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  • Reclaiming Our Grandmothers

    Reclaiming Our Grandmothers

    1800 W Old Shakopee Rd, Bloomington
    Minneapolis / St Paul > South Metro > Bloomington
    Phone: (952) 563-8575

    Date(s): 9/13/2019-11/3/2019

    Local artist Zamara Cuyún presents Reclaiming our Grandmothers, an exploration of what it means to be Guatemalan, Maya, and female. Her painted visual stories are vibrant and colorful while at the same time restless and honest.

  • Honeymoon & Destination Wedding Showcase

    Honeymoon & Destination Wedding Showcase

    1301 Second Avenue South, Minneapolis
    Minneapolis / St Paul > Minneapolis/St Paul > Minneapolis
    Phone: (612) 979-7778

    Date(s): 11/3/2019, 2/16/2020

    Planning a destination wedding or honeymoon? This show is a must! The Honeymoon and Destination Wedding Showcase is Minnesota’s only event designed exclusively by The Wedding Guys® for honeymooners and couples planning destination weddings. Step into planning paradise and find our handpicked selection of travel experts excited to share travel suggestions, insider tips, ideas and rates.The Honeymoon and Destination Wedding Showcase is designed to bring the best options for romantic travel for either your honeymoon, destination wedding, mini-moons or weddingmoons.

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    Disney's Frozen Jr

    3338 University Ave SE, Minneapolis
    Minneapolis / St Paul > Minneapolis/St Paul > Minneapolis
    Phone: (612) 623-9080

    Date(s): 10/4/2019-10/20/2019

  • Black Grace

    Black Grace

    84 Church St SE, Minneapolis
    Minneapolis / St Paul > Minneapolis/St Paul > Minneapolis
    Phone: (612) 624-2345

    Date(s): 11/7/2019

    This New Zealand company makes its Northrop debut with a variety of works that are eloquent, yet elemental; athletic, yet spiritual; accompanied by body percussion and live drumming.

  • Tonic Sol-fa Holiday Tour

    Tonic Sol-fa Holiday Tour

    5800 Jamison Ave NE, St Michael
    Minneapolis / St Paul > North Metro > St Michael
    Phone: (763) 497-2192

    Date(s): 11/15/2019

    This Christmas, the Emmy-award winning a cappella quartet brings a brand new holiday show to life. Enjoy the humor and soulful vocals that make this a holiday tradition for so many!

  • Bailame Dance Festival

    Bailame Dance Festival

    3131 Campus Drive, Plymouth
    Minneapolis / St Paul > West Metro > Plymouth
    Phone: (763) 559-6600

    Date(s): 11/8/2019-11/11/2019

    Bailame Dance Festival is four electrifying days of music, dance, workshops, and fashion! Come share your passions for music, Latin dance & the arts! -DJ's Playing the BEST OF BACHATA, SALSA, ZOUK & KIZOMBA with dedicated Ballrooms! -Dancing until 4 a.m. all 3 Nights! -Nightly Themed Parties! -Over 10,000 sq. ft. of Dance Floor Space! -Featuring 20+ local and international Artists! -30+ Dance Performances! -45+ Dance Workshops!

  • Twin Cities Harvest Festival and Maze

    Twin Cities Harvest Festival and Maze

    8001 109th Ave. N., Brooklyn Park
    Minneapolis / St Paul > North Metro > Brooklyn Park
    Phone: 952-992-9326

    Date(s): 9/21/2019-10/27/2019

    Celebrate Twin Cities Harvest Festival's 10th anniversary season with the Minnesota Lynx at Minnesota's largest corn maze!

  • Treat Trail

    Treat Trail

    5000 Center Court, Bloomington
    Minneapolis / St Paul > South Metro > Bloomington
    Phone: 952-883-8600

    Date(s): 10/25/2019-10/26/2019

    Calling all ghouls + goblins, monsters + witches, come out to Nickelodeon Universe October 25 + 26 to show off your ghostly attire. Purchase an all-day Nickelodeon Universe wristband + head to Blue Spot to get your treat bag before visiting locations around the park to get some sweet treats! Must purchase a Nickelodeon Universe all-day wristband to participate. Limited to the first 200 participants.

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    Elizabeth Price

    725 Vineland Pl, Minneapolis
    Minneapolis / St Paul > Minneapolis/St Paul > Minneapolis
    Phone: (612) 375-7600

    Date(s): 12/8/2018-2/23/2020

    London-based artist Elizabeth Price (UK, b. 1966) creates richly layered, moving image works made specifically for gallery settings. Composed of a broad range of imagery sourced from analogue and digital photography, animation, and motion graphics, her works are often accompanied by scrolling text, narrated by a computerized voice and paired with music.

