Get out and enjoy these five family-friendly activities before the summer is over.
It’s another jam-packed episode of WCCO Saturday Morning. It’s the weekend before St. Patrick’s Day, and Natalie Nyhus and Mike Augustyniak were getting into the spirit of things.
Not ready for some football this weekend? For all those who are passing up Super Bowl activities and are looking for something to keep busy, check out some of these activities around the Twin Cities. We promise none are football related.
The Green Line opening is just the newest chapter in the rich, storied history of University Avenue. Minneapolis and St. Paul were connected in 1890 with the creation of the street car system, according to Chad Roberts with the Ramsey County Historic Society.
Once again, one of the most popular displays at the St. Paul Winter Carnival is not around this year. But if you want to see ice castles of years past, you’re in luck. Replicas of all the ice castles from past years are on display, built to scale. The builder makes sure they all look exactly the same as when their larger counterparts were built.
No waiting in line here as Santa strolls from table to table to visit and pose for pictures you take with your own camera. Meanwhile, kids occupy themselves with snacks from the Call of the Wild restaurant, available craft activities or coloring sheets.
Fall in love with fall at one of these fabulous fall festivals in Minnesota.
The Twin Cities has plenty of St. Patrick’s Day activities that families with kids of all ages can enjoy.
It’s Thursday, and that means it’s time to start planning some weekend fun.
You don’t have to have Irish blood running through your veins to enjoy St. Patrick’s Day here in the Twin Cities.
Landmark Center in downtown St. Paul has been the center of attention since it was built in 1902.
After our patch of spring weather, winter returns. But at least it brings a long weekend for many with President’s Day. Basically that means there’s a whole weekend’s worth of playing to be done. Here’s just a sample of what’s in store.