Eagle Bluff’s Newest Addition!

Eagle Bluff’s Newest Addition!If you’ve been to downtown Lanesboro lately you may have notice a new addition!

Summer at Eagle Bluff
Hello Ray,

If you’ve been to downtown Lanesboro lately you may have notice…

Eagle Bluff opened up shop on Parkway Ave – right next to Pedal Pushers! We have named this new venture the “Eagle Bluff Oupost” and our goal is to be Your Outdoor Connection!

Of course you can stop in to learn more and sign up for Eagle Bluff programs, like Summer High Ropes, Becoming an Outdoor Family, and the Skills School! You can also learn about programs that Eagle Bluff is partnering on, like the July 25th FREE Root River Field Day with the Friends of the Root River. Finally, we can connect you to other outdoor adventures in the Lanesboro and SEMN region like where to rent bikes, explore caves, and find great fishing spots.

Please stop by and visit us at the Outpost! We plan to be open Mondays, Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays through the end of August. Our hours may change during the fall season. Hope to see you there!

Stephanie Davidson,
Public Programs Coordinator

High ropes at Eagle Bluff
“Summer High Ropes”
Tuesdays & Saturdays
June, July, August
Register Here!
Becoming an Outdoor Family at Eagle Bluff
“Becoming an Outdoor Family”
August 8-9
Recommended for ages 6 and up
Register Here!
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WPR Chapter A Day CITY OF THIEVES read by Karl Schmidt


Karl Schmidt reads from “City of Thieves” by David Benioff. An extraordinary story about friendship in the harsh world of Leningrad during the German siege of WWII.

Goodhue Co Historical Soc. History Break: “Jesse James in Minnesota” and Bluffs & Brews

July Programs:

July 15th–History Break: “Jesse James in Minnesota”
featuring Hayes Scriven. 12-1 PM Free of charge.
July 18th–Bluffs & Brews: Paddle the Vermillion River
$5 ticket price. 3:30-6:30 PM Contact the Historical Society for info.

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July 15th & 18th Programs

July 15th, 12-1 PM–History Break: “Jesse James in Minnesota”
featuring Northfield Historical Society Director Hayes Scriven

Many Minnesotans know of the Jesse James showdown in Northfield, but few have heard the story from the perspective of the Northfield community. Historical Society Director Hayes Scriven presents original historical research on this much-discussed topic, focusing on the brave Minnesotans from Northfield that stood up to Jesse James and his outlaw gang.

The “History Break” lunchtime program series takes place on the third Wednesday of every month, and features a variety of historical topics. Instead of a regular lunch break, take a history break and learn more about your county, state, and nation.
July 18th, 3:30 PM-6:30 PM–Bluffs & Brews: Paddle the Vermillion River

This month’s Bluffs & Brews program takes participants on a canoe paddling trip down the Vermillion River. Guides will describe the river’s history, explain the modern significance the river has to Goodhue County, and point out flora and fauna along the way. After the trip, the group will celebrate a successful adventure and head to the Staghead Gastropub, where guests enjoy a classic dining experience with a modern flavor.

Tickets are $5 and include canoe and equipment rental and entry to win door prizes courtesy of Vasque Footwear. Food and beverages are not included in the ticket price. Pre-registration is required, and space is very limited. Tickets can be purchased by contacting the Goodhue County Historical Society.

Goodhue County Historical Society

Hours of Operation:
Tues-Sat: 9 AM–5 PM
Sunday: 1 PM–5 PM


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Loon with Pearled Water Drops

Loon by Brian Plath in Minnesota Photography Club
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