Can you match these theaters with their Mission Statement?
The twin cities is of course known for its vibrant theater community (more theaters per person than NYC!), and Kathy’s blog brings fresh insight every month.
Try her quiz and see how many you get right!
(Two weeks of early Fun – we’ll have to be extra serious next week!)
For Fun Friday this week, here are some items for your enjoyment:
River Art from Friends of the Mississippi River!
Energy FunFest with the Neighborhood Energy Connection, coming soon on April 9.
And Coffee House Press celebrates St.Patrick’s Day with literary conversations:
Beannachtaí na Féile Pádraig, or Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Andrea brought in delicious stout cupcakes and Tricia baked some traditional Irish soda bread. And everyone is in green! What’s your favorite Irish movie, Irish writer, or Irish song? (The Quiet Man, Joseph O’Neill, Fields of Athenry)
Just gets smaller and smaller!
Radio Trivia Madnesss just one week away!
And more skating this winter, woo-hoo!
On Saturday, February 5, the Twin Cities Women’s Choir will meet with traditional Irish musicians, the HiBs and special guests for an interesting and potentially powerful mashup called Celtic Fire. This article about it written by Ann Treacy, site-member (Treacy Information Services)!
Local community continues through the storm..
via Dan Blystone
Filed under Community, Local
SHINGIBIS & WINTER MAKER by Julie & Gustavo Boada is perfect for a wintry Saturday puppet show! An Anishinabe tale of how a little duck makes his way through winter with a happy spirit and generous heart. 10am & 12N. The Make & Take is at 11am. Call ahead for that: 612-721-2535.
Snowman at Target Field
I also have a presence at Tumblr, where this comes from – that’s more bohemian than here and I’ll be switching to this as my main site.
But there’s fun content there and local folks, so you’ll see things from time to time from there.