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Twin Cities’ Holiday Traditions

Minneapolis Holiday Event: HolidazzleEven though it’s cold and your Minneapolis home furnace may be working overtime, there are still a lot of great things to do around the Twin Cities this holiday season. Here are just a few holiday traditions we selected to keep you reveling in warmth and good cheer through the end of 2011.

Holiday Happenings

Holidazzle – No Twin Cities holiday would be complete without a trip to the Annual Holidazzle Christmas Parade. Take advantage of the many merchants and heated skyways along Nicollet Mall. You can view the parade from the skyways, but the good viewing spots fill up fast, so arrive early. Check out their website for the parade schedule.

Minnesota weather can be unpredictable in December and performances are sometimes canceled due to extreme cold, so watch the local television news for unexpected cancellations.

Holiday Lights – If you’re a lover of festive outdoor décor, then the Holiday Lights in the Park is a sure bet. Embrace the holiday spirit this season, and drive along a trail featuring more than 50 large-scale light displays and moving sculptures. The event, open daily through December, will benefit a handful of local charities, including Second Harvest Heartland, Union Gospel Mission, Saint Paul Parks Conservancy and UnderConstruction.

A Christmas Carol – Round out the holiday with Dickens’ classic, A Christmas Carol, performed at the Guthrie Theatre and running through December 30th. Last season (2010), the Guthrie featured a fresh interpretation on Scrooge’s ghost story with a new adaptation by British playwright Crispin Whittell, an impressive set and costumes, beautiful music and fantastical aerial effects. Don’t miss your chance to share this holiday favorite with your whole family.

Happy Holidays from Ours to Yours

Whether you’re embarking on creating your own holiday tradition or continuing one worn soft through the generations, one of the best things about the Twin Cities is its ability to welcome the old with the new.

If you need service on your heating or air conditioning system, call Welter Heating and Air Conditioning 612-825-6867 for service or installation. During the winter months, our team is on call 24-hours a day for emergency service.

Sign up for regular “Welter My Shelter” heating and air conditioning tips.

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  1. Holidays are always fun to spend where those that take care of you manage to actually keep you comfortable in a lovely 72 degree environment. Otherwise it is too warm or too cold.

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Twin Cities’ Holiday Traditions

Minneapolis Holiday Event: HolidazzleEven though it’s cold and your Minneapolis home furnace may be working overtime, there are still a lot of great things to do around the Twin Cities this holiday season. Here are just a few holiday traditions we selected to keep you reveling in warmth and good cheer through the end of 2011.

Holiday Happenings

Holidazzle – No Twin Cities holiday would be complete without a trip to the Annual Holidazzle Christmas Parade. Take advantage of the many merchants and heated skyways along Nicollet Mall. You can view the parade from the skyways, but the good viewing spots fill up fast, so arrive early. Check out their website for the parade schedule.

Minnesota weather can be unpredictable in December and performances are sometimes canceled due to extreme cold, so watch the local television news for unexpected cancellations.

Holiday Lights – If you’re a lover of festive outdoor décor, then the Holiday Lights in the Park is a sure bet. Embrace the holiday spirit this season, and drive along a trail featuring more than 50 large-scale light displays and moving sculptures. The event, open daily through December, will benefit a handful of local charities, including Second Harvest Heartland, Union Gospel Mission, Saint Paul Parks Conservancy and UnderConstruction.

A Christmas Carol – Round out the holiday with Dickens’ classic, A Christmas Carol, performed at the Guthrie Theatre and running through December 30th. Last season (2010), the Guthrie featured a fresh interpretation on Scrooge’s ghost story with a new adaptation by British playwright Crispin Whittell, an impressive set and costumes, beautiful music and fantastical aerial effects. Don’t miss your chance to share this holiday favorite with your whole family.

Happy Holidays from Ours to Yours

Whether you’re embarking on creating your own holiday tradition or continuing one worn soft through the generations, one of the best things about the Twin Cities is its ability to welcome the old with the new.

If you need service on your heating or air conditioning system, call Welter Heating and Air Conditioning 612-825-6867 for service or installation. During the winter months, our team is on call 24-hours a day for emergency service.

Sign up for regular “Welter My Shelter” heating and air conditioning tips.

One comment on “Twin Cities’ Holiday Traditions
  1. Holidays are always fun to spend where those that take care of you manage to actually keep you comfortable in a lovely 72 degree environment. Otherwise it is too warm or too cold.

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