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Stand Out Prints: An International Juried Book ExhibitionBack for a fourth installation, this juried exhibition highlights the huge array of styles that printwork can appear in. The appearance appearance prints from 75 artists alive about the world, and anniversary was called from over 900 applicants. Jan Jahnke celebrates attributes with abstruse pieces while Lynnette Black’s bite and arrangement dances with details. Ellen Heck’s block and brave portraits are a brilliant delight, and Linda Whitney captures movement and affluent apparel attitude in her book of Native dancers. See them all—and abounding more—at Highpoint. The aperture accession is from 6:30 to 9 p.m. Friday, September 7, and will additionally accommodate tours of the book shop. Aperture accession 6:30-9 p.m. Fri., Sep. 7. Free. Highpoint Center for Printmaking, 912 W. Lake St., Minneapolis; 612-871-1326. –Jessica Armbruster
WAM-O-Rama 2018WAM-o-Rama, the Weisman Art Museum’s art affair series, allotment this anniversary with a array of offerings. Bohemian Press, makers of alluringly anxious greeting cards, posters, and calendars, will be on duke to accomplish some alive book art, including T-shirts. Hosts WAM Collective will accord tours of the galleries, and Mesa Pizza will serve eats. The black will additionally accommodate alive music from Papa Velvet & the Good Ghost, Henry James Patterson, and YAM HAUS, additional a ball achievement from Anna Marie Shogren. Be abiding to stop by the photo berth for a keepsake of your evening. 6-11 p.m. Sept. 7; Free. Frederick R. Weisman Art Museum, 333 E. River Rd., Minneapolis; 612-625-9494. –Jessica Armbruster
The BrassWith Tarantula, Victory, and Ex Lex. 9 p.m. Sept. 7; Free. Hexagon Bar, 2600 27th Ave. S., Minneapolis; 612-722-3454.
CollabIt’s not so abundant a trend, perhaps, as a acknowledgment to the interdisciplinary collaborations that apparent the abundant arts arena of the 1950s, ’60s, and ’70s. We’re speaking actuality of ball in museums, or in the case of this event, an art gallery. Nonetheless, anytime Laurie Van Wieren is on the calendar (who finally, at continued last, was called in 2018 as a McKnight Choreographer Fellow), it’s a account for celebration—as able-bodied as forays into the asinine and cerebral. Actuality she’s allowance barrage a new series, Collab, with contributions by collaborators that accommodate an exhibition, a alive reading, costumes, and ecology design. The unparalleled Judith Howard, forth with Marggie Ogas and Lauren Coleman, accompany Van Wieren on the floor. 6-9 p.m. Sept. 7; Free. Soo Visual Arts Center, 2909 Bryant Ave. S., Minneapolis; 612-871-2263. –Camille LeFevre
HotelWith Jonathan Ackerman 9 p.m. Every 1st Fri.; Free. Kitty Cat Klub, 315 14th Ave. SE, Minneapolis; 612-331-9800.
James J. Hill DaysFeaturing amphitheater artery market, carnival, fireworks, car show, logrolling, food, drinks, ancestors events, and Wayzata Bank Bash featuring alive music from Toby Keith, Ned Ledoux, Jonny Lang, and Dirty Dozen Brass Band. Abounding agenda and advice at jamesjhilldays.com. 4-10 p.m. Sept. 7; 7:30 a.m.-10 p.m. Sept. 8; 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Sept. 9; Free; some challenge and concerts are ticketed. Downtown Wayzata, 701 E. Lake St., Wayzata.
30th Anniversary Taste of Greece FestivalFeaturing accurate Greek food, handmade desserts, alive music, accurate Greek folk dances, abbey tours, a Greek boutique, Courtyard Cafe, and kid’s area. 12-10 p.m. Daily from Sept. 7-8; 12-6 p.m. Sept. 9; Free. St. Mary’s Greek Orthodox Church, 3450 Irving Ave. S., Minneapolis; 612-825-9595.
Commissar’s Remains: Katherine Turczan Sabbatical ExhibitionPhotographs. Public accession 6-9 p.m. Fri., Sep. 7. Free. MCAD Gallery, 2501 Stevens Ave., Minneapolis; 612-874-3700.
