After months of being cooped up inside, you’re ready to celebrate the sunshine with your children. In April, you’ll find plenty of opportunities to catch some fresh air alongside your kids. If you’re determined to keep your kids happy, be sure to add the following Twin Cities activities to your calendar:

Hit Up a Twins Game

You might think of baseball as exclusively a summer activity, but in reality, April is one of the best months for supporting your favorite team at Target Field. Yes, you might need to bundle up, but you could also score excellent seats and even better giveaways.

Witness the Beauty of Art in Bloom

Stop by the Minneapolis Institute of Art in mid-April to witness what Bachman’s refers to as the “convergence of art and flowers.” You’ll observe over 150 floral representations of your favorite works of art. Visit during the event’s family-friendly day to enjoy floral crafts and other fun activities.

Take a Discovery Walk at Tamarack Nature Center

Spring has finally arrived — and you’re ready to get outside. Turn your outdoor explorations into a learning experience with help from the friendly faces at Tamarack Nature Center. Free of charge, the center’s guided nature walks begin in April, giving you and your kids the chance to learn more about songbirds as they return to Minnesota.

Check Out the Family Arts Blast

Head to the Ordway Center on April 20 for the annual Family Arts Blast, which grants kids an up-close look at the performing arts. Learn cool dance moves, make an instrument, or attend a short concert — you and your kids will be enthralled by the creativity on display at this highly-anticipated event.

Leave the difficulties of child support and parenting time matters to the Brown Law Offices so you can focus on having fun with your kids. Contact us today to learn more about our family services.

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Cynthia Brown is a founding partner with the Brown Law Offices, P.A. She is an honors graduate of the University of South Dakota and William Mitchell College of Law. Cynthia Brown was admitted to practice in 1998.

After graduating from law school, Cynthia…

Cynthia Brown is a founding partner with the Brown Law Offices, P.A. She is an honors graduate of the University of South Dakota and William Mitchell College of Law. Cynthia Brown was admitted to practice in 1998.

After graduating from law school, Cynthia served as the law clerk to the Honorable Timothy R. Bloomquist, retired Chief Judge of Minnesota’s Tenth Judicial District. Upon completing her clerkship, Cynthia practiced with a well-known firm in Cambridge, Minnesota. She founded the Brown Law Offices, P.A. in 2003.

Cynthia has handled a wide variety of family law matters throughout the Twin Cities, and greater Minnesota, including divorce, custody, child protective services, orders for protection and harassment restraining orders. Many of her clients have also asked her to provide guidance concerning their estate planning needs.

Early in her career, Cynthia served as a prosecutor, public defender and criminal investigator. In addition to her family practice, Cynthia routinely represents clients facing criminal charges such as DWI, assault, theft and criminal sexual misconduct.

Cynthia founded the Amigos de Guatemala Foundation in 2007. She is a former Board Member and President of the Foundation, which provided educational, health and financial resources to underprivileged Guatemalan citizens. Her interest in serving the impoverished began with a medical mission trip to Honduras in 1994.

When she is not practicing law, Cynthia enjoys scrap-booking, soap-making, ATV riding and spending time with family.


Areas of Practice
  • Divorce
  • Custody
  • Child Protective Services
  • Restraining Orders
  • Criminal Defense
  • Estate Planning
Bar Admission
  • Minnesota State Bar, 1998
Education
  • William Mitchell College of Law, 1998
  • University of South Dakota, 1995
Joined Firm
  • 2003
Professional Associations & Activities
  • Minnesota State Bar Association
  • Presenter, Various CLE Courses
  • Panel Attorney, Anoka County County Family Law Clinic
  • Monthly Columnist, Minnesota Lawyer Newspaper
  • Author, Family Law Forum
  • Author, Divorce Magazine