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Best of the Cities

The spiciest curry, the stiffest drink, the greenest dry cleaner, the hippest adult entertainment (it’s not what you think), and the movers and shakers who make the Twin Cities a better—and more interesting—place to live. They’re all right here, in our annual best-of-the-best guide.



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FOOD

Takeout

Life is hard. But when the jerk your sister brought home steals the knobs from your stove for scrap metal, it’s good to know Lucia Watson has your back. With Lucia’s Take-Home salads, like just-from-the-farm arugula tossed with white beans dressed in a zesty, rosemary-touched vinaigrette. Of course, man doesn’t live on greens alone. There must be an entrée, like strawberry-colored, rare-roasted Creekstone farms beef tenderloin, served cold with a green peppercorn aioli on the side. That’s takeout! Round out your shopping bag with a loaf of Lucia’s famous cracked wheat bread, a minted fruit salad, and a classic dessert, such as the Budapest Bundt cake, and you’re eating like a customer in a five-star restaurant—except you can do it while surfing the Internet looking for new knobs for your stove. 1432 W. 31st St., Minneapolis, 612-825-1572, lucias.com
 

New Restaurant

Have you wondered why you can never get into Heidi’s, the south Minneapolis restaurant by star chef Stewart Woodman and his wife, Heidi? After all, the restaurant has been open for almost a year, and you’d think the opening buzz would have died down. Well, the opening buzz has died down, but all those first-timers have been replaced by a whole lot of regulars with standing reservations, people who tell Heidi: “We’ll be here every Thursday at 6:30, table 34, in perpetuity.” It’s turning into something like the legendary Rao’s in New York—and you can’t compete with that. But you’ve got to hand it to Woodman. He said he would be happy with nothing but a 10-burner stove and a touchy oven, and he has been, as he sends out dishes like a $13 entrée of cherry tomato “lasagna” with creamed spinach and “Parmesan air,” or sautéed Australian sea bass with parsley purée, sweet parsnips, and creamy mussel foam. Plan well and you’ll get in, and when you do, you’ll experience one of the best restaurants Minnesota has ever had: cozy as a jewel box, tasty as a fantasy. 819 W. 50th St., Minneapolis, 612-354-3512, heidismpls.com
 

Butcher Shop

Walk into Clancey’s these days and you’re likely to find a sous chef from Solera behind the counter offering tastes of his latest creations: pork paté with apricots and pine nuts, a duck rillettes paté, a simple chicken liver paté, or a pork paté with herbes de Provence. That’s a lot of paté for a butcher shop, but that’s what’s happening here. Clancey’s became popular because all the meat is locally sourced, but now the place has become something of a hot spot for young chefs looking to understand butchery. As they work, they come up with all kinds of good ideas: trendy fennel pollen bratwurst; skirt steaks pre-dressed with a restaurant-worthy spice rub of coffee, cinnamon, and ancho chili pepper; take-and-grill burgers made with gouda and ground bacon. Clancey’s is not just a butcher shop anymore. It’s a professional, four-star restaurant kitchen—where you get to be the head chef. 4307 Upton Ave. S., Minneapolis, 612-926-0222
 

Gourmet Market

A lot of critics carped when Midtown Global Market opened: There’s nowhere to buy olive oil! There’s nowhere to buy bread! There’s still nowhere in Minnesota to shop like you can in Paris! Or at least Seattle! That was then. The MGM has changed mightily: First, there were the expansions. Farm in the Market, a wonderful source of local, restaurant-caliber pork, beef, fresh chicken, eggs, and dairy expanded, and now provides one of the greatest selections of local artisan cheeses you can find in the state. The Produce Exchange expanded to offer more fruits and vegetables than ever before. Jakeeno’s also substantially expanded, and now offers a whole world of imported Italian cheeses, olive oils, breads, pasta, olives, salami, prosciutto, and other charcuterie. The final big expansion was the Holy Land, which now has a large butcher shop stocked with things like whole legs of lamb, and special house-made seasoned lamb shish kabobs. Finally, this summer saw the arrival of the Salty Tart. Opened by Michelle Gayer, the current pastry chef for restaurants La Belle Vie and Solera, this bakery offers showpiece desserts like a cherry almond tart shaped like a flower, simple treats like vanilla bean cupcakes, and fresh baked bread. Lake Street and 10th Ave., Minneapolis, 612-872-4041, midtownglobalmarket.org
 

Vietnamese

It took a bit for Jasmine 26, the chic and stylish little sister of the beloved Eat Street noodle shop Jasmine Deli, to hit its stride. Now that it has, the Twin Cities should rejoice. Where to start? How about with an alcoholic bubble tea, the little tapioca pearls zoom up your straw, taking some of their high-octane green-tea cocktail with them: It’s sweet, it’s silly, and it’s grassy in that green-tea way. How fun. On to the food: The flash-fried tofu cubes are half potato-chip crisp, half custard creamy, and completely devourable. The tamarind hot pot is gloriously tangy, and the lettuce rolls are sprightly, light, and delicious. Spend a few evenings here and suddenly you’ll realize: This is a Vietnamese restaurant; everything else is just a noodle shop. Jasmine 26, 8 E. 26th St., Minneapolis, 612-870-3800, jasmine26.net

