St. Paul’s Summit Avenue will definitely be in the Halloween spirit Thursday evening during the annual candy giveaway at the Governor’s Mansion. Gov. Mark Dayton will not be there, but volunteers will be handing out candy to trick-or-treaters. Kids decked out in costume can get bite-sized Pearson’s Salted Nut Rolls or a mini pumpkin to take home. The event runs from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Thursday night at 1006 Summit Ave.
Minnesota officials are pushing ahead with a publicly financed $2.6 million renovation of the 100-year-old Governor’s Residence, making what they say are overdue fixes to a historically significant property worth about as much as the restoration will cost.
The Minnesota Governor’s Residence is turning 100. And to celebrate, it’s being opened to the public.
The Minnesota Governor’s Residence is kicking off the holidays.
The official Christmas tree was delivered to the Governor’s Mansion on Summit Avenue in St. Paul Monday morning, but the governor isn’t the only one that will have a lush tree this year.
A crew will head into the Chengwatana State Forest east of Pine City to cut down a 50-foot balsam fir that will grace the Governor’s Residence in St. Paul this holiday season.
Trick-or-treaters in St. Paul have a special stop to make. Gov. Mark Dayton is welcoming visitors at the Governor’s Mansion.
While many people know Gov. Mark Dayton got a new puppy a few months ago, named Mingo, what they may not know — is that 4-month-old pup is a bona fide celebrity in her own right.
The place where Minnesota governors rest their heads is approaching a big birthday.
Minnesota’s Governor’s Residence is all decked out for the holidays and again open for public tours on three Tuesdays in December.