A Walk in the Park

Central Women’s Fellowship’s annual Ladies Day Out has been pretty good the past several years. We have been introduced to points of interest in the Twin Cities area. Como Park Conservatory, the James J. Hill House, and this year the Minneapolis Institute of Arts.

If you do a little bit of investigation, inexpensive or even free museums and parks can be found. Take some time to relax andor enjoy the local resources.

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  1. Unknown

    KJ,this is true about most cities (or even small towns) – many very interesting and/or beautiful spots are free, but not well known. Sometimes it is a matter of not having enough time to find them. Unfortunately, we have not taken advantage of many of the wonderful things in our area because the ages of our children. James would not put up with a day spent in any of the Smithsonian museums! We PLAN on visiting them SOMETIME… Spring is here, and we are spending as much time outside as possible. The kids run in and out all afternoon! There is sand everywhere!

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    Katrina,April 30 is Museum Day according to Smithsonian – many museums will be open for free. Check out their website for full listings. <www.smithsonianmuseumday.com>

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