***********Edit June 9, 2022***********

The Owatonna Dairy Queen has removed the online event scheduled for Mid-June, the re-opening of this location is still unknown.

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It looks like Owatonna's Dairy Queen will be opening back up soon. While we still haven't gotten an actual reply from the ownership group behind the currently closed Owatonna Dairy Queen, Fourteen Foods, a Facebook event was recently created that has been identified as a 'community building event' complete with FREE small blizzards, cake samples, and cake decorating classes.

The event invitation for the Dairy Queen Community Event in Owatonna has the store being open to the public from 5-7pm, June 22nd, with the focus of the event being listed as an invitation to "community members to join us at our Owatonna location for a fun evening including kid’s stations, live cake decorating tutorial, cake samples and, a FREE small Blizzard® Treat. This event is an opportunity to learn more about Fourteen Foods, Dairy Queen®, and our hope to build lasting relationships in your community!"

Image Credit: Paul Shea/TSM Screenshot
Image Credit: Paul Shea/TSM Screenshot
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Currently, it appears that the Owatonna location is hiring staff in an effort to reopen that location after closing on February 1st after a video of staff surfaced on social media throwing a customers order on the ground outside of the restaurant, and that customer then falling on the sidewalk, with the staff laughing at the fallen woman.

Recent calls to the Owatonna Dairy Queen won't go through or ring, the restaurant is still listed online as being temporarily closed.

Image Credit: Paul Shea/TSM
Image Credit: Paul Shea/TSM
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The ownership group, Fourteen Foods, purchased the Dairy Queen in December of 2018 from Karen & Steve Thiessen.

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