St. Paul Winter Carnival
The St. Paul Winter Carnival is known for being an over-the-top celebration of all things snow and ice.
This year, it’s also making history by crowning an African-American woman as the Queen of the Snows, 26-year-old Krystle Igbo-Ogbonna.
The 129th St. Paul Winter Carnival is in full swing this weekend. Most carnival events will take place in downtown St. Paul, in and around Rice Park and the Landmark Center, but some are taking place at the Minnesota State Fairgrounds.
Most Minnesotans know that during the winter months, sooner or later, they’ll have to bust out those shovels and plows. But what if there was a way to remove the snow without any of the physical labor?
Cat people rejoice! St. Paul is hosting the Saintly City Championships Cat Show Saturday. Nearly 200 feline friends, and their breeders, will be competing as part of the Cat Fancier’s Association.
A Friday fun day on the WCCO Morning News-Click the link above to listen.
With the St. Paul Winter Carnival kicking off, there are plenty of ways to enjoy the winter weather this weekend. That includes one big event that’s back for another round – Red Bull Crashed Ice.
It’s a big weekend as the St. Paul Winter Carnival opens up, complete with Crashed Ice and a snow sculpture competition. But for those looking to avoid the crowds, there are plenty of other things to enjoy.
If you’re going to be in St. Paul Saturday, you might want to plan ahead as it’s expected to be one of the busiest weekends of the year in the city.
Preparations for the St. Paul Winter Carnival are well underway. Crews are out at the Minnesota State Fairgrounds Saturday prepping snow for the snow sculpture competition next weekend.
It’s almost time for the St. Paul Winter Carnival! There’s still a lot of prep to do before the carnival begins, and crews working Saturday to get things ready. Their first task is to prep for the snow sculpture competition.
Congrats to the new KLONDIKE KATE who talked with John Hines this morning. Click the link above to listen back to the interview.
The St. Paul Winter Carnival starts two weeks from Thursday and we now know who will be the new “Mistress of Fun.” Shelley Brown from Inver Grove Heights was crowned “Klondike Kate” for this year’s St. Paul Winter Carnival.
A winter tradition is making a comeback after more than a decade! Organizers of this year’s St. Paul Winter Carnival say they will be bringing back the Royal Courtyard in Rice Park, according to the Pioneer Press.
In less than a month the “Coolest Celebration on Earth” returns to St. Paul. The St. Paul Winter Carnival revealed its annual buttons ahead of the festivities.
From tourist attractions to shopping venues, visitors are sure to find something fun and adventurous in Minnesota to write home about. Check out any of these hot spots for a fun visit to a surprisingly fun state.