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Out & About: American Swedish Institute

Dec 13th - 12:15 pm

The Turnblad Mansion, completed in 1908, is truly a sight to behold. Its “French Chateauesque” style, wood-carved trim, 11 tile stoves, and 33 rooms make this a must-see. Now imagine this cultural gem decked out over the top for the holidays! After a guided one-hour tour of the mansion, there will be time to wander through the Nelson Cultural Center (added in 2012) or stop for a treat in the café, Fika, or take a look in the museum store before we head back across the river.

 

Tuesday, December 13

12:15 PM–4:00 PM at the American Swedish Institute, 2600 Park Avenue, Minneapolis

12:15 PM from the Lyngblomsten campus, Community Room (lower level)

12:30 PM from Applewood Pointe of Roseville (1480 Applewood Court W. Roseville)

Return time: Approximately 4 PM

 

FEE: $8; for the tour to be paid by December 5. $7 for transportation; please pay day of the event.

Registration required by December 5.

Register:  651.632.5330 or 2ndhalf@lyngblomsten.org, OR mail in a registration form.

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