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Architectural design pre-performance
Architectural design pre-performance
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Saint Paul Public Library
Literary readings, summer movies, Saint Paul Jazz Festival, educational and enjoyable art projects and hobbies, classes in many genres. Please visit www.sppl.org for information about storytime and featured events today.

Pay what you can night
Many Twin Cities theaters have one evening during a production with a reduced cost that can be free of admission. Minneapolis Theater Garage is one theater that is incredibly giving to patrons as are most theaters with offering patrons a chance to view why an artist is an artist. Please visit your theater of interest website for production information. Any usher is unlikely to count your donation on an evening of pay what you can.

Classical and R&B concerts
Many churches offer classical concerts throughout the year. Coffee shops offer singer-songwriter performances and major music venues offer free concerts. Please visit the concert event page for more information about free concerts and events at www.vita.min.com, www.citypages.com, www.cantussings.org, http://letsgo.mn/, http://schubert.org and http://minnesota.publicradio.org/.

Minneapolis Institute of Arts
Free every day. Hours are 10a.m.-5p.m. Tuesday-Saturday, 10a.m.-9p.m. Thursday, 11a.m.-5p.m. Sunday, Closed on Monday. Please visit www.artsmia.org for events and exhibit information.

Northern Clay Center
Galleries free. Hours are TWFS 10a.m.-6p.m., Thursday 10a.m.-7p.m., Sunday 12p.m.-4p.m., Monday closed. Please visit www.northernclaycenter.org for more information about artists, classes, upcoming events and ceramic tours and destinations.

Architectural design pre-performance
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Architectural design pre-performance

An evening of actors and designers sharing the stage to offer any patron a cultural event to remember for a few minutes why theater is an experience for a patron. What does theater give someone to bring with long after the production?

A place to say thank you
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A place to say thank you

Classical music concerts calm any nerve and offer free insight into an orchestration and any individual contribution where compositions aliven patrons to their own emotional achievable circumstance.

Events for the ages
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Events for the ages

A child is brought to storytime, a parent has a minute to consider another enjoyable event, a movie gives a family some moments, a friend has more classes to contribute to an employer, concerts free to the public and passes to museums. The library has a wealth of books that last beyond one visit.

Create a craft
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Create a craft

Northern Clay Center galleries are five minutes away where anyone can appreciate ceramics where a gift shop and classes for an extensive hobby and profession are available for any patron. Destinations throughout Minnesota give any ceramic patron the remarkable chance to view a ceramic festival.