Just because school is out, doesn’t mean students have to stop learning. A first-of-its-kind camp wrapped up in North Minneapolis this week. The “Built By Best Camp” took middle school students out of the class room to see how math and science are everyday skills.
This isn’t just any weekend. A lot of you have an extra day because of the Memorial Day holiday. Jason Matheson has some ideas on how to fill up your weekend with fun.
The flavors of different Minneapolis neighborhoods will be featured at this year’s U.S. Bank Skyway Open in downtown Minneapolis.
Fans of mini golf will be happy to hear it will return to the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden next summer. The Walker Art Center plans to have a full 18-hole course designed by Minnesota artists. The museum is looking for 10 new designs, and they will accept submissions until Jan. 10. Artists will only have to submit designs, but will not be obligated to build or maintain the holes.
The Walker Art Center says mini golf will return to the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden next summer. This time, the museum plans to have a full 18-hole course designed by Minnesota artists.
The City of Richfield is three miles from the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport and surrounded by highways and interstates. Yet despite the bustling growth of this urban suburb over the years, the Richfield city planners carved out 150-acres of land in the middle of the city for a nature preserve in 1969, which is known as Wood Lake Nature Center today.
If you would like to escape this cold winter weather for awhile and dream about spring, the U.S. Bank Skyway Open is for you, and, you don’t have to be a golfer to take part.