Top Ten Events
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Top 10 Current/Upcoming Events
Munsinger Clemens Botanical Society
July 21, 2016
Munsinger Clemens Botanical Society presents "Art Fair in the Gardens, featuring artists from all over the state who are skilled in garden art, pottery, photography, painting, sculpture, woodworking, weaving and more. Visitors are encouraged to browse and purchase some wonderful pieces of artwork to take home. At the Gazebo in Munsinger Gardens there will be live music by "Pushing Chain" from 11:30 am to 1:30 pm. Cristina Seaborn will perform from 2:30 to 4:30. Cathie English will perform from 5:00 to 7:00. Carlos Quinche will be playing native flutes all day in Clemens Gardens. Food and beverages are available on site all day. The event is free and open to the public, free parking. Artists: for more information about exhibiting in this juried event contact the art fair committee at email@example.com.
Great River Arts Center
June 30, 2016
Join us as Great River Arts hosts Rock the Park 7!! at Maple Island Park in Little Falls. This FREE outdoor concert is a celebration of our community and local talent as we welcome LaVerne & the Starlites and headliners, Brothers Tone & The Big Groove.
Rock the Park is a unique concert experience because of its representation of local talent, most of the members in Brothers Tone and The Big Groove are from the Little Falls area. This FREE outdoor concert on the banks of the Mississippi is a perfect way to kick off the summer & give back to the community! The event is completely funded by almost 30 local business sponsors, including our 2016 Primary Business Sponsor The Rustic Saloon. Executive Director Jill Moore comments, "it's an outdoor music event that is unparalleled in our region." This year Rock the Park will have beer & wine, a first for the outdoor concert and the return of food trucks!
Munsinger Clemens Botanical Society
July 10, 2016
Meet Jill Moore, Paul Drinkwine and Roger Fink – the talented trio that forms Harper’s Chord, a new local music group that has just release its first full-length CD entitled “Natural Bridge” .
The music of Harper’s Chord’s “Natural Bridge” has a grass-roots, back porch, organic feel to it. The songs that were chosen for this recording seem to tell stories of personal journeys and are easily relatable. There is a simplicity and sweetness to these songs and that gives these diverse musicians the opportunity to showcase their formidable talent. www.harperschord.com/about-us/
Located near the Gazebo in Munsinger Gardens on the banks of the Mississippi River. All concerts are free and the Munsinger Clemens Botanical Society will again sell those fabulous $1 root beer floats.
Paramount Center for the Arts
July 11-August 12, 2016
Summer Camps Week 1: July 11-15
CC1: Clay Camp, 9am-12pm (Ages 7-10)
VA1: Squishy Squashy, 9am-12pm (Ages 4-6)
VA2: Adventures in Glass & Jewelry, 9am-12pm (Ages 11-16)
VA3: Adventures in Glass & Jewelry, 1pm-4pm (Ages 7-10)
CC2: Clay Camp, 1pm-4pm (Ages 11-16)
Summer Camps Week 2: July 18-22
VA5: Cartooning, 9am-12pm (Ages 7-10)
CC3: Clay Camp, 9am-12pm (Ages 11-16)
VA4: Paints and Paws, 9am-12pm (Ages 4-6)
VA6: Uptown Funky Art! 1pm-4pm (Ages 11-16)
CC4: Clay Camp, 1pm-4pm (Ages 7-10)
Summer Camps Week 3: July 25-29
VA7: Creative Collages & Messy, 9am-12pm (Ages 4-6)
CC5: Clay Camp, 9am-12pm (Ages 7-10)
VA8: Outside Art, 9am-12pm (Ages 11-16)
VA9: Inside Out, 1pm-4pm (Ages 7-10)
CC6: Clay Camp, 1pm-4pm (Ages 11-16)
Summer Camps Week 4: August 1-5
CC7: Clay Camp, 9am-12pm (Ages 11-16)
VA10: Dragon Dens and Fairy Forts!, 9am-12pm (Ages 4-6)
VA11: Splitter Splatter, 9am-12pm (Ages 7-10)
CC8: Clay Camp, 1pm-4pm (Ages 7-10)
VA12: High Note!, 1pm-4pm (Ages 11-16)
Summer Camps Week 5: August 8-12
VA13: Monstrously Messy!, 9am-12pm (Ages 4-6)
VA13: Comics and Cartoons, 9am-12pm (Ages 11-16)
CC9: Clay Camp, 9am-12pm (Ages 7-10)
VA14: Art for the Garden Create, 1pm-4pm (Ages 7-10)
CC10: Clay Camp, 1pm-4pm (Ages 11-16)
For more information visit http://www.paramountarts.org/classes/
Please contact (320) 257-5928 with any question about the summer camp classes.
CSB/SJU Fine Arts Series
May 27-September 16, 2016
JD's clay work focuses on three components: time, place and material. Jorgenson's work uses native clay, wood firings, as well as techniques learned during his apprenticeship at The Saint John's Pottery Studio combined with current approaches.
Artist Reception: Friday, September 16 from 5:00 - 7:00 p.m.
Artist Talk: 6:00 p.m.
Alice R. Rogers and Target Galleries
Rotary Club of St. Cloud
June 29, 2016
Summertime by George! is a free concert and festival put on by the Rotary Club of St. Cloud at the newly renovated Lake George! The area will be transformed into a fun and active place every Wednesday with free live music from local and regional bands, local vendors, artisans, and a kid's zone for the entire family to enjoy!
Chris Hawkey has been in the music business since the age of 15 and has released four full-length original recordings, including his 2003 CD Minutes to Memories. Chris is also the producer and co-host of Minneapolis' popular AM radio morning show on KFAN 1130, the Powertrip Morning Show. One of the songs from his Minutes to Memories CD can be heard each morning at the conclusion of the show in tribute to the many Americans who have served and lost their lives in the Gulf. As an on-air talent, Chris hosts the KFAN-AM 1130 Motorsports Show heard in syndication each Saturday.
Presented by Grey Plant Mooty
Millstream Arts Festival
September 25, 2016
Downtown St. Joseph, Millstream Arts Festival is an outdoor juried art show held on the last Sunday in September on Main Street in downtown St. Joseph, Minnesota. Millstream is a festive environment with a wide variety of visual arts, music, dance, enticing foods, hands-on art activities for children, and much more!
SOAR Regional Arts
July 21-July 31, 2016
"Oh, the thinks you can think" when Dr. Seuss's best-loved characters collide and cavort in an unforgettable musical caper!
Seussical is a fantastical, magical, musical extravaganza! Tony winners Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty have lovingly brought to life all of our favorite Dr. Seuss characters, including Horton the Elephant, The Cat in the Hat, Gertrude McFuzz, lazy Mayzie, and a little boy with a big imagination--Jojo. The colorful characters transport us from the Jungle of Nool to the Circus McGurkus to the invisible world of the Whos.
July 27-August 1, 2016
BEHIND THE SCENES CLASSES Ages 12-18
Want to get a taste of the behind the scenes magic it takes to put on a play? Students will be building and painting sets or making costumes for upcoming shows. Classes are held at GREAT World Headquarters!
SET BUILDING & PAINTING
T1W7 – JULY 27-28, NOON-4:00PM
INTRO TO SEWING
T2W5 – JULY 11-13, 9:00AM-NOON
T3W8 – AUGUST 1-2, NOON-4:00PM