a large wall across the street from...

Cost: Free

Where:
Throughout Bloomington, see description
Bloomington, MN


Sponsor: City of Bloomington and Artistry
Telephone: 952-563-8744
Contact Name: Alejandra Pelinka
Website »

More information

Night Art Gallery offers over 300+ original artworks from 30+ concurrent artist exhibitions where visitors can view many styles such as; traditional, abstract, mixed media, photography, pop culture...

Cost: $8.00

Where:
Night Art Gallery
12732 Lake Blvd
Lindstrom, MN  55045
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Sponsor: Night Art Gallery
Telephone: 612-235-3646
Contact Name: Brad
Website »

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The historic Trout Air Fishing Experience at Running Aces Casino & Racetrack will open for the season on Saturday, May 5. The popular Trout Air Fishing Experience provides fishing enthusiasts with...

Cost: $10 per pound of Trout plus $2 Pole Rental and Bait

Where:
Running Aces Casino & Racetrack
15201 Running Aces Blvd
Columbus, MN  55025
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Online Owl Watching will start May 17th 1. what owls are unique 2. How to identify owls 3. What kind habitats to owls live in4. Conservation Status of owls 5. Courtship and Behavior of owls 6....

Cost: $ 30.00 per adult $10.00 per child $50.00 per group or family

Where:
google class
Minneapolis minesota
Minneapolis, MN  55111
View map »


Sponsor: online community ed and in person classes
Telephone: 208-351-3407
Contact Name: dallin saurey
Website »

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Disney's Newsies, the exciting musical that took Broadway by storm, is coming to Chanhassen Dinner Theatres! Inspired by the real-life Newsboys Strike of 1899 in New York City,...

Cost: $50-89

Where:
Chanhassen Dinner Theatres
501 W. 78th St.
Chanhassen, MN
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Website »

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Come see TPT’s newest national production, Going to War, at our Lowertown Studios before its release on PBS this Memorial Day. We’ll provide a panel discussion after the film.

Cost: Free

Where:
Twin Cities PBS
172 East 4th Street
Saint Paul, MN  55101
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WORLD PREMIERE OF BECK LEE’S DARK COMEDY “SUBPRIME” DEBUTS AT MIXED BLOOD IN MAY ​CAST AND DESIGN TEAM FEATURES POPULAR TWIN CITIES ARTISTS.  PERFORMANCES BEGIN MAY 4.            ...

Cost: $25

Where:
Mixed Blood Theatre
1501 South 4th Street
Minneapolis, MN  55454
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Sponsor: VimLab PR
Telephone: 161-222-98522
Contact Name: Natalie Auger
Website »

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The folk rock singer-songwriter Bob Dylan was born in Duluth, MN nearly 77 years ago -- and now, every year, the entire city celebrates his music and success with local...

Cost: Free, some events require a purchased ticket

Where:
Downtown Duluth and select locations in
Duluth, MN


Sponsor: Duluth Dylan Fest Committee
Website »

More information

We’re sixty and we know it! Brave New Workshop is thrilled to kick off our 60th Anniversary season with a best-of show, featuring some of our funniest and relevant material from the recent (and...

Cost: $20-$34

Where:
Brave New Workshop
824 Hennepin Ave
Minneapolis, MN  55403
View map »

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Minneapolis museums house two iconic works of photorealism—Chuck Close’s huge self-portrait at the Walker and another of a guy named Frank at Mia. Countless strokes of acrylic paint...

Cost: Free

Where:
Minneapolis Institute of Art
2400 Third Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN  55404
View map »


Website »

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Minneapolis and representatives from Tours, France, a Minneapolis Sister City, are proud to present “The Americans in Tours: 1917-1919.” Thousands of Americans, including Minnesotans, were...

Cost: Free

Where:
Hennepin County Government Center
Hennepin Gallery A-level
300 South 6th St.
Minneapolis, MN   55487
View map »


Sponsor: Minneapolis Sister Cities / Meet Minneapolis
Telephone: 612-767-8118
Contact Name: Kim Insley
Website »

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WHAT:                                 mspWellness: Diabetes Prevention Programs for Worksites...

Cost: . Admission is free but pre-registration is appreciated.

Where:
YMCA of Greater Twin Cities
651 Nicollet Mall
Suite 500
Minneapolis, MN  55402
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Telephone: 612-370-9160
Contact Name: Cheri Gengler

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You've probably spent countless hours in front of a screen watching a hero save the world, solve a mystery, plan a prison break or repair a spaceship to return home. Now it's your turn! The Escape...

Cost: $34.99

Where:
Mall of America
300 East Broadway
Bloomington, MN  55425
View map »

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May is the month to soak in ceramics in this region, and these three Midwestern artists represent a range of experience, technique, and firing methods. Denecke brings Japanese tradition and a...

Cost: Free and open to the public

Where:
Northern Clay Center
2424 Franklin Ave E
Minneapolis, MN  55406
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Telephone: 161-233-98007
Contact Name: Northern Clay Center
Website »

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, April 9 , 2018   Contact: Joseph Brown, 651.644.9200, raymondavegallery@me.com   The Raymond Avenue Gallery is pleased to announce its 2018 second quarter exhibition:...

Cost: free

Where:
Raymond Avenue Gallery
761 Raymond Avenue
Saint Paul, MN  55114
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Telephone: 651-644-9200
Contact Name: Joseph Brown
Website »

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On view from April 21 – July 15 at the American Swedish Institute Sculptor Kim Simonsson of Fiskars, Finland, crafts innocent, yet beguiling, life-sized figures of children and animals in...

Cost: Included in museum admission: $10 adults; $7 seniors 62+; $5 students; free for

Where:
American Swedish Institute
2600 Park Avenue
Minneapolis, MN  55407
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Sponsor: American Swedish Institute
Contact Name: Emily
Website »

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On view from April 21 – July 15 at the American Swedish Institute Sculptor Kim Simonsson of Fiskars, Finland, crafts innocent, yet beguiling, life-sized figures of children and animals in...

