The adrenaline rush and uncontained laughter while shooting down a slick, snowy hill make this winter activity well worth the time spent out in the frigid air.
When the first cool fall wind blows across the Twin Cities, it doesn’t mean the days of enjoying a pint outside with your friends have to end.
I’ve gathered up some more free or cheap fun things you can do to help round-out your summer plans.
Living in the land of 10,000 lakes and just as many parks means there are more than a few places to spend the day walking, playing or picnicking with family.
Known as one of the oldest cities in Minnesota, Stillwater is both a quaint small town and a step back in time.
Seriously, what says “summer” more delightfully than watching a movie in the warm dusk of a beautiful day?
Welcome to Heritage Park on St. Paul’s east side. A visit to this park is like a visit back in time.
Every August our family heads out bright and early for Breakfast on the Farm at Gale Woods Farm, located in the far Western edge of the metro in Minnetrista.
It’s the weekend Minnesota anglers look forward to all winter, the 2011 Minnesota Fishing Opener. Ron Schara and Dave Lee break down what fishermen can expect!
Vikings fans can expect a cold night at the Vikings-Bears game Monday. Temperatures are expected to hover in the teens, with the addition of several inches of snow.
Minnesotans often brag about surviving the state’s brutal winters, but for the past three decades, their pro football team has played in the shielded warmth of the Metrodome.
The Chicago Bears would like to think they have an edge over the Minnesota Vikings if their Monday night game is played outdoors.
Hosted by Mike Max and guest host Mitch Petrie. This week’s guests include Ron Schara, Ryan Marrinan, and John Devney.
Presented by S&S Tree Specialists.
Steve talks to Bobby Clampett who is playing in this week’s 3M Championship, Matt Carle from the Philadelphia Flyers, plus Viking news and more! Steve and Ron Schara bring you WCCO Live Outdoors!