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    Chamber Music: Strings On Sunday

    1111 Nicollet Mall, Minneapolis
    Minneapolis / St Paul > Minneapolis/St Paul > Minneapolis
    Phone: (800) 292-4141

    Date(s): 11/3/2019

    Erin Keefe, Susie Park and Rebecca Albers perform Kodaly's Hungarian folk-inspired Serenade, while four of the Orchestra's newest musicians share one of Beethoven's finest quartets in a program that spotlights the dynamic string section.

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    The Piano Guys

    910 Hennepin Ave, Minneapolis
    Minneapolis / St Paul > Minneapolis/St Paul > Minneapolis
    Phone: (612) 339-7007

    Date(s): 11/14/2019

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    Fly Me to the Moon with Charles Lazarus and the Minnesota Orchestra

    1111 Nicollet Mall, Minneapolis
    Minneapolis / St Paul > Minneapolis/St Paul > Minneapolis
    Phone: (800) 292-4141

    Date(s): 11/10/2019

    Enjoy the sizzle and swing of the Big Band era in this concert starring the Minnesota Orchestra's own trumpeter Charles Lazarus, on the eve of Veterans Day.

  • UNVEILED: The Ultimate Wedding Planning Event

    UNVEILED: The Ultimate Wedding Planning Event

    1301 Second Avenue South, Minneapolis
    Minneapolis / St Paul > Minneapolis/St Paul > Minneapolis
    Phone: (612) 979-7778

    Date(s): 11/3/2019, 2/16/2020

    UNVEILED - The Ultimate Wedding Planning Event is simply more than a bridal show. Each show is designed by The Wedding Guys® and features trends in fashion, design and wedding style. Peruse dazzling displays in style galleries designed to help you discover which trends set your heart aflutter. Over 120 exhibits feature unique, local wedding professionals in a boutique-style environment. With so much to plan, UNVEILED is the convenient and relaxing way to shop for everything you need for your wedding.

  • Wicked Plants: The Exhibit

    Wicked Plants: The Exhibit

    2088 Larpenteur Avenue West, St Paul
    Minneapolis / St Paul > North Metro > St Paul
    Phone: (612) 626-9660

    Date(s): 9/21/2019-1/5/2020

    Delight in the interactive displays tucked into a warren of creepy rooms in a derelict Victorian manor. Dig into deadly nightshade and other villains, then continue into a room teeming with 10 of the world’s most nefarious invasive plants.

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    Franco Escamilla

    805 Hennepin Ave, Minneapolis
    Minneapolis / St Paul > Minneapolis/St Paul > Minneapolis
    Phone: (800) 982-2787

    Date(s): 11/1/2019

    Franco Escamilla the world's largest Spanish speaking comedian born on April 29,1981 in Cuautla Morelos, Mexico. Musician, Comedian and Standup Performer well known as "El Diablo" (The Devil) or "El Amo del Sarcasmo" (The Master of Sarcasm) for his YouTube videos of sarcastic jokes for adults, his style of stand-up comedy with a sarcastic, rough, sour touch and with a black humor that has characterized him in his artistic career with sold outs in venues as important as the "Auditorio Nacional" in Mexico and the "Microsoft Theatre" in Los Angeles, CA.

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    Graciela Iturbide's Mexico

    2400 3rd Ave S, Minneapolis
    Minneapolis / St Paul > Minneapolis/St Paul > Minneapolis
    Phone: (888) 642-2787

    Date(s): 8/17/2019-12/15/2019

    Graciela Iturbide is one of Latin America's most influential photographers. Since the late 1970s, her vivid photographs have captured everyday life in Mexico, creating a powerful visual record of its diverse cultures, rituals, and religions, especially those of indigenous people. Presenting 125 photographs drawn from over four decades, this groundbreaking career survey explores the complexity of contemporary Mexican society through Iturbide's striking photographs of its landscapes and people.

  • "Jay's Longhorn" Film Screening

    "Jay's Longhorn" Film Screening

    345 Kellogg Blvd W, St Paul
    Minneapolis / St Paul > Minneapolis/St Paul > St Paul
    Phone: (651) 259-3000

    Date(s): 10/22/2019

    Join Sound Unseen for the St. Paul premiere of the film Jay's Longhorn. A Q&A with director Mark Engebretson and special guests will follow the screening. Jay's Longhorn was the epicenter of the Minneapolis punk rock and indie rock scene in the late 1970s. At a time when the music scene was dominated by Top 40 cover bands, a group of punk rock visionaries—led by Andy Schwartz, former publisher of the New York Rocker—scoured the city in search of a place that would welcome the New Wave.

