Pose is a unique 75-minute yoga glow party designed to connect
participants of all experience levels as it brings the party to your
Sports, Health & Wellness
Females of all ages and athletic abilities are invited to participate in the Women Run the Cities run/walk event organized by Minnesota Commercial Real Estate Women (MNCREW). Proceeds from this event go to The Link and the CREW Network Foundation, which hold the same values of strength, courage, and perseverance that MNCREW works to exemplify.
The first 500 registrants receive a free 10th Anniversary tee!
Table tennis comes to Town Hall Brewery for the brewpub’s Ping-Pong Tournament, 11 a.m.–6 p.m., Sunday, Jan. 31. All skill levels are invited to play for a $20 entry fee that guarantees at least four games. The tournament includes round-robin pool play followed by an elimination round. Visit Town Hall Brewery to register by Jan. 29.
The tournament champion will win the grand cash prize — estimated at more than $250.
Back to School 5K and Social – Saturday, September 12 We’re excited to announce a new event to kick off the 2015-2016 school year! On Saturday, September 12, Minnewashta Elementary will host the inaugural Back to School 5K run and walk, followed by the return of the Back to School Social. We hope that these exciting events will bring together our school community with healthy, fun activities for the whole family. 5K registration will be open soon.
September 27 Celebrate sisterhood at Women Run the Cities, one of ESPN’s top five races for women in the nation. Organizers say that this popular event—featuring 10-mile and 10K runs, a 5K run/walk and a girls’ 1-mile run—is great for experienced runners and newbies alike. The courses start and finish at gorgeous Minnehaha Park in Minneapolis, and track along the Mississippi River. Register online; spots fill up quickly. Girls’ run open to ages 4–12. Prices vary by registration date and distance; $15–$70 and up.
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.
Tell your sister, mother and girlfriends it’s time to spend
an evening dedicated to their health – while having fun! Join us for this free
event, sponsored by Fairview, Thursday, June 4, from 5:30 to 8 p.m., Ames
Center, 12600 Nicollet Ave., Burnsville.
This FREE Ladies’ Night Out will include:
Spring may be just around the corner, but tough Minnesotans know that to keep warm, you’ve got to keep moving. Runners from around the Twin Cities will brave the brisk weather to kick off their running season. Whether this is your hundredth race or you’re still learning to tie your tennis shoes (that’s right, kids, you can join, too!), be sure to join in the fun and the post-race party featuring classic Minnesota dishes, a lumberjack costume contest and a winter beard competition. $45–$65 until March 2; $51–$71 until race day. 9 a.m.
The biggest snowshoe race in Minnesota is brought to you right here in the Twin Cities. Participants come from near and far to participate in this challenging trek, open to hikers of all ages and abilities. Races include a 10K, 5K, kids’ fun run and a 5K dog walk. For serious snowshoers, the Twin Cities Snow Shuffle is a regional qualifier for the US Snowshoe Association’s 2015 Dion National Snowshoe Championship race. Whether you’re racing, walking or just cheering on the competitors, this event celebrates the beauty of a Minnesota winter. $20–$40.
Enjoy a break from all of the holiday chaos with Yoga in the Gardens. Alleah S. will be leading this session in the Fireplace Room. Bring your own mat, water, and towel, and register early as classes fill up fast. Free with gate admission. Noon. Minnesota Landscape Arboretum, 3675 Arboretum Drive, Chanhassen; 952.443.1400; arboretum.umn.edu