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Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 16, 17 at 1 pm and 4 pm

As the GRAMMY-winning Okee Dokee Brothers, Justin Lansing and Joe Mailander have built a plaid-shirted national following with their outdoor adventure-themed albums, “Can You Canoe?,” “Through The Woods,” “Saddle Up” and “Winterland.” But whether it's indoors or out, the Okee Dokee Brothers believe that as long as folks are singing together there’s a glimpse of hope for our world. They’ll share old favorites as well as brand new tunes from their latest album, “Songs for Singin'.” “So sing to the sunrise and sing to the moon,” the Brothers say. “Sing with your kids and sing with your neighbors. Sometimes it just takes singing a song with one another to remind us that we’re all family.” Running time: 60 minutes.


"The Okee Dokee Brothers are an absolute national treasure. These songs are just what the world needs right now." — Sarah Jackson, Minnesota Parent Magazine