Cost: Included in museum admission: $10 adults; $7 seniors 62+; $5 students; free for

Where:
American Swedish Institute
2600 Park Avenue
Minneapolis, MN  55407
View map »


Sponsor: American Swedish Institute
Contact Name: Emily
Website »

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Kick off Spring Time and prep your garden at the Wedge's annual Plant Sale. Stop into our Lydnale South Parking lot green house for the cities best selection of plants from some of Minnesota's...

Cost: Free (plant prices vary)

Where:
Wedge Community Co-op
2105 Lyndale Ave So.
Minneapolis, MN  55405
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Website »

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WHAT:                                 Executive Women’s Council: Women in Media WHO:                                   Hosted by...

Cost: This event is open to all and pre-registration is required. Admission is $30 for

Where:
Minneapolis Club
729 Second Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN  55402
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Telephone: 612-370-9123
Contact Name: Anna Stinson

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Quick and decisive strokes fill Susan Horn’s canvas. She writes, “As I am painting, I am looking for a resonance – a rhythm that physically hits you like a deep chord. This is the sensation I...

Cost: Free

Where:
Groveland Gallery
25 Groveland Terrace
Minneapolis, MN  55403
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Telephone: 612-207-7810
Website »

More information

For Dani Roach, painting is more than the art of representation, it is the art of storytelling. As poetry employs rhythm, Roach uses color and form to punctuate her compositions. The artist...

Cost: Free

Where:
Groveland Gallery
25 Groveland Terrace
Minneapolis, MN  55403
View map »


Telephone: 612-207-7810
Website »

More information

1st Annual 'Move 4 Heroes' Fundraising Event for The Hero Habit FoundationThis year is our first annual event and we wanted to start with a BIG BANG by hosting a Wellness Fair, Zumba Dance-athon...

Cost: $0 - $75

Where:
TBD
SW Metro
Twin Cities, MN  55379
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Sponsor: Hadassah Health
Telephone: 612-470-8828
Contact Name: Coach, Nicole Maggio
Website »

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Created by Brian Pekol, and produced by Sidekick Theatre. We know the voice, but we never got to know the man. To do that, we have to start at the beginning... In this full-length dramatic...

Cost: $30-$34

Where:
Ives Auditorium
11411 Masonic Home Dr
Bloomington, MN  55437
View map »


Sponsor: Minnesota Masonic Heritage Center
Telephone: 952-948-6506
Contact Name: Karen Mohsenian
Website »

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Come help paint the Wright’s Lake Park Community Mural! The mural will be painted onto large sheets of canvas, which GoodSpace Murals will later adhere to a large wall across the street from...

Cost: Free

Where:
Throughout Bloomington, see description
Bloomington, MN


Sponsor: City of Bloomington and Artistry
Telephone: 952-563-8744
Contact Name: Alejandra Pelinka
Website »

More information

Night Art Gallery offers over 300+ original artworks from 30+ concurrent artist exhibitions where visitors can view many styles such as; traditional, abstract, mixed media, photography, pop culture...

Cost: $8.00

Where:
Night Art Gallery
12732 Lake Blvd
Lindstrom, MN  55045
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Sponsor: Night Art Gallery
Telephone: 612-235-3646
Contact Name: Brad
Website »

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In an effort to keep the waters of Lake Superior shark free, join us every Wednesday night in May, to keep post while enjoying a bonfire on the shore of Lake Superior.  Glensheen is one of the...

Cost: Free

Where:
Glensheen Mansion
3300 London Road
Duluth, MN  55805
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Telephone: 218-726-8910
Website »

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Online Owl Watching will start May 17th 1. what owls are unique 2. How to identify owls 3. What kind habitats to owls live in4. Conservation Status of owls 5. Courtship and Behavior of owls 6....

Cost: $ 30.00 per adult $10.00 per child $50.00 per group or family

Where:
google class
Minneapolis minesota
Minneapolis, MN  55111
View map »


Sponsor: online community ed and in person classes
Telephone: 208-351-3407
Contact Name: dallin saurey
Website »

More information

Disney's Newsies, the exciting musical that took Broadway by storm, is coming to Chanhassen Dinner Theatres! Inspired by the real-life Newsboys Strike of 1899 in New York City,...

Cost: $50-89

Where:
Chanhassen Dinner Theatres
501 W. 78th St.
Chanhassen, MN
View map »


Website »

More information

Join us for our weekly Trivia Night, with “THE WORLD’S BEST BAR TRIVIA” presented by Trivia Mafia. Come have a pint and stretch your brain! Featuring $1 off all beers. Prizes 1st Place:...

Cost: FREE

Where:
Big Wood Brewery
2222 4th Street
White Bear Lake, MN  55110
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Join SubText Books in the store on Wednesday, May 23rd at 7pm for a reading with Cary J. Griffith!  Griffith will read and discuss his latest work,"Gunflint Burning," which is a comprehensive...

Cost: Free

Where:
SubText Books
6 West 5th Street
St. Paul, MN  55102
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The East Metro Symphony Orchestra (EMSO) will present a special encore performance of Svensk musik och dans (Swedish Music and Dance), a cultural celebration of Swedish classical and folk music,...

Cost: $10-$15

Where:
American Swedish Institute
2600 Park Ave.
Minneapolis, MN  55407
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Sponsor: EMSO
Website »

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WORLD PREMIERE OF BECK LEE’S DARK COMEDY “SUBPRIME” DEBUTS AT MIXED BLOOD IN MAY ​CAST AND DESIGN TEAM FEATURES POPULAR TWIN CITIES ARTISTS.  PERFORMANCES BEGIN MAY 4.            ...

Cost: $25

Where:
Mixed Blood Theatre
1501 South 4th Street
Minneapolis, MN  55454
View map »


Sponsor: VimLab PR
Telephone: 161-222-98522
Contact Name: Natalie Auger
Website »

More information

Frank Loesser's celebrated musical comedy about rolling the dice and falling in love under the bright lights of Broadway is considered by many to be the perfect musical comedy. Set in a...

Cost: $30-$40

Where:
OLD LOG THEATRE
5185 Meadville Street
Excelsior, MN  55331
View map »


Telephone: 952-474-5951
Contact Name: Maureen Kvam
Website »

More information

The folk rock singer-songwriter Bob Dylan was born in Duluth, MN nearly 77 years ago -- and now, every year, the entire city celebrates his music and success with local...

