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#3: Your Zombie Resource Guide

Featuring insider information on the Minneapolis brewery scene, Zombie Pub Crawl, U.S. Bank Stadium activities, the Ryder Cup, Medtronic Twin Cities Marathon, Somali Museum of Minnesota, Nerdcon and the Selfie Sweepstakes!

Featuring:

Co-host Rick Kupchella, founder of Bring Me the News and founder/CEO of i.e. network, and Kristen Montag from Meet Minneapolis

Ethan Applen, CEO and co-founder of Lakes & Legends Brewing Company in downtown Minneapolis

Claudia Holt, co-founder of the Zombie Pub Crawl

Michele Kelm-Helgen, chair of Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority

Highlighted Events: 

The Ryder Cup

The Ryder Cup has become one of the world’s greatest sporting events. Every two years, 24 of the best players from Europe and the United States go head-to-head in match play competition. Drama, tension, incredible golf, camaraderie and sportsmanship are served in equal measure, captivating an audience of millions around the world. It’s an event that transcends sport, yet remains true to the spirit of its founder, Samuel Ryder.


Zombie Pub Crawl

Certified by the Guinness Book of World Records as the “World’s Largest Gathering of Zombies,” the ZPC gathers thousands upon thousands of undead souls into the Warehouse District of downtown Minneapolis for a night of pub crawling, dancing, world-class live entertainment, and all sorts of other fiendish fun. Costumes encouraged—the gorier, the better! 


NerdCon Stories

NerdCon: Stories was founded in 2015 by internet creator Hank Green, for the purposes of gathering storytellers of all kinds to collaborate and inspire lovers of narrative. 

You can expect to see Featured Guests from all genres, including authors, actors, artists, narrators, poets, podcasters, puppeteers, comedians, directors, screenwriters, game designers, musicians, comic writers, and cartoonists.


The Somali Museum of Minnesota

Minnesota is becoming known as "Little Mogadishu," as the home of the largest Somali immigrant population in the United States. The Somali Museum of Minnesota is the your resource for learning about this fast-growing immigrant community, where you can immerse yourself in the rich cultural traditions of the Horn of Africa.

Displaying a collection of over 700 cultural artifacts and contemporary art from the Somali diaspora, the Somali Museum preserves Somalia's precious cultural inheritance and serves as a unique meeting space for Minnesota's diverse cultures.



Also be sure to check out our Zombie Resource Guide!