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Holiday Lights Tour | Rochester MN Moms Blog

A New Favorite Rochester Holiday Tradition! | Rochester Trolley & Tour Co Holiday Lights Tour

Tis the season for Christmas jammies, hot cocoa and Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, sledding in the freshly fallen snow, caroling, Gingerbread houses…you name it!  It seems this time of year each family has their own favorite traditions. Rochester MN Moms Blog has found a new holiday favorite…the Jolly Trolley Holiday Lights Tour with the Rochester […]

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Shop Rochester MN | A Local Holiday Shopping Guide

{Disclosure :: Shop Rochester MN | A Local Holiday Shopping Guide is a sponsored post. That said, we sourced each business included in this holiday gift guide and included our very favorite local ideas and companies.} We’re thrilled to present you with Shop Rochester MN | A Local Holiday Shopping Guide! We would love to encourage you […]

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{NOVEMBER 14th} National Toy Store Day!

Do you remember walking into your favorite toy shop as a kid?  It felt like magic, didn’t it? All of the options: your favorite character waiting to be played with, the books with the fresh bindings, the fun games just waiting to be played. Saturday is National Toy Store Day.  Lucky for Rochester, A Child’s […]

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Has Winter Come Early? Minnesota Children’s Museum – Rochester

Have you heard the news yet?  We’re having an early winter!  An early winter at the Minnesota Children’s Museum – Rochester that is! Recently, the Children’s Museum unveiled two brand new exhibits that allow you to explore, experience and engage in all new ways! The first new exhibit is called Snowball: Winter Fun. (October 7, 2015 […]

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Grand Rounds BrewPub {Sponsored Post}

Have you ever thought “Wouldn’t it be great if there was a restaurant in town that had everything that I wanted, whatever the occasion?”  Look no further than Grand Rounds BrewPub.  This downtown establishment opened up in the Spring of this year. It’s rich and lengthy history on Historic Third Street only adds to the […]

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