Weekend Events Preview 4/3–4/6

Chowgirls Thrive

Saturday, April 5th

30 Days of Biking – Flèche de l’Aube & Calhoun Cycle Rides

On Saturday there are two biking activities. The first one meets at Dunn Bros on E Lake in Minneapolis at 7am for an easy-paced ride. The second one meets at Calhoun Cycle on Hennepin in Minneapolis at 9am for a ride tailored to the group that shows up. Depending on the group, destinations may be the Walker Art Center (Free 1st Saturday), The Depot, The Baker’s Wife, Patisserie 46, Beez Kneez Hives, Minnehaha Falls, etc. For more information, check out 30 Days of Biking website. 7am // Dunn Bros // 4648 E Lake St, Minneapolis  &  9am // Calhoun Cycle // 3342 Hennepin Ave, Minneapolis

Bootcamp & Beer at Lucid Brewing presented by GetKnit Events

Get ready for spring with GetKnit’s bootcamp fitness lesson at Lucid Brewery. Work out in the morning with Mad Dog Fitness experts, then enjoy a flight of delicious brews as a reward for all the hard work. Included in this activity is exclusive access to Lucid Brewing, 5 samples of beers, and a Lucid mini-growler water bottle. Spaces fill up fast, so sign up now!

Gitchee Gumee Brewfest

Don’t miss the Gitchee Gumee Brewfest fundraiser for the Superior Jaycees this weekend in Superior. This fundraiser is one of the longest-running festivals in the Midwest. The event will feature over 25 breweries and 100 beers, some great people watching, and stories you’ll remember for years. Info and tickets at ggbrewfest.com 4pm–8pm // UW Superior // 1605 Catlin Ave, Superior, WI

Sunday, April 6th

Thrive: Sustainability Sessions – Digging Deep with Dessa

A Minnesota favorite, Dessa, leads a discussion with key players in the sustainable food scene in Minneapolis including Niel Ritchie, CEO of the Main Street Project, Sam Grant of the Movement Center for Deep Democracy, and and local farmer Joshua Bryceson, who runs Turnip Rock Farm, 50 minutes outside the Twin Cities. Turnip Rock Farm operates a CSA and works under the guiding principal that quality food is a right, not a privilege.. Bring your questions about policy and your questions about grocery shopping; you’ll have access to smart, bold change-makers. After the panel, Dessa will perform a short set. Tickets for this first Thrive event are $15 and available at https://chowgirlsthrivedessa.eventbrite.com 1pm // The Chowgirls Parlor //1224 NE Second St, Minneapolis

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