Insect Survival Series: Winter & Minnesota Insects
Jan
19
1:00 PM13:00

Insect Survival Series: Winter & Minnesota Insects

Learn where insects go in winter and specifics about migrating Minnesota butterflies. Discover how you can support wintering insects and help them return year after year.  Tickets/Sign-up: here

Our insects need us now more than ever! Come take one or all three classes taught by the wonderful entomologist Jessica Miller of Dragons Wynd. She brings tons of info and amazing hands-on visuals for all ages. Don’t miss out on your opportunity to learn about tiny-yet-awe-inspiring insects this winter. Check out Dragon’s Wynd: https://www.facebook.com/dragonswynddotcom/.

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Insect Survival Series: Invite Mosquito Eaters to Your Home!
Jan
26
1:00 PM13:00

Insect Survival Series: Invite Mosquito Eaters to Your Home!

Minimize mosquitoes in your yard with some simple tips! For instance, damselflies love hanging out in patches of tall grass.This is one of the many tips you will learn in this class to increase healthy insect visitors in your area. Get prepared for creating insect habitat as soon as spring comes around. Tickets/Sign-up: here

Our insects need us now more than ever! Come take one or all three classes taught by the wonderful entomologist Jessica Miller of Dragons Wynd. She brings tons of info and amazing hands-on visuals for all ages. Don’t miss out on your opportunity to learn about tiny-yet-awe-inspiring insects this winter. Check out Dragon’s Wynd: https://www.facebook.com/dragonswynddotcom/.

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Insect Survival Series: Secret Lives of Insects
Feb
2
1:00 PM13:00

Insect Survival Series: Secret Lives of Insects

Take a sneak peek into the secret lives of insects. We will decode insect movement and gestures. That dancing mantis or walking stick, the lone ant who seems to be lost, and many other insect secrets are exposed in this class. If we are going to be better stewards for insects and the other essential life forces we depend on, this class us wake up to the intricacies of insects. To sign-up: here

Our insects need us now more than ever! Come take one or all three classes taught by the wonderful entomologist Jessica Miller of Dragons Wynd. She brings tons of info and amazing hands-on visuals for all ages. Don’t miss out on your opportunity to learn about tiny-yet-awe-inspiring insects this winter. Check out Dragon’s Wynd: https://www.facebook.com/dragonswynddotcom/.

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Taste the Waste
Feb
7
5:30 PM17:30

Taste the Waste

Join us for a special evening designed to raise awareness about, and reduce food waste. TASTE THE WASTE will feature Shannel Winkel from The Bird, Lachelle Cunningham, and St. Paul College culinary studentswho will create a menu transforming recovered food into small plates for an incredible experience.

Thanks to Twin Cities Co-op Partners who are donating the food for the evening.

Each ticket includes dinner, a Finnegans beer, tax and gratuity.

Purchase tickets here!

A portion of the event proceeds will benefit MN350. Their vision is to return our climate to the safe level of 350ppm of CO2 – or lower – in a way that best promotes a just and livable future.

Why is Food Waste so important?

Up to 40 percent of the food in the United States is never eaten. But at the same time, one in eight Americans struggles to put enough food on the table. Come enjoy a great meal prepared from recovered food and learn how you can make a difference on this issue.

THANK YOU to our partners who make this event possible: Twin Cities Co-op PartnersFinnegansChelles' KitchenSt. Paul CollegeGrow North MNand MN350.

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Seed Series Class I: Seed Saving 101 For Your Home & Community
Feb
16
2:00 PM14:00

Seed Series Class I: Seed Saving 101 For Your Home & Community

Seed saving is a survival art that we need to revive! Plus it is colorful, delicious and ever-changing. Bring all the questions you have about growing and sharing seeds – we will cover the basics for home production. Plus we will have seeds to share with all participants. Feel free to bring seeds of your own to share as well. To sign-up/tickets: here

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Koby Hagen of Seed Sages, a local steward for seed education and security, has a wide range of experience with seed production from home to commercial scale. She brings a passion for supporting new and experienced seed savers by merging traditional and innovative practices. Her goal is to pass on seeds, land-based knowledge, skilled leadership and our common seed inheritance to future generations (humans and all other beings). Facebook

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Demystifying Permaculture: Design for Land, Life & Community
Feb
17
1:00 PM13:00

Demystifying Permaculture: Design for Land, Life & Community

Still not quite sure what the hype of Permaculture is really all about? Have you heard the word but not convinced that it applies to you? Join us for a short exploratory talk and optional workshop to dive deeper as we break down the design process in a way that reveals the diversity of applications in land, life and community design. 1-2PM – Free to Attend. Suggested Donation for the talk is $5-$10.

