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  • SUMMER SENSATIONSSUMMER SENSATIONS

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    Nothing complements good summer weather quite like live music in the great outdoors. Outdoor concert series hosted by several south-of-the-river communities in coming months offer some-thing for music fans of all tastes, and the price cant be beat: Theyre free. Organizers of the Wednesday in the Park concert series in Burnsville have found a crowd pleaser in the lip-curling, hip-swiv-eling tribute act the Elvis Experience, consisting of father-and-son Elvis imper-sonators Steve and Tommy Marcio. The Elvis Experience kicks off the free concert se-ries in Civic Center Park on June 23. This summer will mark the Marcios third appear-

    ance at Wednesday in the Park. Like last years heavily attended Elvis tribute con-cert, a classic car show host-ed by the Southern Cruzers

    Car Club opens the evening at 6:30 p.m., followed by music at 7 p.m. Among the Wednesday in the Park acts this sum-

    mer are dance-rock cover band 20 Stories High (June 30), Latin rockers La Banda Nueva (July 21), and inter-national childrens group

    Sounds of Hope (July 28). The series finale on Aug. 4 will feature Revolver and the Secret Agents, both British Invasion-type trib-

    ute acts, effectively book-ending the summer with homages to classic rock from both sides of the At-

    Elvis, bluegrass and more

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    The Elvis Experience Elvis impersonators Steve Marcio and his 17-year-old son Tom-my will kick off Burnsvilles Wednesday in the Park free summer concert series on June 23 in Civic Center Park.

    South-of-the-river communities offering plentyin the way of free outdoor concerts this summer

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    Singer-songwriter Michael Monroe returns to this years Music in Kelley Park concert series (formerly the Apple Music Festival) for a July 2 concert. A full schedule for the free, eight-concert series hosted by the Apple Valley Arts Foundation can be found at www.applevalleyarts.org.

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    May 1 - Sept. 9 For-ever Wild Family Fridays. 7-8:30 p.m. The first Fri-day of every month from May through September, enjoy games, scavenger hunts, bonfires, snacks and fun for the whole family at Lebanon Hills Visitor Cen-ter. Free. Register and find more information at www.co.dakota.mn.us. May 15 Lakevilles city-wide garage sale, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. A map of the sales will be updated through Friday, May 7, as registrations are received, and can be found at www.ci.lakeville.mn.us. May 16 - The Holz Farm Spring Festival in Eagan will feature food, hayrides, farm animals, pony rides and in-teractive demonstrations of 1940s farm life. Holz Farm is located at 4669 Manor Drive in Eagan. Visit www.

    cityofeagan.com or call (651) 675-5500 for more in-formation. May 20-22 Rosemount Citywide Garage Sale. Map will be published county-wide in Thisweek Newspa-pers and made available at

    local businesses. For more information call the Rose-mount Parks and Recre-ation Department at (651) 322-6011. June-August Free Mov-ies in the Park. Rosemount Central Park Amphithe-

    ater. Bring blankets and lawn chairs, movies begin at dusk. June 19, Cloudy With a Chance of Meat-balls; July 17, The Blind Side; Aug. 21, The Prin-cess and the Frog. June 1 (start of series) - Family Fun Tuesdays at the Caponi Art Park is a weekly summer-long childrens se-ries that presents a variety of art forms focusing on providing families with op-portunities to learn about world cultures and explore new ideas together. For chil-dren of all ages. Interactive activities will include a vari-ety of music, dance, story-telling, puppetry and more. Visit www.caponiartpark.org for more information. June 11 - mid-August Music in Kelley Park (for-merly the Apple Music Fes-tival) is a free Friday-night See Calendar, 5B

    Wednesday in the Park concerts Free Wednesday in the Park concerts are presented by School District 191 Community Education and the city of Burnsville. Concerts are held outdoors at Civic Center Park and begin at 7 p.m. June 23 The Elvis Experience, with an opening-night appearance by the Southern Cruzers Car Club show, face painting and balloon sculptures. Festivities begin at 6:30 p.m., with the concert at 7 p.m. June 30 20 Stories High July 7 Will Hale and the Tadpole Band July 14 Sara Renner and Elements July 21 La Banda Nueva July 28 Sounds of Hope, International childrens group Aug. 4 The British Invasion

