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  • Of Pagan Interest October 1 through October 14

    Of Pagan Interest highlights cultural events in the Twin Cities metro that fall under the extremely broad umbrella of “Pagan interest.”

    Monday, October 1
    Next Generation of Parks Lecture: Sweet & Salt, Water and the Dutch
    6 pm
    Location: U of M – Ralph Rapson Hall
    Cost: FREE

    Vita occulta plantarum (secret life of plants)
    Location: Bakken Library and Museum
    Cost: $7
    Runs through October 7

    Location: Black Forest Inn 1 E 26th St Minneapolis
    Cost: FREE admission
    Runs through October 20

    It’s Chiming in Normaltown
    Location: Midway Contemporary Art 527 2nd Ave. SE Minneapolis
    Cost: FREE
    Runs through October 6

    Sacred Space, Contested Terrain
    Location: Katherine E. Nash Gallery 405 21st Ave. S. Minneapolis
    Cost: Free

    Event Theosophical Society – Anita Collodoro Lecture
    Time: 7:30 pm
    Location: First Unitarian Society 900 Mt Curve Ave. Minneapolis
    Cost: $6

    Nature in Proximity
    Location: Nina Bliese Gallery 225 6th St. Minneapolis
    Cost: Free

    Tuesday, October 2
    Banned Books Week: Defend Your Favorite
    Time: 6:30 pm
    East Lake Library – Register Online
    Cost: Free

    Healthy Eating
    Time: 6-8 pm
    Northeast Library, Minneapolis
    Cost: FREE

    Great Decisions: Energy Geopolitics
    Time: 1-2:30 PM
    Washburn Library, Minneapolis
    Cost: FREE

    The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari
    Time: 2 – 3:15 pm
    Location: MIA
    Cost: $10

    Wednesday, October 3
    One Minneapolis One Read: Dakota 38
    7-9 pm
    Location: Minneapolis Central Library
    Cost: FREE

    Thursday, October 4
    Talk of the Stacks with Naomi Wolf
    Time: 7 pm
    Author of the Beauty Myth presents her new book, “Vagina: a New Biography.”
    Location: Minneapolis Central Library
    Cost: FREE

    Dead and Undead
    “Find out how rabies is related to the mythologies of vampires and zombies, satisfy your urge for real human brains, explore reanimation through electrical shock, learn how to mummify a chicken and taxidermy a squirrel, watch out for the flesh eating beetles, and see the new Lost Egypt exhibition before it opens to the general public.”
    Time: 6 pm – 11 pm
    Location: Science Museum of Minnesota
    Cost $15, $21 with Omnitheatre ticket

    Friday, October 5
    Twin Cities Oktoberfest
    Time 4 pm through 11 pm, October 5 & 6
    Location Progress Center MN State Fairgrounds 1265 Snelling Ave N
    Cost: $25 admission

    Saturday, October 6
    Make Green Cleaning Products
    Time: 12:30 pm – 2 pm
    Location: St. Anthony Library
    Cost: Free
    Register online

    Slutwalk Minneapolis
    Time: 5pm – 9 pm
    Location Father Hennepin Bluffs
    Cost FREE

    Friday, October 12
    Zinnia Folk Arts – What is the Day of the Dead?
    Location Zinnia Folk Arts, LLC 826 West 50th St Minneapolis, MN
    Time 6:30 pm
    Cost: Free admission

    Saturday, October 13
    Lost Egypt Exhibit
    Location Science Museum of Minnesota
    Time: Check museum hours
    Cost $13


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