Looking for something to do this weekend? Here are five ideas for things to do with family and friends around the Twin Cities.

Walker Art Center's Mini Golf

Through September 1, 2014

SINGLE COURSE (9 HOLES): $12 adults, $10 students ($9 Walker members, children ages 7–12)

FULL COURSE (18 HOLES): $18 adults, $15 students ($13.50 Walker members, children ages 7–12).

Free for ages 6 and under with paid adult.

Tee up in the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden and let the games begin at the Walker Art Center's Artist Designed Mini Golf Course. Highlights include a tilting maze game, a gopher hole vortex and foosball with garden gnomes. It's easy to see why this place has become one of the cities top summer attractions which is all about fun. Every ticket also includes free gallery admission. Click here for more information.

Butterflies Beauty in Flight at the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum

Through August 17, 2014 - 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. daily (last entry 4:45 p.m.)

Meyer-Deats Conservatory, Snyder Building

$3 ages three and up, free for kids two and under
Arboretum gate admission applies.

Designated free member days for Arboretum members: Monday, May 19; Monday, June 16; Sunday, July 20 and Sunday, Aug. 17 when you present current member card.

Get up close with one of nature's marvels. Butterflies in Flight at the Arboretum's Conservatory features these graceful creatures native to Minnesota along with the common plants used to sustain them. Click here for more information.

The Saved By the Bell Show at Bryant Lake Bowl

Friday, May 23- 10 p.m.

Saturday, May 24 - 7 p.m.

$13 advanced/$15 at the door

Fans of the 80s/90s TV series, "Saved By the Bell," will not want to miss this show at Bryant Lake Bowl which performs two classic episodes, including the commercials, word for word in front of you - the "live studio audience!" Watch as Zack, Kelly, Slater, Lisa, Jesse and Screech get into mischief after breaking an Elvis statue and help Jesse avoid the dangers of caffeine pills. Patrick O'Brien, the original Mr. Dewey from the TV series, will even make an appearance. Go Bayside! Click here for more information.

Memory Lanes Block Party

Saturday, May 24 - 3 p.m.

Sunday, May 25 - 3 p.m.


Head out with the family to the Memory Lanes Block Party on Saturday and Sunday for outdoor music featuring over 20 local acts. Bands like Black Diet, GRRRL PRTY and L'Assasians will hit the stage at this free, all ages show. Click here for more information.


Sunday, May 25 - 11 a.m.

$67 general admission

More than 20,000 people will flock to Canterbury on Sunday for the annual Soundset hip-hop music festival. Over 40 acts are scheduled to perform at the event which will also feature a skateboard showdown and custom car show. As always, local favorite, Atmosphere, will headline the show. Click here for more information.