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    concert series in Apple Val-leys Kelley Park. Hosted by the Apple Valley Arts Foundation, the concerts run from 6:30 p.m. to dusk. The eight-concert schedule can be found at www.ap-plevalleyarts.org. June 12-Sept. 4 Music in the Zoo is a concert series at the Minnesota Zoo in Apple Valley. Blues Travel-er, Buckwheat Zydeco, Los Lobos and Mary Chapin Carpenter are among the many artists to perform. For more information visit www.mnzoo.com/events. June 14-Aug. 6 Apple Valley Mobile Puppet The-ater will hold a puppet show in various Apple Valley parks every day through-out the summer. Visit www.cityofapplevalley.org and click on Parks and Rec

    Programs for more infor-mation. June 14 (start of series) - The Summer Performance Series at the Caponi Art

    Park in Eagan features fam-ily-friendly outdoor perfor-mances at its Theater in the Woods outdoor amphithe-ater. A variety of musical

    and theater performances are scheduled June 13, July 11, July 25, Aug. 8 and Aug. 22. Visit www.caponiart-park.org for more informa-

    tion. June 16 - Oct. 27 St. Paul Farmers Market, of-fers fresh produce and homemade goods from lo-cal farmers Wednesdays from noon to 5 p.m., Mar-ket Plaza, at Holyoke Av-enue and 208th Street in downtown Lakeville. For more information, visit www.stpaulfarmersmarket.com. June 16 - July 21 Rose-mounts Kids Corner Park Series. Activities that focus on games, fitness, nature, friendships and fun for youths ages 6-12; Mondays through Thursdays 1 to 3 p.m., starting and ending on a Wednesday. Bring your own water bottle to the pro-gram each day. Pre-registra-tion is not required; how-ever, a parent or guardian must accompany children to their first session of Kids

    Corner to fill out an emer-gency contact card. Chil-dren without a card on file will not be allowed to par-ticipate. Monday: Jaycee, Birch, Charlies and Innis-free Parks; Tuesday: Jaycee, Meadows, Camfield and Bloomfield Parks; Wednes-day: Jaycee, Birch, Winds and Family Resource Cen-ter Parks; Thursday: Jaycee, Meadows, Brockway and Connemara Parks. June 17 - July 27 Rose-mounts Music in the Park Series is a free concert se-ries that offers a variety of childrens music performers. Concerts will be held at the Central Park Amphithe-ater near City Hall, except the July 27 concert, which is at Jaycee Park. Wiggle Jiggle and Jam will perform at 10 a.m. June 24. South of the River Community See Calendar, 6B

    Calendar/from 4BFarmingtons 2010 Dew Days

    Wednesday, June 16 7 p.m., Miss Farmington and Little Miss Pageant at Boeck-man Middle School auditorium. Thursday, June 17 10 a.m., Family Fun Day with games and activities at the corner of 195th Street and Pilot Knob Road in the parking lot in back of CVS Phar-macy; 6 to 9 p.m., Flavors of Farmington at Rambling River Park. Friday, June 18 5 p.m., childrens carnival at old city hall parking lot; 6 p.m., Car Cruise Night in downtown Farmington; 6 p.m., 15th annual Kiss the Pig contest at the Farmington American Legion; 7 to 8:30 p.m., Sure Betty band performs live at Farmington American Legion; 9 p.m. to midnight, Monsters of Mock band at Farmington American Legion. Saturday, June 19 8 a.m., 31st annual Dew Run beginning at Rambling River Center; 8 to 10 a.m., sixth annual bike auction at Rambling River Center; 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Dew Days Art Fair at Third and Oak streets in downtown Farmington; 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., carnival at old city hall parking lot; 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., Farmington Lions beer garden at to be announced location; 1 p.m., Grand Day Parade, check out parade map; 5 to