Weekend events Sept. 23-25

A variety of events will be taking place this weekend.

Here’s a roundup of events, with contributions from Minnesota Live:


Visitors to the “Junk Bonanza” event at Canterbury Park in Shakopee will find more than 120 vintage vendors with a range of items. The event runs Friday through Saturday. Learn more here.


There’s a “buzz” in Bloomington on Saturday. Buzz Fest will be held from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. at Moir Park. Visitors can learn about native plants and how you can engage in habitat restoration in your yard. There will also be food trucks, door prizes, children’s activities, and sustainability resources.

At Bad Weather Brewing in St. Paul, community members can stop by the Maker’s Market being hosted on the patio. From 2-6:30 p.m., visitors can check out a variety of locally-made goods.


The Minnesota Twins will try to keep a three-game home win streak alive when they play the Los Angeles Angels. The Twins are 73-77 overall and 43-32 at home.

Those visiting the North Shore this weekend can stop by Two Harbors for the 11th annual Lake Superior 20/20 Studio Art Tour, which takes place all around town at artists’ studios. There are 43 host and guest artists participating overall, three host “farms” and even a native plant greenhouse you can visit.


Fall de Tonka is taking place this weekend in Minnetonka and surrounding communities. The 28-mile bike route goes through Excelsior, Shorewood, Greenwood, Minnetonka, Deephaven, Eden Prairie, and Chanhassen.

The Alliance of Minnesota Chinese Organizations and other local ethnic communities will host the Autumn Moon Festival on Sunday in the Huntington Bank Rotunda at the Mall of America. Visitors can enjoy more than 40 performances from local Chinese, Hmong, Laotian and Vietnamese communities, while also learning about various traditions and community heritage.