A visitor to Lanesboro,Scott from White Bear Lake, took this beautiful picture of the tulips right outside our front door last weekend. Thank you Scott!
As Lanesboro continues to awaken, the Commonweal Theatre Company will be hosting the 15th Annual Ibsen Festival on April 13 – 15. This year, Pillars of Society, has been chosen as the Ibsen production. A complete listing of the weekend’s events can be found at www.ibsenfest.org.
In addition to the Ibsen Fest activities in Lanesboro, Bluffscape Amish Tours will be offering tours. The tours will depart on Friday and Saturday at 10:00 or 1:30. The tours depart from the Lanesboro Feed Mill. To schedule a tour, please call 507.467.3070.
To add a little relaxation to your weekend, the Lanesboro Day Spa has appointments available on Friday afternoon and Saturday.
TheFEED MILL complex in Lanesboro is undergoing exciting new changes. With Mom’s (Cheryl’s) retirement from Cheryl’s Apparel in November 2011, we move forward undertaking new endeavors. Our first construction project (or should I say Rick2first construction project) is the building of the new front desk area for Stone Mill Hotel & Suites among other businesses (more on that in later posts).
"I'm having so much fun"
For those of you whom haven’t been introduced Rick2 includes the team of my Dad and Rick Sjarpe our very skilled maintenance and handyman that has been part of our family for 9 years. In the photos you are seeing that our “Check In” Area will now be located in the “Red Mill” building to the east of the Stone Mill limestone building. I look forward to providing posts on the process of changes to our lovingly restored FEED MILL.
November is the start of the Quiet Season in Historic Lanesboro, MN. And while the town is starting to settle in for the winter, there is so much going on in our beautiful and scenic town in the heart of Bluff Country! Check out our most recent newsletter with details about local Wine Dinners, the Third Annual Lanesboro Holiday Inn Tour, and much much more!