Business Lunch

Chef Jack Riebel is probably the most underrated cook in town. He shouldn’t be. He came from a glittering background, including longtime stints at Goodfellow’s and La Belle Vie before taking over the Dakota Jazz Club & Restaurant several years ago. Ever since, he has been crafting a menu of impeccably sourced local and sustainable foods prepared with lively flair: His lunch offering one day of a Caribbean take on American non-dragnet harvested shrimp was extraordinary—perfectly grilled lobster-sweet shrimp paired with a local sweet corn relish, all of it given sharp counterpoint by a fiery coconut cream sauce. And his Cobb-salad burger is nine kinds of perfect. If the food wasn’t draw enough—and it is—the Dakota is on the skyway, it’s priced to be competitive, the service staff is professional and quick, and the menu has a something-for-everyone friendliness. 1010 Nicollet Mall, Minneapolis, 612-332-1010, dakotacooks.com
 

Brunch

At night at Café Maude, the must-order dish is the house-cut fries with cheese fondue. If you sit in the back, you can watch orders of the golden-brown beauties fly through the kitchen doors. So here’s some hot news: You don’t have to wait for the sun to go down to get these spud-made gems. You can get them at Café Maude’s estimable brunch. Served Tuesday to Friday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., and weekends from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Café Maude’s brunch has more than just those potatoes. It has another killer potato application: fried, crispy discs of new potatoes served with chives and grated Parmesan. There’s also a guaranteed hangover killer: chorizo crumbles sautéed with scallions, then piled onto potatoes with a fried egg as a sort of deconstructed hash. Add a Bloody Mary, a strawberry-spiked Tom Collins, or a non-alcoholic ginger mojito and you’ve got a brunch to make your hard-fought week seem well worth it. If potatoes six ways are not your bag, know that Maude has healthy offerings, too, like steel-cut oatmeal or salads. Of course, if you know buzzy, sexy Café Maude, you know you’re probably going to wait to get in. But let’s look for the silver lining: Bring a newspaper and time will soon see you both well-informed and well-fed. 5411 Penn Ave. S., Minneapolis, 612-822-5411, cafemaude.com
 

Thai

The phrase “á la minute” in cooking refers to the practice of making things at the last second, usually because to make the food in question any earlier would lead to a degradation of flavor. Of course, cooking á la minute is a hassle, which is why so many restaurants don’t really cook á la minute. They boil noodles in advance, chop cilantro in the afternoon, and so on. Not so at Naviya’s Thai Kitchen, the unlikely Thai restaurant next to the water tower in Richfield that uses every possible last minute technique. The result: Herbs in the Thai grilled-beef salad (Yum Nue) dance in their dressing of just-squeezed lime juice as if they were plucked from the garden moments ago; or a pad Thai that’s a beauty of buoyant, just-cooked noodles, earthy, fresh-toasted peanuts and lots of fresh lime juice. If you’ve got a minute, this á la minute kitchen will win your heart. 6345 Penn Ave. S., Richfield, 612-861-2491, naviyasthaikitchen.biz
 

French Restaurant

A French brasserie is a restaurant with rules, much like a sonnet is a poem with rules. There must be raw oysters, there must be sparkling glasses of French wine to wash down said oysters. There must be brasserie classics like pork rillettes, steak au poivre, choucroute garnie, and profiteroles. There must be bustle and hustle and big-city style. St. Paul’s Meritage has all of this and more. Like proudly Midwestern farm-driven offerings such as bright-green new-pea pancakes, Wisconsin rabbit with spring vegetables, and Iowa lamb. Like waiters who are good, busy, friendly, efficient—but never too cozy. Chef and owner Russell Klein is proud of his restaurant’s connection to those French rules: “One of the things I love about working in a brasserie is the connection as a chef you have to the past,” he says. “When I look at the French restaurants I worked at in New York, like La Caravelle, I can trace my culinary lineage all the way to Escoffier.” 410 St. Peter St., St. Paul, 651-222-5670, meritage-stpaul.com

Dining Experience

La Belle Vie has been the best restaurant in Minneapolis for a few years now, which leads a lot of people to assume that there isn’t anything new about it, or that they can ignore the place, since they’ve already been. Actually, those assumptions are untrue. If anything, La Belle Vie is now better than it was when it opened. It has a senior team of employees who have been working there so long that they’re doing what they do in a sort of elemental, effortless, utterly confident way. Consider Mark Roberts, for instance, who is arguably the best server in the Twin Cities. He greets each table with a manner half suave, half getting-things-done, with a deep knowledge of everything on the menu, and everyone in the room. Brett Stickerz, the man who brings each dish to the table and announces its ingredients, has, over time, evolved a unique style: He combines a sort of “let’s get ready to rumble” enunciation with a just-the-facts brevity, which allows for the least possible amount of interruption to a diner’s conversation. Recognizing that people in La Belle Vie’s main room have come to do some serious dining, sommelier Bill Summerville has introduced a “sommelier’s wine flight,” which, though only $15 more than the ordinary wine flight, brings in a wealth of rarities such as micro-estate champagne. It also introduces some historically driven pairings that most diners would never think to try on their own, such as dry Amontillado sherry paired with a Spanish-inspired soup of clams, chorizo foam, and white asparagus garnished with smoked char roe. Of course, the professionalism on display in the front of the house would mean little if the food didn’t dazzle. It does. A recent visit revealed, on the tasting menu, a poussin quarter with skin as crisp as a potato chip and meat as tender as flan, combined with an eggplant purée as silky as satin mist—the meat and silk of the main ingredients giving counterpoint and strength by smoky cubes of house-cured pork belly and bitter broccoli raab. It was a composition in perfect balance, with each element staking out a far point equal in opposition to its counterpoint, like some kind of star. Although the guiding force at La Belle Vie has always been chef and owner Tim McKee, the person leading the kitchen most of the time these days is Mike DeCamp, whom everyone calls “Young Chef.” Young Chef’s style tends to present McKee’s dishes in a slightly more understated way than McKee does, which makes the food feel more comfortable and tilts the experience a little more toward the diner, where it should be. A lot of people tend to think that restaurants are eternal things, like rock monuments: They open, and forever so they shall be. Nothing could be farther from the truth. They’re actually more like sports teams, made up of people with various strengths and weaknesses. They have high points, good seasons, periods about which one can look back in retrospect and say: That was when it was at its best. You should have been there. That is the moment La Belle Vie is having now. 510 Groveland Ave., Minneapolis, 612-874-6440, labellevie.us
 


