Soak up the Last of Summer
Labor Day is fast approaching which means that back-to-school madness is right around the corner. Before you start thinking about school supplies, bus schedules and back-to-school shopping, take some time to enjoy these last few weeks of summer. Check out our list of last minute, family-friendly things to do in Burnsville!
Diners, Drive ins, & Dives (and Roger & Jane!)
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Get Into the SPRING of Things
Spring has sprung! Wanna get fresh? Then get outside and enjoy all this amazing season has to offer. From walking and biking to playgrounds and community events, Burnsville has endless opportunities to get out and savor the sunshine! Burnsville Recreation Supervisor and resident expert on fun in the sun, Kelly Hansen, shares her insights on all things outside.
2014: A Year In Review
Phew! It was very busy year here at the Burnsville Convention & Visitors Bureau (BCVB). Showing off all that our fair city of Burnsville has to offer keeps us darn busy. If you’re not familiar with who we are or what we do at the BCVB, read on. You’ll learn about some the ways that we support the City and promote its appeal to potential travelers and visitors.
BLACK is Back!
Most people have strong feelings on the craziest shopping day of the year – the ominously-titled, Black Friday. It’s almost always a love or hate thing. If you stand on the side of the lovers, make this the year that you make Burnsville and the surrounding area your holiday shopping haven. Read on to find out more about everything from quaint little shops to a luxury brand oasis.
May Chat with Mayor Elizabeth Kautz
There are few people that know and love our fair City as much as our Mayor Elizabeth Kautz. Her strong affinity for the City makes her the perfect person to offer insight into what makes Burnsville a great tourist destination. Read on to learn more about how the City and the Burnsville Convention & Visitors Bureau are enticing visitors to Experience Burnsville.