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Art Attack 2016 – It’s About Peace and Love

The 19th annual Art Attack is back and is happening on November 4, 5 and 6 at the Northrup King Building in Northeast Minneapolis. This year, in response to the current political climate, the Northrup King Building is choosing to promote peace and love through visual art, interactive art activities, writing and music. It will […]

Here, There & Everywhere Signals the Coming Winter

This fall, as in many falls in the past, Warren Miller is releasing a new film called Here, There & Everywhere. In its 67th year, these Warren Miller films traditionally mark the beginning of ski and snowboard season and build the excitement for winter travel. And this year is no different. The 67th installment brings the […]

Celebrate Kids Music Day With Free Music Lessons

Celebrate the First Annual Kids Music Day by signing your kids up for a  free music lesson between 3:00 pm and 7:00 pm on Friday, October 7, 2016 at School of Rock Eden Prairie. Kids Music Day is an initiative by Keep Music Alive, an organization dedicated to promoting the value of music: educationally and therapeutically. By […]

First Annual Dog Video Festival

It’s no secret that cat videos on the internet are a thing. In fact, they are such a thing that there is a cat video festival. But why should four-legged feline friends have all the fun? Dog videos can be a thing, too. At least Can Do Canines thinks so, and so they are presenting […]

Pumpkin Nights Launches in the Twin Cities

The people who brought us The Color Run are excited to debut a new event, exclusive to the Twin Cities, just in time for Halloween: Pumpkin Nights. Pumpkin Nights is a one-mile long walking path, lined with over 3,000 hand-carved pumpkins creating 12 worlds of incredible art and Halloween fun. This outdoor, family-friendly Halloween experience […]

Grinkie Circus is Coming to Town

Clear your calendar for Saturday, October 8, 2016 because the Grinkie Circus is coming to town and we don’t think you are going to want to miss it. This one-day, family friendly event is co-sponsored by Harriet Brewing and the Minneapolis Beard and Moustace Club (MBMC). It is happening at Harriet Brewing from 12:00 pm […]

12 Weeks of Summer: Week 12

12 Weeks of Summer: Week 12

Ack! Can you believe it? We are already at Week 12 of our 12 Weeks of Summer series. Many kids are heading back to school, and before you know it, the leaves on the trees will start changing colors and then start to fall. Although we absolutely love fall in Minneapolis, we have to admit, […]

The Minnesota State Fair: 21 Facts

The Minnesota State Fair: 21 Facts

It’s here! It’s here! The Minnesota State Fair has opened their gates and for the next 12 days, people from all corners of the state will descend on the fairgrounds for hours of food and fun! But our state fair is more than just that. It’s full of history and interesting facts, so we decided […]

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12 Weeks of Summer: Week 10

Want to take a step back in time during Week 10 of the 12 Weeks of Summer? You can do just that at Historic Fort Snelling and learn about fur trade history, slavery in Minnesota, military history from before the Civil War through World War II and much more. The fort overlooks both the Minnesota and […]

12 Weeks of Summer: Week 9

12 Weeks of Summer: Week 9

Anyone else feel like summer is fleeting? How are we on Week 9 already in our 12 Weeks of Summer series? This week is all about wildflowers, plants and birds at our very own Eloise Butler Wildflower Garden and Bird Sanctuary in Minneapolis. This 15-acre garden is the oldest public wildflower garden in the country, […]