Tuesday, January 23, 2007

Snow Sculpting

The St. Paul Winter Carnival starts this week-end. I like it for the amount of fun free entertainment it provides on a few mid winter nights. The ice and snow sculptures never cease to amaze me, they are well worth the trip to HARRIET ISLAND (this is different from past carnivals where the sculptures have been in RICE PARK).

On Sunday catch the PARADE in Down town St. Paul - see this years Klondike Kate and King Boreus.

Also a wonderful concert for families is planned on Monday evening Jan 29 at 6:30. Hear the Minnesota Sinfonia performing "Fairy Tales children's classics - FREE in the HOT DISH TENT

Although our winter has been dismal as far as making ice and snow - I guess they did make a big snow slide that can be ridden for $2.00 - have fun!

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