In the optional workshop that follows, participants will gain simple, effective tools that can be applied to their own context, goals & vision. This will provide more in-depth opportunities for discussion, connecting with new friends and neighbors on this regenerative path. 2:30-4PM – Workshop is $20.

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To sign-up for discussion and/or workshop, visit: here

Bio: Megan & Cody Mastel are certified permaculture designers, farmers, facilitators and skilled leaders in earth reconnection practices. They lead retreats, grow & craft bioregional foods, provide experiential education & cultivate habitats of reconnection through Living Hearth Farm & School, including the Open Hearth PDC which explores the resilient culture, communities, & skills of the Upper Midwest. Their business, Land by Hand, provides consulting, Permaculture design & planning, implementation and promotion for individuals, families, farms, businesses & communities. Local organizations they partner with include Tiny Diner, Make MN Magazine, U of M Landscape Arboretum, Seed Sages, Ecological Design, Organic Compound, Buttermilk Falls CSA & MCTC. Connect with Cody & Megan at landbyhand.org and thelivinghearth.com.

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 Seed Series Class II: The Wonderful World of Seeds
Mar
10
2:00 PM14:00

Seed Series Class II: The Wonderful World of Seeds

Seeds have always been a part of human existence. We cannot live without them. But seeds are a fairly new evolutionary jewel on our earth. Why did they develop? Why are they so special? Come find out and acquire an unforgettable view on our seed inheritance. To sign-up for this class, visit: here

Koby Hagen of Seed Sages, a local steward for seed education and security, has a wide range of experience with seed production from home to commercial scale. She brings a passion for supporting new and experienced seed savers by merging traditional and innovative practices. Her goal is to pass on seeds, land-based knowledge, skilled leadership and our common seed inheritance to future generations (humans and all other beings). Facebook

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Local Makers Holiday Fair
Dec
15
11:00 AM11:00

Local Makers Holiday Fair

Join us for our Local Makers Holiday Fair featuring handcrafted goods, artwork and vintage finds from:

Better Bees Candle Co.
Crankosaurus Press: screen-printed tea towels and greeting cards
Tribal Delightful Concoctions - jewelry & accessories
Sarah Jordet - jewelry & vintage curio
Rapt Candies - chocolate & baked goods
Bull Soap Company - soaps/body care products
Filo - sculpture & miniatures
Beth Onward - silver jewelry & essential oils
Alyssa Johnson - painting
Matteo Halbesleben - aromatics & prints
The Fashion Ration - vintage clothing & accessories
Nora Whelan - prints/photography/vintage items
and more!

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Clean to the Core: The Debut of the World's First Solar Farm Cider
Oct
9
5:00 PM17:00

Clean to the Core: The Debut of the World's First Solar Farm Cider

Join Fresh Energy in viewing the Minneapolis debut of the world’s first solar farm cider, paired with short films about Minnesotans who are building a more equitable & clean energy future for all of us. The 100% campaign in collaboration with many partners presents “Clean to the Core: Solar Sweet Farm Cider & The Power of Minnesota.”

Acclaimed restaurateur and two-time James Beard award semifinalist, Kim Bartmann is excited to highlight this delicious collaboration just in time to celebrate all the work that pollinators did earlier in the year in apple orchards throughout Minnesota.

Join us to taste, watch, and learn more about what you can do to be a part of a clean energy future for everyone in Minnesota.

Thursday, October 9, 2018
5:00 – 7:30 PM

Location: Red Stag Supperclub
509 1st Ave NE, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55413

Milk & Honey Ciders is situated in the rolling hills adjacent to a nature preserve in St. Joseph, MN. Their latest cider, “Solar Sweet Farm Cider,” is a collaboration with the beekeepers at Bare Honey which tend a busy family of happy honey bees on the solar farm adjacent to the cidery.