Cost: Free, some events require a purchased ticket

Where:
Downtown Duluth and select locations in
Duluth, MN


Sponsor: Duluth Dylan Fest Committee
Website »

More information

Frank Loesser's celebrated musical comedy about rolling the dice and falling in love under the bright lights of Broadway is considered by many to be the perfect musical comedy. Set in a...

Cost: $30-$40

Where:
OLD LOG THEATRE
5185 Meadville Street
Excelsior, MN  55331
View map »


Telephone: 952-474-5951
Contact Name: Maureen Kvam
Website »

More information

We’re sixty and we know it! Brave New Workshop is thrilled to kick off our 60th Anniversary season with a best-of show, featuring some of our funniest and relevant material from the recent (and...

Cost: $20-$34

Where:
Brave New Workshop
824 Hennepin Ave
Minneapolis, MN  55403
View map »

More information

Minneapolis museums house two iconic works of photorealism—Chuck Close’s huge self-portrait at the Walker and another of a guy named Frank at Mia. Countless strokes of acrylic paint...

Cost: Free

Where:
Minneapolis Institute of Art
2400 Third Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN  55404
View map »


Website »

More information

Frank Loesser's celebrated musical comedy about rolling the dice and falling in love under the bright lights of Broadway is considered by many to be the perfect musical comedy. Set in a...

Cost: $30-$40

Where:
OLD LOG THEATRE
5185 Meadville Street
Excelsior, MN  55317
View map »


Telephone: 952-474-5951
Contact Name: Maureen Kvam
Website »

More information

Show More...
Show Less...

Minneapolis and representatives from Tours, France, a Minneapolis Sister City, are proud to present “The Americans in Tours: 1917-1919.” Thousands of Americans, including Minnesotans, were...

Cost: Free

Where:
Hennepin County Government Center
Hennepin Gallery A-level
300 South 6th St.
Minneapolis, MN   55487
View map »


Sponsor: Minneapolis Sister Cities / Meet Minneapolis
Telephone: 612-767-8118
Contact Name: Kim Insley
Website »

More information

You've probably spent countless hours in front of a screen watching a hero save the world, solve a mystery, plan a prison break or repair a spaceship to return home. Now it's your turn! The Escape...

Cost: $34.99

Where:
Mall of America
300 East Broadway
Bloomington, MN  55425
View map »

More information

On Thursday, May 24th Glensheen will host a day of free of Classic Tours to all visitors.  Various attractions in partnership with Visit Duluth and the city of Duluth, are offering a series of...

Cost: Free

Where:
Glensheen Mansion
3300 London Road
Duluth, MN  55804
View map »


Telephone: 218-726-8910
Contact Name: Jaron
Website »

More information

On view from April 21 – July 15 at the American Swedish Institute Sculptor Kim Simonsson of Fiskars, Finland, crafts innocent, yet beguiling, life-sized figures of children and animals in...

Cost: Included in museum admission: $10 adults; $7 seniors 62+; $5 students; free for

Where:
American Swedish Institute
2600 Park Avenue
Minneapolis, MN  55407
View map »


Sponsor: American Swedish Institute
Contact Name: Emily
Website »

More information

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, April 9 , 2018   Contact: Joseph Brown, 651.644.9200, raymondavegallery@me.com   The Raymond Avenue Gallery is pleased to announce its 2018 second quarter exhibition:...

Cost: free

Where:
Raymond Avenue Gallery
761 Raymond Avenue
Saint Paul, MN  55114
View map »


Telephone: 651-644-9200
Contact Name: Joseph Brown
Website »

More information

On view from April 21 – July 15 at the American Swedish Institute Sculptor Kim Simonsson of Fiskars, Finland, crafts innocent, yet beguiling, life-sized figures of children and animals in...

Cost: Included in museum admission: $10 adults; $7 seniors 62+; $5 students; free for

Where:
American Swedish Institute
2600 Park Avenue
Minneapolis, MN  55407
View map »


Sponsor: American Swedish Institute
Contact Name: Emily
Website »

More information

Art Along the Lake: Spring Gallery Tour highlights a collaboration of the different art galleries throughout Cook County. Six galleries will host different events Thursday, May 24 -Sunday, May...

Cost: FREE

Where:
Grand Marais Arts Colony
120 3rd Ave. W.
Grand Marais, MN  55604
View map »


Sponsor: Visit Cook County
Telephone: 218-387-2737
Contact Name: Katie Krantz
Website »

More information

Kick off Spring Time and prep your garden at the Wedge's annual Plant Sale. Stop into our Lydnale South Parking lot green house for the cities best selection of plants from some of Minnesota's...

Cost: Free (plant prices vary)

Where:
Wedge Community Co-op
2105 Lyndale Ave So.
Minneapolis, MN  55405
View map »


Website »

More information

May is the month to soak in ceramics in this region, and these three Midwestern artists represent a range of experience, technique, and firing methods. Denecke brings Japanese tradition and a...

Cost: Free and open to the public

Where:
Northern Clay Center
2424 Franklin Ave E
Minneapolis, MN  55406
View map »


Telephone: 161-233-98007
Contact Name: Northern Clay Center
Website »

More information

You’re a smart and savvy expert who helps people every day. But breaking into the corporate market where there is unlimited opportunity to charge higher fees and connect with bigger audiences can...

Cost: Board Member - Registration Code Required Guest of WeMN Member - $25 plus Regist

Where:
NISM
9220 Bass Lake Road
New Hope, MN  55428
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Contact Name: Jenn Pollard

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Quick and decisive strokes fill Susan Horn’s canvas. She writes, “As I am painting, I am looking for a resonance – a rhythm that physically hits you like a deep chord. This is the sensation I...

Cost: Free

Where:
Groveland Gallery
25 Groveland Terrace
Minneapolis, MN  55403
View map »


Telephone: 612-207-7810
Website »

More information

For Dani Roach, painting is more than the art of representation, it is the art of storytelling. As poetry employs rhythm, Roach uses color and form to punctuate her compositions. The artist...

Cost: Free

Where:
Groveland Gallery
25 Groveland Terrace
Minneapolis, MN  55403
View map »


Telephone: 612-207-7810
Website »

More information

Created by Brian Pekol, and produced by Sidekick Theatre. We know the voice, but we never got to know the man. To do that, we have to start at the beginning... In this full-length dramatic...