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    Ashwini Ramaswamy: Let the Crows Come

    700 N 1st St, Minneapolis
    Minneapolis / St Paul > Minneapolis/St Paul > Minneapolis
    Phone: (651) 291-1144

    Date(s): 11/8/2019, 11/9/2019

    The culmination of her 2-year Liquid Music residency, Minneapolis-based Bharatanatyam dancer/choreographer Ashwini Ramaswamy's Let the Crows Come explores how memory and homeland channel both guidance and dislocation.

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    World of Dance Live! Tour

    805 Hennepin Ave, Minneapolis
    Minneapolis / St Paul > Minneapolis/St Paul > Minneapolis
    Phone: (800) 982-2787

    Date(s): 11/16/2019

    A real tour de force. Our World of Dance Live Tour brings everything you love about World of Dance in a live dance showcase of raw talent, dedication and jaw-dropping choreography. We bring the world's hottest dancers from the NBC World of Dance television show and top-notch dance celebrities on stage for an exclusive, high-production concert. VIP tickets for autograph sessions and personalized meet-and-greets are available for dance fans of all ages and backgrounds.

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    Artists Reflect: Contemporary Views on the American War

    2400 3rd Ave S, Minneapolis
    Minneapolis / St Paul > Minneapolis/St Paul > Minneapolis
    Phone: (888) 642-2787

    Date(s): 9/29/2019-1/5/2020

    Mia's companion exhibition to "Artists Respond: American Art and the Vietnam War, 1965-1975" features drawings, textiles, video, photography, and installations made by artists from the Southeast Asian diaspora who have been deeply engaged with the impact and legacy of the American War in Vietnam. The artists reflect on migration, memory, the effect of violence on the landscape and on communities, healing, and trauma.

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    C.S. Lewis' The Screwtape Letters

    710 Hennepin Ave, Minneapolis
    Minneapolis / St Paul > Minneapolis/St Paul > Minneapolis
    Phone: (612) 339-7007

    Date(s): 11/16/2019, 11/16/2019

    Set in an eerily stylish office in Hell, one of Satan's senior tempters, Screwtape, schemes meticulously to capture the soul of an unsuspecting human on earth. An international smash hit, this stage adaptation of C.S. Lewis' satiric masterpiece creates a morally inverted universe that reveals unseen spiritual powers and principalities in humorous, vivid and surprising ways.

  • Arts of the Holidays

    Arts of the Holidays

    2240 North Shore Dr, Wayzata
    Minneapolis / St Paul > West Metro > Wayzata
    Phone: (952) 473-7361

    Date(s): 11/15/2019-12/23/2019

    Shop fine arts and crafts from more than 130 local artists.

  • Bermuda Avenue Triangle

    Bermuda Avenue Triangle

    9152 Old Cedar Ave, Bloomington
    Minneapolis / St Paul > South Metro > Bloomington
    Phone: (952) 393-3644

    Date(s): 10/9/2019-10/11/2019, 10/16/2019-10/18/2019, 10/23/2019-10/25/2019, 10/30/2019-11/1/2019, 11/6/2019-11/8/2019, 11/13/2019-11/15/2019

    This Broadway success concerns the adventures of a Jewish widow and an Irish widow whose respective daughters move them into a shared retirement condominium in Las Vegas They think life has passed them by, until they both fall for a charming swindler!

  • Collidescope 4.0: Adventures in Pre and Post-Racial America

    Collidescope 4.0: Adventures in Pre and Post-Racial America

    580 Rarig Ctr, Minneapolis
    Minneapolis / St Paul > Minneapolis/St Paul > Minneapolis
    Phone: (612) 625-5380

    Date(s): 10/24/2019-10/26/2019, 10/27/2019, 10/31/2019-11/2/2019, 11/3/2019

    "Collidescope 4.0: Adventures in Pre and Post-Racial America" is a sci-fi exploration of America's historic and present racial climate. The show is in its fourth installment after having performed around the country. It is written and directed by internationally acclaimed interdisciplinary artist Ping Chong and local theatre artist and U of MN faculty Talvin Wilks.

