Visitors enjoyed a great weekend in September at Hudson’s Spirit of the St. Croix Art Festival with fine art, artist demonstrations, live music performances, kids’ activities and plenty of fall flavors.
Fall is the season of the arts in the St. Croix Valley, as evidenced by the myriad fantastic local festivals.
Valley Bookseller's Rachael Johnson recommends a funny summer read, plus a handful of events at the store.
Members of the Greater Stillwater Chamber celebrated in Great Gatsby fashion during their third annual winter gala community award celebration at the JX Event Center. Honorees includeded businesses of the year as well as educator, non-profit and more.
Hudson does outdoor music right on the regular at Concerts in the Park at Lakefront Park.
Here are some of the best reader submitted photos from this year's Hudson Hot Air Affair. The mid-winter event has been delighting spectators for 30 years. This year's theme was Pirates Fly’n the Croix-Ribbean.
Memorable experiences are made in the country and city.
This annual fine art and crafts festival takes place in Afton’s quaint Town Square Park. Visitors enjoy art from dozens of vendors along with live music and a wine and beer garden.
Started in the summer of 2003 to bring awareness and exposure to local independent film, the Square Lake Film Festival advertises on its website, “the event is a way to bring some exposure to the awesome independent and largely unrecognized film work being done in and around the Twin Cities.”
Art Along the Willow is an annual art fair sponsored by a local group aptly named Friends of Willow River and Kinnickinnic state parks. The event hosts up to 800 people.
“It takes a village” is a phrase that comes to mind with the efforts of many members of the community coming together to put on a great day for kids. The third annual A Summer Day will be happening July 22, an event put on by Friends of a Summer Day (FSD) in cooperation with Solid Ground.