Thursday, February 8th, 5:30pm at Turning Waters Bed, Breakfast & BreweryFullscreen Mode
Congratulations to Turning Waters Bed, Breakfast, Adventure & Brewery! Their outstanding Trip Advisor reviews have put them at #4 (when searching by reviews) on the Explore Minnesota Tourism website for B&B’s/Inns. Turning Waters Bed, Breakfast and Adventure is #2 for B&B’s behind the A G Thomson House Bed & Breakfast in Duluth! Cheers to you – Turning Waters Bed, Breakfast and Adventure!
From Explore Minnesota:
Turning Waters Bed, Breakfast and Adventure and Brewery serves up immaculate five course organic and farm-to-table style breakfasts and outdoor adventure. Start your day out right with a bountiful breakfast and follow it up by relaxing on our wrap-around front porch, a walk by the river, a hike at a local state park, a bike ride or kayaking on the Mississippi River. Turning Waters B&B is walking distance to most restaurants and shopping downtown. Visit the National Eagle Center or Lark Toys nearby and enjoy delicious chocolates from The Chocolate Escape. Winter or Summer Fun year round.
Hiawathaland Transit is excited to announce that we have added Saturday service! In addition to Monday – Friday service, the bus will also be available on Saturday from 7:30am-4:30pm. Dispatch hours will be Monday – Friday 4:30am-9:00pm, Saturday 7:00am-5:00pm, and Sunday 7:00am-4:30pm. Contact dispatch (866-623-7505) with any questions or to schedule a ride.
Booking your trips just got easier, now accepting online requests at threeriverscap.org.
Location: Kellogg, MN
Year Established: 1983
Specialty: On-Site Activities & Entertainment
The Lowdown: LARK Toys is as much a toy store as it is a wholesome alternative to Chuck E. Cheese’s, and it’s worth every minute of the almost two-hour drive from downtown Minneapolis. Yes, there are plenty of toys for sale, including retro handcrafted wooden ones made onsite in the LARK woodshop. But there’s also a carousel (hand-carved from local basswood), a bookstore, an antique-toy display, and an 18-hole mini-golf course. Since you’re going to be there for a while, it’s a good thing there’s also a cafe offering sandwiches, salads, and snacks, plus homemade fudge. Oh, there are also mini llamas that kids can get up close and personal with ⏤ their names are Francis, Irving, and George.
January 31st, 2018
J&J BBQ, Nelson, Wisconsin
Saturday, December 23rd 5pm to 9pm.
Nicole Borg is an English teacher and poet. She has been published in Lost Lake Folk Opera, The Talking Stick, The Nodin Poetry Anthology 2015, and Eclectica ezine. She was a recipient of the SEMAC Emerging Artist Grant in 2014 and an honorable mention in the LOFT Mentor Series 2012. For five years, Nicole was the lead editor of Green Blade: The Magazine of the Rural America Writers’ Center out of Plainview, MN. She has lived in Colorado, North Dakota, California, New Mexico, and now, Minnesota, and place features prominently in her work. Her first collection of poetry All Roads Lead Home is scheduled for publication this spring from Shipwreckt Books.
In addition to writing poetry, Nicole reads fiction, spends time outdoors, practices Yoga and is obsessed with cooking. She takes her inspiration from daily life in the beautiful Mississippi River Valley and from her two sons, Lyzander and Lynx. She lives in Wabasha with her sons and nationally recognized tech-educator husband, Glen Irvin.
Saturday at 10:30 AM, December 16th
159 Main Street West, Wabasha, Minnesota 55981
December 1st and 2nd.Fullscreen Mode
The Wabasha Area Community Resource Center Board of Directors is seeking a mission-driven professional to join our team as manager of the non-profit Common Closet Thrift Store in downtown Wabasha, MN. Responsibilities include oversight of day-to-day operations; volunteer training, coordination, and management; and merchandising and marketing. As manager, the successful candidate will possess retail and merchandising experience and exceptional leadership, customer service, and communication skills. Computer (Word, Excel and QuickBooks), organizational, and bookkeeping proficiency required. Compensation includes hourly wage based on experience and paid vacation. Send resume to:
PO Box 51
Wabasha, MN 55981
30 hours per week; Wednesday-Saturday
The new children’s room at the library is complete. Your support made this happen. Please join us to celebrate at our open house December 1, 2017 Friday night from 5:00-7:00 p.m. Program begins at 6:30 p.m. Refreshments and conversation provided.
On Saturday, November 11th at 2pm, there will be a special program at Castlerock Museum in Alma, Wisconsin with Gary Schlosstein, the museum’s founder. Gary will take visitors on a walk around the museum, sharing stories behind some of the rare and fascinating artifacts in the museum’s collection. He will also point out and discuss many exciting new additions made in the past year. The program will conclude with a Q & A session.
Gary Schlosstein first started collecting when he was ten years with a Civil War musket that he bought at an antique store for three dollars. His passion for ancient and medieval arms and armor began in the early 1980’s, when a friend convinced him to buy several medieval polearms. Over the years, this collection grew, leading Gary to start up the nonprofit that is Castlerock Museum as a permanent place to house and display the collection to the public. The museum officially opened its doors in 2011 and celebrated its sixth anniversary last July.
Admission is $6 for adults and $4 for students. Museum members are FREE. The museum will open at 1:00pm for visitors that would like to look around beforehand. Contact the museum at 608-685-4231 or [email protected] for details.
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Tuesday, November 7, 2017Fullscreen Mode
Thursday, November 16th at Simplicity Wellness. 5:30 PMFullscreen Mode