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Family Fun: 5 Spots to Stop in Linden Hills, Minneapolis
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Opening in June – Twin Cities Events & Attractions
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2019 Twin Cities Father’s Day Events & Activities

Family Fun: 5 Spots to Stop in Linden Hills, Minneapolis

tm great harvest lindenI’ve finally reached that mildly thrilling point in parenting where much more often than not I don’t have to schlep a stroller around town when I’m out and about with the kids. But even those for whom a stroller is still a daily staple might find they don’t need it in the Linden Hills shopping district of Minneapolis. These five storefronts are, in most cases, just a stroll across the street from one another. If it’s possible for you to visit on a weekday, there is convenient street parking a block or less from crafts, critters, toys and treats. Here’s how my preschooler and I spent a couple of hours this fall afternoon: Read More

Opening in June – Twin Cities Events & Attractions

Get a jump start on June! It’s packed with parks hosting FREE summer entertainment for families, tons of places to splash about and cool off, and FREE library summer reading events that will keep them busy until school calls again.

June in Minneapolis/St. Paul

 

 

MINNEAPOLIS

Starts June 4: Minneapolis Movies in the Parks | Ongoing Mon-Sat, 15 min past sunset Minneapolis Music in the Parks | 6 venues presenting music nightly

ST. PAUL

Starts June 13: Movies in the Park | Select dates in 2019 – please consult the city calendar.

Starts June 5: Groovin’ in the Garden | Como Park Zoo & Conservatory, ongoing Wednesdays with FREE concerts, a climbing wall, bounce house, and lawn games for kids, and food available for purchase. 

Starts June 17: Roaming Rec with St Paul Parks & Recreation

Music & Entertainment in the Parks | Daily with FREE concerts, family movies, theater productions and more. Check the link for a complete listing of events & locations.

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2019 Twin Cities Father’s Day Events & Activities

I have a theory on why Mother’s Day seems to be a bigger deal than Father’s Day each year. It’s so much easier to find Mother’s Day activities and kids make a bigger deal, too. I think this is because Mother’s Day falls during the school year. Teachers have kept the tradition alive and passed it on to future generations. Father’s Day falls at the beginning of summer. There are no school projects. Is it a coincidence that there are less activities that are specifically Father’s Day related? I don’t think so, but we have found plenty of opportunities for family traditions.

How will you be celebrating Dad this Father’s Day? If your plans include time spent together, here are some ideas around town to make his day extra special:

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