2022 Summer Arts and Entertainment Series

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EDEN PRAIRIE HOMETOWN CELEBRATION 2022

MUSIC, FOOD AND

FIREWORKS MONDAY

Help Manage EAB

A

s part of its multiyear emerald ash borer (EAB) management plan, the City continues treating or removing ash trees on public property. Removed trees are being replaced with diverse tree species at one-and-a-half times the rate of removal. The City is also promoting proper management of ash trees on private property. Discounted EAB treatment rates are available to residents through 2022.

edenprairie.org/EAB

3 p.m.

JULY 4

ROUND LAKE PARK

Community Plaza and Food Truck Plaza open

6:30 p.m.

Music from The Brian Kinney Band

7:45 p.m.

Welcome from Mayor Ron Case and City Council

8 p.m. 10 p.m.

Music from Free and Easy Fireworks!

d n a B e h e Up t

Strik FOR KIDS AND FAMILIES

Summer Street Maintenance Projects

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den Prairie’s annual street maintenance program involves overlaying, reclaiming and sealcoating more than 45 miles of City streets each year. The goal is to preserve and protect the pavement to reach a 40- to 50-year life expectancy before a street requires complete reconstruction. Maps and updates about 2022 street maintenance projects are available online.

edenprairie.org/InfrastructureProjects

Sunday, July 3 6–9:45 p.m. Round Lake Park Free kid-friendly event with self-directed activity stations throughout the park • Infatables

• Hands-on crafts

• Lawn games

• Dance Party

• Street art

te

Salu y r a t i l i AM

Friday, July 1 6:30 p.m. Staring Lake Amphitheatre • Free outdoor concert with the Eden Prairie Community Band and Jazz on the Prairie Big Band playing some of your favorite classics • Local veterans and active military are our special guests as we salute their service

Summertime food and beverages available for purchase, or bring your own

• Bring a chair or blanket and wear your most patriotic red, white and blue

Mini freworks display adds some sparkle at the end of the evening

• Summertime food and beverages available for purchase, or bring your own

Bring a lawn chair or blanket and enjoy free events all summer long! Music • Dance • Theater • Movies • Storytelling • Spoken Word Events take place at the Staring Lake Amphitheatre (unless otherwise noted), 14800 Pioneer Trail. Concessions available for purchase, or bring your own picnic and refreshments.

Visit edenprairie.org/Calendar for up-to-date information about each event; performers subject to change.


Eden Prairie Players Presents ason th 37 Se

28TH SUMMER MUSICAL

Sunday, June 12 Featuring Seven Area Big Bands

7 p.m.

COMPAS Teaching Artist: Kalpulli KetzalCoatlicue

July 8

7 p.m.

Craig Clark Band

July 10

6 p.m.

Echoes of Elvis

July 14

7 p.m.

Dirty Shorts Brass Band

July 15

7 p.m.

Miss Myra and the Moonshiners

July 16

6 pm

Special Saturday Concert 204th Army Band

July 17

6 p.m.

Lehto and Wright

July 21

7 p.m.

Dakota Valley Symphony

July 22

7 p.m.

Salsa de Sol

July 24

6 p.m.

Ragamala Dance Company

July 28

7 p.m.

Wondercure

July 29

7 p.m.

Sawyer’s Dream

July 31

3 p.m.

PeopleFest! Party

Aug 4

7 p.m.

Kashimana

Aug 7

6 p.m.

COMPAS Teaching Artist: Frank Sentwali Slam Poetry

Aug. 11

7 p.m.

Church of Cash

Visit edenprairie.org/Calendar for performance information

Staring Lake Amphitheatre

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Just Friends Big Band

1 p.m.

Good News Big Band

2 p.m.

Bend in the River Big Band

3 p.m.

ACME Jazz Company

4 p.m.

River City Jazz Orchestra

5 p.m.

Genesis Jazz Orchestra

6 p.m.

Jazz on the Prairie Big Band

Rotary C

Donations accepted and encouraged with our thanks.

Be a Good Neighbor

Children invited to dress as fairytale characters. Additional parking available across Pioneer Trail at Flying Cloud Fields with complimentary shuttle bus.

Join us in celebrating the variety of cultures that make up the Eden Prairie community.

Performed by special arrangement with Concord Theatricals, NY

17th Year Children’s Theatre Workshop

Performances designed just for kids! Tuesdays 10:30–11:15 a.m.

by Steph DeForie A play performed by children for children and others.

July 29–30 2:30 and 7 p.m. July 31 2:30 p.m.

