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Celebrate The Clean Fresh Spring Air In Minneapolis

Posted on March 5, 2013Rick Welter

Flowers & Fresh Spring Air in MinneapolisThere’s nothing like sub-zero temperatures to add to the stir crazy end of winter doldrums. Not only is this because you’re most likely moving around less, it’s a sure bet that the air inside your home is moving around less, too. So, we’ve got the perfect prescription to get some fresh air into your lungs and a new outlook as we move toward spring — consider a Minneapolis whole-house air cleaner for inside and check out some fun family events to take you outside:

  1. The Raptor Center, University of Minnesota — Visit the world renown program that specializes in the medical care, rehabilitation, and conservation of eagles, hawks, owls, and falcons.  There’s nothing more uplifting than seeing the beauty of our incredible wildlife up close. The Raptor Center is open year round — adults $7.50, children and seniors $5.00.
  2. “To The Arctic 3D”  — The Minnesota Zoo has done it again. Bundle up the family to go see the stunning film, “To The Arctic 3D”. This magnificent movie chronicles the life of a mother polar bear and her two 7-month-old cubs as they navigate the Arctic wilderness. The Minnesota Zoo in Apple Valley has an ever-changing selection of wonderful, family-friendly movies for film getaways any time of the year!
  3. “The Biggest Little House In The Forest” — There’s no better way to boost your February spirits than by enjoying another great production at the Children’s Theatre at 2400 Third Ave. South, in Minneapolis. Check out “The Biggest Little House In The Forest,” a charming puppet-told story that will delight both you and your kids.
  4. Fur-Ever Home Of Wolves, Woods and Wildlife— Every weekend you can visit this captivating working agricultural farm and learn more about the North American wildlife we share Minnesota with.  Come face-to-face with a cougar and have fun with a fisher.  Open Fridays 4-8, Saturdays 12-8, Sundays 12-6.

Yes, there is clean fresh air to be found, even in the beginning of March! Turn on that Minneapolis whole-house air cleaner and head out with the family for some fun.  When you return you’ll find the air is as clean inside as out!

For more healthy heating tips, check out our blog post, Do You Know The Four Common Causes Of Furnace Failure?  Take Our Quiz.

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Celebrate The Clean Fresh Spring Air In Minneapolis

Posted on March 5, 2013Rick Welter

Flowers & Fresh Spring Air in MinneapolisThere’s nothing like sub-zero temperatures to add to the stir crazy end of winter doldrums. Not only is this because you’re most likely moving around less, it’s a sure bet that the air inside your home is moving around less, too. So, we’ve got the perfect prescription to get some fresh air into your lungs and a new outlook as we move toward spring — consider a Minneapolis whole-house air cleaner for inside and check out some fun family events to take you outside:

  1. The Raptor Center, University of Minnesota — Visit the world renown program that specializes in the medical care, rehabilitation, and conservation of eagles, hawks, owls, and falcons.  There’s nothing more uplifting than seeing the beauty of our incredible wildlife up close. The Raptor Center is open year round — adults $7.50, children and seniors $5.00.
  2. “To The Arctic 3D”  — The Minnesota Zoo has done it again. Bundle up the family to go see the stunning film, “To The Arctic 3D”. This magnificent movie chronicles the life of a mother polar bear and her two 7-month-old cubs as they navigate the Arctic wilderness. The Minnesota Zoo in Apple Valley has an ever-changing selection of wonderful, family-friendly movies for film getaways any time of the year!
  3. “The Biggest Little House In The Forest” — There’s no better way to boost your February spirits than by enjoying another great production at the Children’s Theatre at 2400 Third Ave. South, in Minneapolis. Check out “The Biggest Little House In The Forest,” a charming puppet-told story that will delight both you and your kids.
  4. Fur-Ever Home Of Wolves, Woods and Wildlife— Every weekend you can visit this captivating working agricultural farm and learn more about the North American wildlife we share Minnesota with.  Come face-to-face with a cougar and have fun with a fisher.  Open Fridays 4-8, Saturdays 12-8, Sundays 12-6.

Yes, there is clean fresh air to be found, even in the beginning of March! Turn on that Minneapolis whole-house air cleaner and head out with the family for some fun.  When you return you’ll find the air is as clean inside as out!

For more healthy heating tips, check out our blog post, Do You Know The Four Common Causes Of Furnace Failure?  Take Our Quiz.

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