*****Events and Activities*****
A Guthrie Experience for Actors in Training presents:
July 30 – August 3
Guthrie Theater, 818 Second Street South, Dowling Studio
Pulse can be our human pulse, the pulse of a community, our vital signs or what’s happening now. How do we find our own humanity in a world bursting with technology? Has greed run amok? Humans, robots and Fates interact in a world where reality, illusion and hope pulse with the thriving energy of deep human desires. How can we learn again to see, to feel, to speak and to find the truth? Since 1997, A Guthrie Experience for Actors in Training has brought a company of the most talented young actors from across the country to Minnesota to study, experience, create and absorb the culture of the Guthrie and our vibrant theatrical community. This program helps inspire them toward a career in the theater and encourages them to return to the Guthrie stages professionally. As one of the culminating activities of the program, the ten actors of the 2014 company will present a special showpiece for the public, devised by the actors of 2014 and director Marcela Lorca. All tickets are $10. For information: http://www.guthrietheater.org/plays_events/plays/_guthrie_experience_actors_training_2014.
Mill City Farmers Market – Kids in the Kitchen Day
Saturday, August 2, 8 am – 1 pm
Chicago Avenue between Second Street South and West River Parkway
It’s officially summer in Minnesota — sweet corn is in (!!!), as well as blueberries (for just a few more weeks), heirloom tomatoes, green beans, cucumbers and all that we wait for all winter long! Bring your kids, nieces, nephews and other little ones down to the Market from 8 to 10 am for a fun veggie + art kids’ activity with Monica from Budding Farmers. This week’s10 am Cooking Demo will showcase Market Chef Heather Hartman and “Kids in the Kitchen” cooking contest winner and birthday girl — Vanessa Reyes-Romero (age 9 on Saturday). Vanessa will be showing us how to prepare her winning recipe:Fresh Mexican Flag salad. Get recipes from this demo and every Mill City Cooks demo this season in the Market’s recipe archive at http://millcityfarmersmarket.org/category/recipes/. From 10 to 10:45 am, check out a preview for this summer’s rendition of King Arthur: A Picnic Operetta –English baroque gets punked. From 11 am to 1 pm, MCFM welcomes Light of the Moon Trio. The Trio serves up a wide range of roots music from the American South, ranging from Appalachian tunes and old-time country, Country Blues and Swing…on banjo, guitars, harmonicas, feet, voices, tinwhistle and more. Because UCareis “health care that starts with you,” visit UCare’s sponsor booth for a free tote bag, their new one-cup portion bowl and other wellness items and information from their LivingWell program. The Art Market will feature Aprilierre, Sunrise Artists and Annika Kaplan. For more information (including what products are expected at the market this week – don’t forget your shopping list), recipes and to sign up for the market’s email newsletter: http://millcityfarmersmarket.org/.
Kroening Interpretive Center Programs (Three Rivers Park District)
North Mississippi Regional Park, 4900 Mississippi Court
For information: 763-694-7693; for map and driving instructions: http://www.minneapolisparks.org/default.asp?PageID=4&parkid=430. For programs that require reservations, call 763-559-6700 or register on-line: http://www.threeriversparkdistrict.org.
Animal Care Camp
August 11 — 14
Learn how to care for reptiles and amphibians. Net minnows and crayfish in the creek and sweep for grasshoppers in the prairie, then use what you find to feed the education animals. Observe and handle turtles, toads and salamanders. Meet a snake and create a play area for a wood turtle. Fill feeders and spy on the animals that visit them. Discover what animals need to survive and design your own animal habitat. Restricted to participants age 7 to 9. $204. Reservations required. To register:http://www.threeriversparks.org/events/A/animal-care-camp.aspx.
Habitat Story Sticks and Games
Saturday, August 16, 10 am – 12 noon
Learn about habitats. Hike through the park, play a game, then create a story using story sticks you’ve made. Restricted to participants age 5 and older. $5. Reservations required. 20% discount for groups of four or more. To register:http://www.threeriversparks.org/events/H/habitat-story-sticks-and-games–.aspx.
Free Family Fun Day: Story Walking – If You’re Not from the Prairie
Sunday, August 17, 1 – 3 pm, ongoing
Drop in anytime! Explore a different topic each week through hands-on activities that everyone can enjoy at their own pace.This program is free and open to all ages.
Nicollet Island Concerts
All concerts at 7 pm unless noted
Nicollet Island Amphitheater, 40 Power Street
Free. For updates and more information: http://www.mplsmusicandmovies.com/.
