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Anoka County (/ ə ˈ n oʊ k ə / ə-NOH-kə) is the fourth-most-populous county in the U.S. state of Minnesota.As of the 2010 census, the population was 339,534. The county seat and namesake of the county is the City of Anoka, which is derived from the Dakota word anokatanhan meaning "on (or from) both sides," referring to its location on the banks of the Rum River.
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Anoka, Minnesota - Wikipedia
Anoka (/ ə ˈ n oʊ k ə / ə-NOH-kə) is a city in Anoka County, Minnesota.The population was 17,142 at the 2010 census. It is the county seat.Anoka calls itself the "Halloween Capital of the World", because it hosted one of the first Halloween parades in 1920.It continues to celebrate the holiday each year with several parades. Anoka is a northern suburb of the Twin Cities.
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Are you wondering what to do this weekend? If you’re looking for places to go and fun things to do in Anoka and around the Anoka valley, we’ve always got plenty of suggestions!
Fun Things to Do This Weekend in Minnesota
Here’s a list to help free you from boredom without emptying your wallet this weekend.
1. Go to the Park
You can take your family or go with a friend. Swing on the swings like when you were a kid.
2. Watch the Sunset
Find a great spot in your community to catch the sunset. We have a lake by our house that offers some great views!
3. Pack a Picnic Lunch
Throw a picnic lunch together and find a shady spot to enjoy the day with your loved ones.
4. Play Board Games
Bring out the old favorites like Monopoly or Scrabble, or find new board games to play. (See also: Board Games That Make You Think)
5. Play Card Games
Invite a few friends over and have a card night.
6. Do a Road Rally With Friends
Get some friends together and go on a mobile scavenger hunt. The first one back with all things on the list wins! Losers have to buy dessert.
7. Go on a Digital Scavenger Hunt
Make it a digital scavenger hunt. Think of some creative, hilarious pictures you could take with people in the community, or check out this list for scavenger hunt ideas.
8. Throw a B.Y.O.E. Party
This stands of Bring Your Own Everything. Guests are encouraged to bring food and drinks to share. Or, check this post out for more frugal party ideas.
9. Have a Bonfire or Campfire in Your Backyard
Make s’mores and play campfire games.
10. Get Ice Cream
Hit up your local ice cream shop and indulge in your favorite dish! Our local Dairy Queen is located right on the lake, which ties in perfect with #2!
11. Make a Romantic Dinner
Plan a romantic, candlelight dinner for your spouse or loved one. Romance need not be expensive! (See also: Romance on a Dime)
12. Grill Something New
Try a new grilling recipe. Recently I tried chicken breast stuffed with cream cheese, mozzarella cheese, basil, and tomatoes! Mmmm!
13. Go to the Museum or Zoo
Many times a local museum will have free or discount days. Zoos are fairly inexpensive if you pack your own lunch and avoid the unnecessary extras.
14. Scan Your Old Photographs
Take the weekend to go through your old photos and scan them into a digital file. You can even create digital scrapbooks! (See also: Save Memories With Cloud Computing)
15. Pretend You’re a Tourist in Your Community
Most folks rarely visit their own city’s tourist attractions. Take a weekend be a tourist in your own town.
16. Organize a Neighborhood Cleanup
Get friends and neighbors together to go and clean up a city block. Here are six steps to organizing your own neighborhood cleanup.
17. Go to the Farmers Market
Communities will usually have farmers markets on the weekends where you can get locally grown produce. The food is fresh and delicious! Here’s a savvy guide to farmers markets.
18. Pick Strawberries or Other Fruit
Find a “U-Pick” spot to gather some fresh strawberries, blueberries, or other fruit and then…
19. Bake a Pie
Use the freshly picked fruit to bake a homemade pie! (Need help with the pie crust?)
20. Volunteer at a Soup Kitchen or Homeless Shelter
Organizations like these are always looking for volunteers. This will be one of the most rewarding things you could do this weekend and can possibly make a difference on your resume! (See also: Translating Volunteer Experiences to Workplace Credentials)
21. Invite Your Neighbors Over
With today’s busy pace, it seems harder to get to know our neighbors. Invite them over for dinner or dessert and make an effort to know more about them.
22. Go Fishing
Grab the poles, find a pond, and cast those lines!
24. Go to the Library
There are many benefits your local library has to offer besides just books. You can rent movies, page through magazines, or surf the net.
25. Host a Classic Movie Marathon
Invite friends over for a movie marathon featuring all the classics you remember from when you were growing up. Or, host a money movie marathon!
26. Rearrange the Furniture in Your House
My wife and I did this last weekend. I love the new look and feel of our living room now! Rearranging furniture doesn’t cost anything and adds a new flair to your place.
27. Write Out Your Bucket List and Pick One to Do
Brainstorm ideas for all the things you want to do in life, and pick one to do this weekend.
28. Put Together a Jigsaw Puzzle
When is the last time you put together a puzzle? Find one you like and get to it.
