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MPR Days: Saint John's University

MPR Days: Saint John

MPR Day at Saint John's University
Tuesday, April 25, 6 a.m.-6 p.m.

In celebration of our 50th anniversary, Minnesota Public Radio returns to its birthplace with a two-day visit to Saint John's University. All events will take place at Brother Willie's Pub in Sexton Commons. In addition, Garrison Keillor will perform a sold-out show at the College of Saint Benedict that same evening.

Join us at Saint John's University or tune in for live broadcasts from MPR News, Classical MPR, and The Current on April 25th!

    Bring the Sing: April 26

    Bring the Sing: April 26

    We're seeking voices of all abilities for the second season of Bring the Sing, a community choral event. Part sing-along, part workshop, it's music-making fun for all, and you're invited to join the fun.

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