Chocolate

COCOA BEANS THAT DON'T GROW HERE, BUT THAT DOESN'T PREVENT A THRIVING CHOCOLATE SCENE

Chocolate Bar

Colin Gasko of Rogue Chocolatier is one of a handful of independent chocolate manufacturers in the United States. He sources beans from places such as Madagascar and the Dominican Republic, and, using machines he has either made from scratch or modified from their original purpose, he turns them into single-estate chocolate bars that have as much character as fine wines. Available at Surdyk’s

Chocolate Truffles

Turning chocolate into truffles is a real skill, and no one understands artful exteriors and flavorful interiors like BT McElrath, a former chef at the New French Café whose truffle assortment offers an astonishing array of sophisticated flavors. The passion-fruit truffle is tart and bright, the kaffir lime is dusky and haunting, and the chile-limon is like a firework, all sizzle and charm. Available at Kowalski’s
 

Chocolate Cookie

A chocolate cookie for dark-chocolate lovers, the dark-as-night “Bittersweet” cookie from Rustica Bakery is made with lots of deep dark French cocoa and chocolate-bar worthy chocolate chips. It’s as potent as coffee, and more chocolatey than a brownie. Tuck one into your sweetheart’s lunch box and they’ll know you love them. 816 W. 46th St., Minneapolis, 612-822-1119, rusticabakery.com
 

Chocolate Sauce

Good chocolate sauce is one of the most brilliant things you can keep in your pantry—it turns even orange slices into dessert. River Chocolate Company makes what may be the country’s best, combining chocolates from Venezuela, Belgium, and lots of other places with premium ingredients, such as Vietnamese cinnamon and organic Wisconsin cream. Available at Whole Foods
 


Curry

HOT, SPICY, TART, AND TANGY—THE MOST UNIQUE AND AUTHENTIC VERSIONS IN TOWN

Rendang

Rendang is a dry curry made with belacan, a Malaysian shrimp paste that gives a winey, unidentifiable depth to meat. Try the beef rendang at Peninsula Malaysian and you’ll receive a plate of beef cubes that look a little like they’ve been dipped in sauce and left to dry, each one is tender and echoes with potent, jerky-like depths. 2608 Nicollet Ave. S., Minneapolis, 612-871-8282, peninsulamalaysiancuisine.com
 

Caribbean

Harry Singh descends from Indians who settled on the island of Trinidad, and both his lamb curry and his chickpea and potato curry are weighty, savory complexities that echo with Caribbean influences. Try the roti dhalpouri, which is served in pigeon-pea stuffed flatbread. Add a little hot sauce and a little cooling anchar, and you’ve got a meal that changes with every bite. 2653 Nicollet Ave. S., Minneapolis, 612-729-6181, harrysinghs.com
 

Laksa

Laksa is a sort of curry soup that reflects the unique trade-route-crossroad that is Singapore. At Satay at 2 Go, it incorporates turmeric, from India, lemongrass (popular in southeast Asia), Malaysian coconut milk, and many more elements into a whole that is so vibrantly perfumed, so graceful, so yummy that you’ll want to guzzle your takeout soup straight from the container. 6670 150th St. W., Apple Valley, 952-891-8551, satay2go.com
 

Vegetarian

One secret to judging the quality of Indian curries: Can you see any whole mustard seeds? Good Indian cooks often cook whole mustard seeds in a bit of oil as they begin a dish, just as Western cooks sauté a bit of garlic. You see plenty of mustard seeds in Bombay 2 Go’s painstakingly handmade, vibrantly flavored, and unbelieveably cheap vegetable curries. 840 Central Ave. NE, Minneapolis, 612-788-4571, bombay2deli.com

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July 2015

Speed Horse Expo is coming to the MN State Fairground July 23-26th with FREE admission! Over 100 vendors! Come watch the best barrel racers in the Midwest compete for over $100,000 dollars in prize...

Cost: Professional Bull Riding $15 12+, $8 Kids in advance

Where:
Lee & Rose Warner Coliseum MN State Fairgrounds
1265 Snelling Ave
St. Paul, MN  55108
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The Scott County Fair has something for everyone! • Miracle of Birth Center and exhibits • World-class draft horse show • Motocross & tractor pull • Bigger carnival...

Cost: $10 per vehicle, $5 per motorcycle

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Scott County Fairgrounds
7151 W. 190th St.
Jordan, MN  55352
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Rib lovers rejoice! A major new special event is coming this summer to the Minneapolis area. The Great Midwest Rib Fest will feature ten of the country’s top-rib cookers, an art...

Cost: Free

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Textile Center
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Cost: $10-15

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Dead Broke Arena
5676 170th St N
Hugo, MN  55038
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Red Hot Art & Music Festival will be marking its 14th year of showcasing local artists and musicians July 25th and 26th in historic Stevens Square Park. Presented by Stevens Square...

