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TWIN CITIES TALES
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See the Twin Cities' new holiday classics put on by some of our 30-plus theater companies.
Take a road trip up north this fall and visit Cambridge for its lighted Snowflake Parade (Nov. 18) and other quaint, small town charms.
This November, give thanks for fun runs and delicious brunch spots, all in time for Thanksgiving.
Grab some friends and head down to the historic Landmark Center in downtown St. Paul for an evening of ice skating and fun at Wells Fargo WinterSkate.
Holiday markets around the Twin Cities offer handcrafted gifts by local artisans, festive activities and seasonal cheer for all.
Mall of America's free holiday events spread merriment and the spirit of giving to all ages with visits from Santa, Salvation Army Bell Ringers and more.
To help usher in the holiday season, local and national musicians will be visiting Minneapolis and St. Paul, performing old and new favorites.
“The Privateer” is filled with humor and serious moments on the seas in this world premiere by physical theater company Transatlantic Love Affair, Nov. 3-18.
Preview “A Christmas Carol,” playing at the Guthrie for its 43rd year, and check out other holiday classics coming to the Twin Cities' biggest stages.
“Finding Neverland” sprinkles magic over the Orpheum stage in downtown Minneapolis Oct. 31-Nov. 5.