IPS Solar, which designed the solar farm, and Fresh Energy helped make the connection between the beekeepers and the cidery. IPS develops all of its solar farms to have abundant pollinator habitat and Fresh Energy has led opportunities for solar farms to provide beneficial habitat for pollinators including bees and butterflies. Minnesota Native Landscapes manages the flowers and vegetation at the solar farm.

Throughout October, Solar Sweet Farm Cider will be available exclusively at Tiny DinerBryant Lake Bowl & TheaterBarbetteRed Stag SupperclubPat’s Tap, and Book Club Restaurant, as well as the Milk & Honey taproom.

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Fringe Festival Fringe Central
Aug
11
to Aug 12

Fringe Festival Fringe Central

Fringe Central is the official post-show hangout destination of the Fringe Festival. Head over for a drink and appetizers or a meal with adventurous artists, audiences, volunteers, and staff.  

Minnesota Fringe connects adventurous artists with adventurous audiences by creating open, supportive forums for free and diverse artistic expression. Through our summer festivals and dynamic year-round programming, Minnesota Fringe is an artistic disruptor for local and national artists — to take bold risks, develop new ideas, and hoist themselves to the next rung of their artistic ladder.

As the producer of the largest performing arts festival in the Midwest for 25 years, Minnesota's annual Fringe Festival event fills nearly 50,000 seats with audiences viewing dozens of works at hundreds of performances by more than 1,000 artists on a variety of stages in late summer. Fringe also produces the Minnesota Family Fringe with multi-generational productions for kids and families interested in new and adventurous work.

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Fringe Festival Fringe Central
Aug
10
to Aug 11

Fringe Festival Fringe Central

Fringe Central is the official post-show hangout destination of the Fringe Festival. Head over for a drink and appetizers or a meal with adventurous artists, audiences, volunteers, and staff.  

Minnesota Fringe connects adventurous artists with adventurous audiences by creating open, supportive forums for free and diverse artistic expression. Through our summer festivals and dynamic year-round programming, Minnesota Fringe is an artistic disruptor for local and national artists — to take bold risks, develop new ideas, and hoist themselves to the next rung of their artistic ladder.

As the producer of the largest performing arts festival in the Midwest for 25 years, Minnesota's annual Fringe Festival event fills nearly 50,000 seats with audiences viewing dozens of works at hundreds of performances by more than 1,000 artists on a variety of stages in late summer. Fringe also produces the Minnesota Family Fringe with multi-generational productions for kids and families interested in new and adventurous work.

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Fringe Festival Fringe Central
Aug
9
to Aug 10

Fringe Festival Fringe Central

Fringe Central is the official post-show hangout destination of the Fringe Festival. Head over for a drink and appetizers or a meal with adventurous artists, audiences, volunteers, and staff.  

Minnesota Fringe connects adventurous artists with adventurous audiences by creating open, supportive forums for free and diverse artistic expression. Through our summer festivals and dynamic year-round programming, Minnesota Fringe is an artistic disruptor for local and national artists — to take bold risks, develop new ideas, and hoist themselves to the next rung of their artistic ladder.

As the producer of the largest performing arts festival in the Midwest for 25 years, Minnesota's annual Fringe Festival event fills nearly 50,000 seats with audiences viewing dozens of works at hundreds of performances by more than 1,000 artists on a variety of stages in late summer. Fringe also produces the Minnesota Family Fringe with multi-generational productions for kids and families interested in new and adventurous work.

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Fringe Festival Fringe Central
Aug
8
to Aug 9

Fringe Festival Fringe Central

Fringe Central is the official post-show hangout destination of the Fringe Festival. Head over for a drink and appetizers or a meal with adventurous artists, audiences, volunteers, and staff.  

Minnesota Fringe connects adventurous artists with adventurous audiences by creating open, supportive forums for free and diverse artistic expression. Through our summer festivals and dynamic year-round programming, Minnesota Fringe is an artistic disruptor for local and national artists — to take bold risks, develop new ideas, and hoist themselves to the next rung of their artistic ladder.