  • Richard Egarr Plays Bach

    Richard Egarr Plays Bach

    900 Summit Ave, St Paul
    Minneapolis / St Paul > Minneapolis/St Paul > St Paul
    Phone: (651) 291-1144

    Date(s): 10/19/2019

    Our first Baroque program of the season features the music of the two masters of the German Baroque, Bach and Telemann, who were friends and mutual admirers. For his official Artistic Partner debut, Richard Egarr has selected an orchestral suite by each, both of which showcase the SPCO winds, as well as some intimate chamber music by Telemann. Egarr solos on Bach's dramatic D Minor Harpsichord Concerto to bring the concert to a fiery conclusion.

  • The Comedy of Errors

    The Comedy of Errors

    245 Cedar Ave, Minneapolis
    Minneapolis / St Paul > Minneapolis/St Paul > Minneapolis
    Phone: (612) 333-3010

    Date(s): 10/11/2019-11/3/2019

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    Speculative Bodies

    2400 3rd Ave S, Minneapolis
    Minneapolis / St Paul > Minneapolis/St Paul > Minneapolis
    Phone: (888) 642-2787

    Date(s): 1/26/2019-3/15/2020

    The works presented in this exhibition broadly question how technology has reimagined the physical body - as avatar, prosthesis, shell, surrogate, or otherwise - as well as its ongoing ramifications for understanding the evolving human condition.

  • Artability Art Show & Sale

    Artability Art Show & Sale

    346 N Sibley St, St Paul
    Minneapolis / St Paul > Minneapolis/St Paul > St Paul
    Phone: (651) 774-0011

    Date(s): 10/25/2019-10/27/2019

    People Incorporated's Artability program is an annual public celebration of the creativity and contributions of people living with mental illnesses to our community. Artists sell their work at the show and receive 80% of the profits, with the remaining 20% going back to support the Artability program.

  • Victorian Gothic Novels

    Victorian Gothic Novels

    265 S Exchange St, St Paul
    Minneapolis / St Paul > Minneapolis/St Paul > St Paul
    Phone: (651) 296-8760

    Date(s): 11/8/2019, 11/8/2019

    The Gothic novel captivated Victorian readers. Combining elements of horror and romance, Gothic authors created short stories or "penny dreadfuls" and novels that influence writers today. On this guided tour, learn about the origins of these novels and discover how they captured the Victorian imagination.

  • Ladies Night Out!

    Ladies Night Out!

    101 Main Street S., Stillwater
    Minneapolis / St Paul > St Croix River Valley > Stillwater
    Phone: 651-351-1717

    Date(s): 11/14/2019-11/14/2019

    Stillwater Ladies Night Out

  • Ski Double Feature and New Release Party

    Ski Double Feature and New Release Party

    1121 Quincy St NE, Minneapolis
    Minneapolis / St Paul > Minneapolis/St Paul > Minneapolis
    Phone: (612) 405-4642

    Date(s): 10/24/2019

    Get Stoked for Ski Season at Able Seedhouse + Brewery Sip on Able’s New Releases, Catch a Powder-Filled Double-Feature and Win Ski Swag!

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    Sensory-Friendly Concert: Horn and Piano Duo

    1111 Nicollet Mall, Minneapolis
    Minneapolis / St Paul > Minneapolis/St Paul > Minneapolis
    Phone: (800) 292-4141

    Date(s): 10/26/2019

    Join us for an inclusive experience designed for audiences of all ages and abilities, featuring Minnesota Orchestra horn player Brian Jensen, pianist Charles Scarborough, and talented guest musicians from the audience!

  • Tuesday Night Bingo

    Tuesday Night Bingo

    15201 Running Aces Blvd, Columbus
    Minneapolis / St Paul > North Metro > Columbus
    Phone: (800) RUN-ACES

    Date(s): 10/1/2019-12/17/2019

    Featuring Soup & Salad Bar and $4 Nordeast Drink specials. No Bingo on Christmas Eve or New Year's Eve. Packet sale begins at 6 pm.

  • Sunday Brunch Bingo

    Sunday Brunch Bingo

    15201 Running Aces Blvd, Columbus
    Minneapolis / St Paul > North Metro > Columbus
    Phone: (800) RUN-ACES

    Date(s): 10/13/2019-12/29/2019

    Bingo packets will go on sale at 10:30 am, featuring a Breakfast Buffet, Brunch Menu, and Mimosas.

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    Artists Respond: American Art and the Vietnam War, 1965-1975

    2400 3rd Ave S, Minneapolis
    Minneapolis / St Paul > Minneapolis/St Paul > Minneapolis
    Phone: (888) 642-2787

    Date(s): 9/29/2019-1/5/2020

    How do artists respond to war? What makes effective protest art? Does art change in times of crisis?

