St Paul

In the beginning of all things, God created the lights in the sky not only to give light to the earth but also “to mark seasons and days and years. “ (Genesis 1: 14-15) Much later he used a special light in the night sky to mark a special season, a special event that would impact the entire world. The men who saw it were wise indeed and set out to find its source.

"There is no such thing as bad weather, just poor clothing choices," or so the Scandinavian saying goes. So enjoy the outdoors wherever you live-- sledding, skiing, ice hockey, hiking, snow sculpting or building. If you are hankering for something bigger and colder and tastier and most likely more than a few hours' drive away, then you might want to check out one of the state's winter festivals such as the St.

The St Paul Winter Carnival hosts a variety of events from parades to ice sculptures to royal court, there's a lot to see. There are many events for the month long celebration, beginning in December and continuing into January.