Cost: $30-$34

Where:
Ives Auditorium
11411 Masonic Home Dr
Bloomington, MN  55437
View map »


Sponsor: Minnesota Masonic Heritage Center
Telephone: 952-948-6506
Contact Name: Karen Mohsenian
Website »

More information

1st Annual 'Move 4 Heroes' Fundraising Event for The Hero Habit FoundationThis year is our first annual event and we wanted to start with a BIG BANG by hosting a Wellness Fair, Zumba Dance-athon...

Cost: $0 - $75

Where:
TBD
SW Metro
Twin Cities, MN  55379
View map »


Sponsor: Hadassah Health
Telephone: 612-470-8828
Contact Name: Coach, Nicole Maggio
Website »

More information

Come help paint the Wright’s Lake Park Community Mural! The mural will be painted onto large sheets of canvas, which GoodSpace Murals will later adhere to a large wall across the street from...

Cost: Free

Where:
Throughout Bloomington, see description
Bloomington, MN


Sponsor: City of Bloomington and Artistry
Telephone: 952-563-8744
Contact Name: Alejandra Pelinka
Website »

More information

Night Art Gallery offers over 300+ original artworks from 30+ concurrent artist exhibitions where visitors can view many styles such as; traditional, abstract, mixed media, photography, pop culture...

Cost: $8.00

Where:
Night Art Gallery
12732 Lake Blvd
Lindstrom, MN  55045
View map »


Sponsor: Night Art Gallery
Telephone: 612-235-3646
Contact Name: Brad
Website »

More information

May 24th online family recreation class 1. Build Up Rather Than Tear Down 2. Engage in the Best Recreation 3.Balance Is Crucial 4. Time Together 5. Ideas for family recreation 6. Wholesome...

Cost: Adults $10.00 $2.00 for Children $25.00 group or family

Where:
google class
Minneapolis Minnesota
Minneapolis, MN  55111
View map »


Sponsor: google class
Telephone: 208-351-3407
Contact Name: dallin saurey
Website »

More information

Online Owl Watching will start May 17th 1. what owls are unique 2. How to identify owls 3. What kind habitats to owls live in4. Conservation Status of owls 5. Courtship and Behavior of owls 6....

Cost: $ 30.00 per adult $10.00 per child $50.00 per group or family

Where:
google class
Minneapolis minesota
Minneapolis, MN  55111
View map »


Sponsor: online community ed and in person classes
Telephone: 208-351-3407
Contact Name: dallin saurey
Website »

More information

Disney's Newsies, the exciting musical that took Broadway by storm, is coming to Chanhassen Dinner Theatres! Inspired by the real-life Newsboys Strike of 1899 in New York City,...

Cost: $50-89

Where:
Chanhassen Dinner Theatres
501 W. 78th St.
Chanhassen, MN
View map »


Website »

More information

With warm-hearted wit and infectious joy, Silent Sky tells the riveting true story of Henrietta Leavitt, a pioneering scientist in an age when women couldn’t even vote. Despite not being...

Cost: $15-$35

Where:
Commonweal Theatre Co
208 Parkway Ave N
Lanesboro, MN  55949
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Sponsor: Commonweal Theatre Co.
Telephone: 800-657-7025
Website »

More information

A tale, told with music and humor, of a poor woman who receives a bag of gold from the gods and is torn in two as she tries to help all her struggling friends but take care of herself at the same...

Cost: $10-$30

Where:
Open Book
1011 Washington Ave S
Minneapolis, MN  55415
View map »


Sponsor: Ten Thousand Things
Telephone: 612-203-9502
Website »

More information

WORLD PREMIERE OF BECK LEE’S DARK COMEDY “SUBPRIME” DEBUTS AT MIXED BLOOD IN MAY ​CAST AND DESIGN TEAM FEATURES POPULAR TWIN CITIES ARTISTS.  PERFORMANCES BEGIN MAY 4.            ...

Cost: $25

Where:
Mixed Blood Theatre
1501 South 4th Street
Minneapolis, MN  55454
View map »


Sponsor: VimLab PR
Telephone: 161-222-98522
Contact Name: Natalie Auger
Website »

More information

A tale, told with music and humor, of a poor woman who receives a bag of gold from the gods and is torn in two as she tries to help all her struggling friends but take care of herself at the same...

Cost: $10-$30

Where:
St Paul's ELCA of Minneapolis
2742 15th Ave S
Minneapolis, MN  55407
View map »


Sponsor: Ten Thousand Things
Telephone: 612-203-9502
Website »

More information

Minneapolis museums house two iconic works of photorealism—Chuck Close’s huge self-portrait at the Walker and another of a guy named Frank at Mia. Countless strokes of acrylic paint...

Cost: Free

Where:
Minneapolis Institute of Art
2400 Third Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN  55404
View map »


Website »

More information

Frank Loesser's celebrated musical comedy about rolling the dice and falling in love under the bright lights of Broadway is considered by many to be the perfect musical comedy. Set in a...

Cost: $30-$40

Where:
OLD LOG THEATRE
5185 Meadville Street
Excelsior, MN  55331
View map »


Telephone: 952-474-5951
Contact Name: Maureen Kvam
Website »

More information

Frank Loesser's celebrated musical comedy about rolling the dice and falling in love under the bright lights of Broadway is considered by many to be the perfect musical comedy. Set in a...

Cost: $30-$40

Where:
OLD LOG THEATRE
5185 Meadville Street
Excelsior, MN  55317
View map »


Telephone: 952-474-5951
Contact Name: Maureen Kvam
Website »

More information

Frank Loesser's celebrated musical comedy about rolling the dice and falling in love under the bright lights of Broadway is considered by many to be the perfect musical comedy. Set in a...

Cost: $30-$40

Where:
OLD LOG THEATRE
5185 Meadville Street
Excelsior, MN  55331
View map »


Telephone: 952-474-5951
Contact Name: Maureen Kvam
Website »

More information

The folk rock singer-songwriter Bob Dylan was born in Duluth, MN nearly 77 years ago -- and now, every year, the entire city celebrates his music and success with local...

