Holiday cheer is here. Time to jump in the car and see the dazzling displays of holiday lights throughout the greater metro area of Minnesota.
Here are five good reasons not to stay at home to watch the crystal ball drop in Times Square.
Relax and go out for brunch on New Year’s Day
Why not make this holiday season a little more personal? These ideas, from local expert Brittany Lepowsky, are simple, beautiful and will represent how much your loved ones mean to you, even if you only have a few bucks in your pocket.
Ring in the holidays with fun, décor and gifts at these festive markets.
Don’t want to spend the money buying expensive equipment, but still want to enjoy the lush Minnesota wilderness? Rent from one of these local stores.
Don’t buy your tree from the store. Get outside and cut down your own at one of these local farms.
These local bands are blowing up the local music scene. Treat your ears to something new and give them a listen.
These restaurants are brand new but have proven themselves in a short period of time. Try them if you want variety and something new for dinner tonight.
Stuff a lot of joy into your stockings this year.
Be a do-gooder and make someone’s holiday brighter this year.
There’s no need to leave Minnesota for a great vacation this holiday season.
There are more ways to celebrate Hanukkah in Minnesota than just spinning a dreidel.
With snowflakes falling outside and temperatures dipping lower and lower, winter is the very best season to enjoy these holiday treats.
Why go through the hassle of choosing a gift when these baskets are already made up for you?