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Twin Cities Clown Cabaret represents the ridiculous every second Friday of the month. Clowns and physical comedians from the Minneapolis-St.Paul area (and even a bit outside) showcase their talents live every month on the big stage at Can Can Wonderland. Come witness a panoply of performers from both sides of the river — goofballs and eccentrics one and all, each with their own style from the broad world of clowning. Makeup or none, red nose or none, we’ll cover territory…Find out more »
Manitou Days is a three-week summer festival showcasing some of the greatest things about the community around White Bear Lake. With more than 60 events, Manitou Days offers something for everyone! Attend a parade. Build a sand castle. Shop Downtown White Bear Lake. Do yoga on the beach. Dance under the stars. Watch fireworks on the lake. There is something for everyone!Find out more »
The 2019 KPMG Women’s PGA Championship Date: June 18-23, 2019 Location: Hazeltine National Golf Club in Chaska, Minnesota Who: 156 of the top female professional golfers in the world Format: Four-day, 72-hole stroke play championship Score: Traditional stroke-play format Purse: The winner will be recognized as Major Champion and will win part of the 3.85 million-dollar purse The KPMG Women’s PGA Championship - a collaboration between the PGA of America, KPMG and the LPGA Tour – is one of the…Find out more »
The 21st annual Twin Cities Jazz Festival is headlined by vocalist José James, vocalist Nnenna Freelon, the James Carter Organ Trio, saxophonist Grace Kelly, bandleader and multi-instrumentalist Aurora Nealand with Tom McDermott, and more. The three-day music festival features headline acts on multiple public stages in and around Mears Park in Lowertown Saint Paul, plus performances at over 20 area clubs, bars and studio venues. Jazz Fest brings top Jazz artists to Saint Paul to share the joy of jazz…Find out more »
A weekly summer staple of downtown Rochester, Thursdays Downtown combines arts, music, food and a vendor market into one community-uniting, block-party-style event! Art abounds at Thursdays Downtown; find works of art from jewelry to photography to glassware and everything in between! Your taste buds will be satisfied with enticing foods and musical styles, too! Every week running June through August, enjoy life, feel a sense of place, and interact with others at the Thursdays Downtown! Relax with friends and family…Find out more »
In response to the long history of silencing women and girls, Chicago-based photographer Whitney Bradshaw makes portraits of women screaming. She came to Saint Paul in early April to hold “scream sessions” and 45 of these portraits will be incorporated into a collection of 160 Outcry portraits on display June 6 through June 30, 2019, at The Show Gallery Lowertown, 346 North Sibley Street, Saint Paul (check the website for times). Bradshaw will attend the exhibit opening Friday, June 7…Find out more »
A time-honored tradition, the Human Rights Awards Dinner is held each year to honor individuals who have contributed significantly to the human rights movement and to The Advocates for Human Rights' work. The 2019 Human Rights Awards Dinner will feature Professor AndrŽs Cediel, an investigative journalist, documentary filmmaker, and professor at UC Berkeley, who will deliver the event's keynote address and will be presented with the 2019 Don & Arvonne Fraser Human Rights Award. Speaker bio: https://journalism.berkeley.edu/person/acediel/Find out more »
The Minnesota Chapter of National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO-MN), one of the largest NAWBO chapters in the country, has been involved in changing the landscape for women-owned businesses for more than four decades. This year, the chapter is once again honoring women business owners or partners who are shaking up the status quo, contributing to our economy and supporting other women-owned businesses.Find out more »
Marketfest is a summer festival that features more than 150 vendors each week that offer a wide variety of arts, crafts, merchandise, services, and foods. The event also includes 2 stages of live musical entertainment, children's games and activities, a petting zoo, a farmer's market, and a classic car show. An estimated 4,000-5,000 people attend each Thursday evening.Find out more »
Lowertown Sounds — Summer Concert Series in Mears Park A new but familiar sound is coming back to Mears Park in St. Paul on Thursday nights this summer: the Lowertown Sounds concert series features live, local and original music, food trucks, local beer, cider and wine, and benefits the St. Paul Yellow Ribbon Network. The free concert events take the stage 6-9:30 p.m., starting June 6 and running through August 29, excluding the week of July 1. See the full…Find out more »
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