What’s Going On – Week of 05/01/17

May 1st, 2017 by

Morrie’s Private Track Day – Friday, May 5th

Please join us May 5th for a private track day brought to you by Morrie’s Heritage Car Connection (MHCC) and Morrie’s Automotive Group. At this exclusive track day you’ll have the unique opportunity to spend the day on the track in your vehicle and receive personalized coaching from a dedicated performance driving instructor. The day will begin at Brainerd International Raceway at 7:30am and end at 5:00pm. Breakfast & lunch will be provided in addition to an instructor to ensure you get the most out of your time behind the wheel.

Walk for Animals – Saturday, May 6th

“Get your wag on with thousands of other animals lovers at Animal Humane Society’s Walk for Animals on Saturday, May 6! Featuring a scenic 2.5 mile walk through Theodore Wirth Park, pet activities, food trucks, Summit Brewing Company beer, live music from the Brass Messengers, and more!”


Cinco de Mayo Celebration – Friday, May 5th

“It’s that time of year again, Lago Tacos in Uptown is throwing a Cinco de Mayo bash, all day long. Our patio will be opened up to the parking lot, giving everyone a huge space to eat, drink and party.”


May The Fourth Be With You – Thursday, May 4th

“Come celebrate the dark side with Surly Brewing Company and Pizza Lucé! Darkness will be tapped at 8PM and Barrel-Aged Darkness at 9PM. Star Wars themed Trivia Mafia starting at 9PM with Surly merchandise as prizes! Costumes encouraged.”


Betty Danger’s Kentucky Derbatante – Saturday, May 6th

Celebrate the Kentucky Derby Danger style! Betty Danger’s will be hosting a grand party with DJs, Derby mini golf, and multiple cocktail stations. Come dressed in your preppiest Southern attire and your biggest hat for the best hat contest. There will also be live ponies!


Festival of Nations – Friday, May 6th-Sunday, May 8th

“In 2017, the Festival will continue its legacy as the longest running multicultural festival in the Midwest and, once again, collaborate with nearly 100 ethnic groups to create a truly unique experience– one that celebrates cultural heritage and provides our community’s immigrants with a platform to express their stories through world-class performances, exhibits, ethnic cuisine, and personal connections.”

Source: Morries

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