As the producer of the largest performing arts festival in the Midwest for 25 years, Minnesota's annual Fringe Festival event fills nearly 50,000 seats with audiences viewing dozens of works at hundreds of performances by more than 1,000 artists on a variety of stages in late summer. Fringe also produces the Minnesota Family Fringe with multi-generational productions for kids and families interested in new and adventurous work.

minnesotafringe.org

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Fringe Festival Fringe Central
Aug
7
to Aug 8

Fringe Festival Fringe Central

Fringe Central is the official post-show hangout destination of the Fringe Festival. Head over for a drink and appetizers or a meal with adventurous artists, audiences, volunteers, and staff.  

Minnesota Fringe connects adventurous artists with adventurous audiences by creating open, supportive forums for free and diverse artistic expression. Through our summer festivals and dynamic year-round programming, Minnesota Fringe is an artistic disruptor for local and national artists — to take bold risks, develop new ideas, and hoist themselves to the next rung of their artistic ladder.

As the producer of the largest performing arts festival in the Midwest for 25 years, Minnesota's annual Fringe Festival event fills nearly 50,000 seats with audiences viewing dozens of works at hundreds of performances by more than 1,000 artists on a variety of stages in late summer. Fringe also produces the Minnesota Family Fringe with multi-generational productions for kids and families interested in new and adventurous work.

minnesotafringe.org

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Fringe Festival Fringe Central
Aug
6
to Aug 7

Fringe Festival Fringe Central

Fringe Central is the official post-show hangout destination of the Fringe Festival. Head over for a drink and appetizers or a meal with adventurous artists, audiences, volunteers, and staff.  

Minnesota Fringe connects adventurous artists with adventurous audiences by creating open, supportive forums for free and diverse artistic expression. Through our summer festivals and dynamic year-round programming, Minnesota Fringe is an artistic disruptor for local and national artists — to take bold risks, develop new ideas, and hoist themselves to the next rung of their artistic ladder.

As the producer of the largest performing arts festival in the Midwest for 25 years, Minnesota's annual Fringe Festival event fills nearly 50,000 seats with audiences viewing dozens of works at hundreds of performances by more than 1,000 artists on a variety of stages in late summer. Fringe also produces the Minnesota Family Fringe with multi-generational productions for kids and families interested in new and adventurous work.

https://www.minnesotafringe.org

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Fringe Festival Fringe Central
Aug
5
to Aug 6

Fringe Festival Fringe Central

Fringe Central is the official post-show hangout destination of the Fringe Festival. Head over for a drink and appetizers or a meal with adventurous artists, audiences, volunteers, and staff.  

Minnesota Fringe connects adventurous artists with adventurous audiences by creating open, supportive forums for free and diverse artistic expression. Through our summer festivals and dynamic year-round programming, Minnesota Fringe is an artistic disruptor for local and national artists — to take bold risks, develop new ideas, and hoist themselves to the next rung of their artistic ladder.

As the producer of the largest performing arts festival in the Midwest for 25 years, Minnesota's annual Fringe Festival event fills nearly 50,000 seats with audiences viewing dozens of works at hundreds of performances by more than 1,000 artists on a variety of stages in late summer. Fringe also produces the Minnesota Family Fringe with multi-generational productions for kids and families interested in new and adventurous work.

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12th Annual Red Stag Block Party - In Cahoots! A Collaboration of Craft
Aug
5
2:00 PM14:00

12th Annual Red Stag Block Party - In Cahoots! A Collaboration of Craft


Free! Outside Rain or Shine
A Zero Waste Event

The Red Stag & The Growler are proud to bring you Minneapolis's First Collaboration Festival, In Cahoots!  17 Minnesota breweries and 1 distillery form 9 teams to create 9 new collaboration beers that will debut at the block party. You vote on the best brew!  A portion of the event proceeds will be given to the winning team's local charity!  This year we're part of Open Streets Minneapolis!

2018 In Cahoots Teams:

Able & Solemn Oath
Modist & Surly
Dangerous Man & Barrel Theory
Pryes & Wild Mind
Bang & Tattersall
Indeed & Fair State
Fulton & Left Hand
Bauhaus & Bent Paddle
Schells & Sociable Cider Werks

Entertainment:

MC Foxy Tann
Epitome No Question
North Star Rollergirls
The Bad Man
The Shackletons
The Lonesome Losers
Monica LaPlante
Black Market Brass

**Be sure to check out performances & interactive demos for block party attendees by The Aviary Aerial Fitness & FlyGirl Productions!

