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  • Aamodt's Hot Air Balloon Rides

    P.O. Box 843, Lakeland, MN Minneapolis, MN 55440

  • Christie Mountain

    W. 13755 Highway O, Bruce, WI Minneapolis, MN 55440
    715-868-7800 W Featuring More >>

  • Corepower Yoga

    Corepower Yoga

    501 S. Washington Ave. Minneapolis, MN 55415
    612-375-9642 The only yoga chain in Minnesota, Corepower yoga leads novices through advanced yogis in practice. Here, attendees will gain flexibility, strength, balance, and the smug superiority of the super bendy. There are several different classes from beginner Vinyasa-style practice, boot camp, wellness cleanse, yoga sculpt, a yoga Pilates fusion, and more. The classes are also offered in varying lengths. Corepower also offers instructor certification and training, as well as yoga retreats for members. With dozens of classes offered several easy-to-get-to locations each day, Corepower makes it easy to fit yoga into a busy schedule, but for those who can't make it down to the studio, online yoga is also offered. Namaste. More >>

  • The Depot Skating Rink

    The Depot Skating Rink

    225 3rd Ave. S. Minneapolis, MN 55401
    612-375-1700 Were anyone looking for a location to film a romantic comedy in Minneapolis, we'd direct them to The Depot Skating Rink. The cavernous space overlooking Washington Avenue is hopelessly romantic and beautiful, with floor-to-ceiling windows that offer breathtaking views of the snowy cityscape. In a setting such as this, it's easy to imagine our heroine spinning around, tripping on her toe pick, and falling into the arms of that dashing fellow with the twinkling eyes. From there, the story basically writes itself: our new couple can linger over snacks at the bar -- say, warming up with a cup of hot chocolate -- or sip on wine and beer. It's a lovely place to fall in love - that is until the clichéd misunderstanding threatens to tear them apart... (The venue is also available for private rental, and offers discounts for military and college students on select nights. Their season runs from November to March.) More >>

  • FSC of Minneapolis Learn to Skate Program

    2323 Riverside Ave. Minneapolis, MN 55454
    612-751-9303 Don't lose heart if your messages aren't returned right away. Perhaps they're too busy out on the ice. ... More >>

  • Granite Peak

    3605 N. Mountain Road, Wausau, WI Minneapolis, MN 55440
    715-845-2846 Granite Peak has a vertical drop of More >>

  • Griffin Martial Arts

    3401 Boardman St. Minneapolis, MN 55440
    612-408-3626 More >>

  • Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome

    Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome

    900 5th St. S. Minneapolis, MN 55415
    612-825-3663 The Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome has hosted some historic sports events over its 30-plus years of existence. Most famously, of course, there were the Minnesota Twins World Series wins in 1987 and 1991, not to mention that it's the only facility to have hosted a Super Bowl, World Series, Major League All-Star Game, and the NCAA men's Final Four. In addition to those numerous sports milestones that have taken place at the Dome, the site has also hosted rock concerts by the Grateful Dead, Bob Dylan, Tom Petty, Pink Floyd, the Rolling Stones, Metallica, Guns N' Roses, Paul McCartney, Black Sabbath, and U2. The outdoor parking lot even played host to some outdoor festivals over the years, including the early incarnation of Soundset. Nonetheless, the old dome is in its twilight years, and is set to be demolished in February 2014 in order to make room for the new Minnesota Vikings stadium, which will be completed in 2016. This upcoming Vikings season will be the last professional sports games played in the Metrodome before they move to the Gophers' TCF Bank Stadium for the next two years while their new facility is built. More >>

  • Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome Parking Lot

    900 S. 5th St. Minneapolis, MN 55415

  • James Sewell Ballet

    528 Hennepin Ave. Minneapolis, MN 55403

  • The Legends Club at Target Field

    1 Twins Way Minneapolis, MN 55403

  • Loring Park Shuffleboard Club

    Willow St. S. Minneapolis, MN 55403

  • Memory Lanes

    Memory Lanes

    2520 26th Ave. S. Minneapolis, MN 55403
    612-721-6211 Bowling and rock music collide here on a regular basis. The stage is set up across four of the 30 lanes on weekend nights so you can go for that elusive 300 game while rocking out to cover bands, local bands and a smattering of touring bands from nearby states. In front is The Flashback Cafe with a menu featuring burger and fries-type fare. More >>

