Attractions and cool weather effects

Have you ever notice that October is one of the coolest months in the year? People may be thinking why, but they can easily tend around and realize that their kids and children have adopted to their new environment of schooling, limiting the number of visits to the doctors and geared up with all sorts of treats and tricks ideas to enjoy settling down just like the weather. The best things about October can be experience from nature just turning into different colors and attracting our creativity within each and everyone of us to contribute to different festivities. Either by buying of selling products, its always a wonderful time to appreciate nature and draw from its tremendous powers. When these thoughts are projected on whatever form of arts, they can be visualize at different angles by the observers to disproof certain flows, thus challenging the mind to determine what factors may had contributed to those results during the process of production.

Acrylic painting using rectangle red mate as border frame.

Acrylic painting using rectangle red mate as border frame.

The calmness and coolness keeps the mind of artists to an imaginary flow of thoughts leaving them to portray their creativity on what ever media you may thing of. These works can be found on prints on ceramics, labels, paintings, outfits, museums, infrastructures and much more. If you are a music lover and live nearby metropolitan cities, you can always catch symphonies’ series played in orchestra chambers, dramas performed in local playhouses etc. There are always night live themes for you and your family or hangout friends, to enjoy.

MINNESOTA

Map of Minnesota, USA

Map of Minnesota, USA

Minnesota is located in the North Central (or Midwest Region) of the United States of America – a part of North America – Minnesota is bordered by the states of North Dakota, South Dakota, Iowa and Wisconsin, the Canadian provinces of Manitoba and Ontario, and by Lake Superior.

Capital City: Saint Paul
Location: 44º 57′ N, 93º 06′ W

Largest City: Minneapolis
Location: 44º 59′ N, 93º 16′ W

Minnesota geographical area and extent:
The total area of Minnesota is 84,402 sq mi (218,601 sq km), of which land accounts for 79,548 sq mi (206,029 sq km) and inland water 4,854 sq mi (12,572 sq km). Minnesota extends 406 mi (653 km) N-S; its extreme E-W extension is 358 mi (576 km).

Minnesota is bordered on the N by the Canadian provinces of Manitoba and Ontario (with the line passing through the Lake of the Woods, Rainy River, Rainy Lake, a succession of smaller lakes, the Pigeon River, and Lake Superior); on the E by Michigan and Wisconsin (with the line passing through Lake Superior and the St. Croix and Mississippi rivers); on the S by Iowa; and on the W by South Dakota and North Dakota (with the line passing through Big Stone Lake, Lake Traverse, the Bois de Sioux River, and the Red River of the North).

The length of Minnesota’s boundaries totals 1,783 mi (2,870 km). The state’s geographic center is in Crow Wing County, 10 mi (16 km) SW of Brainerd.

Minnesota – Mill City Museum located downtown Minneapolis

This touristic site has a bridge connecting the East and West frontage roads from Mill city to West Island Rd. where cafés, gift shops and night live entertainment are located. The area is full with guests, students and tourists throughout the week, especially during weekends.

The Guthrie theater is located on the same street as the City Mill with a packing ramp on the opposite side of the street, two bocks from S. Washington Ave. 

MN Downtown - City Mill Museum
What a magnificent look of the Mill City Museum from W. Island Rd. over the Mississippi river! Great attraction for children, family and tourists. The Stone Arch Bridge is a landmark span for pedestrians, cyclists and two-wheelers stand-up electric scooters. Restaurants, cafés and boutiqués or gift shops are located in the building and close nearby streets. 

During Summer and Fall, there is an open farmer’s market on this district during the weekend, attracting celebrities, entertainers, and popular crowd to shop fresh produce.

If you are lucky, you can catch some of them just leaving performances and comic theaters dropping by to pick up fresh flowers, mints and fruits for the week. The popular woven craft men and women bring in their tools and gargets to demonstrate their creativity and sell finish products to buyers.