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Minnesota Shubert Groundbreaker Battle by Ann Treacy
September 28, 2009, 11:21 pm
Filed under: Minneapolis

We spent our morning at the Bakken Museum. The girls learned about circuits as part of the Bakken Museum super science Saturday. It’s always fun. Aine is still too scared to hang out in the Frankenstein room. We learned that Earl Bakken (inventor of the pacemaker) is lives in Hawaii.

After the Bakken we headed to the Second Annual Ground Breaker Battle – a break dancing contest. We went last year too. I think the dancing is just amazing! But this year it was the impromptu singing that blew me away.

The emcee was sort of killing time when someone started beatboxing and then they looked for a singer and suddenly we’re on the set for Fame. We were kind of like the nerdy extras who can’t really sing or dance but maybe could write haikus if necessary.

At night Patrick and I went to the Guthrie. We had an amazing meal and saw The Importance of Being Earnest. It was good but I bet it’s better if you haven’t read or seen it a hundred times.

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