Looking for something extra fun this weekend? There's a wonderful tradition in Minnesota of county fairs, festivals, carnivals, summer concerts, art and antique shows and other special celebrations that make the Minneapolis area a wonderful place all year long - winter, spring, summer or fall. The Minnesota State Fair, held each year near Labor Day, is the second largest state fair in the United States. And late summer also brings the Rennaisance Festival in Shakopee that is one of the best in the country. How could you not like the comic antics of Puke and Snot? Both are excellent family fun.
Neighbors Resource invites you to explore this schedule of some fabulous community events, carnivals, fairs and festivals
your family can enjoy together in the greater Twin Cities area of Minneapolis and St. Paul MN, including outdoor concerts,
movies in the parks, car shows, art shows, and antique shows - many with special attractions just for the kids.
Take in the stunning view of the baseball diamond and the Minneapolis skyline while enjoying good eats, delicious drinks and great company.
The cities auto show is a chance to compare more than 525 vehicles from 37 foreign and domestic brands under one roof.
8:30AM - 3PM at the Southshore Center in Shorewood. Call: 952-474-7635.
9AM kids one mile run. 9:30AM 5K race begins at Excelsior Brewing Co., 421 3rd Street in Excelsior. Ends at Jake O'Connors.
This dance party for kids up to 7 is a family fun event with hair and nails stations tatoo artist and ballon artist. At the Windom South Community Center, 5843 Wentworth Ave S, in Minneapolis.
Join friends for a chance to see local skaters and their presentations of "Let's heat up the ice." Eden Prairie Community Center. Call: 952-949-8449.
Crafts, food , inflatables and egg hunt. Free!
March 30 - April 8
The show features remodeling contactors, interior design companies and landscape companies. Mpls Convention Center.
400 kids attend the program. Prize give-aways, a coloring contest, candy hunt and the apearence from the Easter Bunny. Held at City Center Park, 7700 Market Blvd in Chanhassen. Call:952-227-1400.
Participants will hunt for candy and special eggs in 2 different age catergories. Prizes awarded for coloring contest, ages 8 and under. Held at Wolfe Park, 3700 Monterey Drive in St Louis Park.
Prize giveaways, a coloring contest, the candy hunt, and an appearance of the Easter Bunny.
Sparky the Fire Dog, puppet shows, food and hot coffee and Easter egg hunt.
Annual event includes a special bag to collect goodies. Kids can pose for pictures with the Park Bunny.
Color-themed gift and home decor areas and expanded vintage section. Presented by Minnesota Boutiques.
The festival presents more than 350 bold, exciting and moving works from new and veteran film makers from around the globe. Presneted by the Minneapolis Film Society.
Art and crafts, music and food. Sponsored by Maple Grove Women of Today.
Antiques and Collectibles show. Vintage finds, antiques, home and garden.
Exhibit of local high school and adult artists at the Plymouth Creek Center. Live music and children's activities.
Casual trail hike to seek natural treasures for children under 17. Eastman Nature Center in Dayton.
7-10PM at Orchestra Hall. Live music and signature samples from City Pages' "Best Of" restaurants including, Red Wagaon Pizza, Barbette, Red Stage Supper Club, Maya Cusine and Sea Salt.
A food and drink gathering at the Museum of Russian Art. Local and regional distilleries.
Booths, horse breeds, clinicians, prca rodeos, tack sale, free pony rides and more.
Several free activities, drawings and screenings.
This page was last updated on March 20, 2018