For week of Aug. 17-23; bands perform from 9 p.m. to close with no cover unless otherwise noted.
Double DJs (variety) Fri-Sat
Blue Ox Bar
Annex (rock) Thur-Sat
Magic Box (rock) Sun
Itis (rock) Mon-Wed
Cliff Veronick, pianist, and Cleo Kuelbs, vocalist (jazz/swing), Fri-Sat, 7-10 p.m.
To Be Announced Fri
Iron Rail Saloon
Silent Partner (rock) Thur-Sat
Stampede (classic country) Sun, 8 p.m.-midnight
Synergy (variety) Wed
Austin Healy (rock) Thur
The Palmers (variety) Fri-Sun
Marina Lounge (Breezy Point Resort)
Tami & the Bachelor (variety) Thur-Sat, Mon-Wed
Dockside Bar (Breezy Point Resort)
Chris "Elvis" Olson (impersonator) Sat, 8:30-11 p.m.
Prime Time Charlie's
Stool Pigeons (rock) Fri-Sat
Rebecca Leland (variety) Fri
Johnny Clueless (rock) Sat
Elvis (impersonator) Sun
Three Bobs (variety) Mon
East Gull Lake
The O'Madden Pub (Madden's Resort)
Donny Vosen (variety) Thur-Sat, Mon-Wed
The Blue Goose
Wayne Renn (country) Fri-Sat
Bar Harbor Supper Club
Sawtell (variety) Thur-Sat, Tue-Wed
Steve Anderson (variety) Sun-Mon, 7:30-11:30 p.m.
West Side Bar
Led Stetson (country rock) Thur-Sat, Wed
Larson's Barn Dance
Mustangs (country) Sat
Deuces Wild (variety) Fri-Sat
Lee Bone (R&B) Fri-Sat
Amateur night Sun
Diane Saumer & Friends (variety) Wed
Club Y Bar & Grill
Kristie Morris (variety) Fri
Bull Durham (country) Sat
Paul Bunyan Playhouse
"Cabaret," a musical based on play by John Van Druten, 7 p.m. today-Aug. 25, $13 for adults, $9 for youths under 18, $6 for children under 12, call 751-7270.
Little Falls Concerts in the Park
Area band Corridor in Concerts in the Park series, 4 p.m. Sunday, Maple Island Park, downtown Little Falls, free, Dennis Warner next in series Aug. 27.
Hole in the Day Players
"Little Shop of Horrors," a musical-comedy stage production by the Hole in the Day Players, 8 p.m. today and Friday in Charles Martin Auditorium, Little Falls High School, call (320) 632-0960 for ticket information.
A cappella performance
Black & White Hamburger Shop in downtown Little Falls presents The Appetizers, an a cappella group, 7 p.m. Aug. 26, free.
Morrison County Government Center
"Collection of Artworks from the TP&H Studio" exhibit by Brainerd artist Stephen Seevers through August, downtown Little Falls, free.
Medical Center Gallery
"Spirit of Classical Realism" exhibit by Katherine Lichy through August, downtown Little Falls, free.
Brainerd City Hall
Photo exhibit by Gary Fitch through August, free.
Brainerd Public Library
Group exhibit by members of the Encore Arts, through Sept. 30.
Regional Cultural Center
Mixed media exhibit by Shirlee Aho Daulton and Sandra Dalton Shaughnessy through Sept. 4, downtown New York Mills, call 385-3339.
Jaques Art Center
"Our Mother Earth" exhibit of works by established Ojibwe artists, including George Morrison, now through September, free.
Great River Arts Association presents five-day residential drawing workshop with Little Falls artist Charles Kapsner, Sept. 18-22, all skill levels, registration deadline Sept. 8, $250 including lunches, call (320) 632-0960.
Out of town
Ordway Center for the Performing Arts
345 Washington St.
"Don Quixote de La Minny" Sept. 6-24, $13-$17, call (651) 224-4222.
Minnesota Children's Museum
10 W. Seventh St.
"Mister Rogers' Neighborhood -- A Hands-on Exhibit," Tuesday-Sunday through Sept. 10; interactive math exhibit "Go Figure!" through Sept. 4; call (651) 225-6000.
Minneapolis Institute of Arts
2400 Third Ave.
"Body Work," an exhibit featuring 10 internationally famous photographers, including Edward Steichen, Edward Weston and Bill Brandt, through Oct. 8; "The Metamorphosis to Freedom" gouache exhibit by Holocaust survivor Dr. Robert Fisch, through Oct. 15, free; call (612) 870-3000.
Walker Art Center
725 Vineland Place
"The Home Show," an exhibit on contemporary domestic design, through Sunday, (612) 375-7622;
725 Vineland Place
"Hedda Gabler" opens Saturday with evening and matinee performances, $16-$42, call 877-447-8243.
Twin Cities concerts
Tim McGraw & Faith Hill on Saturday, Santana on Tuesday, both at the Target Center; K.D. Lang, Friday, Orpheum Theater; The Allman Brothers, Aug. 27, Northrop Auditorium; Tower of Power, Aug. 31, Minnesota Zoo Amphitheater; Def Leppard on Aug. 24, REO Speedwagon on Aug. 25, The Goo Goo Dolls on Aug. 30, Lynyrd Skynyrd and Kansas on Sept. 2, all at the Minnesota State Fair Grandstand; call Ticketmaster at (612) 989-5151.
Bill Cosby, 4 p.m. Sunday, Grand Casino Hinckley Amphitheater ($26-$36); B.B. King Blues Festival, Aug. 27 ($36-$48); call Ticketmaster at (612) 989-5151.
Great Northern Theater Co. presents musical "Oklahoma," 7:30 p.m. today-Saturday, $12 for adults, $10 for seniors and students, (320) 259-5463.
Duluth-Superior Symphony Orchestra will fill 12 openings in strings, woodwinds and brass sections with auditions by appointment in September, call 733-7577 or consult www.dsso.com.
Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe presents 34th annual Powwow, Friday-Sunday at Iskigamizigan Pow Wow Grounds two miles north of Grand Casino Mille Lacs, $3, call (320) 532-7518 for more information.
Nancy Moshier of Garrison will sign copies of her cookbook, "Eat Yourself Thin Like I Did," Saturday-Monday afternoon, Cub Foods, Baxter.
Finnish Folk Festival
Finn Creek Summer Folk Festival, Aug. 26-27 at Finn Creek Open Air Museum south of New York Mills on Highway 106, sponsored by New York Mills Finnish American Historical Society, call 385-3693 for more information.
Friends of the Brainerd Library sponsoring "Mystery of Mascot" drive-yourself tour of Mascot Resort on Webb Lake near Hackensack, Aug. 25, $21 including dinner, call 829-8938.
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