The Minnesota Renaissance Festival is the largest in the United States.Come and enjoy performances, costumes, food, arts and crafts and much moreSome of the activities:Live Armored Jousting7 Themed Weekends16 Stages of Entertainment250 Artisan Booths for Endless ShoppingFood, Drinks & More!Open Weekends August 18-September 30, Labor Day and Festival Day (September 28th).
Mark your calendar for two Winter Extravaganza events:From 1-3 p.m. on Jan. 21 and Feb. 25 members of the community are invited to visit the McColl Pond Environmental Learning and Event Center to:
Enjoy a snowshoe hike around McColl Pond
Warm up and roast marshmallows at a bonfire
Savor some hot chocolate
Get their face painted
Participate in crafts and activities inside the ELC
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The exhibit displays over 30 paintings depicting images from Scott County including people, landscapes, and animals. Opening:Thursday January 12th, 6:30-8:00 pm. All three artists will be in attendance.
Admission is $4 Adults, $2 Students, FREE for SCHS Members.
The Scott County Historical Society is located at 235 Fuller Street South, Shakopee, MN email@example.com
Fun for the entire familyEnjoy and evening with your family and friends by joining us for some swimming and old fashioned gym games. No pre-registration requiredFriday, Feb. 24, 6:30 to 8 p.m.Shakopee Middle SchoolFee: $5 per person
AN OLD FASHIONED CHRISTMAS! lots of fun is included:
• Hot Apple Cider • Christmas Cookies • Christmas Music •• Children Story Time • Christmas Carols •• Live animals on display including camels and a donkey •
SPECIAL Christmas Performance! (FREE)Sunday, December 18 • 1:00–5:00 pmChaska Community Center: (952) 448-5633
Come and Celebrate the New Year at Chanhassen Dinner Theatre
Dinner Seating and Curtain Times on 12/31/10Various shows available: All Shook Up: Dinner at 6:00 and Curtain at 7:45 (Main Stage) I Do! I Do!: Dinner at 6:00 and Curtain at 8:15 (Fireside Theatre) Stevie Ray's Comedy Cabaret: Dinner at 6:00 and Curtain at 8:15 (Playhouse Theatre)
Celebrate and visit the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum"Making Spirits Bright" is a holiday season celebration.Visitors will find 12 storybook-themed decorated trees, surrounded by storytime seating, in the Oswald Visitor Center and Snyder Building. Santa also will be on hand! The art of Dr. Seuss in "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" will inspire a display of holiday-themed gingerbread creations. ...
Children can shop for gifts for mom and dad and their siblings.Kids can get help select and wrap their gifts.No grown-ups allowed! Holiday Kids' Shop. Nov. 25-Jan. 1, weekends only
952.443.1400Minnesota Landscape Arboretum Teaching Classroom, second floor of the Visitor Center.3675 Arboretum DriveChaska, MN 55318
Good children are invited to come with sleds to Jonathan’s annual Christmas Sledding party!Sledding, goodies and baked goods to eat, warm cocoa and reindeer.Friday, December 16, 2011 Location: the Marsh Halberg Sledding Hill at the corner of Bavaria and HundertmarkTime: 3-5 pm.
If you are planning to move to Carver or new to the city of Carver,a great resource is the City of Carver Park and Recreation who offers very low cost activities to adults and children.Carver’s location offers parks, hiking trails and many other outdoors activities. The recent expansion of the 212 Freeway added housing and business opportunity to the city.There is no better time to buy than now! ...