Monday, August 11 – Bossa Jazz Band (jazz with a Bossa twist)
Samples of Classes and Activities at the Minnesota Center for Book Arts
1011 Washington Avenue South, 612-215-2520, http://www.mnbookarts.org.
Hours: Monday 10 am — 5 pm, Tuesday 10 am — 9 pm, Wednesday-Saturday 10 am — 5 pm, Sunday 12 noon – 4 pm
Class details, instructor biographies, registration details and online registration are all available at above web site. You may also register by calling 612-215-2520. Note: This is only a sampling of classes, focusing on those that are less expensive and that don’t require experience.
Family Class: Let’s Go to the State Fair!
with Ellen Ferrari
Tuesday, August 12, 10 am – 12 noon
Get ready for the Minnesota State Fair with Donald Crews’ Night at the Fair. Buy your ticket (book) — yay! Enjoy some scrumptious food on a stick (book) — yum! Visit your favorite animals at the livestock barn (book) — noisy! Take a spin on a midway ride (book) — whee! We’ll even share some snacks on a stick. Join Ellen Ferrari for family book arts fun. Each workshop starts off with a story and game to warm up your creativity and then dives into a book arts project. Workshops accommodate a range of developmental levels so that adults and children (or) adult/child teams may choose to work together or side-by-side. Each participant receives supplies to use during the workshop, but may choose to bring one set home if working with his or her partner. Ellen will provide older children with suggestions for extending their learning. For families with children ages 2-10. Adult/child pair: $32 ($29 members) + $6 supply fee; additional participant (adult or child): $16 ($14.50 members) + $3 supply fee. For more information and to register: http://www.mnbookarts.org/family/.
Mill City Museum Programs and Events
704 Second Street South
For more information about Mill City Museum events call 612-341-7555, or visit http://www.millcitymuseum.org.
Minneapolis History Pub Crawl: Washington Avenue
Tuesday, August 12, 6:30 – 8:30 pm
Discover Minneapolis’ rich history and satisfy your thirst with a history pub crawl along Washington Avenue. Travel down this busy thoroughfare and hear about the importance of railroads, warehousing, flour milling, immigration, entertainment and vice to the story of Minneapolis. An air-conditioned bus will take participants through the neighborhoods along Washington Avenue from 35W to Plymouth Ave. N, with stops at a number of historic sights, including two watering holes housed in historic buildings. The tour includes two blocks of moderately paced walking. Please call ahead to make arrangements for guests with limited mobility. Tours are held rain or shine. Ages 21 and up only. Drink purchases are not included in the tour price, but drink specials will be made available at participating locations. For more information visit http://www.millcitymuseum.org/tours. Fee: $25/$20 for MNHS members. Reservations required; call 612-341-7555 or register online.
Mill City Live: The Cloak Ox
Thursday, August 13, 6 pm
The Cloak Ox is made up of indie rock vets Andrew Broder and longtime friends and sometimes bandmates Jeremy Ylvisaker, Mark Erickson and Martin Dosh. In 2011 the group topped City Pages new artist Picked to Click list and in 2013 their full length “Shoot the Dog” made top ten lists by the Star Tribune and City Pages. Set in the museum’s dramatic open air Ruin Courtyard, Mill City Live features four outdoor concerts in August by some of the best local artists for a unique happy hour experience. Visit Mill City Museum before or after the show; the $5 concert fee includes admission to the museum from 4 to 9 pm. Food and drink by D’Amico Catering is available for purchase. Media support for Mill City Live is provided by Vita.mn and 89.3 the Current. For more information visit http://www.millcitymuseum.org/millcitylive. Fee: $5/free for MNHS members; includes museum admission from 4 to 9 pm. Reservations recommended; register online.
Riverfront Quest Family Tour
Saturday, August 16, 1 pm (bookmaking 1 — 1:30 pm, tour 1:30 — 2:30 pm)
Try out questing with a family-focused tour of the Minneapolis riverfront outside Mill City Museum. A Quest is a community treasure hunt that guides people through, and teaches them to see, a unique part of their community. This quest includes solving rhyming riddles and searching for hidden boxes with pictures to place in a quest journal that participants can make before the tour. Journal materials and admission to Mill City Museum are included in the tour cost. The tour is designed for ages 6–11, but can be enjoyed by all ages. Adults and seniors must be accompanying a child. The tour includes one mile of moderately paced walking on uneven surfaces. Please call ahead to make arrangements for guests with limited mobility. The tour will begin and end at Mill City Museum, where participants can visit the museum’s gallery, included in the price of the tour. Tours are held rain or shine. For more information visit http://www.millcitymuseum.org/tours. Fee: $11 adults, $9 seniors and college students, $10 children ages 6-17; $7 MHS members ages 6-17, free for adult and senior MHS members. Reservations: required, call 612-341-7555 or register online.