Cost: Free

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Stevens Square Park
1801 Stevens Ave
Minneapolis , MN  55403
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Let’s get started! Learn how to brew with the knowledgeable staff in a small group environment. You’ll brew a batch of beer so you can visually see the process from beginning to end....

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Northern Brewer
6021 Lyndale Ave S
Minneapolis, MN  55419
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The Minnesota State Council on Disability (MSCOD) and the disability community are celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the signing of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The...

Cost: Free

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Minnesota History Center
345 W. Kellogg Blvd.
St. Paul, MN  55102
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July 25 & 26th, 1 p.m. - 4 p.m. July 29 & 30th, 4 p.m. - 8 p.m. Scratch a design into the vessel that will produce your own cast iron sculpture. Each summer Iron Artists from...

Cost: Fees for sand mold: $30/small, $45/medium, $75/large

Where:
Franconia Sculpture Park
29836 St. Croix Trail
Shafer, MN  55074
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This summer, MCBA is increasing its reach with its 4th Biennial celebration inviting artists, educators, curators, and scholars from the area, nation, and world — as well as the...

Cost: See website for details.

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1011 S Washington Ave
Minneapolis, MN  55415
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Cost: $25 with discounts for MPR members, students, seniors, group, fringe buttons

Where:
Park Square Theatre
20 West Seventh Place
Historic Hamm Building
St. Paul, MN  55102
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Cost: $5

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1105 Washington Ave S
Minneapolis, MN  55415
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Minnesota Pottery Festival
17614 240th St.
Hutchinson, MN  55350
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Erik's Retreat
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Erik's Retreat
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Edina, MN  55435
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Cost: Free

Where:
Textile Center
3000 University Ave SE
Minneapolis, MN  55414
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Sponsor: Textile Center
Telephone: 612-436-0464
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The St. Catherine Choral Society invites area singers to audition for membership in preparation for their 2015 – 2016 season.  Auditions will be held at St. Catherine University,...

Cost: Free

Where:
St. Catherine University
2004 Randolph Ave.
Saint Paul, MN  55105
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The Canvas Health Golf Classic has everything you need for a great day of golf: lunch, a cart, challenging contests, a fantastic silent auction, a delicious dinner, and an important cause! Gather...

Cost: $75

Where:
Dellwood Country Club
29 East Highway 96
Dellwood, MN  55110
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Summer Group Show 2015 Featuring the artists of the Kolman & Pryor Gallery: Betsy Ruth Byers: Painting Kate Casanova: Mixed Media and Sculpture Jim Dryden: Painting Jil Evans: Painting...

Cost: Free

Where:
Kolman & Pryor Gallery
Studio 395, Northrup King Building
1500 Jackson St. NE
Minneapolis, MN  55413
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Sponsor: Kolman & Pryor Gallery
Telephone: 612-385-4239
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Cost: FREE

Where:
The Shoppes Central Courtyard
I-94/I-694 at Hemlock Lane
Maple Grove, MN
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Wildwood Park boomed on the southwest shore of White Bear Lake during the first part of the twentieth century. Join us as we set the scene with images and stories from the park’s...

Cost: Free

Where:
Ramsey County Library-White Bear Lake
2150 - 2nd Street
White Bear Lake, MN  55110
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Sponsor: White Bear Lake Area Historical Society
Telephone: 651-407-5327
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The Upstage Players are excited to present Disney and Cameron Mackinstosh's Mary Poppins (presented through special arrangement with Musical Theatre International). July 24, 25,...

Cost: $10 adults, $8 seniors, $8 children (1-18)

Where:
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415 S. Main St.
Upsala, MN  56384
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Prepare for an extreme camp experience! Campers will spend mornings riding Segways, playing relay games and learning safety skills and techniques. In the afternoon, campers will get to cool off and...

Cost: varies

Where:
Erik's Retreat
3420 Heritage Drive
Edina, MN  55435
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Sponsor: Erik's Ranch & Retreats
Telephone: 612-401-3080
Website »

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Opening Reception with the Artist: Thursday, August 16, 6 - 8 pm St. Croix Valley-based fiber artist Mary Giles works with metal and linen to create organic sculptural forms evocative of...

Cost: Free

Where:
Textile Center
3000 University Ave SE
Minneapolis, MN  55414
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Sponsor: Textile Center
Telephone: 612-436-0464
Contact Name: Jenny Jones
Website »

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The St. Catherine Choral Society invites area singers to audition for membership in preparation for their 2015 – 2016 season.  Auditions will be held at St. Catherine University,...

Cost: Free

Where:
St. Catherine University
2004 Randolph Ave.
Saint Paul, MN  55105
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Summer Group Show 2015 Featuring the artists of the Kolman & Pryor Gallery: Betsy Ruth Byers: Painting Kate Casanova: Mixed Media and Sculpture Jim Dryden: Painting Jil Evans: Painting...

Cost: Free

Where:
Kolman & Pryor Gallery
Studio 395, Northrup King Building
1500 Jackson St. NE
Minneapolis, MN  55413
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Sponsor: Kolman & Pryor Gallery
Telephone: 612-385-4239
Contact Name: Anita Sue Kolman
Website »

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Summer Faire Announces Its 2015 Season! The Shoppes at Arbor Lakes’ popular summer concert series is back- better than ever! Don’t miss FREE live music from talented local...

