Hear the latest news about Minneapolis Northwest Tourism and its partners.
Whether we’re hosting an on-air personality in an afternoon of snowtubing and ice skating, highlighting signature food and drink items from our upcoming meeting planner events and helping to spread the news about the can’t miss Chalkfest event of the year, our MNW team is dedicated to sharing the latest news from Minneapolis Northwest. Check out the highlights below!
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The free, family-friendly event celebrates Nigerias Igbo culture.Read More
When you combine Brooklyn Park and Brooklyn Center, you have one of the largest African populations in the state. “It’s such a great benefit for us to have such a diverse area,” said…Read More
In case you missed it, AdFed officially posted its 32 Under 32 list a few weeks ago. This is a great event that has taken on a life of its own the last few years. Seemingly everyone in town…Read More
The Shoppes at Arbor Lakes in Maple Grove is home to a new store, Leela & Lavender. This one-stop style shop carries clothing, shoes, accessories, home items, gifts, and, more. Leela &…Read More
MINNEAPOLIS – A new turf field facility is set to open in August in Maple Grove in the Minneapolis Northwest Tourism area (Brooklyn Center, Brooklyn Park and Maple Grove), about 20 minutes…Read More
You don’t need to go far this summer to experience outdoor fun. Just head over to Minneapolis Northwest. Summer in the Midwest often includes heading to a cabin for some outdoor fun.…Read More
What do you do on staycation? A lot of people don’t plan, so the answer is, nothing much. That’s a mistake, according to experts. “You have to think outside the box,” says Aditi Shekar, the…Read More
Each spring Singletracks takes a look at which mountain bike trails are the most popular in each US State and Canadian Province, and it’s always fun to see what changes… and what doesn’t.…Read More
LOCAL TOURISM GROUP SHOWS OFF NW METRO A local tourism group spent Wednesday showcasing what the northwest suburbs have to offer. Minneapolis Northwest invited event planners from all…Read More
Look, I get it. We aren’t supposed to like Minnesota. The Gophers are the worst, the Vikings are terrible, they have fewer lakes than Wisconsin and the northern part of the state is basically…Read More
I sped down the wooded and rocky hill, wind in my face, maneuvering my mountain bike through an exhilarating series of high-banked curves aptly called the Bobsled Trail. At the bottom, my…Read More