SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING AVAILABLE FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN. COME IN FOR BEST SELECTION. THE COMMON CLOSET IS OPEN WEDNESDAYS 2-6, THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 10-4. THE COMMON CLOSET IS A NON-PROFIT THRIFT STORE, GIVING BACK TO THE COMMUNITY IN VARIOUS WAYS. WE THANK YOU FOR YOUR CONTINUED SUPPORT.
You can find us on Main Street West & Allegheny Avenue next to Hill’s Hardware on Wednesdays from 3-7 pm and Saturdays from 9-noon May 24 through October 18. Product available will include a variety of fresh local fruits and vegetables, eggs, meats, baked goods, canned goods, flowers, locally produced craft items and more! Wabasha Farmers Market accepts EBT/SNAP/DEBIT and CREDIT cards. Stop by our information booth for more details! New vendors are always welcome.
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Nine-Hole Best Shot/Four Person Tournament, Friday, June 2, 2017.Fullscreen Mode
Come listen to Larry Neilson, Riverboat Captain and local businessman, read from his latest book on the Upper Mississippi River- Pursuing Awe. It is pictorial and prose collaboration celebrating the nature along Lake Pepin and the Mississippi River. Larry also has been featured on National and International radio and television for his innovative efforts to promote the Lake Pepin Area. Join us for a fun evening of celebrating our beautiful area in SE MN.
May 17th – 6-8 pm
Special presentation by Jamie LaBreck on the evolution of ancient and medieval armor.Fullscreen Mode
Minnesota Tournament, Auctions to be held on May 12 at Slippery’s Bar & Grill 7:30pm, Tournaments held at Izaak Walton ParkFullscreen Mode
A quarterly gathering for Wabasha-Kellogg Chamber members and guests!
Location: Hills Hardware
Join us for Ocean Commotion 2017! Songs, crafts, games, food, drama, puppets… and more!
When: June 11th-15th, Sunday-Thursday, 4-7pm each night. Dinner provided.
Who: Ages 4-12
Where: Hiawatha Bible Chapel, 907 Hiawatha Drive E, Wabasha, MN 55981
Please register at hiawathabible.org OR call Amy at 507-226-6866.
We look forward to having you!
Powerful Tools for Caregivers is an educational program designed to help family caregivers take care of themselves while caring for a relative or friend who is age 55 or better.Fullscreen Mode