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Stories are in reverse chronological order. 

  • Updated: September 22 -
    In October, you can experience two exhibits online at Artistrymn.org or make an in-person visit to the Bloomington Center for the Arts.
  • Updated: September 22 -
    Want to experience some world-class art?
  • Updated: September 22 -
    Add beauty to your moves—learn classical dance.
  • Updated: September 22 -
    The City of Bloomington was awarded an allocation of $27 million in Housing Revenue Bonds today to support the development of 165 additional affordable housing units at 1950 East 86th Street in the South Loop district.  The funds will assist affordable housing developer Aeon in constructing the new infill development on the site of the recently acquired Village Club Apartments. 
  • Updated: September 22 -
    Have a “fang-tastic” Halloween from the comfort of your own home.
  • Updated: September 22 -
    At 225,000 square feet, the proposed $150 - $200 million water park project in South Loop would be one of the largest indoor water parks in North America. The West Edmonton Mall (WEM) in Canada (which was a model for MOA and is also owned by Triple Five) has a 215,000-square foot, integrated and attached water park that brings in more than 500,000 users annually. The water park adds to the vibrancy and resiliency of the WEM. Not only does the WEM water park have slides and other rides, its large wave pool hosts evening beach parties and surfing leagues (even in the colder months), allowing for greater use of the venue.
  • Updated: September 22 -
    The process for a new Park System Master Plan started in fall 2019.
  • Updated: September 22 -
    Over the past several months, Bloomington’s youth has had opportunities to participate in fun, engaging, active, imaginative and inclusive recreation programs offered through Project P.L.A.Y. (Providing Leisure Activities for Youth).
  • Updated: September 22 -
    The Bloomington Farmers Market remains open on Saturdays through October 24. Don’t miss the chance to buy maple syrup, honey, apples, pumpkins, squash, carrots and other fall favorites. 
  • Updated: September 22 -
    As darkness falls upon Bloomington land, a Happy Halloween night is at hand—during the drive-thru Halloween event.

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