‘Tis the season to bundle up and head to the Holidazzle. This Friday marks the final season of the dazzling display of lights.
You’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. Here is just a sampling of events taking place around the state in the days after Thanksgiving.
A bright holiday tradition in downtown Minneapolis is nearing the end of the road. The Holidazzle parades have been running down Nicollet Mall since 1992 – the year Mall of America opened in Bloomington — with new competition for downtown retailers.
Holidazzle is a time for families to enjoy the downtown stores and restaurants. But one fancy local dining spot is selling curbside — and it’s a hit.
When making your holiday plans, consider the kid friendly, annual Holiday Display on the 8th floor of the downtown Macy’s. This free, festive display is family fun that can easily be combined with a viewing of the Holidazzle parade or a little holiday shopping.
WCCO employees, friends and family all suited up and had their chance to shine during the Holidazzle Parade on Nicollet Mall Thursday night.
Winter has arrived. The metro is dealing with a one-two punch of chilly winds and a dusting of snow.
See all of WCCO’s coverage of Target’s 21st Holidazzle Parade!
For some, holiday travel can be time consuming and stressful. With a bit of planning, however, many travel headaches can be avoided entirely.
The last Holidazzle parade of the season was particularly memorable for one Minneapolis couple.
Many stores are moving away from traditional holiday lights and selling LED lights which are considered “greener.” That got us wondering, what do LEDs really save us?
Saturday’s snow became a glittering backdrop as Matt Echols asked his girlfriend, Kathryn Morris, an important question at the Holidazzle Parade.
See all of WCCO’s coverage of Target’s twentieth Holidazzle Parade.
The Target Holidazzle kicks off its 20th season of parades through downtown Minneapolis Friday night.
Thursday is the one night of the year where you can drive through the center of Downtown Minneapolis and not get a ticket.