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September 7-October 19, 2019 Opening Reception Celebration: September 14, 5-7 p.m.; remarks & toast at 6 p.m. The Catherine G. Murphy Gallery at St. Catherine University opens its fall exhibition season with a show celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Women’s Art Institute, a studio-intensive art course for women artists of all ages and disciplines. In this juried exhibition, sixty artists—all past participants of the Women’s Art Institute—present their visual interpretation of the question, “what is forbidden?” The show reflects…Find out more »
Come Check Out the NEW and EXPANDED Sever’s Fall Festival Starting Friday, September 13th See Sever’s New Home in Shakopee with Bigger and Better Attractions! Immerse Yourself in This Year’s Theme: Sever’s Jurassic Adventure with Minnesota’s LARGEST Corn Maze and Countless Attractions for the Whole Family WHAT: Sever’s Fall Festival and Corn Maze Sever's Fall Festival has exciting announcements for the 2019 season, which kicks off Friday, September 13th. First, Sever’s has a new home in Shakopee which is three…Find out more »
October 17-18, 8:30 AM-3:30 PM, Grades 1-6 Looking for high quality education for your kids that exercises their creativity? Send them to MAC’s multidisciplinary arts camp! It’s a great opportunity for them to test out a wide variety of arts disciplines with skilled, experienced teaching artists. Offer your kids a chance to check out new skills in music, dance, visual art, and acting. Aftercare available!Find out more »
Come celebrate Twin Cities Harvest Festival’s 10th anniversary season and one of the hottest teams in the WNBA, the Minnesota Lynx, at this year’s Twin Cities Harvest Festival and Maze! Enjoy “Lynx Day at the Maze,” including a visit from Lynx mascot Prowl as well as special games and activities. And wander through Minnesota’s largest corn maze! This year’s 20-acre maze is specially designed to honor the Lynx and includes team trivia questions throughout. Jump in the corn pit; stroll…Find out more »
In collaboration with the Roe Family Singers and Engineer Paul of the "Choo Choo Bob’s Train Show", "Expectation Station" is told through dance and familiar train-based songs set at a station called Expectation. This one-hour show is interactive and combines dance, musical theater, a little history and a lot of fun to create something truly original for the entire family. SteppingStone Theatre - 55 Victoria Street St. Paul Wednesday Oct 16th 10 am Thursday Oct 17th 10 am Friday Oct…Find out more »
Join Cornerstone's Young Professionals Board for a fun Friday night of trivia to raise money for the amazing work that Cornerstone does year-round.Find out more »
Minnesota Center for Book Arts is hosting New Editions, an annual two-day celebration of book art created within the last year, on Oct. 18-19.Find out more »
The Rhythm is Going to Get You! The Twin Cities Tap Festival Student Showcase (Oct. 17) highlights local talent and youth, and the Festival Concert (Oct. 18) shines a spotlight on the dynamic and ever-changing art of tap dance, featuring the best and the brightest in local and national talent.Find out more »
A magical land of fairytales. Adventure on the high seas. Lost orphans and scurvy pirates. Before "second star to the right and straight on 'til morning," Peter Pan was just a lonely boy. That is, until he meets Apprentice Starcatcher Molly Aster, desperately trying to keep the magical Star Stuff out of the hands of the nefarious Black Stache. This hilarious, bold, and wondrous saga blows the dust off a classic favorite and invites us all on a trip down…Find out more »
Mike Birbiglia has a new one. It’s called THE NEW ONE. He’s made you laugh in Sleepwalk With Me, My Girlfriend’s Boyfriend, and “Thank God for Jokes.” He was also really funny in that one season of “Orange Is the New Black.” And in “Billions.” And “Broad City.” Now he’s touring this smash hit Broadway show, telling his story about parenting in a new way. It’s the same heart and humor you’ve come to expect, with a hilarious new twist.…Find out more »
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