It’s Fun To Join #CellPhoneSummer At The Downtown YMCA
Face it. You’ll never use that old phone you’ve stashed away. Might as well safely and securely recycle it during Tech Dump’s Cell Phone Summer campaign. The social enterprise is aiming to collect ONE TON of phones to fund 1,000 hours of work. They’ll be collecting old phones at the Minneapolis Downtown YMCA until June 28th.
Join us for an evening of live music from Jack Klatt, silent films curated by Phil Harder, locally sourced picnic eats featuring Red Table Meat Co., Baker’s Field Flour & Bread, Indeed Brewing Company brews, Best of Northeast Mpls, MNCommunity and Minneapo
Minnesota Orchestra Brass Quintet
Thu Jun 8, 7:30 PM
Join Minnesota Orchestra musicians at Bad Weather Brewing Company for a free Pint of Music micro-concert, bringing Minnesota Orchestra musicians to your favorite local breweries and your favorite local brews to Orchestra Hall. No ticket required, but space is limited. Arrive early! Details >>
Baaah. Daaah. Dumm. DAH-DUM! Experience a 60-minute concert including Also sprach Zarathustra made famous by 2001: A Space Odyssey. But wait, there’s more! Enjoy a 50% pre-show Happy Hour, FREE Bauhaus Brew Labs beer samples + go onstage after the concert for beverages w/musicians, Jun 1. Under 40? Buy an epic evening for only $20>>
David Hamlow: Mirror Stage – Exhibition Opening on May 25, 7 p.m. at the M
The M kicks off the summer arts season with a thought-provoking, occasionally whimsical exhibition of work by Good Thunder, Minnesota-based artist David Hamlow. The show includes watercolors, drawings, found-object sculptures, and geodesic structures made of upcycled paper and plastics, much of which has been donated by residents of Lowertown St. Paul’s Pioneer Endicott building. This massive installation is an ongoing body of work which scrutinizes our collective impact on the environment by making visible the vast amounts of waste we produce each day. Mirror Stage will be on view at the M from May 25 – July 30, 2017.
Join us for the opening reception, featuring a live DJ, hands-on art-making activity, and cash bar. Both the event and gallery admission are free and open to the public.
The M is located at 141 East 4th Street, Saint Paul. (Enter at the corner of 4th and Robert Streets.) For more information: www.mmaa.org