Washburn A Mill Tour
Sunday, August 17, 1 pm
Take an in-depth look at the historic Washburn A Mill complex and the award-winning Mill City Museum building. A museum interpreter will take visitors into the building’s many nooks and crannies, highlighting the lives of the men and women who worked there, how the building functioned during its peak flour milling years and the many changes to the building over time. This is the only opportunity for a guided tour through the entire museum building and the only chance to see some of its non-public spaces. The tour includes admission to the museum gallery, Baking Lab, Water Lab and Flour Tower show. For more information visit http://www.millcitymuseum.org/tours. Fee: $14 adults, $12 seniors and college students, $10 children ages 6-17 and MNHS members. Tour includes museum admission. Reservations required; call 612-341-7555 or register online.
Father Hennepin Bluffs Park Concerts and Movies
All concerts at 7 pm unless noted; movies start 15 minutes after sunset
Father Hennepin Bluffs Park, 420 Main Street SE
The great tradition of the music-movie combo on Tuesdays at Father Hennepin continues with a movie showing after the concert, along with Food Truck Tuesdays. The Film Society of Minneapolis-St. Paul is partnering with the MPRB to show selections from the “Minnesota Made” category of the 2014 Minneapolis-St. Paul International Film Festival. Come early to learn about the society and the festival and to meet the film creators. Free. For updates and more information:http://www.mplsmusicandmovies.com/.
Tuesday, August 12 – War Poets (rock/Americana)
Movie – Old Man
Minnehaha Park Outdoor Concerts and Movies
Minnehaha Falls, 4801 South Minnehaha Park Drive
All shows at 7 p.m. except as noted; movies start 15 minutes after sunset
Minnehaha Falls, 4810 South Minnehaha Park Drive
In case of rain, concerts will be held in the Minnehaha Falls Pavilion. Free. Concert schedule is subject to change. For updates and more information: http://www.mplsmusicandmovies.com/.
Wednesday, August 13 – She Has Issues (pop/theatre/rock)
Thursday, August 14 – Hibcap (funk, rock, Latin, jazz)
Friday, August 15 – Doug Otto & the Getaways (rockin’ country and blues)
Sample of Performances at MacPhail Center for Music
501 Second Street South
For more information about events (including student performances) and classes: http://www.macphail.org or 612-321-0100.
Jazz Camp Concert
Friday, August 15, 3 pm
Come Out and Play Family Nature Club
Thursday, August 14, 9 – 10 am
Saturday, August 16, 4 – 5 pm
B.F. Nelson Park
You don’t need to leave the city or even your neighborhood to enjoy fun in nature. It’s time to get outside and play! Come Out and Play is a free, no-registration, no-obligation program that encourages families to get out and enjoy nature. Research shows that kids who spend time in nature are more relaxed, happier, learn and sleep better, and enjoy better physical health than those who spend the majority of their time indoors. Join the club leader and her children in a natural setting for some unstructured play and exploration. Kids of all ages and their adults are welcome, including (of course) babes-in-arms. Each month the club leader picks a new location in a Minneapolis park to explore. The club meets on weekdays and weekends so all families have the opportunity to participate. Click Here for dates and locations and to register.
Sample of Activities and Classes at The Loft
1011 Washington Avenue South
For information about The Loft’s wide variety of classes and other activities: http://www.loft.org.
