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Stagetime Productions is a full service event management and production company,
producing corporate meetings, gala fundraisers, conferences, and outdoor events.

UPCOMING EVENTS

     
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Earle Brown, February 23, 2017
The Healthy Schools Conference is designed for schools and community partners to take action to impact school health policies and practices that improve student outcomes and to learn effective and practical strategies for implementation. Learn about health factors impacting student outcomes, creating a healthy school climate, strategies for supporting healthy, active students in and out of school, the latest developments for the Healthy Hunger Free Kids Act, prevention of bullying and much more.

 

Continuing Educating Conference Center, February 27-28, 2017
Rainbow Health Initiatives and several partners have put together an impressive lineup of keynote speakers, including internationally respected demographer Dr. Gary Gates, multicultural psychologist Dr. Beverly Greene and Richard Carlbom, who led the coalition effort to defeat the constitutional amendment banning same-sex marriage in Minnesota. I am equally thrilled by the scope and depth of the workshops and seminars that we have lined up for the conference. A sampling of these include: Nursing Faculty Awareness of Transgender Health and Experience; Gay and Gray: Better Caring of LGBT Older Adults, Bisexuality: From Erasure and Stigma to Visibility and Resistance, The Effects of Prostate Cancer Treatment on Gay and Bisexual Men, their Partners and Caregivers.

 

March 4, 2017
The hallmark of The Emily Program is personalized care for any individual struggling with eating disorders and related problems. Your age, your gender, your sexual orientation—none of that matters to us. Simply put, wherever you are, we will start on your journey with a highly individualized treatment plan, developed just for you. Our mission is to provide exceptional, individualized care leading to recovery from eating disorders.

     
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Ritz Theatre, March 25, 2017
Theater Latté Da seeks to create new connections between story, music, artist, and audience by exploring and expanding the art of musical theater. We believe in work that is bold, collaborative and ultimately transformative; we act with integrity and gratitude. We make bold choices in support of our mission and vision, both on and off stage. We value adventurous musical storytelling and are committed to experimenting with content and form in our quest to expand the art of musical theater.

Forum on Workplace Inclusion
MCC, March 28-30, 2017
The mission of The Forum on Workplace Inclusion is to activate a new era of thinking, practice and impact in the diversity and inclusion field by engaging people, advancing ideas and igniting change.

April 1, 2017
The Minnesota Boychoir challenges boys and young men from many backgrounds to the highest standards of choral music, nurtures the development of exceptional character, and inspires and benefits the community.

     
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April 8, 2017
Groves Academy is Minnesota's leading resource for families and students with learning disabilities and attention disorders. For 36+ of those years, the Groves Gala has played a critical role in supporting the financial needs of families with students who would not be otherwise able to attend Groves Academy. Over the years, the Groves Gala has raised more than $7.5 million in scholarship money and has helped more than 1,200 students attend Groves.

April 22, 2017
As one of the premiere events in the Twin Cities, the annual Children’s Star Gala comes back for 2017! With proceeds benefiting the cardiovascular care program, this special evening will feature silent and live auctions, stories from physicians and patients, emcee Belinda Jensen of Kare11, and much more. It truly will be a night to remember.

April 29, 2017
Escape to an evening of tropical magic with Big Brothers Big Sisters. Island Paradise, our 17th annual gala, is a celebration of the power of mentoring and the great potential of the young people in our community. So tuck a flower behind your ear and join us for an elegant island party unlike any other!

     
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Marriott NW April 29, 2017
The Foundation for Cancer Care in Tanzania (FCCT) was founded in September 2013 to help
address the gaping need for cancer care in the east African country of Tanzania. Among the founding visionaries are doctors who have worked in Northern Tanzania for decades, and who have seen firsthand the plight facing individuals with cancer in this region of the world. Together, they envisioned a better future for Northern Tanzanians with cancer—one where sick individuals receive prompt diagnoses and adequate treatment.

Metropolitan, April 23, 2017
Youth Performance Company fuels the creative spirit of youth by developing, empowering and advancing young artists. Through direct programming that includes productions, classes, in-school residencies, community appearances, and a leadership development component, YPC provides affordable and meaningful arts experiences for Twin Cities families, children, and teens.

