Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Twin Cities Events

The weather is getting good.  Days are getting longer.  This is when Minnesotans come out of hibernation and start getting happy.  We emerge from our dark homes with a renewed sense of hopefulness and purpose.  Our lives really can consist of more than hours upon hours of Netflicks.

Yay for us!  Here's the short list of events on my calendar.

St. Paul Art Crawl
This weekend!
Explore art in St. Paul.  And something about butterflies.




Sisu Re-Grand Opening
May 1-3
Doors re-open at our new location!  Come check us out at 755 Bielenberg Drive in Tamarak Hills and enjoy 15% off your purchase (and likely a few other treats too).  Hey, did you hear that we are officially the Best Boutique in Woodbury?  Yep, we sure are.

Walk for Animals
Saturday, May 2
For the furbabies!

Lake Nokomis Urban Craft Show
Saturday, May 2
Come shop a variety of local crafters and artists.  Admission is FREE!  There will be crafts and activities for the kiddos too.  Speaking of kiddos - be sure to stop by my friend Katie's shop, Chintz Petit, for her darling baby dresses!


UNITE National Day of Prayer
Thursday, May 7
I'll be singing in the city-wide choir.  Sharing the stage with the likes of Kari Jobe and Francis Chan.  So that's pretty cool.

Cocktails at the Castle: Dynamite Night
Friday, May 15
I'm Swedish!  Mostly. Somewhat. I think.  Thankfully, all are welcome to attend this event at the American Swedish Institute.  Fashion show included.

Nate Sabin CD Release Party
Friday, May 22
Remember that Kickstarter I shared with you back in October?  Mission accomplished.  It's time to party.

Remedy Drive at Club Agape'
Wednesday, May 27
I'm not cool enough to know who Remedy Drive is, but it's awesome that they'll be performing in my church's youth room.  I'll probably be serving up popcorn behind the snack bar, in case you're lookin' for me.

Donut Crawl
Saturday, June 13
Coffee, donuts, for a darn good cause.

Northern Spark
June 13 & 14
An overnight festival in Minneapolis.  It's free.  And awesome.


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