Cost: Free, some events require a purchased ticket

Where:
Downtown Duluth and select locations in
Duluth, MN


Sponsor: Duluth Dylan Fest Committee
Website »

More information

We’re sixty and we know it! Brave New Workshop is thrilled to kick off our 60th Anniversary season with a best-of show, featuring some of our funniest and relevant material from the recent (and...

Cost: $20-$34

Where:
Brave New Workshop
824 Hennepin Ave
Minneapolis, MN  55403
View map »

More information

Show More...
Show Less...

Minneapolis and representatives from Tours, France, a Minneapolis Sister City, are proud to present “The Americans in Tours: 1917-1919.” Thousands of Americans, including Minnesotans, were...

Cost: Free

Where:
Hennepin County Government Center
Hennepin Gallery A-level
300 South 6th St.
Minneapolis, MN   55487
View map »


Sponsor: Minneapolis Sister Cities / Meet Minneapolis
Telephone: 612-767-8118
Contact Name: Kim Insley
Website »

More information

You've probably spent countless hours in front of a screen watching a hero save the world, solve a mystery, plan a prison break or repair a spaceship to return home. Now it's your turn! The Escape...

Cost: $34.99

Where:
Mall of America
300 East Broadway
Bloomington, MN  55425
View map »

More information

Allied Academies Ltd Conferences invites all the participants from all over the world to attend “10th World Congress on Dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease” Slated during May 25-26,2018 at New...

Cost: 99$

Where:
Hilton New York JFK Airport Hotel
144-02 135th Avenue | Jamaica, New York 11436 | USA
Jamaica, NY  11436
View map »


Sponsor: Allied Academies
Telephone: 800-858-2189
Contact Name: jennifer morris
Website »

More information

Art Along the Lake: Spring Gallery Tour highlights a collaboration of the different art galleries throughout Cook County. Six galleries will host different events Thursday, May 24 -Sunday, May...

Cost: FREE

Where:
Grand Marais Arts Colony
120 3rd Ave. W.
Grand Marais, MN  55604
View map »


Sponsor: Visit Cook County
Telephone: 218-387-2737
Contact Name: Katie Krantz
Website »

More information

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, April 9 , 2018   Contact: Joseph Brown, 651.644.9200, raymondavegallery@me.com   The Raymond Avenue Gallery is pleased to announce its 2018 second quarter exhibition:...

Cost: free

Where:
Raymond Avenue Gallery
761 Raymond Avenue
Saint Paul, MN  55114
View map »


Telephone: 651-644-9200
Contact Name: Joseph Brown
Website »

More information

On view from April 21 – July 15 at the American Swedish Institute Sculptor Kim Simonsson of Fiskars, Finland, crafts innocent, yet beguiling, life-sized figures of children and animals in...

Cost: Included in museum admission: $10 adults; $7 seniors 62+; $5 students; free for

Where:
American Swedish Institute
2600 Park Avenue
Minneapolis, MN  55407
View map »


Sponsor: American Swedish Institute
Contact Name: Emily
Website »

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On view from April 21 – July 15 at the American Swedish Institute Sculptor Kim Simonsson of Fiskars, Finland, crafts innocent, yet beguiling, life-sized figures of children and animals in...

Cost: Included in museum admission: $10 adults; $7 seniors 62+; $5 students; free for

Where:
American Swedish Institute
2600 Park Avenue
Minneapolis, MN  55407
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Sponsor: American Swedish Institute
Contact Name: Emily
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Kick off Spring Time and prep your garden at the Wedge's annual Plant Sale. Stop into our Lydnale South Parking lot green house for the cities best selection of plants from some of Minnesota's...

Cost: Free (plant prices vary)

Where:
Wedge Community Co-op
2105 Lyndale Ave So.
Minneapolis, MN  55405
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May is the month to soak in ceramics in this region, and these three Midwestern artists represent a range of experience, technique, and firing methods. Denecke brings Japanese tradition and a...

Cost: Free and open to the public

Where:
Northern Clay Center
2424 Franklin Ave E
Minneapolis, MN  55406
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Telephone: 161-233-98007
Contact Name: Northern Clay Center
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For Dani Roach, painting is more than the art of representation, it is the art of storytelling. As poetry employs rhythm, Roach uses color and form to punctuate her compositions. The artist...

Cost: Free

Where:
Groveland Gallery
25 Groveland Terrace
Minneapolis, MN  55403
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Telephone: 612-207-7810
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Quick and decisive strokes fill Susan Horn’s canvas. She writes, “As I am painting, I am looking for a resonance – a rhythm that physically hits you like a deep chord. This is the sensation I...

Cost: Free

Where:
Groveland Gallery
25 Groveland Terrace
Minneapolis, MN  55403
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Telephone: 612-207-7810
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1st Annual 'Move 4 Heroes' Fundraising Event for The Hero Habit FoundationThis year is our first annual event and we wanted to start with a BIG BANG by hosting a Wellness Fair, Zumba Dance-athon...

Cost: $0 - $75

Where:
TBD
SW Metro
Twin Cities, MN  55379
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Sponsor: Hadassah Health
Telephone: 612-470-8828
Contact Name: Coach, Nicole Maggio
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Come help paint the Wright’s Lake Park Community Mural! The mural will be painted onto large sheets of canvas, which GoodSpace Murals will later adhere to a large wall across the street from...

Cost: Free

Where:
Throughout Bloomington, see description
Bloomington, MN


Sponsor: City of Bloomington and Artistry
Telephone: 952-563-8744
Contact Name: Alejandra Pelinka
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Night Art Gallery offers over 300+ original artworks from 30+ concurrent artist exhibitions where visitors can view many styles such as; traditional, abstract, mixed media, photography, pop culture...

Cost: $8.00

Where:
Night Art Gallery
12732 Lake Blvd
Lindstrom, MN  55045
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Sponsor: Night Art Gallery
Telephone: 612-235-3646
Contact Name: Brad
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The historic Trout Air Fishing Experience at Running Aces Casino & Racetrack will open for the season on Saturday, May 5. The popular Trout Air Fishing Experience provides fishing enthusiasts with...