Le Cirque Rouge Cabaret & Burlesque ShowWith the Droors. 10 p.m. Sept. 7; Free. 331 Club, 331 13th Ave. NE, Minneapolis; 612-331-1746.
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Country Fest 2018Featuring children’s games, adolescence block party, 5K accolade run/walk, bashful auction, fireworks, archetypal car show, BBQ RibFest contest, and alive music from Angie Sanger, Abbey of Cash, and Touch of Magic. Added advice and abounding calendar at st-patricks.org/countryfest-2018. 8-11 p.m. Sept. 7; 10 a.m.-11 p.m. Sept. 8; 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Sept. 9; Free. St. Patrick Catholic Church, 19921 Nightingale St. NW, Oak Grove; 763-753-2011.
Facing America: An Exhibition of Immigrant PortraitsNew works by Joe Burns. Displayed on the additional attic of the East Lobby. Free. The Capella Tower, 225 S. 6th St., Minneapolis; 612-672-3011.
The Ball Corner Accessible Mic Night10 p.m. Every Fri. Free. The Corner Bar, 1501 Washington Ave. S., Minneapolis; 612-339-4333.
Theatre De La Jeune Lune: A Photographic CelebrationFeaturing photographs by Michal Daniel and Frederic Desbois. Aperture accession 7-10 p.m. Fri., Sep. 7, hosted by Deirdre and Joe Haj. Free. FilmNorth, 550 Vandalia St., Ste. 120, St. Paul; 651-644-1912.
Transitions: Payne Avenue – Portrait of a CommunityPhotographs by Stephan Kistler. Sept. 6-Jan. 7; Free. East Side Arts Council, 977 Payne Ave., St. Paul; 651-774-5422.
MCAD MFA Fall ExhibitionGroup appearance featuring apprentice work. Aperture accession 6-9 p.m. Fri., Sep. 7, with a console altercation at 4 p.m. 6-9 p.m. Sept. 7. Free. MCAD Gallery, 2501 Stevens Ave., Minneapolis; 612-874-3700.
One Apple Over: An Analogy and Comics Focused ShowGroup appearance featuring MCAD illustrators and banana artists. Aperture accession 6-9 p.m. Fri., Sep. 7. Free. MCAD Gallery, 2501 Stevens Ave., Minneapolis; 612-874-3700.
Julia Haller: NudesOpening accession 6-8 p.m. Fri., Sep. 7. Free. Midway Contemporary Art, 527 2nd Ave. SE, Minneapolis; 612-605-4504.
Tanya Kateri HernandezAuthor reads selections from the new book, ‘Multiracials and Civil Rights: Mixed-Race Stories of Discrimination.’ 7 p.m. Sept. 7; Free. Common Good Books, 38 S. Snelling Ave., St. Paul; 651-225-8989.
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Lowertown First FridaysFeaturing appropriate receptions, accessible studios, and more. For added info, appointment lowertownfirstfridays.org. 6-9 p.m. Every 1st Fri.; Free. Lowertown, 5th St. E. & Sibley St., St Paul.
Melissa Borman; Shannon EstlundWomen and attributes accept consistently been inseparable, whether the ambience is biological, mythological, psychological, theoretical, medical, or academic. Still, aback changeable artists about-face their absorption to the accustomed environment, the frisson that arises from seeing women in the wild—from a woman’s perspective—can be revelatory. Painter Shannon Estlund and columnist Melissa Borman acknowledgment to the agrarian in bifold exhibitions, with assignment that blends abstruseness with accuracy that takes admirers aback to the basic garden. There will be an aperture accession from 7 to 10 p.m. Friday, September 7. Aperture accession 7-10 p.m. Fri., Sep. 7. Free. Rosalux Gallery, 1400 Van Buren St. NE, Minneapolis; 612-747-3942. –Camille LeFevre
Minneapolis Farmers MarketArguably the city’s better and best acclaimed market, with hundreds of vendors weekly. Appointment www.mplsfarmersmarket.com for added info. 6 a.m.-1 p.m. Daily from June 6-Oct. 31. Free. Minneapolis Farmers’ Market, 312 E. Lyndale Ave. N., Minneapolis; 612-333-1718.
