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Honor Prince On The Anniversary Of His Passing At The Minnesota Historical Society For Free
Honor Prince On The Anniversary Of His Passing At The Minnesota Historical Society For Free
It's hard to believe that it's already been a year since the passing of our iconic artist Prince on April 21, 2016.  There has been many tributes to the late singer with special events and concerts and during several awards shows. To commemorate the anniversary of his death, the Minnesota Historical Society, 345 W Kellogg Blvd in St. Paul will have a very special display that I'm sure his fans wil
You Can Touch A Live Sturgeon At The Great Lakes Aquarium, Alan Kisses One During Feeding
You Can Touch A Live Sturgeon At The Great Lakes Aquarium, Alan Kisses One During Feeding
If you haven't visited the Great Lakes Aquarium lately it should be on your "to do" list to see the new Unsalted Seas Exhibit.  My favorite (and always will be) is the Otters, those little playful honeys!  But, my friend Alan White told me the tale that he gets to kiss the sturgeon and THAT I HAD to see.
Ken + Cathy's Tarantula Encounter
Ken + Cathy's Tarantula Encounter
When I first got the call that the Lake Superior Zoo wanted to come for a visit with a tarantula, I didn't think it would be that big of a deal.  Boy, was I wrong!  Ken was freaking out to the point of literally making audible sounds that I've never heard come out of his mouth before.  That made me even more brave to have Rosie crawl on my arm...well, sorta brave.
Toys of the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s Exhibit At The MN History Center Extends Hours For Final Days
Toys of the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s Exhibit At The MN History Center Extends Hours For Final Days
Remember these cute little bugs?  The Cootie Bug game was one of my favorites as a child, along with Parcheesi, Yahtzee and Life! (not a fan of Monopoly due to my crappy math ability, although it did teach me to make change).   But, everybody had their favorites.  "Toys" is a national traveling exhibit of toys making stop at the MN History Center and has been breaking attendance records.
Toys of the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s Exhibit At The MN History Center Shatters Attendance Records
Toys of the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s Exhibit At The MN History Center Shatters Attendance Records
Remember these cute little bugs?  The Cootie Bug game was one of my favorites as a child, along with Parcheesi, Yahtzee and Life! (not a fan of Monopoly due to my crappy math ability, although it did teach me to make change).   But, everybody had their favorites.  "Toys" is a national traveling exhibit of toys making stop at the MN History Center and breaking attendance records.  They wi
Is Your Favorite Toy In The National Traveling Exhibit Coming To The MN History Center [Guaranteed Memories and Smiles]
Is Your Favorite Toy In The National Traveling Exhibit Coming To The MN History Center [Guaranteed Memories and Smiles]
Remember these cute little bugs?  The Cootie Bug game was one of my favorites as a child, along with Parcheesi, Yahtzee and Life! (not a fan of Monopoly due to my crappy math ability, although it did teach me to make change).   But, everybody had their favorites.  "Toys" is a national traveling exhibit of toys making stop at the MN History Center.  They will take you back to your childho