Cost: FREE

Where:
The Shoppes Central Courtyard
I-94/I-694 at Hemlock Lane
Maple Grove, MN
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Sponsor: The Shoppes
Telephone: 763-488-9965
Contact Name:
Website »

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Don’t just ride, Bike MS. Experience this fully supported, three- or five-day cycling vacation in northern Minnesota with festive overnights and activities along the route. For more...

Cost: ---

Where:
Proctor, MN


Sponsor: National MS Society
Telephone: 855-372-1331
Contact Name: Bike MS Team, National MS Society
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Kinky Boots is the exhilarating Broadway musical that will lift your spirits to new high-heeled heights! Winner of six Tony Awards including Best Musical, this inspirational story follows a...

Cost: $49.00 - $109.00

Where:
Orpheum Theatre
910 Hennepin Avenue
Minneapolis, MN  55403
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Sponsor: Hennepin Theatre Trust
Telephone: 612.339.7007
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Prepare for an extreme camp experience! Campers will spend mornings riding Segways, playing relay games and learning safety skills and techniques. In the afternoon, campers will get to cool off and...

Cost: varies

Where:
Erik's Retreat
3420 Heritage Drive
Edina, MN  55435
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Sponsor: Erik's Ranch & Retreats
Telephone: 612-401-3080
Website »

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Is your child a budding geologist, an animal lover or the next Picasso? Our exploratory day camp features a week of exciting activities including a visit to the Enchanted Rock Garden, spending time...

Cost: varies

Where:
Erik's Retreat
3420 Heritage Drive
Edina, MN  55435
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Sponsor: Erik's Ranch & Retreats
Telephone: 612-401-3080
Website »

More information

Opening Reception with the Artist: Thursday, August 16, 6 - 8 pm St. Croix Valley-based fiber artist Mary Giles works with metal and linen to create organic sculptural forms evocative of...

Cost: Free

Where:
Textile Center
3000 University Ave SE
Minneapolis, MN  55414
View map »


Sponsor: Textile Center
Telephone: 612-436-0464
Contact Name: Jenny Jones
Website »

More information

The St. Catherine Choral Society invites area singers to audition for membership in preparation for their 2015 – 2016 season.  Auditions will be held at St. Catherine University,...

Cost: Free

Where:
St. Catherine University
2004 Randolph Ave.
Saint Paul, MN  55105
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Bring your lunch and learn more about the opportunities to live, learn, and work with a community overseas through Peace Corps service. Peace Corps is a federal agency which provides U.S....

Cost: Free

Where:
Lake Calhoun Thomas Beach
3700 Thomas Ave S
Minneapolis, MN  55410
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Sponsor: Peace Corps
Telephone: 651.233.9605
Contact Name: Krista M. Mastel
Website »

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Summer Group Show 2015 Featuring the artists of the Kolman & Pryor Gallery: Betsy Ruth Byers: Painting Kate Casanova: Mixed Media and Sculpture Jim Dryden: Painting Jil Evans: Painting...

Cost: Free

Where:
Kolman & Pryor Gallery
Studio 395, Northrup King Building
1500 Jackson St. NE
Minneapolis, MN  55413
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Sponsor: Kolman & Pryor Gallery
Telephone: 612-385-4239
Contact Name: Anita Sue Kolman
Website »

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July 25 & 26th, 1 p.m. - 4 p.m. July 29 & 30th, 4 p.m. - 8 p.m. Scratch a design into the vessel that will produce your own cast iron sculpture. Each summer Iron Artists from...

Cost: Fees for sand mold: $30/small, $45/medium, $75/large

Where:
Franconia Sculpture Park
29836 St. Croix Trail
Shafer, MN  55074
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Sponsor: Franconia Sculpture Park
Telephone: 651-257-6668
Website »

More information

Summer Faire Announces Its 2015 Season! The Shoppes at Arbor Lakes’ popular summer concert series is back- better than ever! Don’t miss FREE live music from talented local...

Cost: FREE

Where:
The Shoppes Central Courtyard
I-94/I-694 at Hemlock Lane
Maple Grove, MN
View map »


Sponsor: The Shoppes
Telephone: 763-488-9965
Contact Name:
Website »

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Glensheen is excited to again offer this free concert series in the summer of 2015. Every Wednesday night in July, local musicians play in Duluth’s most unique location: right on a pier over...

Cost: Free

Where:
Glensheen, the Historic Congdon Estate
3300 London Road
Duluth, MN  55804
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Sponsor: US Bank
Telephone: 218-726-8910
Contact Name: Jane Pederson
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Ensemble Dal Niente presents new music by 113 composers Joey Crane, Jason Cress, Michael Duffy, Sam Krahn, and Tiffany M. Skidmore. Performed by Amanda DeBoer Bartlett, Ammie Brod, Andrew Nogal,...

Cost: $10 suggested donation

Where:
Studio Z
275 E. 4th Street, Suite 200
St. Paul, MN  55101
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Sponsor: Studio Z
Telephone: 651-755-1600
Website »

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Is your child a budding geologist, an animal lover or the next Picasso? Our exploratory day camp features a week of exciting activities including a visit to the Enchanted Rock Garden, spending time...

Cost: varies

Where:
Erik's Retreat
3420 Heritage Drive
Edina, MN  55435
View map »


Sponsor: Erik's Ranch & Retreats
Telephone: 612-401-3080
Website »

More information

Prepare for an extreme camp experience! Campers will spend mornings riding Segways, playing relay games and learning safety skills and techniques. In the afternoon, campers will get to cool off and...

