Following are the activities of the Little Falls Area Chamber of Commerce
for the week of October 15-19.
Friday, October 19
Friday Morning Coffee
7:30 - 9:00 am
CHI St. Gabriel's Health Cafeteria
815 2 St SE, Little Falls
sponsored by: CHI Health at Home
CHI St. Gabriel's Health at Home and hospice services allow individuals to live life on their own terms. Services are provided to patients in the comfort of their own homes, whether you live in your own home or an assisted living or care facility.
Lunchtime on Location (LOL)
Wednesday, October 24
Morrison County Historical Society Charles A. Weyerhaeuser Memorial Museum
2151 S. Lindbergh Dr., Little Falls
sponsored by: Morrison County Historical Society Charles A. Weyerhaeuser Memorial Museum
Morrison County Historical Society is a nonprofit organizations devoted to preserving and sharing Morrison County's history. It owns and operates The Charles A Weyerhaeuser Memorial Museum in Little Falls, MN. The museum sits at the confluence of the Mississippi River and Pike Creek and features exhibits and research materials related to county history.
Business Trick or Treating
Wednesday, October 31
3:30 - 5:00 pm
There is no participation fee and no fee to be listed in the ad that will be in the October 28 Morrison County Record. We just ask that you provide your own treats for the kids. Please plan for approximately 1,000 children. If you would like to be included you can click here and register or respond to this email and we will get your registered. Register your organization by Monday, October 22.
Meeting Room Rental
The Cass Gilbert Depot (where the Chamber of Commerce office is located) has a meeting space that can be used for community meetings, parties and more. The turn of the century architectural design of this space is the perfect setting for your holiday party, staff retreat, family gathering, community meeting or more. This space can accommodate up to 50 guests. With the holiday season approaching this meeting space is booking fast. If you would like to reserve the space call the Chamber (320) 632-5155. Rental fees do apply.