April 30, 2017
A 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that offers free parent education services to any families with children from birth to age 6 in Western Wisconsin’s Pierce, St. Croix, and Polk Counties. All of our programs are free and available to any family. Funded without direct state or federal assistance, we work closely with local community partners to fulfill our mission--to strengthen children, families, and communities by offering education, resources, and support.

     
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The Depot , May 6, 2017
The Alzheimer’s Association Minnesota-North Dakota has been providing services, information, and advocacy for more than 30 years to people with dementia, their families and health care providers. Our mission is to eliminate Alzheimer's disease through the advancement of research; to provide and enhance care and support for all affected; and to reduce the risk of dementia through the promotion of brain health. Our vision: A world without Alzheimer's disease.

May 6, 2017
Moving Day is NPFM's annual Walk for Parkinson's disease. Thousands of people who live with or support those who have/had Parkinson's disease meet for a morning of fun, various movement activities, and fellowship. Moving Day is NPFM's largest fundraising event. Funds raised during Moving Day Twin Cities continue to support local services for people touched by PD and will also help support NPF’s research to improve care and treatments.

May 19, 2017
VEAP (Volunteers Enlisted to Assist People) founders believed that helping a neighbor in need ultimately strengthens the community. VEAP has been operating under this principle for over 35 years, providing a range of services to help low-income people meet immediate needs and reach their long-term goal of stability. Today, VEAP serves the residents of Bloomington, Richfield, Edina and South Minneapolis utilizing a unique mix of professional and volunteer services.

 
     
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Marriott NW, May 19, 2017
The Power of Love Gala is Wingspan Life Resources’ annual event which raises funds to enhance the lives of the vulnerable people we serve–adults with developmental and other disabilities. Come and enjoy dinner, games, a live and silent auction, and find out about the great programs Wingspan provides in our communities. Proceeds from the gala will support needs including new furniture for any of our 24 group homes, improving accessibility, and sustaining Wingspan’s Music and Dance Therapy Program.

Metropolitan, May 25, 2017
21st Annual Graduation Celebration and Diversity Career, Resource and Education Expo. Spokesman-Recorder Nonprofit 501c3 will host a Diversity Career, Resource, and Education Expo event will give high school graduates exposure to future career, employment, and extended learning opportunities available to them after graduation.

June 2, 2017
Shriners Hospitals for Children has a mission to: Provide the highest quality care to children with neuromusculoskeletal conditions, burn injuries and other special healthcare needs within a compassionate, family-centered and collaborative care environment. Provide for the education of physicians and other healthcare professionals. Conduct research to discover new knowledge that improves the quality of care and quality of life of children and families. This mission is carried out without regard to race, color, creed, sex or sect, disability, national origin or ability of a patient or family to pay.

     
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Brookview Park, June 11, 2017
All FEA members in good standing can participate in this action-packed event filled with networking opportunities, competitive events, and professional development for students and teachers alike. Sessions will feature education leaders from across the country. FEA members will also have the chance to elect FEA’s national student officers.

June 23/24, 2017
All FEA members in good standing can participate in this action-packed event filled with networking opportunities, competitive events, and professional development for students and teachers alike. Sessions will feature education leaders from across the country. FEA members will also have the chance to elect FEA’s national student officers.

Showtune Showdown,
Womans Club, July 17, 2017
Showtune Showdown is a unique blend of American Idol, Name That Tune and Glee, with loads of Broadway glitz thrown into the mix. The proceeds will help fund One Voice Mixed Chorus’s community engagement work, including anti-bullying education in schools, and performances in Greater Minnesota. One Voice Mixed Chorus has thrown down the gauntlet! We’re challenging The Twin Cities Gay Men’s Chorus, and The Singers – Minnesota Choral Artists to an epic battle for choral supremacy… a Showtune Showdown!

     
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Como Pavilion, July 24, 2017
The Karen Wyckoff Rein in Sarcoma Foundation is a resource for families touched by sarcomas, an uncommon and often lethal group of bone and soft tissue cancers that may strike children and younger adults, leaving an especially tender heartbreak. Often working in partnership with the U of M, RIS seeks to fund innovative, collaborative and high-impact research.