If you spent the weekend at the Minnesota State Fair, you may have spent a decent amount of cash there too.
Starting Monday night, some of Minnesota’s most talented people will be taking the stage at the State Fair.
No, American Pharoah will not be there, but there will still be plenty of horses to see at the Minnesota State Fairgrounds this weekend. The Tanbark Cavalcade of Roses Horse Show is coming to the State Fair!
Spring in Minnesota brings out the festivals. Take a look at these five best fairs going on later this spring.
The Minnesota Horse Expo, this weekend at the State Fairgrounds, is the place to “see,” “buy” and “do” for horse lovers. There are vendors for everything from boots, belts and saddles to art and food.
Can’t wait to eat your favorite Minnesota State Fair foods? Well, you have an opportunity to indulge one week before the kickoff of the Great Minnesota Get-Together — all while helping to improve and preserve the fairgrounds! The “Taste of the Fair” is a pre-party and fundraiser for the nonprofit Minnesota State Fair Foundation.
Now that the weather’s feeling a little more like summer, it’s time to start looking forward to “The Great Minnesota Get-Together!” The State Fair’s 2014 Official Commemorative Art was unveiled Wednesday on the fairgrounds. St. Paul artist Emily L. Taylor was selected to create the official artwork.
If you’re looking for a pet, but a cat or dog just won’t do, we’ve got the perfect event for you this weekend. Hundreds of snakes, lizards, turtles and spiders will be crawling across the State Fairgrounds.
This summer, several anticipated festivals pull the communities together and lend themselves to a world of outdoor fun. Check out these fun events and summer festivals.
Neighborhoods close to the fairgrounds have become targets of vandals, and some think state fairgoers are to blame for a spike in crime.
If you’re over the age of 50 and can showcase some talent, listen up. Whether your play an instrument, sing, or stand on your head — the Strut Your Stuff Talent Contest wants you.
The Twin Cities will be a hot spot this weekend, and we’re not just talking about the weather. There are several festivals and events taking place that will draw thousands of people from across the country.
Hundreds of classic cars will be revving up their engines at the annual 50’s car show this weekend at the Minnesota State Fairgrounds.
The 10th annual Living Green Expo hopes to inspire more than 25,000 Minnesotans this weekend to live greener.