Owatonna Minnesota Events
In this area of Minnesota, the season begins with many opportunities to enjoy the scenery as winter sets in. It has become a popular neighborhood festival, attracting crowds every year, and is one of the most popular events in the Twin Cities.
The historic campus, with 13 buildings, has been beautifully renovated and is a great place for formal and informal events of all sizes. It can offer venues and accommodate other special camps and groups, including youth, adult and corporate leisure.
We have a variety of winter activities planned that are fun and want to stay active, but most of them are planned for the weekend of January 29-31. Check out the activities and grab a spot along the parade route on Saturday morning, or get started earlier. Don't forget to go to the school basement this weekend to play bingo, most of them open from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Visit the beer stand to enjoy some affordable breweries with friends and family, or visit our beer stalls to make your own craft beer, cider, wine and other craft beers. Pillsbury meeting and event locations, please contact us for more information about them, including pricing information and campus tours. They provide you with what you need to make your visit as easy as possible for you and your friends, family and employees.
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Whether your group stays for a weekend, a week - long retreats or longer - there is a fully equipped meeting or event venue available to organize food, meetings, sleeping and accommodation. Show your sculpture and let the calendar of the city planner become your region. Whether large or small, OWATNA Community Planning is a franchisee that offers you great business opportunities.
The beautiful and affordable Pillsbury Campus is the perfect meeting or event location, making it the perfect place for a weekend or week - long retreats.
The property is fully equipped with Wi-Fi access and is connected to the sidewalk, which increases accessibility. Rent skates and pick up food through the main exit and south door.
Registration for CivicRec is required, registration will follow shortly, but two holes are planned in the area. Everyone who registers will receive a ticket and the two best participants will receive a free ticket to the Winter Snowskate race at the end of the day. The caught fish will receive tickets to a raffle of various prizes, and prizes will be awarded to judges who select the best snow.
Kaplan Woods Parkway contains hard-surfaced cross-country trails maintained by the park administration. Frosty and a sidekick can be found in the following parks to help you solve crimes, as well as a variety of other fun activities.
This calendar is full of coupons for popular local retailers, so save money while supporting small businesses right in your hometown. The shops in downtown Owatonna promote local businesses during this festival, and the shops in the city hold events throughout the day.
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Founded in 1949 to preserve the history of Steele County, it has grown into one of the largest and most respected organizations for the preservation of historic monuments in the state of Minnesota. It is the oldest historical museum in Minnesota and the only museum of its kind in North America.
The Landmark Center is the cultural center of St. Paul and offers a focus on history, dance, art and music. There are three or more different buildings, each with its own history and history. Built in 1892, Vision Hall was originally home to the Minnesota Historical Society and the University of Minnesota School of Art, and now has an art room in the basement.
Completed in 1908, the building was designed by Louis Sullivan and features stained glass windows and a stage that can accommodate large crowds. Grand Old Main is home to the oldest stained glass theatre in St. Paul, the theatre stage that hosts a large crowd, and a number of other historic buildings.