The Spring Parade of Homes has come and gone. We hope you had a chance to tour our beautiful new custom homes in and around the Twin Cities. If not be sure to come see us this fall.
There aren’t a whole lot of events scheduled this month, but that’s ok because with the weather finally warming up you’ll probably want to spend it outdoors. Backyard grilling and cabin season is about to begin so now is a great time to do a little yard work in preparation. When you’re finished tidying up around the house or the cabin be sure to check out some of the events in the Twin Cities this April.
Sistine Chapel Exhibition at the MOA
Where: Mall of America
2131 Lindau Lane
Mall of America brings the internationally acclaimed Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel Exhibition, an immersive presentation of museum-quality, near life-size reproductions of the iconic master’s frescoes that adorn the Sistine Chapel in Rome. It will be located on level two of the North Atrium. Although this is a ticketed and timed event, all tickets will be honored as space allows. The spacious exhibit is located in the North Atrium conveniently steps away from parking and vehicle drop-off areas. COVID safety protocols mandated by the State of MN, CDC, and employed by MOA are equally enforced within the exhibit space. Last ticketed entry is one hour before MOA closes.
St Paul Farmers Market – Outdoor Market
When: Saturdays | 9am – 1pm
Where: 290 5th Street E
St. Paul, MN
The Market will be held outdoors as it has been all winter season during the pandemic and will feature approximately 15-20 local growers and food producers. Offerings will range from healthful honey and honey-based skincare and wellness products, to humanely raised meats, mushrooms, cheese, baked goods, chocolate, locally roasted coffee, root veggies, salsa, microgreens and more.
At our Downtown Market, in St Paul, shoppers will find locally grown, fresh produce, squash, root veggies, mushrooms, humanely raised meats, eggs, cheese, chocolates, honey and honey-based skincare products, jams, jellies, baked goods, sweets, desserts, granola, frozen peirogis and strudel, fermented foods, kombucha, bottled juices, syrups, sauces, salsas, spices, hot foods to go, pet treats and other specialty products from independent and local, small-batch food makers.
Minnesota Transportation Museum
When: Wednesdays – Saturdays
Where: Jackson Street Roadhouse
193 Pennsylvania Avenue
St Paul, MN
The museum will reopen with a fanfare. Special events such as a reenactment of James J. Hill with stories of railroad lore and history. There will be caboose rides, hot dogs, and a “roundhouse sale” with tons of railway artwork and books for sale. While closed, the museum was refreshed with new exhibits and a bright new look for our vintage roundhouse. Caboose rides are offered on Saturdays. Come visit for an amazing experience!