Wander Minnesota: Planning The Post-Turkey WeekendYou’ve slept off the turkey, you’re not interested in battling crowds on Black Friday, but you have free time and possibly family and friends to entertain. What is there to do this weekend? Plenty.
Wander Minnesota: Thanksgiving FeastsIf you don't feel like cooking this Thanksgiving there are plenty of options for where to go. But, be sure to make reservations as soon as possible!
Wander Minnesota: Election Night Events In The Twin CitiesIt's been a long haul to get here, but next Tuesday is (finally) Election Day.
Wander Minnesota: Kicking Off The Holiday Festival SeasonHappy Halloween! And get ready—it’s time to kick off the holiday festival season. What November’s list doesn’t reflect is the vast number of tree lighting, welcome to winter, get ready for the holidays festivals and craft fairs. Check your local community chamber for local information. Don’t forget to check the Minnesota Historical Society’s event page; they’ve always got something interesting going on.
Wander Minnesota: Pumpkin NightsThere's a new event that just opened, taking advantage of the now-empty Minnesota State Fairgrounds: Pumpkin Nights.
Wander Minnesota: Halloween On The WayHalloween is almost here, and there's plenty going on. Let's take a look at a sampling of Halloween events around the state.
Wander Minnesota: Touring Paisley ParkPaisley Park opened (briefly) as a museum Thursday. If you have the opportunity to go -- do it.
Wander Minnesota: Autumn FestivitiesFall foliage, apples and pumpkins, Halloween—the weather is changing, and so is the nature of the festivals. There's a lot happening around the state in October.
Wander Minnesota: Dining Near the Ryder CupThe Ryder Cup is set to take place at the Hazletine National Golf Clubin Chaska starting this week in Chaska. If you're heading out to watch some or all of it, here are some suggestions for places to eat in the surrounding area that won't involve national chains.
Wander Minnesota: September FestivitiesJust because the Fair is over, Labor Day has passed, and kids are back to school doesn't mean Minnesota has shut down for winter.
Wander Minnesota: State Fair, The Miracle of BirthOne of the Minnesota State Fair’s newer attractions is the CHS Miracle of Birth Center.
Wander Minnesota: I Scream, You Scream, We All ScreamSummer's actually been pretty pleasant this year, with limited numbers of scary heat waves and a goodly amount of beautiful weekends. Regardless of whether it's hot, hotter, or hottest, ice cream is always welcome. Luckily, the Twin Cities have tons of options for that sweet treat. Here are a few to get you started.