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Do you have cabin fever too?  We've been hunkering down for way too long in Minnesota and are in need of a day outdoors with some fresh air!  If you've been on the hunt for something fun to do, well bust out your snow pants because starting February 19th there is an ice sculpture hunt happening about an hour from Owatonna.

For 10 days, starting on February 19th, there will be 25 or more ice sculptures hidden all over the Twin Cities area and you are invited to go on a hunt to find them all.  The entire event is called "The Ice Sculpture Exploration" and one of the secret spots will be at the North entrance of the Mall of America.  If you've been looking for the perfect Instagrammable moment, the ice sculptures will be perfect for selfies or photos with your family.  The entire experience truly is about getting out and enjoying areas of our state together while still needing to be apart due to the pandemic.

Tickets are $19 and that includes the map, discounts, and some freebies at different locations too.  Go have fun exploring Minnesota!  If you are ready for the adventure, just hop on over to their website to get all the details and your tickets. 

 

Do you know of another fun adventure or event that is happening in our state?  Let me know over on our app (just hit chat) or send me a message to my Facebook page (Jessica On The Radio) or DM me on Instagram.

Thankfully, we are almost out of the deep freeze but we aren't out of the frozen zone yet.  Keep reading because below are 13 things that you should NEVER do when it is below zero.

13 Things Minnesotans Should NOT Do When It is Below Zero