Cost: varies

Where:
Erik's Retreat
3420 Heritage Drive
Edina, MN  55435
View map »


Sponsor: Erik's Ranch & Retreats
Telephone: 612-401-3080
Website »

More information

Opening Reception with the Artist: Thursday, August 16, 6 - 8 pm St. Croix Valley-based fiber artist Mary Giles works with metal and linen to create organic sculptural forms evocative of...

Cost: Free

Where:
Textile Center
3000 University Ave SE
Minneapolis, MN  55414
View map »


Sponsor: Textile Center
Telephone: 612-436-0464
Contact Name: Jenny Jones
Website »

More information

A national marketing research firm seeks Men and Women, ages 18+, for an upcoming Paid Focus Group on Shopping. This study will take place the week of July 27th at various times in Minneapolis....

Cost: Free

Where:
, MN


Sponsor: Focus Pointe Global

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The St. Catherine Choral Society invites area singers to audition for membership in preparation for their 2015 – 2016 season.  Auditions will be held at St. Catherine University,...

Cost: Free

Where:
St. Catherine University
2004 Randolph Ave.
Saint Paul, MN  55105
View map »

More information

Summer Group Show 2015 Featuring the artists of the Kolman & Pryor Gallery: Betsy Ruth Byers: Painting Kate Casanova: Mixed Media and Sculpture Jim Dryden: Painting Jil Evans: Painting...

Cost: Free

Where:
Kolman & Pryor Gallery
Studio 395, Northrup King Building
1500 Jackson St. NE
Minneapolis, MN  55413
View map »


Sponsor: Kolman & Pryor Gallery
Telephone: 612-385-4239
Contact Name: Anita Sue Kolman
Website »

More information

July 25 & 26th, 1 p.m. - 4 p.m. July 29 & 30th, 4 p.m. - 8 p.m. Scratch a design into the vessel that will produce your own cast iron sculpture. Each summer Iron Artists from...

Cost: Fees for sand mold: $30/small, $45/medium, $75/large

Where:
Franconia Sculpture Park
29836 St. Croix Trail
Shafer, MN  55074
View map »


Sponsor: Franconia Sculpture Park
Telephone: 651-257-6668
Website »

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The tool set for communicating with your customers has changed for the better. Social media plays a large role in customer service, sales, and marketing – and it is growing faster than any...

Cost: Free

Where:
Checkerboard Strategic Web Development, Inc.
350 W Burnsville Parkway
Suite 350
Burnsville, MN  55337
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Minnesota Fringe Festival is proud to present our 174 acts, performed by both local and international touring artists. Our artists perform at 11 different theaters and 9 site-specific locations....

Cost: $14/single ticket + one-time purchase of a $4 Fringe button

Where:
, MN

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Summer Faire Announces Its 2015 Season! The Shoppes at Arbor Lakes’ popular summer concert series is back- better than ever! Don’t miss FREE live music from talented local...

Cost: FREE

Where:
The Shoppes Central Courtyard
I-94/I-694 at Hemlock Lane
Maple Grove, MN
View map »


Sponsor: The Shoppes
Telephone: 763-488-9965
Contact Name:
Website »

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Bollywood Dance Scene, creators of 2014's best selling MN Fringe show, return with a bigger, bolder Bollywood dance drama of original storytelling and choreography. Packed with exciting...

Cost: $14 with a $4 Fringe button

Where:
Rarig Proscenium Theater
330 21st Ave South, Second Floor
Minneapolis, MN  55455
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Sponsor: Bollywood Dance Scene
Telephone: 612-782-9836
Contact Name: Carillon RoseMeadows
Website »

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All Originals Jazz Series presents dā-kə-bro̵̅o̅-dā: Kevin Daley, guitar; Dave Brattain, saxophones; "Pooch" Heinie, bass; Dave Stanoch, drums. All Originals is a weekly jazz...

Cost: $10

Where:
Studio Z
275 E. 4th Street, Suite 200
St. Paul, MN  55101
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Sponsor: Studio Z
Telephone: 651-755-1600
Website »

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Opening Reception with the Artist: Thursday, August 16, 6 - 8 pm St. Croix Valley-based fiber artist Mary Giles works with metal and linen to create organic sculptural forms evocative of...

Cost: Free

Where:
Textile Center
3000 University Ave SE
Minneapolis, MN  55414
View map »


Sponsor: Textile Center
Telephone: 612-436-0464
Contact Name: Jenny Jones
Website »

More information

The St. Catherine Choral Society invites area singers to audition for membership in preparation for their 2015 – 2016 season.  Auditions will be held at St. Catherine University,...

Cost: Free

Where:
St. Catherine University
2004 Randolph Ave.
Saint Paul, MN  55105
View map »

More information

Summer Group Show 2015 Featuring the artists of the Kolman & Pryor Gallery: Betsy Ruth Byers: Painting Kate Casanova: Mixed Media and Sculpture Jim Dryden: Painting Jil Evans: Painting...

Cost: Free

Where:
Kolman & Pryor Gallery
Studio 395, Northrup King Building
1500 Jackson St. NE
Minneapolis, MN  55413
View map »


Sponsor: Kolman & Pryor Gallery
Telephone: 612-385-4239
Contact Name: Anita Sue Kolman
Website »

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THE SUMMER SLAUGHTER TOUR 2015 Skyway Theatre: ARCH ENEMY BORN OF OSIRIS VEIL OF MAYA THE ACACIA STRAIN OBSCURA AFTER THE BURIAL CATTLE DECAPITATION BEYOND CREATION  IMMORALIS...