Cost: $10 per pound of Trout plus $2 Pole Rental and Bait

Where:
Running Aces Casino & Racetrack
15201 Running Aces Blvd
Columbus, MN  55025
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Disney's Newsies, the exciting musical that took Broadway by storm, is coming to Chanhassen Dinner Theatres! Inspired by the real-life Newsboys Strike of 1899 in New York City,...

Cost: $50-89

Where:
Chanhassen Dinner Theatres
501 W. 78th St.
Chanhassen, MN
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May 24th online family recreation class 1. Build Up Rather Than Tear Down 2. Engage in the Best Recreation 3.Balance Is Crucial 4. Time Together 5. Ideas for family recreation 6. Wholesome...

Cost: Adults $10.00 $2.00 for Children $25.00 group or family

Where:
google class
Minneapolis Minnesota
Minneapolis, MN  55111
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Sponsor: google class
Telephone: 208-351-3407
Contact Name: dallin saurey
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A tale, told with music and humor, of a poor woman who receives a bag of gold from the gods and is torn in two as she tries to help all her struggling friends but take care of herself at the same...

Cost: $10-$30

Where:
St Paul's ELCA of Minneapolis
2742 15th Ave S
Minneapolis, MN  55407
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Sponsor: Ten Thousand Things
Telephone: 612-203-9502
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A tale, told with music and humor, of a poor woman who receives a bag of gold from the gods and is torn in two as she tries to help all her struggling friends but take care of herself at the same...

Cost: $10-$30

Where:
Open Book
1011 Washington Ave S
Minneapolis, MN  55415
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Sponsor: Ten Thousand Things
Telephone: 612-203-9502
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With warm-hearted wit and infectious joy, Silent Sky tells the riveting true story of Henrietta Leavitt, a pioneering scientist in an age when women couldn’t even vote. Despite not being...

Cost: $15-$35

Where:
Commonweal Theatre Co
208 Parkway Ave N
Lanesboro, MN  55949
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Sponsor: Commonweal Theatre Co.
Telephone: 800-657-7025
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WORLD PREMIERE OF BECK LEE’S DARK COMEDY “SUBPRIME” DEBUTS AT MIXED BLOOD IN MAY ​CAST AND DESIGN TEAM FEATURES POPULAR TWIN CITIES ARTISTS.  PERFORMANCES BEGIN MAY 4.            ...

Cost: $25

Where:
Mixed Blood Theatre
1501 South 4th Street
Minneapolis, MN  55454
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Sponsor: VimLab PR
Telephone: 161-222-98522
Contact Name: Natalie Auger
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Ci Ci has be wowing audiences throughout the Midwest for years with her comedic antics about love, hate and everything in between. One of the things she loves about comedy is seeing people laugh...

Cost: $20

Where:
Royal Comedy Theatre
809 Mainstreet
Hopkins, MN  55343
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Sponsor: Royal Comedy Theatre
Telephone: 612-666-0809
Contact Name: Mike Edlavitch
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Minneapolis museums house two iconic works of photorealism—Chuck Close’s huge self-portrait at the Walker and another of a guy named Frank at Mia. Countless strokes of acrylic paint...

Cost: Free

Where:
Minneapolis Institute of Art
2400 Third Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN  55404
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Website »

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The folk rock singer-songwriter Bob Dylan was born in Duluth, MN nearly 77 years ago -- and now, every year, the entire city celebrates his music and success with local...

Cost: Free, some events require a purchased ticket

Where:
Downtown Duluth and select locations in
Duluth, MN


Sponsor: Duluth Dylan Fest Committee
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Frank Loesser's celebrated musical comedy about rolling the dice and falling in love under the bright lights of Broadway is considered by many to be the perfect musical comedy. Set in a...

Cost: $30-$40

Where:
OLD LOG THEATRE
5185 Meadville Street
Excelsior, MN  55331
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Telephone: 952-474-5951
Contact Name: Maureen Kvam
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Frank Loesser's celebrated musical comedy about rolling the dice and falling in love under the bright lights of Broadway is considered by many to be the perfect musical comedy. Set in a...

Cost: $30-$40

Where:
OLD LOG THEATRE
5185 Meadville Street
Excelsior, MN  55331
View map »


Telephone: 952-474-5951
Contact Name: Maureen Kvam
Website »

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We’re sixty and we know it! Brave New Workshop is thrilled to kick off our 60th Anniversary season with a best-of show, featuring some of our funniest and relevant material from the recent (and...

Cost: $20-$34

Where:
Brave New Workshop
824 Hennepin Ave
Minneapolis, MN  55403
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Frank Loesser's celebrated musical comedy about rolling the dice and falling in love under the bright lights of Broadway is considered by many to be the perfect musical comedy. Set in a...

Cost: $30-$40

Where:
OLD LOG THEATRE
5185 Meadville Street
Excelsior, MN  55317
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Telephone: 952-474-5951
Contact Name: Maureen Kvam
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Minneapolis and representatives from Tours, France, a Minneapolis Sister City, are proud to present “The Americans in Tours: 1917-1919.” Thousands of Americans, including Minnesotans, were...

Cost: Free

Where:
Hennepin County Government Center
Hennepin Gallery A-level
300 South 6th St.
Minneapolis, MN   55487
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Sponsor: Minneapolis Sister Cities / Meet Minneapolis
Telephone: 612-767-8118
Contact Name: Kim Insley
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You've probably spent countless hours in front of a screen watching a hero save the world, solve a mystery, plan a prison break or repair a spaceship to return home. Now it's your turn! The Escape...

Cost: $34.99

Where:
Mall of America
300 East Broadway
Bloomington, MN  55425
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The Le Grand Du Nord bicycling event on Saturday, May 26, represents one of the most amazing gravel courses in the United States. This year Heck of the North productions will introduce a new...

Cost: FREE

Where:
Coast Guard Parking Lot
S., 315 Broadway
Grand Marais, MN  55604
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Sponsor: Visit Cook County
Telephone: 218-387-2788
Contact Name: Katie Krantz
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Allied Academies Ltd Conferences invites all the participants from all over the world to attend “10th World Congress on Dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease” Slated during May 25-26,2018 at New...