June 14

Teddy Bear Band

June 21

The Bazillions

June 28

Everett Smithson Band

July 12

Will Hale and the Tadpole Parade

July 19

Talewise: Pirates: Lost at Sea

July 26

3 Strings: Celebrating People with Disabilities

Aug. 2

Heart and Soul Drum Academy

Aug. 9

COMPAS Teaching Artist: Danielle Daniel

Riley-Jacques Barn Admission charged; visit edenprairieplayers.com for ticket information. Performed by special arrangement with Playscripts, Inc.

New Precincts for 2022 Elections

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6:30 p.m. Eden Prairie Community Band and Jazz on the Prairie Big Band

June 19, 26 6 p.m.

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June 17–18, 23–25 7 p.m.

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Sundays, Thursdays and Fridays

Fully staged live outdoor musical!

Kick off the summer concert season with an afternoon of big-band jazz accompanied by the Noon Rotary’s Rib Fest. E

Sit back and enjoy live performances three evenings a week.

July

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lease keep the following ordinances in mind as you enjoy the summer:

If your address ends with an odd number, you must water your lawn on odd-numbered days of the month. If your address ends in an even number, water on even-numbered days. No lawn watering is allowed between noon and 5 p.m.

In addition to several music and dance performances, participate in classes, demonstrations, art experiences and more.

All unlicensed, unregistered or inoperable motor vehicles must be parked in a garage.

edenprairie.org/PeopleFest Denotes PeopleFest! community event

Enjoy a free movie under the stars. Come early, concessions and pre-show entertainment start at 7:30 p.m.; movies at 9 p.m.

Aug. 5

Encanto

Aug. 12

Hook

Aug. 19

Back to the Future

E

Vegetation must not be allowed to go to seed and must be kept to a height of 10 inches or less.

Campaign signs are allowed on private property but must be placed 12 feet or 4 paces from the road surface. Signs are not allowed on publicly owned land such as public schools or City parks.

arlier this year, the City fnished the precinct redistricting process local governments are required to complete every 10 years. As a result, voters may have a new polling place in upcoming elections. You will receive a postcard from Hennepin County with your new voting location prior to the primary election in August. View an updated precinct map and learn more on the City’s website.

edenprairie.org/Elections

edenprairie.org/CityCodeFAQ

Power equipment such as lawn mowers, weed trimmers and chain saws must be used between 7 a.m. and 10 p.m. Monday through Sunday. Life in the Prairie Summer 2022 6

Life in the Prairie Summer 2022 3


Eden Prairie Players Presents ason th 37 Se

28TH SUMMER MUSICAL

Sunday, June 12 Featuring Seven Area Big Bands

7 p.m.

COMPAS Teaching Artist: Kalpulli KetzalCoatlicue

July 8

7 p.m.

Craig Clark Band

July 10

6 p.m.

Echoes of Elvis

July 14

7 p.m.

Dirty Shorts Brass Band

July 15

7 p.m.

Miss Myra and the Moonshiners

July 16

6 pm

Special Saturday Concert 204th Army Band

July 17

6 p.m.

Lehto and Wright

July 21

7 p.m.

Dakota Valley Symphony

July 22

7 p.m.

Salsa de Sol

July 24

6 p.m.

Ragamala Dance Company

July 28

7 p.m.

Wondercure

July 29

7 p.m.

Sawyer’s Dream

July 31

3 p.m.

PeopleFest! Party

Aug 4

7 p.m.

Kashimana

Aug 7

6 p.m.

COMPAS Teaching Artist: Frank Sentwali Slam Poetry

Aug. 11

7 p.m.

Church of Cash

Visit edenprairie.org/Calendar for performance information

Staring Lake Amphitheatre

n

Just Friends Big Band

1 p.m.

Good News Big Band

2 p.m.

Bend in the River Big Band

3 p.m.

ACME Jazz Company

4 p.m.

River City Jazz Orchestra

5 p.m.

Genesis Jazz Orchestra

6 p.m.

Jazz on the Prairie Big Band

Rotary C

Donations accepted and encouraged with our thanks.

Be a Good Neighbor

Children invited to dress as fairytale characters. Additional parking available across Pioneer Trail at Flying Cloud Fields with complimentary shuttle bus.

Join us in celebrating the variety of cultures that make up the Eden Prairie community.

Performed by special arrangement with Concord Theatricals, NY

17th Year Children’s Theatre Workshop

Performances designed just for kids! Tuesdays 10:30–11:15 a.m.

by Steph DeForie A play performed by children for children and others.

July 29–30 2:30 and 7 p.m. July 31 2:30 p.m.

