Working For The Weekend: Entertainment Best Bets

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — It’s Thursday, and that means it’s time to start planning your weekend. It’s going to be a great weather weekend, so we begin this week’s entertainment rundown with a great way to head outside and enjoy that last little bit of summer.

Cottage View Goodbye Party

On Thursday evening, you can say goodbye to the metro area’s second-to-last drive-in theater:  Cottage View Drive-In.

The owners will host a free party to commemorate 46 years in business. Join in a sing-along version of “Grease.”

The doors will open at 6 p.m., and the movie will start at dusk. The first 100 people at the party get a free DVD about the theater’s history. Oh yeah, and the party is free.

Minneapolis-St.Paul Fashion Week

Minneapolis-St. Paul Fashion Week wraps up this weekend, so be sure to check out Full Fashion Panic this Saturday from 7:30 to 10 p.m.

Unlike many of the traditionally fashion shows this week, Full Fashion Panic goes from gaudy to whimsical to colorful. Last year’s runway saw zombies, brides and a gothic Alice in Wonderland.

The event is hosted at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design’s gallery in Minneapolis. Tickets start at $15.

Minnesota Valley Mothers of Multiples Sale

Attention mothers! This Saturday is the Minnesota Valley Mothers of Multiples sale.

What does that mean? Tons of used kid’s clothing, strollers, cribs, highchairs and more will be on sale.

Check out the sale at the Eagan Community Center. The entrance fee is $2.

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