It’s Thursday, and if you don’t have weekend plans yet, you’d better pull some together quickly. This weekend, stay out of the cold with a coffee festival and get a jump on your holiday shopping with these events.
How good is your memory? This Tuesday is National Memory Screening Day, and several facilities in the Twin Cities will be offering free memory screenings for those who are worried about developing a recall problem.
As we get ready for the weekend, we want to help you get ready, too. ‘Tis the season for charity and holiday shopping. Here are some events worth adding to your social calendar that are perfect for the season.
Friday looms, and as you get ready for the weekend, we want to help you get ready, too. From hunting deer to cooking chili, here are some events worth adding to your social calendar that are perfect for the season.
Halloween is over, so now would probably be a great time to talk a little bit about cavities and children’s dental health. One of the best forms of cavity prevention? Fluoride.
It’s the first day of November. Like it or not, with that comes the unofficial start of the holiday shopping season. One early shopping event will be taking place Friday night in the Twin Cities. The people behind the event are entrepreneurs, but you can call them “fair maidens.”
Thursday is Halloween, and for many marks the start of the weekend. Many will be out trick-or-treating, but if that’s not your thing, here are a couple of unique things going on around town this weekend.
Chances are, if you cringe when the alarm clock goes off in the morning, or if you sleep in extra late on the weekends when you don’t have to be up, you are not a morning person. Don’t hit that snooze alarm again.
It’s not very often that we’re scared of the weekend, but this weekend in the Twin Cities, there are plenty of ways to get spooked, even for kids. Plus, there’s something for those who just can’t wait for the snow (speaking of scary).
Every fall, information flies around about the dreaded flu nearly as fast as the sneezes start to fly, and it can be tough to filter all of that information. Natalie Nyhus talked with Dr. Jess Prischmann to try and separate the myths about the flu from the facts.
Would you believe that there’s a hockey group in Minnesota with women only, ages 18 to 69 that has more than 1,500 members? The Women’s Hockey Association of Minnesota recently took WCCO out on the ice to show just how easy it can be to pick up this sport.
It’s almost the weekend, so it’s time to start making some plans. From zombies to scares and even a 1,500- pound pumpkin, these events are all worth adding to your calendar.
This is a warning — Halloween is almost here, and it’s time to get terrified. One of the creepiest haunted houses is open. It’s so scary you have to sign a waiver before going through.
It’s down to the wire for those participating in the Medtronic Twin Cities Marathon, with just over one week until the big race. People have been preparing and training for a long time, and you’d hate to mess up your training so close to race day.
If you’re working for the weekend, it’s a good one to be out and about in the Twin Cities. Oktoberfest celebrations are in full swing, and so are the fall festivities. Here are Natalie Nyhus’s suggestions to keep your weekend occupied with fun.