Working For The Weekend
It’s that time again, the time when we are working for the weekend! This week, WCCO This Morning found a really special event rolling through the Twin Cities. It’s a national organization that’s making a stop here with a goal to send a lot of families home with free groceries.
Just about everywhere you look this weekend, you’re bound to find an outdoor festival. From music, cars to Italian culture, here’s a look at the hottest festivals in town.
It’s Thursday and although some may love to be at work, many are just working for the weekend.
We’re working for the weekend, and not just any weekend but the Fourth of July weekend! That means there are a ton of events around town to celebrate the holiday.
Have you wanted to get on a Nice Ride, but haven’t? Or is there a food truck you’ve wanted to try but haven’t tracked it down yet? Well, you’re in luck! They are just two of the things we’re talking about while we’re working for the weekend!
It is that time, the one time during the week when we think about the weekend. This time, WCCO This Morning found plenty of fun, and free activities, around town.
he weekend is almost here! And for anyone still looking for things to do, we’ve got you covered.
It’s Friday eve and that means WCCO This Morning is Working for the Weekend.
It’s safe to say many of us are working for the weekend this week. And that’s because it’s a long holiday weekend! And with the weather a little dicey, WCCO This Morning found fun things to do both indoors and outdoors.
With the recent rainy forecast, a lot of us are hoping it dries for the weekend. There’s so much to do outside!
We are working for the weekend. It is Mother’s Day weekend and there are a lot of fun activities to do with mom! But we begin with a party even the dads would enjoy.
It’s rated the fourth best day of the week: Thursday! That means time to start thinking about the top two days of the week, and WCCO’s Kim Johnson found plenty to do this Saturday and Sunday.
It’s the day before Friday! That means we need to plan our weekend. WCCO This Morning’s Kim Johnson has some fun affordable things to do for the whole family.
We are so close to the weekend and there is plenty to do in the Twin Cities.
Hope your calendar isn’t booked for the weekend! WCCO This Morning’s Kim Johnson has a number of fun events to keep you busy.
We are one day closer to Friday and that means we are one day closer to the weekend. It’s Easter weekend so a lot of you will be spending time with family and we found some fun, free activities for the whole family!
A lot of motorcycle riders got a taste of the warm weather last week and want more! It may be too cold to ride this weekend but you can at least check out a lot of cool bikes in St. Paul.
We’re coming up on the first weekend of spring and there are plenty of ways to celebrate in the Twin Cities.
It’s Thursday and that means many of you are already working for the weekend! We have ideas on how to fill up your calendar.
The weekend is approaching, and if you don’t have plans yet, you’re in luck. WCCO This Morning has you covered on affordable fun for the whole family in Working for the Weekend.
This weekend, our featured events for a good time include a softball tournament in the snow, an engineering expo for kids, mixing arts with beer and a motorcycle. Here’s what’s on tap as we are Working for the Weekeed.
After celebrating Valentine’s Day and, hopefully, enjoying a day off for Presidents’ Day, this upcoming weekend may seem a as though it’s shaping up to be a bit anti-climactic. But despite the lack of holidays this weekend, there are still plenty of activities to keep you busy.
It’s a tough time of year. Winter is raging on and spring is barely in sight. So, for those who need something to lift them out of their winter blues, check out Jason Matheson’s picks for weekend entertainment.
Not ready for some football this weekend? For all those who are passing up Super Bowl activities and are looking for something to keep busy, check out some of these activities around the Twin Cities. We promise none are football related.
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.