  • Metrodome

    900 S. 5th St. Minneapolis, MN 55415

  • Metropolis Rugby Football Club

    800 Columbia Parkway Minneapolis, MN 55440

  • Minneapolis Municipal Hiking Club

    400 S. 4th St. Minneapolis, MN 55415

  • Minneapolis Park And Recreation Board

    2117 W. River Road Minneapolis, MN 55440
    612-230-6400 Men's, women's, and coed teams play at Bryn Mawr Park, Lake Nokomis, Logan Park, and Van Cleve Park. Badminton, basketball, baseball, broomball, football, kickball, lacrosse, soccer, softball, sailing, swimming, tennis and volleyball. Youth and adult programs at Lake Harriet. More >>

  • Minneapolis Rowing Club

    2968 W. River Minneapolis, MN 55440
    612-729-1541 Classes on rowing for teens and adults. More >>

  • Minnesota Inline Skate Club

    P.O. Box 581205, Minneapolis, MN Minneapolis, MN 55440

  • Minnesota Orienteering Club

    P.O. Box 580030, Minneapolis, MN Minneapolis, MN 55440

  • Minnesota Sports Federation

    P.O. Box 368, Big Lake, MN Minneapolis, MN 55440
    763-263-9993 More >>

  • Minnesota Timberwolves

    Minnesota Timberwolves

    600 N. 1st Ave. Minneapolis, MN 55403
    612-337-3865 The Minnesota Timberwolves are an NBA franchise formed in 1989 who play their home games at Target Center in downtown Minneapolis. The one-time expansion club has suffered through a futile history over the years. Their luck changed briefly during Kevin Garnett's heyday, when KG won the league's MVP in 2004, while leading the team to their only Western Conference Finals (where they eventually lost to the former Minnesota NBA franchise, the Los Angeles Lakers). The Wolves then traded Garnett, the organization's only legitimate superstar, to the Boston Celtics in 2007, and have languished in mediocrity ever since. The team has been plagued by both disastrous draft picks, poor trades, and bad luck -- infamously never moving up a place in the history of the draft lottery -- but with the emergence of Kevin Love and Ricky Rubio and some talented role players, all coached under the steady tutelage of Rick Adelman, the Wolves might have things heading in the right direction in the future. More >>

  • Minnesota Twins Metrodome

    Metrodome, 900 5th St. S. Minneapolis, MN 55415

  • Minnesota Twins

    Minnesota Twins

    1 Twins Way Minneapolis, MN 55403
    612-338-9467 Minnesota has long been Twins Territory -- since 1961, in fact – and its through their heroics that the Land of 10,000 Lakes has enjoyed some of its most memorable sports moments. Most notably, of course, were those two glorious World Series victories, notched up in 1987 and 1991, and a run of six Division titles from the early 2000s. Of course, the team's history stretches back another century, back its days as the Washington Senators, although the Twinkies themselves built their legacies on the fields of Metropolitan Stadium and the Metrodome. But it was their move to Target Field, in 2010, that truly solidified a baseball game not only as a sporting event, but a place to enjoy the best Minneapolis has to offer. There, you can sample a wide array of local eats, local beers, and occasionally even local music to accompany the baseball game on the field. Packed tightly into the Warehouse District, the ballpark rises from the shadows of legendary First Avenue and the Target Center, with Fulton’s Brewery just a hop-skip away. Target Field also pays homage to that storied past, with the entrance gates marking Twins greats -- Rod Carew, Harmon Killebrew, Tony Olivia, Kirby Puckett, and Kent Hrbek are all immortalized -- and Twins Plaza boasting a beautiful, open walkway. And then there's the field itself, that glimpse of green Kentucky bluegrass, and the sound of cracking bats, all of which can mean only one thing: it’s summertime in Minnesota. More >>

  • Minnesota Vikings

    2009 University Ave. SE Minneapolis, MN 55415
    800-745-3000 The Minnesota Vikings are a professional football team formed in 1961, who currently play their home games at the Metrodome in downtown Minneapolis. The Vikings have a long, storied history of painful defeats, including four losses without a victory in the Super Bowl, as well recent collapses in the NFC Championship's in both 1998 and 2009. The Vikings will be moving into a new home in the 2016 season built on the current Metrodome site. For the next two seasons they will play at the Gophers' football home, TCF Bank Stadium. The Vikings are led by current league MVP Adrian Peterson, who miraculously overcame a devastating knee injury to come within 9 yards of setting the NFL's single season rushing record. Hopefully, if the Vikings continue to surround Peterson with some more talent, and the All-Pro running back helps the team christen their new home with years of success and a long-awaited Super Bowl victory. More >>

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