Janet Burroway Reading
Friday, August 15, 7 pm
Losing Tim is a memoir by a mother about a soldier son who killed himself. It’s not an easy read. But it’s a beautiful one. Burroway, a National Book Award nominee, welcomes readers to grieve along with her, while also providing a lens into how soldiers, and military contractors, like her son, are changed by their combat experiences. Jonathan Shay, author of Achilles in Vietnam: Combat Trauma and the Undoing of Character, a highly acclaimed volume on PTSD, and a 2007 MacArthur Foundation Fellow, comments in the book’s foreword, ”To me, the pain recalls Homer’s Iliad, in which, as James Tatum puts it in The Mourner’s Song, ‘the beauty [of the poetry] is in the killing.’” Janet Burroway is the author of eight novels, plays, poetry, essays, texts for dance and children’s books. She was nominated for the National Book Award in 1977 for her novel Raw Silk. Her Writing Fiction: A Guide to Narrative Craft is the most widely used creative writing text in America, and her multi-genreImaginative Writing is out in a third edition. Her most recent novel is Bridge of Sand (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2009), and her play Medea with Child was produced in 2010 by Sideshow Theatre Company in Chicago. She is at work on a musical adaptation of Barry Unsworth’s novel Morality Play with composer Matthew M. Kiedrowski. She is the Robert O. Lawton Distinguished Professor Emerita at Florida State University. Her most recent book is Losing Tim, a memoir about her son, a private contractor in the Iraq War.
Women’s Prison Book Project
Saturday, August 16, 7 pm
Join us as we celebrate 20 years of the Women’s Prison Book Project.
Smack Shack’s Crayfish Block Party
Saturday, August 16, 12 noon – 8 pm
Smack Shack, 603 Washington Avenue North
If Cajun crayfish are your thing, check out Smack Shack’s Crayfish Block Party. The fest includes an all-you-can-eat Louisiana-style crayfish boil, all-you-can-drink hurricanes and beer. There also will be live music and a crayfish-eating contest. Tickets are $40 in advance, $50 at the door and are available at smack-shack.com.
Diaspora, A Fashion Show
Saturday, August 16, 9 pm
The Lab Theater, 700 First Street North
Diaspora: a unique approach to history through the fashion lens. The movement of African people has influenced North and South American, Asian, African and European history. Through the inclusion of diverse design talent, models, music and art, the show celebrates the variety of the African diaspora and provides a clear vision for the future. Hair and makeup provided by The Beauty Lounge. Hosts: KMOJ’s Shed G and Kare11′s Adrienne Broaddus, with music by Liquid Crystal Project & DJ3J. For more information and tickets: http://www.showclix.com/event/DiasporaaFashionShow.
Activities at the Soap Factory
Soap Factory, 514 Second Street SE
Souvenirs from Americana, a Talking Image Connection Reading
Saturday, August 16, 8 pm
Talking Image Connection is a free event which brings together writers, contemporary art and new audiences in art galleries around the Twin Cities. Performers, composers and writers Kool Akiem, Lisa Brimmer, Sharon Chmielarz, Donte Collins and IBé Kaba invent music, stories, poems and other souvenirs in response to “Americana,” an exhibition curated by Ben Heywood, that “considers the assumptions and stereotypes of this mythic land.” August’s TIC reading is co-curated and co-hosted by Saymoukda Vongsay and Alison Morse. For more information: http://www.soapfactory.org/exhibit.php?content_id=700.
John Stevens and the State Fair
Sunday, August 17, 2 pm
John H. Stevens House, 4801 Minnehaha Avenue
Storyteller Larry Johnson will explain the story of John Stevens and the first State Fair – how it all started. For information: 612-722-2220 or http://www.johnhstevenshouse.org/index.html.
Sunday, September 7, 4 – 7:30 pm
Mill City Museum Train Shed, 750 Second Street South
Celebrate the bounty of the harvest with a delicious farmers market dinner that will benefit the Mill City Farmers Market. Enjoy cocktails, local beer and wine, live music and unique silent and live auctions. This year, the market chefs will prepare a flavorful menu featuring the three sisters — corn, squash and beans – grown from ancient seeds and harvested by Paul Red Elk at Northern Lakes Wild Rice. The annual Sustainable Soiree supports the market’s mission to inspire and nurture a healthy community by building a local, sustainable and organic food economy in a vibrant, educational marketplace. Harvesting a healthy community since 2004, the Mill City Farmer’s Market is a nonprofit organization that relies on sponsors to fund its Healthy Foods – Local Farmers initiatives. Seating is limited, so please RSVP by August 15. Tickets may be purchased athttp://millcityfarmersmarket.org/support-the-market/mcfm-benefit-dinner/.
