An online festival is planned and will include Father Christmas and a llama-cam.
Self-guided Christmas tours are available starting Friday.
The announcement follows similar events planned in Duluth and at the State Fairgrounds.
Let's be honest, it's been a long year.
The coffee chain is giving away free reusable collectible holiday cups on Friday.
The Walker Art Center won't be holding the popular event in person due to COVID-19.
Event organizers say it'll be one of the only places where kids can get up close with Santa because he'll be in a bubble.
The holiday event is going online due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The major retailers are holding major sales this week.
Roadways made from hardwood will allow visitors to drive through the light experience
He did it in a tweet, which then went viral.
Unfortunately, it was a day late.
Maybe some light snow or mixed precipitation for some.
Most stores and services will be running as normal, though many will close early.
Christmas is only a week away!
The department is wishing local residents Merry Christmas in a different way this year.
Entrepreneur Jasmine Stringer won a contest promoted by CenturyLinkQuote.com.
Another cold start to the week but warmer days are ahead.
It has been hosted by Marcia Hales since 1998.
Leo Treadway hung up his suit in 2017.
Insert obligatory "Grinch Who Stole Christmas" pun.
The First stop is in Rochester and the last stop will be in Elbow Lake.
That's more than it hired last year.