MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Tap Dancing, Sherlock Holmes, ski slopes and hayrides took over this week’s edition of WCCO Saturday Morning. Missed it? No problem! Check out the links and recap below for all of the show’s highlights.

The original serial sleuth is in Minneosta! Mike and Natalie got a peek at the Sherlock Holmes Experience at the Science Museum of Minnesota and took a crack at some of the investigator’s mysteries.

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For this week’s edition of DeRusha Eats, Jason got a peek at a restaurant in the suburbs with some spectacular views and, of course, spectacular food: Victor’s on Water in Excelsior. Check out the full story here.

If you’re ready for the snow to fly, check out the Explore Minnesota Slopes Ski and Snowboard Expo Saturday in the Mall of America! It showcases more than a dozen ski hills from around the state as well as area retailers and businesses. Booths will offer deals on season passes, lift tickets, equipment and fashions.

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And ICYMI: Natalie had a scream at your choice for the Best Haunted Hayride in Minneosta: Dead End Hayride in Wyoming. Check out the full story here.

Dust off those old rackety shoes — it’s time for the Twin Cities Tap Festival! If you’re a dancer, or just love to watch, don’t miss out on the fun at the West Bank’s Southern Theater.

Thousands of undead souls will gather in downtown Minneapolis Saturday night. It’s the world-record Zombie Pub Crawl! Head to the Warehouse District for a night of dancing and live entertainment. There are two outdoor stages, dozen of participating bars and food trucks. Of course you’re encouraged to dress up — the gorier the better. The main entrance is 1st Avenue and 6th Street North. Day of tickets are $50.

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And finally: Have you ever been to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio? No? Well there’s good news: You can check out all the sports legends right here in Minnesota while the attraction is on tour. Check out some of the amazing artifacts and memorabilia this weekend at the Minneapolis Convention Center.