Retro Bold Appearance NightPlay archetypal d shows hosted by bounded ball celebrities. 9-11 p.m. Every Fri. Free. Can Can Wonderland, 755 Prior Ave. N., Ste. 4, St. Paul; 651-925-2261.
Tappy HourGroup tap ball lessons. 4-6 p.m. Every Fri. Free. Can Can Wonderland, 755 Prior Ave. N., Ste. 4, St. Paul; 651-925-2261.
Can Can Wonderland KaraokeHosted by Asinine Miss Tilly. All ages. 5:30-8:30 p.m. Every Fri. Free. Can Can Wonderland, 755 Prior Ave. N., Ste. 4, St. Paul; 651-925-2261.
Summer Flower ShowFeaturing a admixture of Oriental lilies, cordyline, petunias, geraniums, and dichondra, with a bendable aficionado of blush and white. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Daily from April 28-Sept. 30. Free. Marjorie McNeely Conservatory at Como Park, 1225 Estabrook Drive, St. Paul; 651-487-8200.
Second Saturday & Art Studio Barn SaleEach month, artists in the California Architecture in northeast Minneapolis accessible their studios up for appropriate sales, receptions, activities, and demonstrations. This weekend, however, they will aggrandize the accident with pop-up arcade that goes above archetypal art offerings. Oddities to be apparent accommodate ballet slippers, old frames, art books, aged furniture, and scratch-and-dent art pieces at arrangement prices. Check out the fourth-floor lobby, area one artisan boasts that you’ll acquisition tropical-themed items, blatant knick-knacks, and possibly alike a active cookbook by Linda McCartney. For craving artists who charge to get artistic for cheap, abounding studios will additionally be affairs things like secondhand art aliment and added accompanying items. Stop by Mojo Coffee Arcade for chargeless caffeinated beverages. 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Sept. 8; Free. California Building, 2205 California St. NE, Minneapolis; 612-788-5551. –Jessica Armbruster
Sociable Summer: Bazaar FestFeaturing vendors, artisans, and makers from Minneapolis Ability Market. 12-5 p.m. July 14; 12-5 p.m. Aug. 11; 12-5 p.m. Sept. 8; Free. Sociable Cider Werks, 1500 Fillmore St. NE, Minneapolis; 612-758-0105.
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The Section of Disapproved BooksCollection of books curated by Daniel McCarthy Clifford and Betsy Friesen, featuring titles in the library archive that are banned in U.S. incarceration facilities. Sept. 8-Dec. 16; Free. Frederick R. Weisman Art Museum, 333 E. River Rd., Minneapolis; 612-625-9494.
This Is Ours: Our Park, Our Lake, Our TrashWhat are we accomplishing to bottle and assure the baptize that we love, revere, enjoy, and charge in adjustment to live? For three years, artisan and activist Sean Connaughty has been wading into Lake Hiawatha to aggregate the debris that washes up on or a the shoreline. During this one-day exhibition, Connaughty and his collaborators will accession your consciousness. John Schuerman, whose politically inflected art is achingly humanist and emotionally resonant, is one of them. Erica Spitzer Rasmussen’s pop-up cardboard bazaar invites visitors to accomplish cardboard from bounded flora. Presley Martin’s sculptures and installations are otherworldly, yet complete from flotsam and jetsam. The accident runs from aurora to sunset, with a accession from 6 to 8 p.m. 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Sept. 8; Free. Lake Hiawatha Park, 2701 E. 44th St., Minneapolis; 612-370-4930. –Camille LeFevre
Twin Cities Pagan Pride Fall FestivalFeaturing workshops, rituals, discussions, vendors, aliment drive, association groups, and entertainment. 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Sept. 8; Free. Minnehaha Park and Falls, 4801 Minnehaha Ave., Minneapolis; 612-230-6400.
Calamity and the OwlWith Dingus and Circle of Heat. 10 p.m. Sept. 8; Free. 331 Club, 331 13th Ave. NE, Minneapolis; 612-331-1746.
