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In partnership with the African American Interpretive Center of Minnesota (AAICM), Minnesota Museum of American Art presents "Outer Experiences: Black Life in Rural and Suburban Minnesota." This exhibition explores the experience of being Black outside of the Twin Cities and is based on AAICM’s eponymous digital collection featuring interviews that amplify the voices of Black Minnesotans and the history that connects them to their home. This is an outdoor exhibition in the M's window galleries on Robert and 4th streets.Find out more »
Premieres Wednesday, April 14, 2021 10:30am | CREATE your own Thumb Piano: LEARN how to make your own thumb piano! This instructional video is available one week in advance of the event’s premiere to allow time to make your instruments. Premieres Wednesday, April 21, 2021 10:30am | INTERACTIVE PROGRAM: LISTEN to the powerful reading of Jimi: Sounds Like a Rainbow: A Story of the Young Jimi Hendrix accompanied by improvisational piano music. LEARN about Jimi’s creative bravery and trailblazing and…Find out more »
It’s time to be a hero! PJ Masks is diving into SEA LIFE at Mall of America for an Aquarium-sized adventure. The hit animated series for preschoolers will be adding new adventures for guests to help ‘Stop the Marine Mayhem’ April 30th through July 4th. PJ Masks sea-themed trails and activities will include character meet & greets with Catboy (see website for mascot times). In addition, fans will experience pop-up games, and more family fun that will bring everyone’s inner…Find out more »
NEW Attractions Debut THIS SPRING at Safari North! Award-Winning Safari North Wildlife Park in Brainerd Unveils Expedition Safari: 10-Acres of Lions, Hyenas, Monkeys, Bison and More! Plus a New Train to Take It All In! WHAT: Safari North Wildlife Park in Brainerd Set to Open May 8, 2021 Award-winning Safari North Wildlife Park is set to open and this year unveils NEW attractions. The park, which features more than 150 species from six continents, will give guests an up-close look…Find out more »
The Anderson Center presents Long Story Short, a group retrospective exhibition opening May 7 and running through August 14, 2021. A free artist reception will take place Saturday, July 24 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. in conjunction with the Anderson Center’s 25th Anniversary Celebration. Refreshments will be provided.Find out more »
The SOTA Movement is a 3-day festival dedicated to connections, dance, and culture. Featuring the award-winning ROOTED: Hip Hop Choreographers' Evening; dance workshops with some of the most talented choreographers from Minnesota and across the country; and the highly anticipated Krump battle, Uprizing, The SOTA Movement is an all-ages event you won't want to miss. Join us June 11-13, 2021, as supporters, artists, and creators from Minnesota for this one-of-a-kind event. Brought to you by Maia Maiden Productions & Uprizing…Find out more »
Celebrate Germanic culture at this free annual event featuring live music, authentic German beer and food, and fun for all ages. Held on the beautiful grounds of the Germanic-American Institute’s (GAI) mansion on Summit Avenue, Deutsche Tage (German Days) is one of the GAI's longest standing traditions and the oldest ethnic festival in St. Paul. Since 1959, the GAI has shared the arts, traditions, and cuisine of the German-speaking world and inspired thousands of Minnesotans to discover new aspects of…Find out more »
Located on a bluff above the Mississippi River, the University of Minnesota is a land-grant institution founded in 1851, when Minnesota was still a territory. We will experience two National Register-districts on the University of Minnesota’s Minneapolis east bank campus. The Old Campus Historic District is based on a design by H.W.S. Cleveland; its buildings represent a proliferation of late nineteenth and early twentieth-century architectural styles. Added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1984, the district consists of…Find out more »
Kick up your heels and celebrate spring with a four-course tea that includes scones, soup, salad & sandwiches, dessert and more! Bring your friends to enjoy this popular annual event which takes place in our historic barn. This year our theme is the history of high heels. We won’t ask you to wear high heels – but be sure to wear your best spring hat! Dress casually for outdoor temperatures, as our barn is not heated. Please note: there is…Find out more »
Senga is a brilliant dancer whose world crumbles after a life-changing accident. Ever is a brilliant college professor with Asperger's. Their worlds intertwine when he appears at her door with a bizarre proposition - he will pay her an outrageous sum if she will teach him a few dance moves for an upcoming banquet. Their sudden physical closeness collides with their emotional distance, unleashing a torrent of feelings in this tender, unpredictable romance. Content Advisory: Dancing Lessons contains adult language…Find out more »
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