Visit Wayzata for its biggest, chilliest community event of the year. Enjoy free skating on Wayzata Bay and a movie night in the heated 19th Hole Tent with heartwarming hot cocoa and tasty treats. Watch colorful kites overtake the sky for the Snowkiting event. Finish the festival with the ticketed Golf Tournament and annual Chili Cook-Off. All ages. 952.473.9595 Read more about Wayzata Chilly Open
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The Winter Carnival is back for 2020! This year’s events will include ice carvings, merchandise and food sales, music and much more. Bring out the whole family and come join the fun at the recently renovated Rice Park and Landmark Center. This all-day event will be a fun time for everyone in the winter months. All ages. Read more about 2020 Saint Paul Winter Carnival
Minnesota Center for Book Arts is honored to partner with the Hill Museum & Manuscript Library (HMML) for Destruction and the Book, a three-part lecture series exploring the history of the book. Read more about Malta, Slavery & Archives: The Legacy of Human Trafficking in Early Modern Documents
Stop in on Thursday, March 12 and discover the difference of St. Therese School! Principal Groebner and staff will be on-hand throughout the day to give short tours (approx. 30-45 min) of our growing PreK-8th grade school. See our classes in action and experience the small class sizes, with big results!
Cherrywood Pointe in Minnetonka will be hosting its Woodlands Memory Care February Friends & Family event on Saturday, February 29th. The event – Puppy Love: Leap Year - will feature leaping Corgis from the Corgi Racing Society, Valentine’s cookies, and hot cocoa. The event is dementia-friendly and welcoming to everyone. It will also offer a great chance for attendees to meet the staff at Cherrywood Pointe, learn about the programming available, and see the Cherrywood Pointe of Minnetonka Woodlands Memory Care neighborhood. Read more about Puppy Love: Leap Year Event
Join us for an opening reception celebrating the remarkable team that won this year's MN Book Artist Award, including:
John Coy (author)
Gaylord Shanilec (lead artist)
Monica Edwards Larson
Amanda Degener Read more about Opening Reception: 2020 MN Book Artist Award (Group Exhibition)
This show is for lovers of all things canine. Watch your favorite breed compete in the show or attend one of the many programs which celebrate everything from working dogs to hunting hounds. Pick up a treat for your furry friend at the marketplace but please leave your own pooch at home. Visit the Land O’ Lakes Kennel Club website for a full schedule of activities and events. Read more about Land O’ Lakes Kennel Club Dog Show
Discover a lost art! Learn to write in cursive the same way your ancestors did, as you experiment with old fashioned slate boards and ink and dip pens. You'll also decipher the cursive writing of Lake Minnetonka pioneers' diaries and letters, learning about their lives from their own words. By the end of class, you’ll be ready to put pen to paper and express yourself beautifully! Read more about The Lost Art of Cursive Writing
A moderated panel of experts discusses homelessness: How did we get here? And how do we solve it?
Forums are open to the public and free of charge. Registration is required. Read more about Giving Insights Forum: Homelessness
Could your pet use some grooming? The clinic is presenting an opportunity to get your pet’s nails trimmed and have a chip placed for safe tracking. All proceeds from the event will go towards benefitting the Consignment Cats of Secondhand Hounds program. Owners must bring a copy of each pet’s rabies vaccination to your appointment. Email to reserve your spot. firstname.lastname@example.org Read more about Chip & Clip Clinic