Falling Leaves Sweepstakes

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Falling Leaves Sweepstakes 2017-08-16T11:59:56+00:00

Between 1,000 area lakes & cultural activities for every age range, your next trip up north will have everyone Falling in love with Grand Rapids. There are limitless combinations of outdoor activities like hiking, biking, and fishing to fulfill your outdoor experiences. The arts and culture options are packed with rich Minnesota history and make for the perfect night on the town.  Looking to bring the whole family? Sign up for your chance to win a one night stay with outdoor, fine arts, and educational adventures in Grand Rapids, Minnesota!

Here is the Scoop:

Enter for a chance to WIN the Falling Leaves Sweepstakes. You and your family will receive lodging at Timberlake Lodge Hotel. In addition to lodging, you will a Visa Card with $150, two free admissions to the Forest History Center & Judy Garland Museum, 1/2 day free pontoon rental, & two tickets to Reif Center Performances of your choice.  You will also receive a $50 gift certificate to the MacRostie Art Center, $50 gift certificate to the Edge of Wilderness Discovery Center, and $100 Holiday Gas Card.  With these activities, your family will make Grand Rapids memories this fall. Sign up to win today!

Make Falling Leaves Sweepstakes Grand Prize:

  • Timberlake Lodge Hotel – 1 night lodging ($160 value)
  • Woodland Bank – $150 Visa Card
  • MacRostie Art Center – $50 gift certificate
  • Forest History Center – Admission for 2 ($20)
  • Judy Garland Museum – Admission for 2 ($18)
  • Loon Point Resort – Pontoon Rental for 1/2 day – ($75 value)
  • Reif Center Tickets – of their choice ($90 value)
  • Edge of Wilderness Discovery Center ($50 gift certificate)
  • $100 Holiday Gas Card – Visit Grand Rapids

Total Prize Value: $715

Congratulations to Amy F. from St. Louis Park, Minnesota.

 
 

Sponsors:


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Judy Garland Museum

Edge Of the Wilderness Discovery Center

MacRostie Art Center

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Loon Point Resort

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