Thanks to FairVote Minnesota for running the best brew ballot process at the party! FairVote Minnesota works for a smarter, more inclusive and more representative democracy that gives voters more choice and more power. 

Thanks to our partners!
The GrowlerAble Brewery89.3 The CurrentCity PagesOpen Streets MplsPendleton WhiskyNew Amsterdam GinPrairie Organic VodkaEureka RecyclingYelpNortheast Minneapolis Business AssociationThrifty HipsterT Lee,  HDMGMinneapolis Tap WaterMN Craft Brewer's GuildNorth Star Rollergirls

Eureka Recycling, a local nonprofit waste-reduction organization, is proud to partner with us to make the block party a zero waste event! Through careful planning and the participation of everyone attending, this event can generate no waste. By eliminating, reusing, recycling and composting all the discards generated here, we are greatly reducing our impact on the environment! www.eurekarecycling.org.

We're proud to be part of Open Streets Northeast and representin' our n'hood! Explore your neighborhood and local businesses as you bike, walk, or roll on streets closed to vehicle traffic and opened up to community! Now in its seventh year, Open Streets Minneapolis is a City of Minneapolis event hosted by the Minneapolis Bicycle Coalition and presented by the Center for Prevention at Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota. Catch a free ride to this event with a Metro Transit pass by clicking here!

Interested in collaborating? Contact anne@bartmanngroup.com

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Fringe Festival Fringe Central
Aug
4
to Aug 5

Fringe Festival Fringe Central

Fringe Central is the official post-show hangout destination of the Fringe Festival. Head over for a drink and appetizers or a meal with adventurous artists, audiences, volunteers, and staff.  

Minnesota Fringe connects adventurous artists with adventurous audiences by creating open, supportive forums for free and diverse artistic expression. Through our summer festivals and dynamic year-round programming, Minnesota Fringe is an artistic disruptor for local and national artists — to take bold risks, develop new ideas, and hoist themselves to the next rung of their artistic ladder.

As the producer of the largest performing arts festival in the Midwest for 25 years, Minnesota's annual Fringe Festival event fills nearly 50,000 seats with audiences viewing dozens of works at hundreds of performances by more than 1,000 artists on a variety of stages in late summer. Fringe also produces the Minnesota Family Fringe with multi-generational productions for kids and families interested in new and adventurous work.

minnesotafringe.org

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Fringe Festival Fringe Central
Aug
3
to Aug 4

Fringe Festival Fringe Central

Fringe Central is the official post-show hangout destination of the Fringe Festival. Head over for a drink and appetizers or a meal with adventurous artists, audiences, volunteers, and staff.  

Minnesota Fringe connects adventurous artists with adventurous audiences by creating open, supportive forums for free and diverse artistic expression. Through our summer festivals and dynamic year-round programming, Minnesota Fringe is an artistic disruptor for local and national artists — to take bold risks, develop new ideas, and hoist themselves to the next rung of their artistic ladder.

As the producer of the largest performing arts festival in the Midwest for 25 years, Minnesota's annual Fringe Festival event fills nearly 50,000 seats with audiences viewing dozens of works at hundreds of performances by more than 1,000 artists on a variety of stages in late summer. Fringe also produces the Minnesota Family Fringe with multi-generational productions for kids and families interested in new and adventurous work.

minnesotafringe.org

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Fringe Festival Fringe Central
Aug
2
to Aug 3

Fringe Festival Fringe Central

Fringe Central is the official post-show hangout destination of the Fringe Festival. Head over for a drink and appetizers or a meal with adventurous artists, audiences, volunteers, and staff.  

Minnesota Fringe connects adventurous artists with adventurous audiences by creating open, supportive forums for free and diverse artistic expression. Through our summer festivals and dynamic year-round programming, Minnesota Fringe is an artistic disruptor for local and national artists — to take bold risks, develop new ideas, and hoist themselves to the next rung of their artistic ladder.

As the producer of the largest performing arts festival in the Midwest for 25 years, Minnesota's annual Fringe Festival event fills nearly 50,000 seats with audiences viewing dozens of works at hundreds of performances by more than 1,000 artists on a variety of stages in late summer. Fringe also produces the Minnesota Family Fringe with multi-generational productions for kids and families interested in new and adventurous work.

minnesotafringe.org

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