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4 Spring Events Happening In The Twin Cities

4 Spring Events Happening in the Twin Cities

Spring is a season that has many Minnesotans conflicted. In one way, it’s nice to see that summer’s around the corner. On the other hand, warmer days can often be a tease when snow days are still in the forecast.

But that doesn’t mean that you can’t have a ton of fun in our state around spring time! Check out some of the amazing events going on all around the greater Twin Cities area.

Farm Babies (at the Minnesota Zoo)

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The Minnesota Zoo’s ever-popular Farm Babies exhibit is just about ready to open! Starting March 23rd, the entire farm area will be filled with baby chicks, piglets, lambs, calves, goat kids, and bunnies.

Those that attend this event every year know that it’s a can’t miss. Children of all ages – and adults too – will love the experience that the zoo sets up to surround this amazing event.

For more information, check out the Minnesota Zoo’s description of the event.

MSP International Film Fest

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The Minneapolis – St. Paul International Film Fest is the closest to Hollywood that the Twin Cities will ever get. It includes films that were created both locally and abroad. You’ll enjoy the awards show style experience that includes categories for the best local films as well as the best films submitted from all around the world.

The MSP Internation Film Fest is so much more than a night at the movies. Enjoy tons of great films playing from April 12 through to the 28th!

For more, visit the festival’s website.

Saint Paul Art Crawl 

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The St. Paul Art Crawl is often overlooked by it’s much more prominent twin – the Art-a-Whirl event in Minneapolis. But that doesn’t mean that there’s any lack of great art in the city of St. Paul!

Enjoy reviewing the work of hundreds of local artists in an event that’s frequented by about 20,000 people each year. This event is being hosted in St. Paul (of course) from April 27th – April 29th.

For details, click here.

Wild Flower Mother’s Day Pizza Night

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What better way to spend Mother’s Day Eve? Two Pony Gardens is hosting an all you can eat pizza night on their extensive and beautiful grounds in Long Lake. No mom will ever forget the picnic-style dinner set on such a beautiful property.

Tickets are running out quickly for this event that’s being hosted on May 12th. To reserve your spot, click here.

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