Middle and high school students from South St. Paul’s Youth Task Force organized Saturday’s “Pumpkin Chunkin.”
A place that’s known for its winter activities is celebrating a different season this weekend.
Afton Alps is holding their Fall Fair and Swap.
The annual Harvest Fest is taking place in Stillwater, Minn. this weekend. The event is known for their massive pumpkins and this year was no different.
If you’re looking to fall into the autumn season, we have the place for you. Four times a year, designers transform an historic home in Minneapolis by repainting, refurnishing, and redecorating the entire house with trends for the season.
It’s been hard lately not to notice the bite of fall in the air most mornings and evenings, which means that it’s time to start thinking about fall festivities. One place that’s open for business and ready to supply all your autumnal demands is Sever’s in Shakopee.
Over the past month, people trying to apply for health insurance through the federal exchange encountered major problems on the healthcare.gov website. On Tuesday, President Obama addressed the situation, saying, “No one is more frustrated about that than I am.”
It is going to be a busy weekend at the pumpkin patch. That’s why for the rest of the week the WCCO Morning Show crew will be taking you out to the fields. In Minnesota, farmers plant more than 5,000 acres of pumpkins.
What’s cooler than padding a river while in a monster-sized pumpkin? Virtually nothing, obviously. From delicious chili and apple pie, to hanging out with giant pumpkins and seeing the massive veggies be used as boats — it’s all possible at the Stillwater Harvest Fest.
Believe it or not, we’re just three weeks away from Halloween, and that means this is primetime for pumpkins. So we asked for your help finding the Best in Minnesota. In the end, your votes sent me to New Prague to visit Barten Pumpkins.
You can’t celebrate Halloween without carving a pumpkin! Whether you decide to use stencils or carve your pumpkin free hand– make yours the star of the neighborhood by following these must-do tips.
Walking into work this morning, I was convinced it was Thursday. As I warmed up my oatmeal I opened the paper to look for the Taste section (a regular Thursday activity) but couldn’t find it.
Every Halloween millions of Americans get out their knives and start pulling out pumpkin guts. But why do we carve pumpkins for Halloween?
When we think about pumpkins, most of us think about Halloween. But when these next people think about pumpkins, they think about boats — they grow ‘em that big.
Ready to decorate your home for fall? Keep your home cozy and stylish this season.
The official start of fall is now just a couple of days away, which means you’re going to start seeing a lot more pumpkins.
There’s an elite group of growers who take pride in growing huge pumpkins. Stillwater is known for its historic feel and relaxing views of the St. Croix River.
It’s the night the pumpkins are lit and the kids are dressed in costumes yelling “trick-or-treat!” But what do pumpkins have to do with Halloween? And why do kids trick-or-treat?
There is no doubt in my mind that squash season has arrived. Last week I filled my home with the scent of roasted pumpkin and curry spices from a curried pumpkin and wild rice soup and this week I used the rest of my thyme and parsley for a squash and caramelized onion lasagna.
The quest for the perfect pumpkin can take you all over the Twin Cities. No matter which direction your map sends you, you’re sure to find a pumpkin farm on the outskirts of where urban ends and country begins.