29. Volunteer to Babysit for Someone Who “Needs a Break”
I know many parents who would love for someone to offer a chance to take a break from the busyness of life. Many single parents hardly ever get a chance to get out and unwind.
30. Clean Out Your Closet and Donate to a Thrift Store
Go through your closets and declutter. Find items you can donate to your local Goodwill or another thrift shop.
31. Watch for Shooting Stars
Go on a star-gazing adventure. Grab a blanket and head to a park to lay and watch the stars. Here’s a meteor shower calendar to help.
32. Go on a Bike Ride
Bike to a location you’ve never been to before. Or, bring your bike to a town or city you’re unfamiliar with and create your own bike tour. Just be safe on your bike! (See also: Bicycle Safety in the City)
33. Take a Free Online Class
There are plenty of free online classes you could take to improve your skills in a certain area. Try your hand at investment classes if that interests you!
34. Write Out Your Life Plan
This one will take some thought but will be well worth it. Here’s a great resource from Michael Hyatt for helping you think through your life plan.
35. Set Three New Goals for Yourself
Related to the life plan is setting three new goals you’d like to accomplish in the new six to twelve months…and write them down!
36. Find a Community Play to Attend
Many local communities offer inexpensive theater productions.
37. Help Someone in Need
Lend a helping hand to a neighbor, co-worker, or friend.
38. Buy Food for the Homeless and Listen to Their Stories
It’s not always wise to give money to a homeless person, but you can buy food. Listen to their stories, and if possible, direct them to an organization that can help.
39. Go Bowling
Get some friends together and have a blast at the lanes!
40. Visit Garage Sales and Look for Deals
Take a friend or two, grab breakfast, and then hit the local garage sales to scan for deals.
41. Tour the Local Fire or Police Station and Thank Them for Their Service
A simple gesture can really mean a lot to the men and women who serve us on a daily basis!
42. Visit a Local Nursing Home and Engage With the Residents
Many elderly folks have great tales to tell. Listen to their stories and see what you can learn from them.
43. Plant a Garden
You can make a garden box or even an herb garden if you don’t have much room. (See also: Small Space Garden Ideas)
44. Go Dancing
Grab a few friends, put those dancing shoes on, and hit the local club.
45. Walk Through the Craft Store and Start an Art Project
Take your spouse or loved one to a craft store and each purchase a few crafts for a creative project. Or start a pine cone project!
46. Host a “Minute to Win It” Party
Invite a few friends over and challenge each other with some creative games based on the hit TV show.
47. Write a Letter to a Family Member You Haven’t Talked to in a While
When is the last time you sat down and wrote a letter? There’s something magical and nostalgic about the written word on paper. Send a letter to someone you haven’t talked to in a while and tell them how much you love them.
Hopefully these ideas are enough to get you started on a fun, cheap, and rewarding weekend!
What cheap, fun things are you planning to do this weekend?
Case in point, a member of our staff had the opportunity to have a free day with other people courtesy of a local Casio (something a lot of Pest Control Exterminators Treatment Service Anoka MN professionals don’t get to do) and they had a great time just talking to casino staff and enjoying the life of the other side. The group was a decent size and not one of them failed to thank them while sharing the day on social and I have no doubt it increased local interest significantly.
A live concert to me is exciting because of all the electricity that is generated in the crowd and on stage. It’s my favorite part of the business, live concerts. ~Elvis Presley
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There are a lot of times that we as business owners lose sight of why we started our business in the first place so I created this page as an easy resource for our staff when visiting clients in order to keep them grounded. After all, all work and no play makes for bad coffee.
Welcome to Anoka, Minnesota, a one-of-a-kind place that offers the ultimate in shopping, dining and cultural attractions, surrounded by natural beauty and outdoor spaces. Miles of nature trails, public parks and swim beaches are walking distance from downtown for a workout or unwinding.
Numerous spas, museums, art exhibitions are located in Minnesota. Minnesota is also your gateway to the entire Puget Sound Region. Within minutes you can explore Anoka’s culture and history, visit waterfront parks and galleries or tour a wine country, home to over 100 wineries and tasting rooms.
There are so many things to do in and around the Anoka area that it comes down to how much time you have and whether your desire for adventure tends toward the urban or the pursuit of nature. Whatever your passion, or to discover a new one that is uniquely Northwest, get out there!
Check the Anoka forecast before you head out
Tuesday 07/17 10%
Mainly clear. Lows overnight in the upper 50s.
Wednesday 07/18 10%
Sunny, along with a few afternoon clouds. High 84F. Winds light and variable.
Thursday 07/19 100%
Thunderstorms likely. High 71F. Winds SE at 10 to 20 mph. Chance of rain 100%.
Friday 07/20 50%
Chance of Rain
Overcast with rain showers at times. Thunder possible. High 77F. Winds NNW at 10 to 20 mph. Chance of rain 50%.
Saturday 07/21 10%
Partly cloudy skies. High 81F. Winds N at 10 to 20 mph.
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