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Upcoming Activities in the Twin Cities

Looking for an activity to encourage wellness, peace of mind, promote health, or a fun outing for the family in the Twin Cities Metro Area? There are many ongoing and upcoming activities in the Twin Cities Metro Area. I have listed a few and their links below:

Twin Cities River Rats- perform a Water-skiing show every Thursday for free in Minneapolis, MN. The show is located at 1758 West River Rd. N.

MSRA 41st Annual Car Show- Car buffs unite at the Minnesota State Fairgrounds to observe some of the finest cars around. Fair food, cars, 50s music, and car show will be at the MN State Fairgrounds, admission $10.

We Wait in Darkenss – All My Relations Gallery- June 19th – 29th, price free, Multimedia performance by Choreographer, Rosy Simas, in collaboration with French Composer, Francois Richomme, visit the website for more information on this event showcasing the history of her family.

Step Dance Instruction – June 19th, 2014, Rice Park, Price: Free, 6:00 p.m.
Music by Ray Covington and the Maxx Band right after the class.

Dance Moves Ballet- Town Square Park, June 19th, 2014, 7:00 p.m., Price: Free

Yoga-
Lake Calhoun- Luminous Yoga hosts Yoga on Tuesday Evenings on the South side of the lake at 6:30 p.m., the Price is free yet a $5 donation is appreciated.

Lake of the Isles- The Yoga Garage hosts outdoor Yoga on Wednesday nights starting at 7:00 p.m. in June and July, 6:30 p.m. in August, the price is free. Donations are appreciated yet not expected. Yoga mats or beach towels are recommended.

Lake Harriet Yoga Project hosts Yoga every morning at 6:30 a.m. as long as weather is permitting and temperatures are above 55 degrees. Classes are free and are located in front of the Lake Harriet Bandshell daily.

Minneapolis Music and Movies in the Park- over 250 Music and Movie opportunities all for free throughout the summer. Bring a blanket, chairs, friends, and family.

Sources: City Pages, Minneapolis Happening Magazine, St. Paul Pioneer Press, Star Tribune, TC Daily Planet, Minneapolis Parks & Recreation