Brews and Canoes
Wednesday, September 10, 6 – 8:30 pm
Aria, 105 First Street North
Friends of the Boundary Waters Wilderness is celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Wilderness Act with Brews and Canoes! There are nine breweries from across Minnesota participating in Brews and Canoes – a craft beer competition celebrating Minnesota’s outdoors and the 50th Anniversary of the Wilderness Act. The competing breweries are ready to battle for the coveted Star of the North (Best in Show) trophy and awards in several other categories. FBWW and its brewery partners will cap off Brews and Canoes at a ticketed tasting event at Aria in Minneapolis on Wednesday, September 10. The event will feature samples of the commemorative collection, live music and the announcement of champion beers in categories including Best Northern Lights (light-bodied, light-colored beers including, but not limited to, lagers and pilsners); Best Night Skies (heavy-bodied, dark-colored beers including, but not limited to, ales and stouts); Fish Fry’s Finest (best beer pairing with a shore lunch); Best Campfire Companion (best beer to drink around a campfire with friends) and Call of the Wild (most pioneering brew or experimental beer). Tickets to attend the tasting event and live concert go on sale athttps://www.eventbrite.com/e/brews-and-canoes-tasting-and-awards-tickets-10138856593 beginning August 1. Admission will include beer samples, food and a signature take-home Brews and Canoes tasting glass. For more event information, ticket prices and updates on the tasting event, continue to visit the Brews and Canoes page on the FBWW website throughout the summer. – See more at: http://www.friends-bwca.org/programs/brewsandcanoes/#sthash.bi5YHu7a.dpuf.
The Guthrie Theater presents
a Pillsbury House Theatre and
The Mount Curve Company co-production of
Marcus; or the Secret of Sweet
by Tarell Alvin McCraney
directed by Marion McClinton
September 12 – October 5
Guthrie Theater, 818 Second Street South, Dowling Studio
Pillsbury House Theatre and the Mount Curve Company return to the Dowling Studio for the final installment of Tarell Alvin McCraney’s acclaimed “Brother/Sister Plays” trilogy. Newly 18-year-old Marcus is haunted by dreams and dogged by doubts among his friends and family. Days before an ominous storm on the Louisiana bayou, Marcus journeys to discover who he is and where he comes from by unraveling the secrets of his deceased father Elegba. As Marcus pieces together his own ancestral legacy with help from his tightly-knit, intergenerational community, he realizes the special power that being “sweet” brings. Tony Award-nominated Marion McClinton returns to direct this powerful coming-of-age, coming-out story that infuses ordinary life with West African mythology. For information: http://www.guthrietheater.org/plays_events/plays/marcus_or_secret_sweet.
The Heidi Chronicles
by Wendy Wasserstein
directed by Leigh Silverman
September 13 – October 26
Opening Night: Friday, September 19
Guthrie Theater, 818 Second Street South, Wurtele Thrust Stage
Witty, insightful and poignant, The Heidi Chronicles traces the coming of age of Heidi Holland from high school in the radicalʼ60s to her career as an art historian in the heartless ʼ80s. As Heidi determines her place in society and how to juggle success and failures in work, friendship, romance and motherhood, The Heidi Chronicles asks the ever-present question: Can women have it all? Variety raved “not many plays manage Heidi’s feat of inducing almost continuous laughter while forcing the audience to examine its preconceptions,” while the New York Daily News called it “not just a funny play, but a wise one.” Leigh Silverman, the Tony Award-nominated director of the hit Broadway musical Violet, will make her Guthrie debut at the helm of this Pulitzer Prize-winning gem. For information and tickets: https://www.guthrietheater.org/plays_events/plays/_heidi_chronicles.
