Warmer weather means it’s the perfect time for bopping around Lowertown and its surrounding neighborhoods for the semi-annual Saint Paul Art Crawl. Breeze through studio and gallery spaces and enjoy a variety of entertainment. There will be live music, spoken word and poetry, flamenco dancing, and participatory fun such as swing and tango classes, scavenger hunts, and Tibetan rituals. The main festival stomping ground is Lowertown, where Tilsner Artists’ Co-op, the Lowertown Lofts Artist Cooperative, 262 Studios, and Northern Warehouse will be filled to the brim with art and activity. You may also want to check out art at Union Depot or grab a snack at Black Dog Cafe. A few venues on University Avenue in the Creative Enterprise Zone arts district are also part of the celebration; stop by the Midway Triangle Building and Interact Center for the Performing Arts, and make a pit stop at Can Can Wonderland. East Side Freedom Library, over in the Payne-Phalen neighborhood, will also be hosting art and happenings. For maps and more info, visit www.saintpaulartcrawl.org.