St. Paul Winter Carnival
A popular part of downtown St. Paul has transformed into a winter wonderland. The Winter Courtyard at Rice Park is officially open.
Time to hang up those picks and shovels for another year. The St. Paul Winter Carnival medallion has been located.
An ice sculpture of Dr. Seuss’ Winter Making Machine earned its makers a $2,000 prize for coming in first place at the St. Paul Winter Carnival, according to carnival planners.
The St. Paul Winter Carnival Grand Day parade is Saturday afternoon and is just one of several activities that will take place as part of the carnival.
Warmer weather put a damper on the multi-block ice carving contest at the St. Paul Winter Carnival. It’s a 48-hour event, but Thursday’s sunshine took away some precious hours from competitors.
Ice carvers are working around the clock to finish their entries at the 126th annual St. Paul Winter Carnival.
The hunt for the Winter Carnival medallion is still on and the serious medallion hunters are scouring the streets of St. Paul.
The 126th St. Paul Winter Carnival kicks off Thursday, minus a couple of events because of the lack of snow.
If you are feeling the winter blues — especially after the traffic snarls we experienced this week — it may be time to make your escape.
Whether it’s the St. Paul Winter Carnival or the Minneapolis Aquatennial, thousands make their way to our annual events. But do the Twin Cities cash in? Good Question.
You can bet there are people searching right now for the St. Paul Winter Carnival medallion.
While the snow can be frustrating for commuters, it’s putting the fun back into some major wintertime activities.
The lack of snowfall has impacted the 126th annual St. Paul Winter Carnival. Winter Carnival staff decided Saturday to cancel the snow sculpture portion of the festival.
Eight Klondike Kate contestants will take turns belting out songs Wednesday night in hopes of being crowned St. Paul’s mistress of fun and frivolity.
In less than three weeks, the St. Paul Winter Carnival will be in full swing. But right now an even bigger celebration is taking place in China, where two Minnesotans look to sculpt snow competitively and get inspired.