What’s going on in Albert Lea this summer?

Every year we look forward to the events Albert Leans put on for the community. People tend to think it is the city or chamber that puts all of the work into the events. It’s simply not true, they may be major supporters in the event happening. They are also …

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The Minnesota Children’s Museum is Now Open!

*We were given a membership to the Minnesota Children’s Museum to help us facilitate our review. All thoughts and opinions are based on our experience. They are honesty and 100% ours. It has been as exciting and suspenseful as the reopening of the Willy Wonka Factory. The Grand Reopening of the …

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Albert Lea is an Artist Friendly Community

Albert Lea is a artist friendly community and has a rich art history. Act on Broadway has had plays, operas, orchestras and other wonderful performances. We have potter’s whose pieces are beautiful, original and unique. While others celebrate through croqueting, knitting, painting or other various ways to create. Not only …

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Creative Kids Club at Kelly Gau Art Studio

*We received a creating session at the Kelly Gau Studio to help us facilitate our review. All thoughts and opinions are based on our experience and are honest and 100% ours. Kelly Gau is one of the best gifts God has given to the world. Her compassion, patience and gift …

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Chatham Stables LLC is Now Under New Management and is Ready for Boarders

My friend Emily Clark is the new owner of Chatham Stables LLC. I met her when I lived and worked at Camp Redcloud in Lake City, Colorado. Her easy going, bubbly and hard working personality made her a friend to everyone at the barn. Her compassion and riding skills made her …

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Super Awesome Adventures at the Minnesota Children’s Museum

*We were given a membership to the Minnesota Children’s Museum to help us facilitate our review. All thoughts and opinions are based on our experience and are 100% honest and our own. I adore the Minnesota Children’s Museum mission to inspire parents, educators and anyone involved with children to value …

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Understanding social media as a parent

Facebook and Myspace came out about the time I was in high school. I remember talking about it with my friends ands setting up our accounts together. It was awesome because it was a place away from our parents eyes. We could talk to one another, look up whatever information …

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When kids need to play

There is a pattern I am noticing in my kids lately. I see it the most in Madeline which makes sense, because she is three years older than the twins. She is between Love of Learning and Scholar, with occasional hours and days practicing scholar phase. I am thankful for Oliver and …

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