WCCO Saturday Morning Links (June 16)Here are all the stories and events covered by Jennifer Mayerle and Mike Augustyniak on WCCO Saturday Morning!
Working For The Weekend: Rock The Garden, Ugly Tie 5K & Stone Arch Bridge FestIf you are looking for something to do with dad this weekend, WCCO This Morning has your Father's Day plans covered.
The Best June Festivals In MinnesotaFestival season in Minnesota kicks off in earnest in June. There are plenty of things to do in every corner of the state.
Working For The Weekend: Entertainment Best BetsDads might be Workin for the Weekend because Father's Day is Sunday. If you need fun ways to fill it, check out these events taking place in the Twin Cities.
Thousands To Flock To Stone Arch Bridge FestivalTwo-hundred-and-fifty local and national artists will gather along the Minneapolis riverfront this Father's Day weekend.
Stone Arch Bridge Festival Attracts ThousandsThe party celebrates the Minneapolis riverfront and the iconic bridge that was built in 1883.
Working For The Weekend: Entertainment Best Bets For DadThis weekend is all about celebrating dads. Celebrate Father's Day weekend at the Stone Arch Bridge Festival. Take dad to Water Power Park to see a car show, art displays and performances by more than 250 musical artists.
Best Free Summer Concerts In MinnesotaGet out and enjoy your summer along with some free music.
Best Summer 2014 Craft Fairs In MinnesotaSummer is the time of year to shop for arts and crafts in Minnesota with more than one event every weekend in June.
Best 2014 Summer Festivals In MinnesotaThis 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.
Working For The Weekend: Entertainment Best BetsIt's Thursday, and that means it's time to start planning some weekend fun. Sunday is Father's Day, and if you don't have plans yet, there are a few events around town that are definitely worth taking dad to.
Stone Arch Bridge Festival PreviewAfter a 17-year run under the name Stone Arch Festival of the Arts, the passing of founder Ira Heilicher led many to worry that one of the largest festivals in the Twin Cities would simply disappear. Thankfully, Matt Mithun (who also owns the Somerset Amphitheater) stepped up and took over the newly-renamed Stone Arch Bridge Festival, which runs from June 15-17.