Cost: 99$

Where:
Hilton New York JFK Airport Hotel
144-02 135th Avenue | Jamaica, New York 11436 | USA
Jamaica, NY  11436
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Sponsor: Allied Academies
Telephone: 800-858-2189
Contact Name: jennifer morris
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, April 9 , 2018   Contact: Joseph Brown, 651.644.9200, raymondavegallery@me.com   The Raymond Avenue Gallery is pleased to announce its 2018 second quarter exhibition:...

Cost: free

Where:
Raymond Avenue Gallery
761 Raymond Avenue
Saint Paul, MN  55114
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Telephone: 651-644-9200
Contact Name: Joseph Brown
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Sawdust Savvy is Minnesota's ORIGINAL DIY studio located in downtown Stillwater. We invite you to come experience one of our 3 hour instructor led workshops where you will leave with a masterpiece...

Cost: $59-$99

Where:
Sawdust Savvy
324 S Main St
Suite 7
Stillwater, MN  55082
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Sponsor: Sawdust Savvy
Telephone: 651-705-6614
Contact Name: Annie or Lindsay
Website »

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On view from April 21 – July 15 at the American Swedish Institute Sculptor Kim Simonsson of Fiskars, Finland, crafts innocent, yet beguiling, life-sized figures of children and animals in...

Cost: Included in museum admission: $10 adults; $7 seniors 62+; $5 students; free for

Where:
American Swedish Institute
2600 Park Avenue
Minneapolis, MN  55407
View map »


Sponsor: American Swedish Institute
Contact Name: Emily
Website »

More information

May is the month to soak in ceramics in this region, and these three Midwestern artists represent a range of experience, technique, and firing methods. Denecke brings Japanese tradition and a...

Cost: Free and open to the public

Where:
Northern Clay Center
2424 Franklin Ave E
Minneapolis, MN  55406
View map »


Telephone: 161-233-98007
Contact Name: Northern Clay Center
Website »

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Art Along the Lake: Spring Gallery Tour highlights a collaboration of the different art galleries throughout Cook County. Six galleries will host different events Thursday, May 24 -Sunday, May...

Cost: FREE

Where:
Grand Marais Arts Colony
120 3rd Ave. W.
Grand Marais, MN  55604
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Sponsor: Visit Cook County
Telephone: 218-387-2737
Contact Name: Katie Krantz
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On view from April 21 – July 15 at the American Swedish Institute Sculptor Kim Simonsson of Fiskars, Finland, crafts innocent, yet beguiling, life-sized figures of children and animals in...

Cost: Included in museum admission: $10 adults; $7 seniors 62+; $5 students; free for

Where:
American Swedish Institute
2600 Park Avenue
Minneapolis, MN  55407
View map »


Sponsor: American Swedish Institute
Contact Name: Emily
Website »

More information

Kick off Spring Time and prep your garden at the Wedge's annual Plant Sale. Stop into our Lydnale South Parking lot green house for the cities best selection of plants from some of Minnesota's...

Cost: Free (plant prices vary)

Where:
Wedge Community Co-op
2105 Lyndale Ave So.
Minneapolis, MN  55405
View map »


Website »

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Come join us every Saturday from May-October 2018! Minnesota Brewery Running Series hosts a 5K at a different Minneapolis Brewery every weekend. All events include 5K-ish fun run, free beer, free...

Cost: 30

Where:
Minneapolis Breweries
, MN


Sponsor: Brewery Running Series
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We are the Minnesota Brewery Running Series and we run for beer! Join us at Finnegans Brew Co on Saturday, May 26th  @ 11AM for a 5k-ish course that starts and ends at Finnegans brand new...

Cost: $30

Where:
Finnegans Brew Co
501 8th St S
Minneapolis, MN  55404
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Sponsor: Minnesota Brewery Running Series
Contact Name: Megan Boyle
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Quick and decisive strokes fill Susan Horn’s canvas. She writes, “As I am painting, I am looking for a resonance – a rhythm that physically hits you like a deep chord. This is the sensation I...

Cost: Free

Where:
Groveland Gallery
25 Groveland Terrace
Minneapolis, MN  55403
View map »


Telephone: 612-207-7810
Website »

More information

For Dani Roach, painting is more than the art of representation, it is the art of storytelling. As poetry employs rhythm, Roach uses color and form to punctuate her compositions. The artist...

Cost: Free

Where:
Groveland Gallery
25 Groveland Terrace
Minneapolis, MN  55403
View map »


Telephone: 612-207-7810
Website »

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Things are getting hairy at Glensheen. For the month of May, two favorite Duluth attractions are teaming up, or should we say herding together?Every Saturday in May from 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm,...

Cost: Free w/ Tour

Where:
Glensheen Mansion
3300 London Road
Duluth, MN  55804
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Telephone: 218-726-8910

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1st Annual 'Move 4 Heroes' Fundraising Event for The Hero Habit FoundationThis year is our first annual event and we wanted to start with a BIG BANG by hosting a Wellness Fair, Zumba Dance-athon...

Cost: $0 - $75

Where:
TBD
SW Metro
Twin Cities, MN  55379
View map »


Sponsor: Hadassah Health
Telephone: 612-470-8828
Contact Name: Coach, Nicole Maggio
Website »

More information

Sawdust Savvy is Minnesota's ORIGINAL DIY studio located in downtown Stillwater. We invite you to come experience one of our 3 hour instructor led workshops where you will leave with a masterpiece...

Cost: $59-$99

Where:
Sawdust Savvy
324 S Main St
Suite 7
Stillwater, MN  55082
View map »


Sponsor: Sawdust Savvy
Telephone: 651-705-6614
Contact Name: Annie or Lindsay
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Location: Tek Box-2nd floor of Cowles Center The effects of inevitable events seem to hold us back from what we truly want to do. Twin City dance choreographers (and Nritya Kalakshetra) reflect on...

Cost: $22.00

Where:
The Cowles Center
528 Henepin Ave
Minneapolis , MN  55403
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Telephone: 612-735-7906
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Come help paint the Wright’s Lake Park Community Mural! The mural will be painted onto large sheets of canvas, which GoodSpace Murals will later adhere to a large wall across the street from...