Cost: $25

Where:
Skyway Theatre
, MN

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Come join the battle July 31-August 2! Somerset Amphitheater will host the Border Battle Weekend on its newly improved festival grounds. The event is an extension of the popular Border...

Cost: $20-$35

Where:
Somerset Amphitheater
715 Spring Street
Somerset, WI  54025
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Website »

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Summer at the Civic: Free Friday Concerts Patio and Grill open at 4pm, Happy Hour 4 – 6pm, Music at 5:30 – 9pm Free admission.  Rain or shine. Fresh food & cold drinks....

Cost: Free

Where:
Rochester Civic Theatre
20 Civic Center Dr. SE
Rochester, MN  55904
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Sponsor: 507 Magazine
Website »

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Minnesota Fringe Festival is proud to present our 174 acts, performed by both local and international touring artists. Our artists perform at 11 different theaters and 9 site-specific locations....

Cost: $14/single ticket + one-time purchase of a $4 Fringe button

Where:
, MN

More information

Summer Faire Announces Its 2015 Season! The Shoppes at Arbor Lakes’ popular summer concert series is back- better than ever! Don’t miss FREE live music from talented local...

Cost: FREE

Where:
The Shoppes Central Courtyard
I-94/I-694 at Hemlock Lane
Maple Grove, MN
View map »


Sponsor: The Shoppes
Telephone: 763-488-9965
Contact Name:
Website »

More information

Join love-struck Aladdin on a treacherous journey to find a lamp like no other.  Jewels come to life in a deadly display of balanced precision, a whirlwind of demonic Jinns practice their...

Cost: $15.00 - $40.00 on sale Monday, June 29

Where:
Circus Juventas Big Top
1270 Montreal Ave.
St. Paul, MN  55116
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Sponsor: Circus Juventas
Telephone: 651-699-8229
Website »

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Princeton Speedway is a 1/4 mile clay banked oval located in Princeton, Minnesota inside the Mille Lacs County Fairgrounds. The dirt flies here on Friday nights throughout the summer months. On...

Cost: prices are adults $12, Senior and military are $10, and 7-17 year olds are $5

Where:
Princeton Speedway
1400 3rd St. N
Princeton, MN
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Hydrive Shows and Skyway Theatre present: BOOMBOX CARTEL ARYAY MicDaddy Rare Kandy THE BOYS ARE BACK IN TOWN Friday, July 31st The Loft @ Skyway Theatre 9pm 18+ $15...

Cost: $15

Where:
The Loft @ Skyway Theatre
711 Hennepin Avenue
Minneapolis, MN  55403
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Telephone: 612-333-6100
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Death can be scary. So can clowns. But what if they weren't? Clown siblings Victoria, Frank, and Mango mourn the loss of their mother by daring to find joy. It’s OK to laugh at this...

Cost: $14

Where:
Illusion Theater
528 Hennepin Ave, 8th Floor
Minneapolis, MN  55403
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Stop in to Day Block Brewing on Friday July 31st for an evening of live music from local artists Fairfax, AK and Bre Lewis Band.  Music starts at 10pm and there will be a $5 cover charge.

Cost: $5

Where:
Day Block Brewing
1105 Washington Ave S
Minneapolis, MN  55415
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Enjoy this unique riding experience on the Mesabi Trail, NE Minnesota's premier paved bicycle trail. The tour is designed for serious riders and families alike, choose from four different...

Cost: $45 individuals / $90 families (kids ride FREE)

Where:
Mesabi Trail - Coleraine to Eveleth
P.O. Box 139
Virginia , MN  55792
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Sponsor: Great River Energy, Mesabi Trail, Ampers
Telephone: 877-637-2241
Contact Name: Ardy Wilberg
Website »

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The Dirty Girl Mud Run is a 3.1 mile(ish) obstacle course run for women and women ONLY! If you’re an uber cross fitter looking to make your weekend more challenging, Dirty Girl Mud...

Cost: $55-$65

Where:
Pinehaven Pumpkin Farms
28186 Kettle River Blvd. North
Wyoming, MN  55092
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Sponsor: Human Movement Management
Contact Name: Carson Morford
Website »

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Dash for the kids of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Join the World’s Largest Running Series as a St. Jude Warrior! Warrior Dash is the ultimate event for the thrill-seeking...

Cost: Multiple Entry Point Levels

Where:
Johnson Creek
Johnson Creek, WI  53038


Telephone: 952-893-0442
Contact Name: Matthew O'Shea
Website »

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In a Reiki II session, the student is given the first three Reiki symbols. Students will learn about: • the Power symbol • the Mental/Emotional symbol • the Distance symbol...

Cost: $175.00

Where:
Rising Sun Reiki Studio
4180 West Broadway
Suite B3
Robbinsdale, MN  55422
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Sponsor: Rising Sun Reiki Studio
Telephone: 612-940-5851
Contact Name: Cyndi Stavrou
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Come experience a day full of diverse brass music from mariachi to swing! This year's festival features twelve phenomenal bands from the region. Audiences of all ages will get to...

Cost: Free

Where:
Bridge Square
Intersection of E 4th St. and Division St.
Northfield, MN  55057
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Sponsor: Vintage Band Festival
Telephone: 507-645-7554
Website »

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Learn how to make smarter investment decisions and take control of your financial future   Invest a few life-changing hours in our Power Trading Workshop, where you’ll learn:...