Motari JaguarWith Speedweed, Muscle Beach, and Orbot. 9 p.m. Sept. 8; Free. Hexagon Bar, 2600 27th Ave. S., Minneapolis; 612-722-3454.
Art at Rice Creek FestivalFeaturing art making, food, entertainment, and artisan vendors. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Sept. 8; Free. Banfill-Locke Center for the Arts, 6666 E. River Rd., Fridley; 763-574-1850.
Aragti WadaagSoomaal House of Art is at it again, hosting its third-annual exhibition highlighting the talents of Somali artists actuality in the Twin Cities and about the world. Titled “Aragti Wadaag,” which agency “shared vision,” the appearance appearance assignment by 12 artists: six from the U.S., two from the U.K., one from Canada, and one from Sweden. They’ll be assuming their pieces in at the Darul Quba Cultural Center, a abbey amid in the Cedar-Riverside neighborhood. The accumulating includes drawings, photography, collage, painting, clear design, poetry, illustrations, and installations fabricated from metal, concrete, and wood. The accession this Saturday, September 8, appearance a bout of the exhibit, balladry readings, and a altercation with the artists from 5 to 8 p.m. Public accession 5-8 p.m. Sat., Sep. 8. Daily from Sept. 1-30; Free. Darul Quba Cultural Center, 1501 S. 6th St., Minneapolis; 612-332-0104. –Sheila Regan
Some Pages for a Book of HoursBooks, photographs, and a apartment of broadsides accumulated by Joyce Lyon, adulatory the ballsy final years of four women. Aperture accession 6-8:30 p.m. Sat., Sep. 8. Free. Form Content Gallery, 210 N. 2nd St., Minneapolis; 612-436-1151.
Caroline Kent: Above the Karman Line; Melanie Pankau: ThresholdsAbstract paintings. Aperture accession 4-6 p.m. Sat., Sep. 8. Free. Catherine G. Murphy Gallery, 2004 Randolph Ave., St. Paul; 651-690-6644.
Crossing Borders ConcertBenefit concert for accouchement and families gluttonous asylum, featuring performances by Leo Hawkins, Nici Peper, and Liliana and Harold, with a Latin themed buffet. 6 p.m. Sept. 8; Chargeless will offering. Olivet Congregational Church, 1850 Iglehart Ave., St. Paul; 651-646-1478.
Dan Bruggeman: From Voids That Are Never Empty; Dan O’Kane: Slow BluePaintings. Aperture accession with the artists 2-5 p.m. Sat., Sep. 8. Free. Groveland Gallery, 25 Groveland Terrace, Minneapolis; 612-377-7800.
Fall Accessible HouseMeet agents and staff, bout the celebrated building, and sample a French class. 12-3 p.m. Sept. 8; Free. Alliance Francaise, 113 N. 1st St., Minneapolis; 612-332-0436.
MacPhail’s 50th Birthday PartyFeaturing a alive band, alfresco fun, agreeable storytime, sample classes, and giveaways. 10 a.m.-12 p.m. Sept. 8; Free. MacPhail Center for Music, 501 2nd St. S., Minneapolis; 612-321-0100.
Ways of KnowingInstallation by KNZ, with action by Miko Simmons and soundscape by MMYYKK. Aperture accession 8-11 p.m. Sat., Sep. 8. Free. Modus Locus, 3500 Bloomington Ave. S., Minneapolis; 612-382-9477.
10th Anniversary Minneapolis Autocrat FestivalFeaturing art-related activities, dance, games, tours, and food, all adulatory the autocrat erfly’s clearing from Minnesota to Mexico. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Sept. 8; Free. Lake Nokomis Park, 4955 W. Lake Nokomis Parkway, Minneapolis.
2018 Selby JazzFest11 a.m.-8 p.m. Sept. 8; Free. Selby Avenue, Fairview to Dewey, Saint Paul.
Mill City Farmers MarketLong active bazaar in the adumbration of Mill Ruins Park, featuring local, sustainable, and amoebic advantage and produce, with account affable clinics and alive entertainment. Added advice at www.millcityfarmersmarket.org. 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Every Sat. from May 12-Oct. 27; Free. Mill City Museum, 704 S. 2nd St., Minneapolis; 612-341-7555.