  • Minnesota Bluegrass Fall Jam

    Minnesota Bluegrass Fall Jam

    3131 Campus Dr, Plymouth
    Minneapolis / St Paul > West Metro > Plymouth
    Phone: (651) 456-8919

    Date(s): 11/16/2019-11/17/2019

    Indoor music festival at the beautiful Crowne Plaza in Plymouth, MN. Featuring numerous groups performing bluegrass, old-time stringband, and related forms of acoustic music. Nightly stage shows, Instrument workshops, Theme Jams, Open Mic, Grass Seeds Academy for kids/teens, the Great Minnesota Ukulele Gathering, Check it all out at Minnesotabluegrass.org

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    Jonathan Herrera Soto: In Between / Underneath (Entre / Por Debajo)

    2400 3rd Ave S, Minneapolis
    Minneapolis / St Paul > Minneapolis/St Paul > Minneapolis
    Phone: (888) 642-2787

    Date(s): 7/19/2019-11/3/2019

    Jonathan Herrera Soto will create a new rendition of his installation "In Between / Underneath (Entre / Por Debajo)." The work will depict recently murdered and missing Mexican journalists, highlighting the record number of journalists killed. In exploring our relationship with complicated and often distant systems of state-sponsored violence, the exhibition invites audiences to interact with the faces representing the politically dispossessed - people who have disappeared, are incarcerated, or were executed.

  • A New Brain

    A New Brain

    1800 W Old Shakopee Rd, Bloomington
    Minneapolis / St Paul > South Metro > Bloomington
    Phone: (952) 563-8575

    Date(s): 10/18/2019-11/9/2019

    Gordon Schwinn, a frustrated composer of a children's TV show, unexpectedly has a medical emergency and is rushed to the hospital. As he drifts in and out of consciousness, Gordon contemplates his life, legacy, and the meaning of music.

  • Mendelssohn's Italian Symphony with Francois Leleux

    Mendelssohn's Italian Symphony with Francois Leleux

    345 Washington St, St Paul
    Minneapolis / St Paul > Minneapolis/St Paul > St Paul
    Phone: (651) 291-1144

    Date(s): 11/15/2019, 11/23/2019, 11/24/2019

    Viva l'Italia! Mendelssohn embraced this land of bright sunshine and hot-blooded romance, qualities he infused into his ebullient Italian Symphony. And he learned well the lessons of heartfelt singing from that birthplace of opera, which he translated into the achingly pure melodies of his Songs Without Words. Schubert's stirring Overture also honors Italian opera, while a standout concerto from Haydn’s time points to Italy's role in creating a new kind of star: the virtuoso soloist.

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    Mapping Black Identities

    2400 3rd Ave S, Minneapolis
    Minneapolis / St Paul > Minneapolis/St Paul > Minneapolis
    Phone: (888) 642-2787

    Date(s): 2/21/2019-3/15/2020

    Taking inspiration from Mia's recent acquisition of Frank Bowling's map painting False Start (1970), "Mapping Black Identities" challenges the notion of Black identity as monolithic. Championing the diverse experiences of artists from America, Africa, and the diaspora, this exhibition seeks to amplify underrepresented voices and create connections around the concept of Blackness in contemporary art across time and place.

  • Wayward Theatre Company Presents Shakespeare's "Macbeth"

    Wayward Theatre Company Presents Shakespeare's "Macbeth"

    240 Summit Ave, St Paul
    Minneapolis / St Paul > Minneapolis/St Paul > St Paul
    Phone: (651) 297-2555

    Date(s): 10/18/2019-11/24/2019

    Macbeth, considered by many to be Shakespeare's greatest tragedy, brings us deep into the minds of an ambitious Scottish family whose dreams of the throne ultimately end in a living nightmare. Set in the 1940s, this version of the play by Wayward Theatre Company staged throughout the James J. Hill House with the audience moving from room to room and participating in the scenes.

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    A Weakness for French Prints: The Harry Drake Collection

    2400 3rd Ave S, Minneapolis
    Minneapolis / St Paul > Minneapolis/St Paul > Minneapolis
    Phone: (888) 642-2787

    Date(s): 6/22/2019-3/8/2020

    Stroll the streets of Paris and explore the French countryside in a time before cars clogged the lanes and boulevards. In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, printmakers found inspiration along riverbanks, in narrow alleyways, and down back roads. They observed the lives of the haves and the have-nots. They recorded celebration and desperation.

