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Amarama Art & Beth Sievers Encaustic Artist Reception

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Meet Amarama and Beth Sievers at their duo artist reception. Learn more about Beth Sievers Encaustic Art practice as well as Amarama's Needle Felted...

Gift Membership Sale for MCMR!

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Looking for that perfect gift for a special family in your life? Give the wonderful gift of play by giving a membership to the...

Rochester MN Guide to October Events

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Check out all the October events in the Rochester, MN area! So much to do with you kids and family as we celebrate this much loved season!

Rochester MN Guide to Patios and Outdoor Dining

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We're looking forward to long evenings sitting, sipping and sampling all that Rochester's outdoor dining patios have to offer!

Field Trip to Bell Natural History Museum and Planetarium

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Besides the prehistoric animal exhibit, which highlights animals that roamed our state, there are multiple artistic and beautiful dioramas where you can explore Minnesota's diverse landscapes.

Keep the Pennies in Your Pocket: Saving Time and Money on...

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People’s Food Co-op has great prices and deals everyday. We’d like to share with you some of the best ways we've found to maximize your savings while you shop the best, freshest, local and natural food in the city. Everybody wants to save on groceries!

Rochester MN Day Trips

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Looking to take a little Day Trip? The southeast MN area offers an abundance of things to see and do all within a perfectly manageable drive from Rochester!

Guide to the Rochester MN Farmers Market

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If you're new to our Downtown Rochester MN Farmers Market, we've put together a fun and handy guide for you to make the best out of your experience!

Check It Out! Construction in The Med City

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Behind the Post Bulletin there is an extremely large construction project going on and the whole site is visible from the skyway and parking ramps.

Love ’em or Hate ’em, Silver Lake’s Resident Geese Are Here...

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My own children grew up feeding the geese.  This was many many years ago - before Google and Facebook taught us that bread and corn are not good for birds.