Cost: Free

Where:
Throughout Bloomington, see description
Bloomington, MN


Sponsor: City of Bloomington and Artistry
Telephone: 952-563-8744
Contact Name: Alejandra Pelinka
Website »

More information

Night Art Gallery offers over 300+ original artworks from 30+ concurrent artist exhibitions where visitors can view many styles such as; traditional, abstract, mixed media, photography, pop culture...

Cost: $8.00

Where:
Night Art Gallery
12732 Lake Blvd
Lindstrom, MN  55045
View map »


Sponsor: Night Art Gallery
Telephone: 612-235-3646
Contact Name: Brad
Website »

More information

The historic Trout Air Fishing Experience at Running Aces Casino & Racetrack will open for the season on Saturday, May 5. The popular Trout Air Fishing Experience provides fishing enthusiasts with...

Cost: $10 per pound of Trout plus $2 Pole Rental and Bait

Where:
Running Aces Casino & Racetrack
15201 Running Aces Blvd
Columbus, MN  55025
View map »

More information

Disney's Newsies, the exciting musical that took Broadway by storm, is coming to Chanhassen Dinner Theatres! Inspired by the real-life Newsboys Strike of 1899 in New York City,...

Cost: $50-89

Where:
Chanhassen Dinner Theatres
501 W. 78th St.
Chanhassen, MN
View map »


Website »

More information

May 24th online family recreation class 1. Build Up Rather Than Tear Down 2. Engage in the Best Recreation 3.Balance Is Crucial 4. Time Together 5. Ideas for family recreation 6. Wholesome...

Cost: Adults $10.00 $2.00 for Children $25.00 group or family

Where:
google class
Minneapolis Minnesota
Minneapolis, MN  55111
View map »


Sponsor: google class
Telephone: 208-351-3407
Contact Name: dallin saurey
Website »

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A tale, told with music and humor, of a poor woman who receives a bag of gold from the gods and is torn in two as she tries to help all her struggling friends but take care of herself at the same...

Cost: $10-$30

Where:
St Paul's ELCA of Minneapolis
2742 15th Ave S
Minneapolis, MN  55407
View map »


Sponsor: Ten Thousand Things
Telephone: 612-203-9502
Website »

More information

WORLD PREMIERE OF BECK LEE’S DARK COMEDY “SUBPRIME” DEBUTS AT MIXED BLOOD IN MAY ​CAST AND DESIGN TEAM FEATURES POPULAR TWIN CITIES ARTISTS.  PERFORMANCES BEGIN MAY 4.            ...

Cost: $25

Where:
Mixed Blood Theatre
1501 South 4th Street
Minneapolis, MN  55454
View map »


Sponsor: VimLab PR
Telephone: 161-222-98522
Contact Name: Natalie Auger
Website »

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In this charming musical, quirky sixth-graders battle for the ultimate title: spelling champ of Putnam Valley Middle School! With each new word, the earnest combatants reveal their passions, fears...

Cost: $15-$35

Where:
Commonweal Theatre Co
208 Parkway Ave N
Lanesboro, MN  55949
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Sponsor: Commonweal Theatre Co.
Telephone: 800-657-7025
Website »

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A tale, told with music and humor, of a poor woman who receives a bag of gold from the gods and is torn in two as she tries to help all her struggling friends but take care of herself at the same...

Cost: $10-$30

Where:
Open Book
1011 Washington Ave S
Minneapolis, MN  55415
View map »


Sponsor: Ten Thousand Things
Telephone: 612-203-9502
Website »

More information

Ci Ci has be wowing audiences throughout the Midwest for years with her comedic antics about love, hate and everything in between. One of the things she loves about comedy is seeing people laugh...

Cost: $20

Where:
Royal Comedy Theatre
809 Mainstreet
Hopkins, MN  55343
View map »


Sponsor: Royal Comedy Theatre
Telephone: 612-666-0809
Contact Name: Mike Edlavitch
Website »

More information

The folk rock singer-songwriter Bob Dylan was born in Duluth, MN nearly 77 years ago -- and now, every year, the entire city celebrates his music and success with local...

Cost: Free, some events require a purchased ticket

Where:
Downtown Duluth and select locations in
Duluth, MN


Sponsor: Duluth Dylan Fest Committee
Website »

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Zoinks, the Vigilantease Collective is at it again! Come on down to Bryant-Lake Bowl for a really big show! Tune in to see us take on your favorite classic television shows and cartoons! That's...

Cost: $10

Where:
Bryant Lake Bowl & Theater
810 W. Lake Street
Minneapolis, MN  55408
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Sponsor: Sweet Soiree Events
Website »

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Frank Loesser's celebrated musical comedy about rolling the dice and falling in love under the bright lights of Broadway is considered by many to be the perfect musical comedy. Set in a...

Cost: $30-$40

Where:
OLD LOG THEATRE
5185 Meadville Street
Excelsior, MN  55331
View map »


Telephone: 952-474-5951
Contact Name: Maureen Kvam
Website »

More information

Minneapolis museums house two iconic works of photorealism—Chuck Close’s huge self-portrait at the Walker and another of a guy named Frank at Mia. Countless strokes of acrylic paint...

Cost: Free

Where:
Minneapolis Institute of Art
2400 Third Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN  55404
View map »


Website »

More information

We’re sixty and we know it! Brave New Workshop is thrilled to kick off our 60th Anniversary season with a best-of show, featuring some of our funniest and relevant material from the recent (and...

Cost: $20-$34

Where:
Brave New Workshop
824 Hennepin Ave
Minneapolis, MN  55403
View map »

More information

Frank Loesser's celebrated musical comedy about rolling the dice and falling in love under the bright lights of Broadway is considered by many to be the perfect musical comedy. Set in a...

Cost: $30-$40

Where:
OLD LOG THEATRE
5185 Meadville Street
Excelsior, MN  55331
View map »


Telephone: 952-474-5951
Contact Name: Maureen Kvam
Website »

More information

Frank Loesser's celebrated musical comedy about rolling the dice and falling in love under the bright lights of Broadway is considered by many to be the perfect musical comedy. Set in a...

Cost: $30-$40

Where:
OLD LOG THEATRE
5185 Meadville Street
Excelsior, MN  55317
View map »


Telephone: 952-474-5951
Contact Name: Maureen Kvam
Website »

More information

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