Shakopee Area Events

There’s always something going on in the Shakopee area! Check out all of the upcoming events in Shakopee, Chanhassen, Prior Lake, and the entire Southwest Minneapolis & Saint Paul metro on our events calendar.

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  • Grease
    Apr 6
    March 3 - Sept 23

    Grease

    Chanhassen Dinner Theatre

    After a decade, Grease, the #1 best-seller in Chanhassen Dinner Theatres’ history, joyfully returns to the Main Stage!Fancy a nostalgic evening full of greased-up hair, jukebox jingles and bobby-socks. The most popular, fun-filled musical in the history of Rock ’n’ Roll is packed with explosive... View more info »

  • Farm Babies
    Apr 6
    March 24 - April 30

    Farm Babies

    Minnesota Zoo

    Come out and enjoy the sights and sounds of spring at the Wells Fargo Family Farm.  There’s nothing cuter than baby chicks, piglets, lambs, calves, goat kids, and bunnies. Each weekend there will be special “egg” treats for the animals. This fun form of enrichment... View more info »

  • Canterbury College
    Apr 6
    Feb 12 - April 23

    Canterbury College

    Canterbury Park

    Take your handicapping to the next level by enrolling in the Canterbury College today.  This progressive six-course program will teach you handicapping 101 and beyond.  Enrollment includes: Free Course Materials, Free Tuition, Free Lunch. Registration Required.   COURSE SCHEDULE All Classes Noon - 3:00 PM... View more info »

  • Keep It Or Pitch It Workshop
    Apr 6

    Keep It Or Pitch It Workshop

    Scott County Historical Society

    The task of cleaning out a home, attic, garage, or basement can be daunting; let us help! Learn what is worth keeping and how to dispose of everything else in a “green” manner. Attendees are encouraged to bring 1 small box of items for help and advice in getting... View more info »

  • Shakopee Passion Play
    Apr 6
    Apr 6 - 8

    Shakopee Passion Play

    Saint Mark’s Church

    Jesus died on the cross. It’s hard for us to comprehend that someone was scourged, crowned with a crown of thorns and then crucified, but that is exactly what Jesus Christ did for us. He voluntarily suffered death in order to atone for our sins.... View more info »