Celebrate the spring by enjoying a wide range of activities in the Brainerd and Baxter areas. Looking to get outdoors? The Northland Arboretum is offering a guided night hike under a full moon. You may also be interested in the Maple Syrup Farm tour that ends with fresh pancakes and syrup samples! If arts and culture are more your thing, make sure to take in the latest exhibition at the Crossing Arts Alliance – Light, Color, And the Northern Landscape. This exhibit showcases the defined skill and beauty of Steven Weagel’s handblown glass pieces and metalwork. We have some performing arts options as well. “Talking With” is a collection of women from all walks of life, each with a fascinating life story. The play will be available for home viewing March 25-28. The Heartland Symphony Orchestra will be hosting their Spring Concert (virtually) this year and will be featuring past Heartland Symphony Orchestra Composer Competition and Youth Concerto Competition Winners. If ‘hands on’ is more your style, the Frugal Farmhouse has that covered! Pick one project from three different creations to paint. All projects embrace spring, as you may also choose a plant to go with your custom creation.
Please check with local businesses and attractions individually for the latest COVID-19 related policy updates and hours of operation before you venture out.