  • Federweisser Festival and Art Fair

    Federweisser Festival and Art Fair

    10020 Deer Garden Ln, Chisago City
    Minneapolis / St Paul > St Croix River Valley > Chisago City
    Phone: (651) 257-1017

    Date(s): 10/26/2019-10/27/2019

    This is a German style festival which allows guests to sample some of our wine made from the 2019 harvest. The wine is not fully fermented nor finished, but is quite refreshing. Come enjoy the festivities as we sample from the barrel or tank.

  • Victorian Seance: Fact or Fiction?

    Victorian Seance: Fact or Fiction?

    265 S Exchange St, St Paul
    Minneapolis / St Paul > Minneapolis/St Paul > St Paul
    Phone: (651) 296-8760

    Date(s): 10/24/2019, 10/25/2019, 10/26/2019

    Experience elements of a Victorian seance in this one-of-a-kind event.

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    Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire in Concert

    1111 Nicollet Mall, Minneapolis
    Minneapolis / St Paul > Minneapolis/St Paul > Minneapolis
    Phone: (800) 292-4141

    Date(s): 10/25/2019-10/26/2019, 10/27/2019

    Head back to Hogwarts and bring on the dragons, as Harry Potter is picked by the Goblet of Fire to compete in the Triwizard Tournament. The Minnesota Orchestra performs Patrick Doyle's inspiring full score while Harry, his friends and He Who Must Not Be Named soar across the big screen in a truly magical immersive experience.

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    The Expressionist Figure: 100 Years of Modern and Contemporary Drawing

    725 Vineland Pl, Minneapolis
    Minneapolis / St Paul > Minneapolis/St Paul > Minneapolis
    Phone: (612) 375-7600

    Date(s): 11/17/2019-4/19/2020

    This exhibition features some 100 works on paper that explore the expressive potential of the human body. In this richly varied presentation, viewers will find portraiture, social satire, narrative, fantasy, and erotica in mediums ranging from crayon, ink, and graphite to watercolor, pastel, and collage.

  • Meet Jeff Kinney

    Meet Jeff Kinney

    60 E Broadway, Bloomington
    Minneapolis / St Paul > South Metro > Bloomington
    Phone: (952) 883-8800

    Date(s): 11/16/2019

    The Wrecking Ball Show is crashing into your town soon! Come prepared with smashing enthusiasm and join Jeff Kinney this November for the most epically disastrous event to celebrate the publication of "Diary of a Wimpy Kid #14". The Wrecking Ball Show is jam-packed with opportunities to build your own cartoons, destroy the trivia competition, manufacture some dance moves and collapse with laughter. If you're not completely wrecked, stick around after the show for a photo with Jeff. The Wrecking Ball Show is one hour in length and appropriate for the whole family.

  • Bracelets & Beer

    Bracelets & Beer

    15201 Running Aces Blvd, Columbus
    Minneapolis / St Paul > North Metro > Columbus
    Phone: (800) RUN-ACES

    Date(s): 11/6/2019

    Make an aromatherapy diffused bracelet with your choice of essential oil. Tickets are $20 which includes all supplies and a drink ticket. Space is limited.

  • Richard Egarr Plays Bach

    Richard Egarr Plays Bach

    900 Stillwater Road, Mahtomedi
    Minneapolis / St Paul > St Croix River Valley > Mahtomedi
    Phone: (651) 291-1144

    Date(s): 10/20/2019

    Our first Baroque program of the season features the music of the two masters of the German Baroque, Bach and Telemann, who were friends and mutual admirers. For his official Artistic Partner debut, Richard Egarr has selected an orchestral suite by each, both of which showcase the SPCO winds, as well as some intimate chamber music by Telemann. Egarr solos on Bach's dramatic D Minor Harpsichord Concerto to bring the concert to a fiery conclusion.

  • The Misperception of Working Class Conservatism with Dorothy Sue Cobble

    The Misperception of Working Class Conservatism with Dorothy Sue Cobble

    345 Kellogg Blvd W, St Paul
    Minneapolis / St Paul > Minneapolis/St Paul > St Paul
    Phone: (651) 259-3000

    Date(s): 11/9/2019, 11/10/2019

    Why do stereotypes claiming that working-class voters are more likely to be conservative persist—despite historical evidence to the contrary? Explore why negative images of workers have endured across the decades, and how a resurgence of class condescension perpetuates social and economic inequality today with Professor Dorothy Sue Cobble.

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