Celebrating 7 Years with Two Scoops

Oct 20
As if it being friYAY wasn't good enough, Two Scoops in downtown Anoka is celebrating 7 years of service. A lifelong dream, Two Scoops was opened in the fall of 2010 by founders Rick and Cherie Ritter. With 107 flavors of icecream total being switched in and out constantly, you are bound to find your favorite! My two favorites are the Munchie Madness and Snap-O-Lantern. YUM! Where Can You Find Them? Two Scoops is located in downtown

Peterson Shoes in Anoka Minnesota

Oct 17
Good shoes take you good places and a good place to get those shoes, is Peterson Shoes in downtown Anoka. Where To Find Located right on Main Street in Anoka, between 2nd and 3rd Avenue on the north side of the street. Peterson Shoes is a family-owned shoe store carrying quality footwear since 1861. What a long stretch of service to the community. It takes a lot to keep a family owned business up and

Fire Prevention Week & 160 years with Anoka Champlin Fire

Oct 16
National Fire Prevention Week 2017 started Sunday October 8th and went until Saturday October 14th. The NFPA (National Fire Prevention Association) is sharing all sorts of helpful tips. First, they suggest drawing a map of your home with all members of your family, marking two exits from each room and a path to the outside from each exit. Next, practice your home fire drill at least twice a year. PLan to conduct one at night

201 Tavern Beer Garden & Grill

Oct 09
The 201 Tavern is fairly new to Anoka, but it made its way to the top of my list very quickly. This restaurant is one of my family’s favorite places to eat and we hang out at the 201 at least 2 times a month. With being a perfect biking distance from our home, and a safe place outside the restaurant to lock our bikes, this is the perfect family outing. With many events a

Haunted Walking Tour- Emerald Isle

Oct 05
Anoka County Historical Society Since 1934, ACHS has beed dedicated to preserving and sharing the history of Anoka County. Located on 3rd Ave, a block north of Main street in downtown Anoka, they are excelling. This non-profit organization brings the stories of Anoka County's past, back to life and a perfect example of this is The Ghost of Anoka Walking Tour. Do you have an interest in spooky stories about real ghost encounters? Have you heard