MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — When a local ice cream shop celebrated its 65th anniversary on Saturday, it decided to throw a big party for its neighbors.

The Dairy Queen on Lowry Avenue in Northeast Minneapolis has been around for 65 years.

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“We opened June 22nd, 1949,” said owner Racheal Phillippi.

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The shop celebrated by inviting neighborhood kids by to paint a mural on the building.

And back in 1949, cones were just 5 cents, so that’s how much they sold their ice cream for.

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The owners say they’re one of the top five oldest Dairy Queens in the country.