Cost: Free

Where:
Online Trading Academy
7900 International Drive Suite 170
Bloomington, MN  55425
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Sponsor: Online Trading Academy
Telephone: 952-814-4410
Website »

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Tires Plus will welcome customers and guests for an exciting community event including:   •Fun activities with Boys & Girls Club kids from Boys & Girls Clubs of the Twin...

Cost: Free

Where:
Tires Plus
580 W 79Th St.
Chanhassen, MN  55317-9530
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Do you like a morning run or a leisurely walk? Looking for a great reason to be active? Participate in the 3rd Annual BBBS 5K Run/Walk! Enjoy the views and natural beauty that Fort Snelling...

Cost: $30 Individual $45 Match Rate

Where:
Fort Snelling State Park - Beach Area
101 Snelling Lake Road
St. Paul, MN  55111
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Sponsor: SNAP Fitness

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Artist from around the world converge at Franconia to create cast metal sculpture and we invite the public to participate in this unique art-making process! Witness artist working a furnace that...

Cost: Free

Where:
Franconia Sculpture Park
29836 St. Croix Trail
Shafer, MN  55074
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Sponsor: Franconia Sculpture Park
Telephone: 651-257-6668
Website »

More information

Opening Reception with the Artist: Thursday, August 16, 6 - 8 pm St. Croix Valley-based fiber artist Mary Giles works with metal and linen to create organic sculptural forms evocative of...

Cost: Free

Where:
Textile Center
3000 University Ave SE
Minneapolis, MN  55414
View map »


Sponsor: Textile Center
Telephone: 612-436-0464
Contact Name: Jenny Jones
Website »

More information

HazelFest, presented by the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation, is a day-long chemical-free community festival that features bands, recovery speakers, exhibitors, food trucks, and family...

Cost: $15-$25

Where:
Hazelden Campus
15251 Pleasant Valley Rd.
Center City, MN  55012
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Sponsor: Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation
Telephone: 763-300-1218
Contact Name: Jeannette Cleland
Website »

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Nershfest. It’s music. It’s friends. It’s a Minnesota summer day. It’s also the name of the Minneapolis-based music festival featuring local live music, craft beer and great...

Cost: Free

Where:
Harriet Brewing Company
3036 Minnehaha Ave
Minneapolis, MN  55406
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Sponsor: Nershfest
Telephone: 336-402-2439
Contact Name: Griffin
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Captain Terry will hold a public cruise this Saturday August 1, 2015. 12:30pm - 2:30 pm

Cost: $14

Where:
Lady of the Lake Docks
8 Water Street
Excelsior, MN  55331
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Sponsor: Lady of the Lake
Telephone: 952-929-1209
Contact Name: Terry Jungers
Website »

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Come join the battle July 31-August 2! Somerset Amphitheater will host the Border Battle Weekend on its newly improved festival grounds. The event is an extension of the popular Border...

Cost: $20-$35

Where:
Somerset Amphitheater
715 Spring Street
Somerset, WI  54025
View map »


Website »

More information

The fourth Kräftskiva! festival will bring The Bachelor Farmer and Marvel Bar out onto the streets of Minneapolis for the evening – shutting down 2nd Ave North alongside The...

Cost: $20

Where:
The Bachelor Farmer
50 2nd Ave N
Minneapolis, MN  55401
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Sponsor: The Bachelor Farmer
Telephone: 612-206-3920
Website »

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Minnesota Fringe Festival is proud to present our 174 acts, performed by both local and international touring artists. Our artists perform at 11 different theaters and 9 site-specific locations....

Cost: $14/single ticket + one-time purchase of a $4 Fringe button

Where:
, MN

More information

Summer Faire Announces Its 2015 Season! The Shoppes at Arbor Lakes’ popular summer concert series is back- better than ever! Don’t miss FREE live music from talented local...

Cost: FREE

Where:
The Shoppes Central Courtyard
I-94/I-694 at Hemlock Lane
Maple Grove, MN
View map »


Sponsor: The Shoppes
Telephone: 763-488-9965
Contact Name:
Website »

More information

Join love-struck Aladdin on a treacherous journey to find a lamp like no other.  Jewels come to life in a deadly display of balanced precision, a whirlwind of demonic Jinns practice their...

Cost: $15.00 - $40.00 on sale Monday, June 29

Where:
Circus Juventas Big Top
1270 Montreal Ave.
St. Paul, MN  55116
View map »


Sponsor: Circus Juventas
Telephone: 651-699-8229
Website »

More information

The Oratorio Society of Minnesota is proud to announce the concert GREAT OPERA CHORUSES, which will be presented by the Society’s Summer Chorus, a festival chorus of 150 singers, and a...

Cost: $10-15

Where:
Ted Mann Concert Hall
2128 S 4th St
Minneapolis, MN  55455
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Sponsor: Oratorio Society
Telephone: 612-432-7398
Contact Name: Matthew Mehaffey
Website »

More information

Stop in to Day Block Brewing on Friday July 31st for an evening of live music from local artists Fairfax, AK and Bre Lewis Band.  Music starts at 10pm and there will be a $5 cover charge.

Cost: $5

Where:
Day Block Brewing
1105 Washington Ave S
Minneapolis, MN  55415
View map »


Website »

More information

Death can be scary. So can clowns. But what if they weren't? Clown siblings Victoria, Frank, and Mango mourn the loss of their mother by daring to find joy. It’s OK to laugh at this...

Cost: $14

Where:
Illusion Theater
528 Hennepin Ave, 8th Floor
Minneapolis, MN  55403
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