The Twin Cities host a wealth of diversity.
Asian heritage in the mid-town areas, African populations in the Ceder Riverside Neighborhood, and Latinos in Powderhorn Park. Most people don't even realize there's an Native-American Reservation off of Franklin Ave in South Minneapolis. There are many cultural performances available around the area. Google 'em!
Native American Pow Wows
The American Indian Magnet School, 1075 East Third Street in St. Paul, hosts monthly Pow Wows that are free and open to the public. Dates vary, visit their website. FYI-If you go to a pow wow and participate in the circle, DO NOT lift your child off of the ground as this signifies an offering to the spirits. If you want to get festive, pick up one of those 'belly dancing' wraps that jingle. Definitely have an Indian Taco.
1270 Montreal Avenue, Saint Paul
Circus Juventas is a performing arts youth circus school. You can enroll your kids in lessons or buy tickets to any of their two yearly performances, available dates in May and August. Shows are elaborate and long (2 hours plus) but you will be impressed! Shows are best geared for kids ages 6 and up unless your child is really adept at sitting for long periods of time. VIP seating is $25, adults are $15, and kids ages 3-10 and seniors are $12.50. Call Kasey Scarpello 651-699-8229 x206, firstname.lastname@example.org for details.