Preserve Minneapolis Tour: East Hennepin: Behind the Scenes
Sunday, September 14, 10 am
The bustling commercial district surrounding East Hennepin Avenue has hosted many names throughout the years, but everyone knows its unforgettable landmarks . . . Surdyk’s, Nye’s, Kramarczuk’s, Historic Main Street and Our Lady of Lourdes Church. Located across the Hennepin Bridge from Downtown, this neighborhood was originally established in 1855 as the Town of St. Anthony Falls and later merged with the City of Minneapolis in 1872. Its proximity to the Mississippi River, Downtown, the University and Northeast Minneapolis have made it an influential hub for transit, industry and commerce. The last decade has brought dramatic change, and the area around East Hennepin is now considered one of the trendiest and most exciting places in Minneapolis to eat, shop and live. Fortunately, the area has managed to maintain its old-world flavor to this day. Join us for a “behind-the-scenes” history of the busy streets, unique businesses, and colorful people that have shaped this popular walking neighborhood. Hear amazing stories told from the perspective of individuals who have lived and worked here, through good times and bad. Come away with perspective on what life and work here might have actually felt like throughout this neighborhood’s most defining eras. This tour will walk approximately 10-12 city blocks. The tour guides are Scott Parkin and Michael Rainville. Cost: $8. Buy tickets (for the September 14th tour) on Eventbrite. For basic tour information and a list of other tours: www.preserveminneapolis.org/wpfile/tours/
*****Input, Participation and Stewardship Opportunities*****
Park Board Ecological System Plan Input Sought
Community Advisory Committee Meeting: Thursday, August 7, 5:30 – 7:30 pm
Park Board Headquarters, 2117 West River Road North
The Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board (MPRB) and the Mississippi Watershed Management Organization (MWMO) are preparing the first-ever Ecological System Plan. This plan will set a vision for making parks and public lands more friendly to the environment. An appointed Community Advisory Committee (CAC) will help guide the plan, with the first of several CAC meetings scheduled for Thursday, August 7. The public may attend CAC meetings, which feature a brief public comment period at the end of each meeting. The Ecological System Plan will seek to first understand the ecology of the city and watershed, then plan for parks and public lands management and improvements that benefit both humans and nature. It will address specific threats such as climate change, decreasing water quality, explosion of invasive species, increasing runoff and fragmentation of habitat. It will envision a more environmentally sound way of managing the impacts of the city, so that the city can be cleaner, greener, cooler and more efficient. For more information on the plan and other ways the public may provide input: http://content.govdelivery.com/attachments/MNPARKREC/2014/07/28/file_attachments/311058/2014-07-25_News_Release_CAC1.pdf.
*****Contests, Awards, Grants and Funding Resources*****
Mississippi Minute Film Festival Contest
One River, One Minute, Your Vision – The Minneapolis Riverfront Partnership invites you to share your vision of the Mississippi River in Minneapolis in a 60-second long video that informs, energizes and inspires. Sitting within blocks of thousands of Minneapolis downtown workers, residents and visitors is one of the greatest natural wonders in the world, a national park, the Mississippi River. The trouble is, too many people don’t realize it’s there. While revitalization efforts have reclaimed portions of the Minneapolis riverfront, much of it is still inaccessible and in places virtually invisible. The Minneapolis Riverfront Partnership seeks to make the invisible visible and will unveil the best submissions at their annual Riverfront Summit on October 20 via the engaging medium of video. Create a vision that tugs at heartstrings or makes people laugh, that showcases an appreciation for – or the future potential of – the urban riverfront in Minneapolis. Submissions are due August 31, 2014, at 5 pm. For more information, including the categories, jury list and how to submit an entry: http://minneapolisriverfrontpartnership.org/mississippi-minute/.
Marcy-Holmes “Box Fresh” Utility Wraps Project
The Marcy-Holmes Neighborhood Association (MHNA) has commissioned six local artists to create original artwork to cover utility boxes throughout Marcy-Holmes. This project adds public art to historic Marcy-Holmes, enlivening the streetscape and featuring artwork by people associated with the neighborhood. “I think this is a really exciting new development for the neighborhood,” said Ben Heywood, Executive Director of The Soap Factory, an art space in Marcy-Holmes and one of the managers of the project. “Marcy-Holmes is Minneapolis’ oldest neighborhood with a rich and varied history of support of the arts”. The MHNA and the Soap Factory, sponsored the project. For more information, including the box locations:http://marcy-holmes.org/news-events/box-fresh-utility-box-wraps-now-on-display/.
*****Riverfront News Articles*****
Riverfront Condo Listing
Upper Harbor Terminal
ARTshare at Southern Theater
Riverfront Tech Business
Mississippi Minute Film Festival
Dinkytown Greenway Connection
Red Stag Block Party
Encore Development Proposal near Guthrie
602 North First Street Project
Target Aquatennial Fireworks (Note: This event has already occurred)
Video of finale thanks to Mill City Times: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zcxWWUnCx5E&feature=youtu.be
Northeast Dog Parade (Note: This event has already occurred)
Mill City Farmers Market Weaver
Riverfront Business Space 150
River Rats Ski Show
Vanya and Sonya and Masha and Spike at Guthrie
Downtown Condo Market
Tenth Avenue Bridge Rehab
Event Will Close West River Parkway on July 29
Kräftskiva and Other Events
Upper St. Anthony Falls Lock and Dam
Riverfront Housing Development Proposals
Alatus Riverfront Proposal
Another New North Loop Restaurant
Fringe Festival at Rarig
Minneapolis Historic App