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Light It Up: Twin Cities & Greater Minnesota Christmas & Holiday Light Displays
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10 Free Things To Do in November in the Twin Cities
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“Pre-K Mondays” at The Works Museum in Bloomington

Light It Up: Twin Cities & Greater Minnesota Christmas & Holiday Light Displays

Our family discovered the student-designed Winter Lights Show put on by the University of Minnesota’s College of Science & Engineering. Who knew there were this many holiday light displays out there? These people are amazing. They don’t do this for money (although some collect a little something for a charity), but year after year they get out in Minnesota weather and put up displays for the community to enjoy. Please remember to be respectful of the homeowners and their neighbors when viewing these light displays.

Please, we beg you, personally confirm the details of these light shows before heading out! Whether you plan your route around the verified light displays or get adventurous and try them all, we would love to hear from you! We always appreciate the feedback if you find any holiday light displays that are no longer happening or know of one we don’t have listed. Scroll down to the bottom for Community Tree Lightings and Displays

Holiday Light Displays

Thanks to the awesome Prairie Lights website for the initial help with this list of Christmas light displays & music shows and to our reader, Randy, who personally confirmed many of these displays in 2017 and added more! Read More

10 Free Things To Do in November in the Twin Cities

The novelty of back-to-school has worn off, the excitement of Halloween parties have wrapped up, and it’s still weeks until Thanksgiving break. And so we’re left with…November. But take heart, there’s plenty of free and budget family entertainment going on this month; you just have to dig a little deeper to find it. Here are 10 Free Things To Do in November to get you started:

Free Things To Do in November

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“Pre-K Mondays” at The Works Museum in Bloomington

Attention parents who love to save a few bucks and find a cool new place to take the kids that will keep them occupied (educationally!) for hours: it’s time to pay a visit to Pre-K Mondays at The Works, a hands-on engineering museum for kids in Bloomington.

Pre-K Monday at the Works Museum

engineer girl!

First, the savings bit: The Works hosts select “Pre-K Mondays” during the school year where your kids (any age over 2) are admitted for just $4.50. Regular price admission – $9.00 – still applies for adults. Kids under 3 are free. Read More

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