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MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — It’s Thursday, and that means it’s time to start planning some fun for your days off. This weekend, you can kick off fall with some music, wine and sausage.

Kielbasa Fest
It’s going to be a sausage fest in Northeast Minneapolis this weekend — a meet up for meat at Kramarczuk’s Kielbasa Festival. Polka dance, sip beer and down a kielbasa Friday and Saturday for $12 daily.

Concrete and Grass Lowertown Music Festival
Mears Park in St. Paul has been out-doing itself this summer with concert after concert. Now, it’s hosting one the metro’s best outdoor music festivals: Concrete and Grass. It’s a free event covering genres like jazz, opera, rock, dance and roots. The music plays Thursday through Saturday.

St. Croix Vineyard’s Grape Stomp Festival
Smash some grapes and sip some wine this weekend at the Grape Stomp Festival in Stillwater. St. Croix Vineyards are holding this event Saturday and Sunday. And you can bring the kids; they are welcome to smash, too.

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