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2011_2012_performing_arts_center.pdf
2011 - 2012 City of Burnsville Residents GuidePage 18 of the guide features the Burnsville Peforming Arts Center (Now called the Ames Center). It opened in January 2009 and features a 1,000 seat main theatre, a black box theatre, art gallery, rehearsal space, and banquet and meeting facilities.
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Nicollet AveuneNicollet Avenue and Burnsville Parkway near the Ames Center.
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2017 International FestivalThe International Festival of Burnsville was established in 2006 to celebrate the city’s cultural diversity. The Festival takes place at Nicollet Commons Park each summer and features a range of music and dance groups representing cultures around the globe. In addition to music, guests and their families can purchase food, admire culture displays, and engage in kid-friendly activities. Photo compliments of Experience Burnsville.
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2017 International FestivalThe International Festival of Burnsville was established in 2006 to celebrate the city’s cultural diversity. The Festival takes place at Nicollet Commons Park each summer and features a range of music and dance groups representing cultures around the globe. In addition to music, guests and their families can purchase food, admire culture displays, and engage in kid-friendly activities. Photo compliments of Experience Burnsville.
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2017 International FestivalThe International Festival of Burnsville was established in 2006 to celebrate the city’s cultural diversity. The Festival takes place at Nicollet Commons Park each summer and features a range of music and dance groups representing cultures around the globe. In addition to music, guests and their families can purchase food, admire culture displays, and engage in kid-friendly activities. Photo compliments of Experience Burnsville.
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Ames Center lightingOne in a series of photos of the Heart of the City Area, shot 2017.
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Ames Art GallaryThe July 2017 art display.
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Ames CenterExterior view of the back entry to the Ames Center.
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Sculpture "Abundance" at Heart of the CityThe sculpture “Abundance” was sculpted by Mary Pat Fay-Lutz in her studio at the Minnesota River School of Fine Art.
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