Minneapolis Parks and Recreation
One of the most popular attractions in Minneapolis is also one of the most dangerous right now.
As long as you’re not in a car, slipping and sliding in our fresh snow is a lot of fun. That’s why parks were a popular place Saturday afternoon.
Our mild December means a lot of outdoor activities in Minneapolis have been put on hold.
Many people were out and about Saturday, running last-minute errands in preparation to stay at home for a few days. Grocery stores were busy with people stocking up before the winter blast. At Theodore Wirth Park in Minneapolis, cross-country skiers and runners got out and enjoyed the brief stint of warmer temperatures. Minneapolis Parks and Recreation is closing all of its facilities Saturday at 6 p.m. until Tuesday at noon because of the weather.
Many of us do what we can to avoid the sting of a honey bee, but more and more people are starting hobby hives. The Minneapolis Parks and Recreation Department has a unique program that lets you dabble in beekeeping. They’re offering a class on it at Theodore Wirth Park.
Minneapolis Parks and Recreation crews will begin opening rinks Wednesday.
A dead cat has been found in a Minneapolis park with a political message attached to it Monday morning, according to the Minneapolis Park and Recreation.
Summertime is fun time in the Twin Cities. If you have kids, it’s the time to escape being trapped in the house for weeks of winter boredom.