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Greenway Glow Arts Festival and Night Bike Ride on June 20th!

From the Midtown Greenway Coalition’s website: Charlie Glow photo

6 p.m. – Midnight

Join us for the BIGGEST and BRIGHTEST night on the Greenway!  Featuring more than 30 art installations and performances in and along the corridor.

The arts festival is free, while the bike ride has a registration fee and donations that raise funds to support the Greenway.

Register for the Night Bike Ride: Bike Ride Registration

See the list of performers, times, and locations here:  Glow Artists

Volunteer for the Greenway Glow:  Volunteer

We will also be organizing a “Family Glow” from 6 – 9 p.m., located in the Soo Line Community Garden (one block east of Lyndale).  The free Family Glow will feature hands-on “make and take” art activities for kids.  It will kick off the larger Greenway Glow arts festival that will be from 8 p.m. – Midnight throughout the Greenway.

Everyone is welcome to join us at the new Soo Visual Arts Center on Bryant from 8 p.m. – Midnight.  There will be live music, gallery exhibis, and you can purchase tasty hot dogs and sausages from Prairie Dogs and drinks from bartenders from Bryant-Lake Bowl.  Free admission.

Hope to see you on June 20th in the Midtown Greenway!

Specifically at the Vine Arts Center (27th Ave. & the Greenway)

Spinning Stories: Stories After Dark – Kate Kunkel Bailey “Currency” – Listen to tales by talented storytellers and ride along to hear more at two other locations along the Midtown Greenway. 9:30 p.m. and again at 11:30 p.m.

Vine Arts Center will also be featuring Night Gallery, art illuminating the darkness, painting with light, projection and shadow-play. Vine Arts will also have ambient bass music provided by Charles Milkey.

More information here.

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