Southern rock fans won't want to miss The Outlaws and Molly Hatchet, performing live at the Medina ballroom this month. Tickets starting at $40, visit the Medina Entertainment Center website for details.
Lisa Fenske, writing for Minneapolis Running, reviews Thanksgiving Day races in Minnesota. From the Lifetime Turkey Day 5K in downtown Minneapolis to Lake Harriet's Drumstick Dash 10K and outstate options, she outlines opportunities for burning calories before the feast. Visit minneapolisrunning.com to find "10 Thanksgiving Day Races in Minnesota," complete with links to sign up for your favorite race.
Hennepin Technical College celebrates successful women professionals who are forging pathways in unconventional fields in Minnesota. These trailblazers are finding career success in the arts, construction, criminal justice, engineering, government, manufacturing, and technology.
"Shop by Holiday Lights" is a favorite tradition in Victoria. Both Willa June and White Birch House will be all decked out and offering special discounts, snacks & beverages in a truly unique, festively lit atmosphere.
The Eden Prairie and Edina Chambers of Commerce will host a progressive networking luncheon for women. Guests will move to different tables for each course to meet area businesswomen. In addition to meeting new contacts, attendees can practice networking strategies from the moderator to help break the ice.
Celebrate the season with Bubba Brayna, her beloved grandchild, and a very unexpected (and hungry!) visitor at the opening matinee. This charming, heartwarming, and festive tale of mistaken identity will delight young and old alike. Ages 3+. Running December 6-22.
Shop for fresh produce, farmstead products and unique handcrafted items. Fresh food, fun and gift items in a family-friendly atmosphere. Hopkins brings the market indoors to the Community Center this time of year.
Discover wintertime fun with creative ways to embrace the season. Take a quick knitting lesson from Knitteapolis Yarnbomber and model your creation for the photo booth. Make art, sip a warm libation, enjoy live music from Eric Mayson and Dancebums and take a winter-themed tour of Mia’s collection.
Mark the Winter Solstice - when the earth's tilt brings the shortest day and longest night of the year - in Swedish style. Dress to enjoy the magical winter courtyard, catch a variety of musical performances, make crafts, tour the Mansion's decorated holiday rooms, shop for Nordic gifts, and enjoy festival treats from FIKA.
A celebration of family, community and culture featuring traditional candle-lighting, a libation ceremony, storytelling by Northando Zulu from the Black Story Tellers Alliance, an Ethiopian coffee ceremony by Astor Nebo, Voice of Culture Drum and Dance, gifts and crafts.