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Your weekend planning guide

Your weekend planning guide

Celebrate 40 years of the Hmong in Minnesota and hit the park — not the mall — on Black Friday.

From free events to family fun to adults-only, here's a roundup of events to get you out of the house — or not.

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    Gales of November

    November 29, 2:00pm | St. Paul, MN | Tickets

    Talking Volumes: Jane Smiley and "The Golden Age"

    December 2, 7:00pm | St. Paul, MN | Tickets

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    December 10, 7:00pm | St. Paul, MN | Tickets

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