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With plein-air painters, artists demonstrations, performers, teen-art gallery, history tent, kids art activities, strolling musicians, more. More i...
Event Review: Art in the Hollow
From an opera premiere to artists demonstrating their technique you won't find a more interesting art festival this summer. Note: Swede Hollow lies 150 feet below street level in a hidden ravine between Payne and E. 7th Streets, just outside downtown St. Paul. The main entry is NOT on Payne Avenue, but down a path and via a tunnel at Beaumont and Preble. Through the rabbit hole into a secret paradise! Now recruiting artists and performers. Google directions for HOPE Community Academy and park in their lot. contact Artinthehollow.org, or on Facebook: Art in the Hollow to take part or check it out.
As the traditional signal of summer's end, August represents one last fleeting chance to savor the simple pleasure of lounging outdoors, socializing with friends and family, relaxed and remote from such worries as frostbite and hypothermia.... More »
While there are many great places to hike in the city, none has a more interesting history than Swede Hollow Park. From the early 1900s to the 1950s, Swede Hollow was a small immigrant community, full of rustic shanties, just below the Hamm's Brewery on Dayton's Bluff. After the city condemned and burned down the houses in 1956, the area reverted to its natural state, full of native trees, flowers, and wildlife. In the Hollow it's not unusual to see wide-eyed owls perching in the trees or... More »
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