June 14

Teddy Bear Band

June 21

The Bazillions

June 28

Everett Smithson Band

July 12

Will Hale and the Tadpole Parade

July 19

Talewise: Pirates: Lost at Sea

July 26

3 Strings: Celebrating People with Disabilities

Aug. 2

Heart and Soul Drum Academy

Aug. 9

COMPAS Teaching Artist: Danielle Daniel

Riley-Jacques Barn Admission charged; visit edenprairieplayers.com for ticket information. Performed by special arrangement with Playscripts, Inc.

New Precincts for 2022 Elections

b

o

Noon

g. u –A

9

July 7

e

6:30 p.m. Eden Prairie Community Band and Jazz on the Prairie Big Band

June 19, 26 6 p.m.

n Prairi de

No

July 1

June 17–18, 23–25 7 p.m.

lu

Sundays, Thursdays and Fridays

Fully staged live outdoor musical!

Kick off the summer concert season with an afternoon of big-band jazz accompanied by the Noon Rotary’s Rib Fest. E

Sit back and enjoy live performances three evenings a week.

July

26

P

lease keep the following ordinances in mind as you enjoy the summer:

If your address ends with an odd number, you must water your lawn on odd-numbered days of the month. If your address ends in an even number, water on even-numbered days. No lawn watering is allowed between noon and 5 p.m.

In addition to several music and dance performances, participate in classes, demonstrations, art experiences and more.

All unlicensed, unregistered or inoperable motor vehicles must be parked in a garage.

edenprairie.org/PeopleFest Denotes PeopleFest! community event

Enjoy a free movie under the stars. Come early, concessions and pre-show entertainment start at 7:30 p.m.; movies at 9 p.m.

Aug. 5

Encanto

Aug. 12

Hook

Aug. 19

Back to the Future

E

Vegetation must not be allowed to go to seed and must be kept to a height of 10 inches or less.

Campaign signs are allowed on private property but must be placed 12 feet or 4 paces from the road surface. Signs are not allowed on publicly owned land such as public schools or City parks.

arlier this year, the City fnished the precinct redistricting process local governments are required to complete every 10 years. As a result, voters may have a new polling place in upcoming elections. You will receive a postcard from Hennepin County with your new voting location prior to the primary election in August. View an updated precinct map and learn more on the City’s website.

edenprairie.org/Elections

edenprairie.org/CityCodeFAQ

Power equipment such as lawn mowers, weed trimmers and chain saws must be used between 7 a.m. and 10 p.m. Monday through Sunday. Life in the Prairie Summer 2022 6

Life in the Prairie Summer 2022 3


EDEN PRAIRIE HOMETOWN CELEBRATION 2022

MUSIC, FOOD AND

FIREWORKS MONDAY

Help Manage EAB

A

s part of its multiyear emerald ash borer (EAB) management plan, the City continues treating or removing ash trees on public property. Removed trees are being replaced with diverse tree species at one-and-a-half times the rate of removal. The City is also promoting proper management of ash trees on private property. Discounted EAB treatment rates are available to residents through 2022.

edenprairie.org/EAB

3 p.m.

JULY 4

ROUND LAKE PARK

Community Plaza and Food Truck Plaza open

6:30 p.m.

Music from The Brian Kinney Band

7:45 p.m.

Welcome from Mayor Ron Case and City Council

8 p.m. 10 p.m.

Music from Free and Easy Fireworks!

d n a B e h e Up t

Strik FOR KIDS AND FAMILIES

Summer Street Maintenance Projects

E

den Prairie’s annual street maintenance program involves overlaying, reclaiming and sealcoating more than 45 miles of City streets each year. The goal is to preserve and protect the pavement to reach a 40- to 50-year life expectancy before a street requires complete reconstruction. Maps and updates about 2022 street maintenance projects are available online.

edenprairie.org/InfrastructureProjects

Sunday, July 3 6–9:45 p.m. Round Lake Park Free kid-friendly event with self-directed activity stations throughout the park • Infatables

• Hands-on crafts

• Lawn games

• Dance Party

• Street art

te

Salu y r a t i l i AM

Friday, July 1 6:30 p.m. Staring Lake Amphitheatre • Free outdoor concert with the Eden Prairie Community Band and Jazz on the Prairie Big Band playing some of your favorite classics • Local veterans and active militar y are our special guests as we salute their service

Summertime food and beverages available for purchase, or bring your own

• Bring a chair or blanket and wear your most patriotic red, white and blue

Mini freworks display adds some sparkle at the end of the evening

• Summertime food and beverages available for purchase, or bring your own

Bring a lawn chair or blanket and enjoy free events all summer long! Music • Dance • Theater • Movies • Storytelling • Spoken Word Events take place at the Staring Lake Amphitheatre (unless otherwise noted), 14800 Pioneer Trail. Concessions available for purchase, or bring your own picnic and refreshments.

Visit edenprairie.org/Calendar for up-to-date information about each event; performers subject to change.