Museum Day is an annual celebration of boundless curiosity hosted by Smithsonian magazine. Participating museums and cultural institutions across the country provide free entry to anyone presenting a Museum Day ticket.
The Midwest's original Fall Festival is celebrating its 23rd year of family fun in the Twin Cities.
The Largest Corn Maze in Minnesota
Our new location is 3x the size as our previous one & allows us to return to our roots as the largest corn maze in the state! We are also adding new & expanded activities, attractions, vendors, & much more!
Discover Today, Design Your Tomorrow at Girl Time!
Engineers make things faster, stronger, easier, and more fun – but only 13% of the engineering workforce is made up of women. The Works Museum is on a mission to change that! Come discover the amazing things that engineers can do at our annual Girl Time event. Girl Time features kid-friendly, hands-on activities and demos led by female scientists, engineers, and students from all around the Twin Cities. Spend the day exploring, learn how to get involved in STEM activities, and dream up ideas for building a better world.
Rain or shine, join us from 1-5 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 22, 2019, for Open Streets on 50th! We're closing West 50th Street between Wooddale Avenue in Edina and Chowen Avenue in Minneapolis for the fifth-annual Open Streets on 50th!
Shafer Days is an annual celebration, held the third weekend in September. Activities include: parade, fireman’s dance, car show, coronation, treasure hunt, bingo, music, tractor show, food, vendors, and the lawn mower tractor pulls
Join the City of Blaine and residents from across the North Metro for the 11th annual Blaine World Fest celebration. This event is a great opportunity for the City to recognize and share its growing cultural and ethnic diversity. Bring the entire family and learn about different cultures through a variety of entertainment and festivities.
Four Sisters Farmers Market is an Indigenous-centered food market, focused on both Indigenous and hyper-local foods from Phillips and surrounding neighborhoods. Working with native-run farms and food producers, we will help develop a healthy, Indigenous food system that is accessible and welcoming to people in Phillips.
A South Minneapolis music festival featuring 16 local bands across 4 porches that transform into stages. Powderhorn Porchfest is unique in its focus on celebrating local music and local foods. While dancing in the streets to jazz, blues, indie and more you can enjoy sweet and savory delights from half-a-dozen food trucks. Bring the kids, Porchfest is free and friendly for all ages.
Enter the magical world of David Dimitri. Lauded “Lord of the Wire” by New York Times, this world-famous high-wire dancer and veteran of Cirque du Soleil and Big Apple Circus epitomizes innovation as he alone performs an entire circus. Creating what he calls “a unique magic” in the intimate setting of a one-of-a-kind tent, his L’homme Cirque balances dramatic feats like high-wire flips and a human-cannon launch with humor, poetry, and serenades on the accordion. It’s as gripping as it is charming—and with grand flourish, be awestruck as he exits the tent on his high wire, crossing above at 150 feet “and into the sky.”