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Take a haunted tour of St. Paul with the Minnesota Opera 6 p.m. this Thursday


Concealed in the shadows of history, hiding among folklore and legend, live tales of ghosts and hauntings. Passed down from generation to generation, whispered so as to not wake the dead, these tales endure the passage of time — refusing to go quietly into the night.

Gather your courage and come along with Tempo — Minnesota Opera’s young professionals group — on a haunted tour of St. Paul, courtesy of Wabasha Street Caves. Join us as Academy Award-winning director Eric Simonson and Minnesota Public Radio’s Classical Music Host, John Birge, discuss the supernatural elements of the upcoming opera, “Wuthering Heights.” MinnPost YPN coordinator, Audra Otto, will be on hand to welcome you.

Spooky treats will be provided to guests brave enough to board the bus. BYOB for a little extra courage.

There are currently only 18 tickets left for this event. Make sure to get yours in advance; tickets won’t be sold at the door. Purchase tickets by visiting Ghosts in the Graveyard or calling the Minnesota Opera box office at 612-333-6669.

Happy hour gathering
6-7 p.m.
Thursday, Mar. 31, 2011
Place: Joseph’s Grill, 140 Wabasha St. S., St. Paul, MN 55107

Ghosts in the Graveyard haunted tour
 7-9 p.m.
Date: Thursday, Mar. 31, 2011
Place: Wabasha Street Caves (board the bus at Joseph’s Grill)
Cost: Tempo members: $5; all others: $15

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