Party in the Park with mn original!

WHAT: An awesome celebration of Minnesota art and music with mn original
WHO: Nachito Herrera, Caroline Smith and the Goodnight Sleeps, and the Mad Ripple Hootenany with Jim Walsh & friends
WHERE: Mears Park in Lowertown, St. Paul [Map]
WHEN: Friday, July 23, 2010 from 5-8pm

Free and open to the public! Rain or shine!

MN Original, tpt’s new weekly arts series, will host a celebration of Minnesota’s creative community on Friday, July 23rd in Mears Park in downtown St. Paul. The event is from 5-8pm and is free and open to the public.

Enjoy live music from artists featured on MN Original including Caroline Smith and the Goodnight Sleeps, Nachito Herrera, and the Mad Ripple Hootenanny. Food will be available for purchase in the park, courtesy of Barrio Tequila Bar. The event will be emceed by Suicide Commandos frontman Chris Osgood. DJ Scott Stulen will provide the beats.

The first rule of Drawing Club: What is made at Drawing Club, stays at Drawing Club. Show your creative side and make art with local artists Calpurnia Peach, Andy Ducett, Doug Padilla, Mary Griep and more at the sponsored activity Drawing Club. All materials will be provided.

The MN Original celebration will also be the second pickup spot for the CSA, or Community Supported Art venture sponsored by Springboard for the Arts and

Musicians and local artists will also be selling their merchandise at the event.

Executive producer Dianne Steinbach says, “MN Original is all about celebrating the creative community in Minnesota. We hope you will join us for this remarkable event.”

We hope to see you there!


Limited edition poster artwork by Cheryl Wilgren Clyne, designed for TPT by Ben Malley, printed by Burlesque of North America.

Thanks to our sponsors: Music Connection,, and Springboard for the Arts.

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  • Lynda
    Your event information has the wrong date July 8th. When people search for events for the July 23 event.
  • MNOriginal
    That's just the day the event was posted. The party is indeed July 23!
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