ALSO: Reopening: The Minnesota Zoo (July 25) and Como Zoo (July 29); both will require reservations.
ALSO: Walker Art Center, Bell Museum to reopen; Minnesota Zoo offering drive-through ‘Beastly Boulevard’ experience; and more.
ALSO: Third Thursday: Afrofuturism at Mia; Lauren Gunderson’s “Silent Sky” at the Bell Museum; and more.
ALSO: Jewish Humor Festival at Sabes JCC; Schubert Karaoke at the Black Dog; and more.
ALSO: “Welcome Christmas” by VocalEssence; Maud Hixson and Rick Carlson perform Irving Berlin songs at Crooners; and more.
ALSO: Art Shanty Projects has a new artistic director; Four Ways to Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Moon Landing; and more.
ALSO: Flying Foot Forum’s “Heaven” to open at Park Square; Print Matters 2019 at Hook and Ladder; and more.
ALSO: Children’s Theatre Company to create a new punk rock musical; and more.
At more than 180 years old, the Bell Museum’s set had a few issues. There were tears or stains on some pages. Fingerprint grime could be seen up and down the large sheets.
ALSO: Twin Cities Gay Men’s Chorus at Ted Mann; “A Year With Frog & Toad” at Plymouth Congregational Church; and more.
ALSO: Mischa Santora named Boston Ballet music director; “Dear Lenny: Bernstein’s Life in Songs & Letters” at Open Eye; and more.
ALSO: Minneapolis Music Company: From Bach to Beat Box at Bryant-Lake Bowl; Vinicius Cantuaria at the Dakota; and more.
In anticipation of opening its new facility in 2018, the Bell Museum had to move its collection of massive dioramas between two cities, across major roadways and through a pair of busy campuses.