2720 West 43rd St., Minneapolis Minnesota
612-920-5005 Fax 612-920-7804
A literary book store in Minneapolis, MN with an interesting online book store web presence. A book club, Book Fairs, Book signings, chalderns and adults story time and readings from authors and an eclectic staff. Home to the literary CLUB MANX, The most exclusive, prestigious, and silly V.I.P. club there is!
EVERY Monday of EVERY month at Wild Rumpus is the fabulous performance that critics are raving about: Tale Time! We sing silly songs and read even sillier picture books. For any child age 0 - 6, Tale Time is a time of smiles, laughs, and wonder! Published book reviews to rival the NY Times.
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05/18 Coming to The Minneapolis area
Minnesota Alpaca Festival Owatonna MN April13-14 The halter show has over 500 alpacas in the most astonishing array of colors. Award winning fleece will be on display throughout the weekend! This is also a shopping extravaganza.
Scott-Carver Thresher's Annual Swap Meet Jordan MN May4-5 Antique car, tractor, farm equipment and machinery for consignment and auction.
Shepherd's Harvest Sheep and Wool Festival Lake Elmo MN May10-12 Shepherd’s Harvest Festival is an opportunity for rural and urban people to meet and share information about sheep and sheep products and other fiber-producing animals.
Rhubarb Festival Lanesboro MN June1 Taste such delicious rhubarb delights as pies, crisps, cakes, soups, chutneys, chili, jams, ketchup, leathers, drinks and more. Be the judge of the best of everything rhubarb. After tasting your favorites, vote. Winners of Peoples Choice Awards win great prizes!
Rhubarb Days Osceola WI June7-8 Enjoy rhubarb at Mill Pond Park in Osceola.
Tater Daze Brooklyn Park MN June13-16 Brooklyn Park Tater Daze is a unique festival where residents pay homage to the humble potato. Early settlers discovered that potatoes flourished in the flat, sandy soil of the area.