New Hope Association Farmers Market8 a.m.-1 p.m. Every Sat. from June 21; Free. New Hope Farmers’ Market, 4300 Xylon Avenue N., Minneapolis; 763-531-5196.
Northeast Minneapolis Farmers MarketFeaturing locally developed produce, alive music, children’s activities, and aliment trucks. Added advice at www.northeastmarket.org. 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Every Sat. from May 19-Oct. 20; Free. St. Boniface Catholic Church, 629 2nd St. NE, Minneapolis; 612-379-2761.
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9th Anniversary GoldzillaLargest acquisition of Golden Retrievers in America, with a airing for rescue, pet activities, games, photo contest, bank swimming, and adopting acquaintance for Retrieve a Golden of Minnesota. Added advice at goldzilla.ragom.org. 8:30 a.m.-2 p.m. Sept. 9; Free. Continued Lake Regional Park, 1500 Old Highway 8, New Brighton, Minneapolis; 651-748-2500.
Blues Jam7-11 p.m. Every Sun. Free. Schooner Tavern, 2901 27th Ave. S., Minneapolis; 612-729-4365.
Borough Block Affair 2018The eats and drinks at Borough’s anniversary block affair ability be a little bougie, but afterwards a summer of absurd cheese, ablaze beer, and meat on a stick, you ability be accessible for article a little added refined. This Sunday, the North Loop bar and restaurant will host an alfresco affair featuring alive music, drinks, and more. The music calendar includes Americana accumulation Radda Radda, yacht rocker Al Church, alarm accumulation Pho, and agitation awning bandage Viva Knievel. Friendly dogs are additionally welcome. All ages. 12-8 p.m. Sept. 9; Free. Borough & Parlour, 730 Washington Ave. N., Minneapolis; 612-354-3135. –Jessica Armbruster
Bunny’s FunniesComedy accessible mic advertise hosted by Trish Cook. 7:30 p.m. Every Sun. Free. Bunny’s Bar & Grill NE, 34 13th Ave. NE, Minneapolis; 612-545-5659.
Can Can Wonderland Bingo12-2 p.m. Every Sun. Free. Can Can Wonderland, 755 Prior Ave. N., Ste. 4, St. Paul; 651-925-2261.
Linden Hills Farmers MarketFeaturing appurtenances from bounded growers, flowers, assignment by bounded artisans, ability market, and alive music. 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Every Sun. from May 27-Oct. 29; Free. Linden Hills Farmers’ Market, 2813 W. 43rd St., Minneapolis; 612-345-0946.
Minnesota Banana Book ConventionFeaturing dealers with comics from accomplished and present, collectibles, and banana book buyers. Added advice at www.epguides.com/comics. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Sept. 9; Free. LivINN Hotel, 5201 Central Ave. NE, Fridley; 763-571-9440.
Mumblin’ DrewWeekly address with a array of appropriate guests and aperture acts. 7-9 p.m. Every Sun. Free. Palmer’s Bar, 500 S. Cedar Ave., Minneapolis; 612-333-7625.
PEN America’s BreakOut: Voices From the InsideA anniversary of America’s bastille autograph program, with panels, workshops, chastened conversations, and balladry readings. 12-4 p.m. Sept. 9; Free. Frederick R. Weisman Art Museum, 333 E. River Rd., Minneapolis; 612-625-9494.
Urban Growler’s Farmers MarketWith alive music and appropriate beers, additional locally fabricated foods, artisan items, and more. 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Every Sun. from June 3-Oct. 14; Free. Urban Growler Brewing Company, 2325 Endicott St., Saint Paul; 612-501-1128.
William Reichard and Ellen LanskyAuthors present their new books, ‘The Night Horse: New and Called Poems,’ and ‘Suburban Heathens.’ 5 p.m. Sept. 9; Free. Magers & Quinn Booksellers, 3038 Hennepin Ave. S., Minneapolis; 612-822-4611.
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