Brad Robinson and author Linda Tedford will be signing copies of Brad’s just-released book, “The Price of Victory and the Fear of Innovation,” at Brightwater Clothing & Gear in downtown Excelsior on Saturday, June 6.
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Voting has come and gone for the 2015 Best of St. Louis Park, and we received a record number of ballots from dedicated readers of St. Louis Park Magazine. Hundreds of businesses were nominated for the awards, but only the top three in each category will continue on to the Best of St. Louis Park event, where this year's winners will be announced!
This 21-and-over event is a great place for ringing in the New Year. Unlimited cosmic bowling, a pizza buffet and champagne are all a part of the celebration. Bring your friends (and maybe someone special to smooch at midnight) and count down the last moments of 2014. $25. 9 p.m. Park Tavern, 3401 Louisiana Ave.; 952.929.6810; parktavern-hub.com
Short-term memory controls many processes, from forming words to executing plans. This lecture and workshop will include tips for spotting deficiencies in short-term memory and processing speed, and offer solutions for improving memory and using the brain to its full capacity. Open to all parents and students. $20. 6:30–8:30 p.m. Groves Academy, 3200 Highway 100; 952.920.6377; grovesacademy.org
Take a break from buying gifts and treat yourself during this busy month. Instructor Monica Mohn shares her professional dance experience and works to turn those two left feet into seasoned two-steppers, with moves that you’ll be able to recall—and perform—easily for years to come. This is a couples-only event, so be sure to invite a dance partner before you register. $35/couple; register online. 7:15–9:15 p.m. Lenox Community Center, 6715 Minnetonka Blvd.; 952.928.6442; slpcommunityed.com
Who says Monday nights have to be boring? Meet fellow visual artists, writers, dancers and musicians, sponsored by the Hopkins Center for the Arts. Join artsy peers to network, make friends, perform at the open mic and enter drawings for great prizes. Free. 6–8 p.m. Main St. Bar & Grill, 800 Main St., Hopkins; 952.979.1107; hopkinsartscenter.com
Get crafty and stitch an omiyage card-holder envelope in Kawaii Japanese style. Work on your own envelope after you learn hand-embroidery and wool-felting techniques from the pros. Materials provided. Free. 6–8 p.m. St. Louis Park Library, 3240 Library Lane; 612.543.6125; register at hclib.org.
Teens can deconstruct, upcycle and modify old clothes as they create their own fashions. Learn basic sewing, appliqué and surface-design techniques to unleash creativity. For students in grades 7–12. 3:30-5:30 p.m. St. Louis Park Library, 3240 Library Lane; 612.543.6125; register at hclib.org.
This summer, 100 artists from St. Louis Park made 10-inch glass mosaic mandalas that represent themselves or their connections to the world. See the unveiling of the final piece, 100 Hands. Free. ShowPlace ICON Theatre, 1625 West End Blvd.; 612.568.0375; slpfota.org