Culture Fest returns to Shakopee High School next week after months of preparation by students.
After 40 years of performances, the Shakopee Knights of Columbus will present the final shows of “The Passion of Jesus in Music, Word & Light” next week.
Canterbury Park announced earlier this month that four outdoor concerts will take place at the park’s open air grandstand this summer.
Valleyfair has plans to hire around 1,600 employees for the summer season.
Canterbury Park announced Monday that Chris Merz was hired for the role of senior director of horse racing operations.
Marcus Theatres closed its Marcus Shakopee Cinema at Shakopee Town Square Tuesday, Jan. 10, leaving the community with one movie theater.
The AMSOIL Championship Snocross series returns to Canterbury Park next week, bringing hundreds of professional and amateur racers from around the world to Shakopee.
Shakopee native Andrea Lynn Cianflone, a national touring performing artist and opera singer, returned to her hometown this month to perform singalong concerts around the holidays.
Christmas in Color’s lights show has returned to Valleyfair for another holiday season.
Winter Lights at the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum is back and brighter than ever. Guests can stroll through gardens of multicolored lights, take photos with loved ones and enjoy a s’more from Nov. 17 to Jan. 1 on specific days and times.
The Sever’s Holiday Lights show has returned for the holiday season with more lights and some exciting additions.
Tyler Hubbard of Florida Georgia Line and Black Stone Cherry complete 2023 Lakefront Music Fest lineup
Prior Lake Rotary’s Lakefront Music Fest has completed it’s lineup with a staple in country music, Tyler Hubbard and Kentucky rockers, Black Stone Cherry.
Jacob Shay, a Chaska High School graduate and current senior at Concordia College-Moorhead, recently had an opportunity many young composers don’t — to be commissioned and hear his original composition played by a live, professional orchestra.
The well-known songs “A Bushel and a Peck,” “Luck be a Lady” and “Sit Down, You’re Rockin’ the Boat” have been earworms for decades — and now they can all be heard live in Chaska High School’s production of “Guys and Dolls,” running from Nov. 11 to 19.
Seven and half years ago, 90-year-old Earl Olander — beloved brother, uncle, neighbor, friend and community member — was murdered on his farm in Carver County.
Shakopee is celebrating fall time with the return of “Autumn Festival: An Arts and Crafts Affair.”
Jordan High School put the performing arts on full display last week, showcasing the school’s choirs and bands with a series of concerts.
The Shakopee High School’s drama program is returning to the stage this fall with performances of “Fiddler on the Roof.”
Retired WCCO-TV anchor Don Shelby will return to the stage for four performances of “Love Letters” at Chanhassen Dinner Theatres.
Come for the Norwegian-American representation and stay for the lutefisk jokes.
Scare up a good costume and get ready for Chanhassen’s 38th annual Halloween party 5:30-7:30 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 29 at the Chanhassen Recreation Center.
Twin Cities Summer Jam, the popular summer music festival, has announced it will come to an end.
Put your knowledge of natural resources in Chanhassen and Minnesota to the test during environmental trivia night at the Chanhassen Brewing Company, 951 W 78th St., Chanhassen.
With the beginning of fall comes the familiar sound of leaves crunching under foot and the earthy scent of the season. This time of year also means a vast array of colorful leaves of red, orange and yellow.
The Chanhassen Senior Center will host the Start Your Engines: Healthy, Fit & Thriving health expo on Sept. 29 from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the Chanhassen Rec Center, 2310 Coulter Blvd., Chanhassen.
Jordan was filled once more with German-themed festivities and foods at its annual Heimatfest on Sept. 9 and 10.
Sever’s is kicking off the fall season with its annual fall festival in Shakopee.
The Minnesota Landscape Arboretum is a great place to make the best out of the fall season. Whether visitors want to listen to local music, admire a large rainbow made up of pumpkins or grab some fresh apples, the Arboretum is the place to go.
Grammy award-winning artist Darius Rucker will replace Lady A as the Country Night headliner at the 2023 Lakefront Music Fest, organizers announced.
It’s once again time for the annual Nordic Music Festival at the Lions Park in Victoria. This year’s festivities will take place Sept. 10 from 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Badger Hill Brewing announced July 25 that its brewery and taproom are relocating to the Canterbury Commons district in Shakopee.
The Chaska Valley Family Theatre is bringing Shrek the Musical to the Chanhassen High School stage.
Renderings have been released for a new 19,000-seat outdoor amphitheater at Canterbury Park in Shakopee.
Taste and Toast is one of the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum’s largest parties of the summer. Around 1,000 attendees enjoyed the beautiful evening in the gardens at peak bloom on July 27.
Tens of thousands of music fans gathered at Canterbury Park last week to attend Twin Cities Summer Jam, the three-day concert series.
The Carver County Historical Society is hosting an 1860s-style baseball game on Saturday, Aug. 6.
The latest summer festival is coming in hot… and cold. Chaska’s annual Fire and Ice Festival is happening Friday, July 15, and Saturday, July 16, at Firemen’s Park. The Fire and Ice Bonspiel curling tournament will also be taking place July 14-17, 2022.
The second annual Bike the Arb event will take place Sunday, July 17, at the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum, 3675 Arboretum Dr., Chanhassen. This year’s event will be a 13.3k Road Race.
The 2022 Old National Bank Summer Concert Series is once again bringing tunes to town. The series takes place on Thursdays from 6:30 – 8 p.m. through August.
Chanhassen residents and visitors alike eagerly awaited the Fourth of July Parade in downtown Chanhassen on Monday.
The 11th annual ArtStock: Art, Wine & Music Festival is this weekend in Waconia.
This year was Chanhassen’s 39th annual Fourth of July Celebration. Various contests took place over the three-day festival. Here are the winners:
This year marks the 100th birthday of waterskiing. The sport was invented in Minnesota in 1922 in Lake City on Lake Pepin.
The Prior Lake Rotary expects the Lakefront Music Fest to repeat last summer’s success with another sell-out. Country Night, slated for Saturday, July 9, is sold out and organizers expect close to a sell-out for Rock Night, set for Friday, July 8.
Musicals with a Mission is putting on its performances of “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” at 7 p.m. Friday, July 8, and 7 p.m. Saturday, July 9.
Fourth of July is like no other time in Chanhassen.
“Twin Cities Live,” KSTP-TV’s mid-afternoon show, will be in town highlighting some of the unique spots, restaurants, shopping and people of Prior Lake the week of June 27.
Legendary country music band Alabama will headline the country acts at the Lakefront Music Fest in place of country star Toby Keith, who canceled his appearance as he recovers from treatments for stomach cancer.
Country superstar Toby Keith has canceled his planned headline performance at the Lakefront Music Fest after he announced over the weekend that he is fighting stomach cancer.
Celebration is returning to Paisley Park June 2-5.
- County board says Ren Fest can continue
- Rental relief may be coming for those struggling post pandemic
- School officials considering sale of former downtown Savage School
- Architects in negotiations for Chaska public safety project
- Verdict expected this week in case of Shakopee man accused of killing girlfriend
- Former Laker helps Iowa State get back to the NCAA tournament
- Chaska makes push for Cooper’s to be in county land trust
- Future of Ren Fest expected to be decided Tuesday
- Indian and Nepali food eatery opens in Chanhassen
- Obituary for Lois A. Brose