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It's another beautiful summer weekend, and the Twin Cities is abuzz with all sorts of festivities. From the Stone Arch Bridge to the Schmidt Brewery to some rockin' parties, here's how Minnesotans are doing summer right ... and maybe bringing Dad along for Father's Day.
Stone Arch Bridge Festival
The Stone Arch Bridge Festival in Minneapolis features a "weekend of art and music," which include family art activities, a car show and motorcycle gallery.
The showcase includes more than 250 artists and three performance stages, KSTP reports.
The festival runs until 10 p.m. Saturday and from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. on Sunday
Rock the Garden
Meanwhile, at another Minneapolis landmark, artsy folks are jamming out at Rock the Garden at the Walker Art Center's Sculpture Garden. This is the second year in a row the festival will last two days, the Star Tribune reports.
More than 9,000 people attended Saturday and more are expected Sunday, according to the Strib.
Actor Woody Harrelson is in attendance and taking pictures with excited fans.
Across the river, people are toasting Germany as GermanFest is underway at the Schmidt Brewery in St. Paul.
The family-friendly event is "focused on celebrating German culture through food, music, dance, art, education and other activities," according to the event website.
If the German food, culture and beer aren't enough of an incentive, check out the human foosball, which is raising money for the St. Paul Fire Department:
The festival is open until 10 p.m. Saturday and runs from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Sunday.
If you want to ogle at hot rods, head down to the Minnesota State Fair grounds in St. Paul for the 42nd annual MRSA Back to the 50's car show.
The event features almost 12,000 cars and has a live '50s music dance on Saturday night.
The cars are in town through Sunday.