Roses, chocolate, candlelit dinner. For the people who gagged at one or more of those things, there is hope for this February 14. Continue reading “Top Valentine’s Day Events in Des Moines for Singles or Couples”
Did you know you can find one of the best wine festivals in the Midwest right in your backyard? For the past 15 years, Winefest has been celebrating the wine and culinary industry with their festival that has now expanded to a weeklong event in June, as well as events such as Wine Flights and dinners year round. If you’re looking for something to do in Des Moines this summer, make sure to check it out! Continue reading “The Kick-off To Summer in Des Moines Tastes Good!”
Des Moines is full of things to do, from the Bacon Festival to the thriving art scene, it seems like there is never a dull moment in this city. But, where do Des Moines natives go when they want to wind down? Check out some of these local coffee shops next time you need some time to decompress and get some work done. Continue reading “Five Local Coffee Shops in Des Moines that you should try”
A new project is taking shape on Ingersoll and Grand in Des Moines. Formerly a busy, high speed road, Ingersoll is now part of the “The Avenues”, with a bike, slower traffic, and a trendy crowd.
Moving from the Land of 10,000 Lakes to Des Moines, I was skeptical that I would find the lakes, parks, and trails I was used to filling my weekends with. However, it didn’t long for me to find some unexpected gems in and around Des Moines to get outside and get active.
Check out a few of the outdoor spots that turned this Minnesota lake lover into a huge fan of Des Moines. Continue reading “3 Places to Get Outside and Active Around Des Moines”