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MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The month of March kicks off this Friday with plenty of events going on in the Twin Cities. There’s something for foodies, the do-it-your-selfers and the do-gooders.
Bedrace For Bridging
Let the race begin! The Subway Bedrace For Bridging takes off down Buck Hill, Saturday beginning at 5 p.m. Teams of four are invited to race down the tubing hill atop specially covered and provided bed mattresses. Registration fees for a team of four is $200. Bedrace team members are encouraged to raise funds to furnish more local homes with hope. One hundred percent of registration fees and dollars raised benefit Bridging, a nonprofit that provides furniture and household goods to thousands of local families.
Minnesota Food & Wine Experience
Attention all foodies and wine lovers: the Minnesota Monthly Food & Wine Experience is returning to Target Field this weekend. Discover why this is the most “delicious weekend of the year,” with nearly 200 exhibitors sampling savory eats, more than 350 fine wines and 75 specialty beers. Tickets are $75 in advance or $80 at the door.
Home & Garden Show
The Minneapolis Home and Garden Show continues at the Convention Center through the weekend. Find innovative products, new ideas, get practical advice and deals in remodeling, home improvement and gardening. There will be hundreds of experts all under one roof. Admission is $13 for adults.