Going Out

For 40 years, the Saintly City Cat Club has sponsored a cat lover’s paradise of sorts. The Saintly City Cat Show offers approximately 200 felines a shot at royalty and gives attendees and exhibitors the chance to celebrate their furry friends.

More than 100 golfers walked the links at Hazeltine National Golf Club this summer for St. David’s Center’s third annual golf tournament, where they raised nearly $100,000.

Wayzata city staff, the development team, and neighbors gathered to celebrate the official groundbreaking for the new Garrison Landing condominiums downtown.

Cindy Berset and her daughters Kelsey and Ashley are busy businesswomen. After opening their successful sports bar, The Suburban, in Excelsior, they dreamed of opening a shop that offered women’s streetwear and sneakers.

This annual summer gala was a celebration of the Zoo and Conservatory.

Rival House in downtown Saint Paul isn’t just any sports bar. In fact, it’s not really a sports bar at all, says Brian Schmechel, general manager of the DoubleTree hotel.

The 2015 St. Jude Theatre of Dreams fundraising event celebrated families and the lifesaving mission of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Guests enjoyed a premier production of The Little Mermaid.

ClearCause hosted its fourth annual Around the World benefit to further its mission to help save lives and protect American students who are studying abroad. The benefit was held in June at Carlson Towers’ Rotunda.

In July, the St. Paul RiverCentre rolled out the red carpet for the annual Starkey Foundation gala.

The Wabasha Street Caves were home to a speakeasy during Prohibition. Today, the legality of liquor has changed but the music has stayed the same, thanks in part to the efforts of Beasley’s Big Band.