Le Sueur County is located in both rich agricultural land and a diverse lake country, one of southern Minnesota’s true gems. Located about an hour south of the Twin Cities, it is now considered part of that metropolitan statistical area. But with its rolling hills, prime farmland and over 100 lakes, there’s more of a country, small-town atmosphere.
Lake Washington, the county’s largest, covers over 1,500 acres.
Population swells during the summer and fall months, as Le Sueur County sports great fishing, water recreation and thousands of campsites. Visitors flock to Le Sueur County from the Twin Cities, other regions of rural Minnesota, and throughout the U.S. to enjoy camping, boating, fishing and a variety of watersports. In the winter, many of the lakes boast great ice fishing and host clusters of ice houses, a great opportunity for relaxation and camaraderie.
Le Center, as its historic name boasts, is the county seat with a population of about 2,500. The historic Le Sueur County Courthouse’s architectural significance looms large in Le Center. Built in 1896 of brick and local Kasota stone, it is part of the Richardsonian Romanesque revival which dotted the Le Sueur County landscape during that period. Atop the courthouse tower is the Lady Justice figure. The Le Sueur County Board is comprised of five commissioners.
For more information, visit co-lesueur. mn.us.
Le Sueur County is the 38th largest of Minnesota’s 87 counties, with a population of 28,674, according to 2020 census estimates. The county’s 10 cities have distinct personalities and feature a number of celebrations, festivals and events throughout the year.
New Prague, the county’s northernmost city, is its largest, with a population of 8,248 (2021 est.), though only about 3,100 reside in Le Sueur County. The city is split between Le Sueur County to the south and Scott County to the north.
The city of Le Sueur is next largest with a population of 4,058 (2021 est.). Previously known as the historic home to the Minnesota Valley Canning Co., a precursor to the Green Giant Company, it remains a vibrant manufacturing hub in the county. Still, the community continues to honor its historic ties to the famous Jolly Green Giant and company during Le Sueur’s annual Giant Celebration, with a buttery corn feed and festive events. City officials are also well on their way to re-opening Main Street and rehabilitating the Valley Green Square Mall downtown.
Montgomery is the third largest city in the county, with a population of 3,100 (2021 est.). Its widely-celebrated Kolacky Days celebrates Montgomery’s Czechoslovakian heritage and culture. The celebration is named for the small, roll-like pastry filled with a variety of fruits or poppy seeds. Visitors can enjoy colorful Czech dancers and singing groups of all ages, as well as a host of other fun events.
Le Sueur County also maintains a strong agricultural economy. Estimates place the number of farms in the county at just over 1,000, totaling almost 250,000 acres. Major crops include corn and soybeans, while livestock production includes hogs, turkeys and chickens, beef and dairy cattle.
Le Sueur County farms provide more than $224 million in agricultural products, with an estimated 63 percent in crop commodities and 37 percent in livestock.
In 2019, Le Sueur County unveiled its largest facilities project in history with a
new Justice Center building, just off Hwy. 99 on Le Center’s southeast side. Another major infrastructure project got started in 2020, with the Hwy. 112 stretch of roadway between Le Center and Le Sueur being turned back by the Minnesota Department of Transportation. Construction on that project finished in 2021.
88 S Park Ave., Le Center 507-357-2251
Emergency Management: 507-357-8395
Environmental Services: 507-357-8538, 515 S Maple Ave, Le Center
Highway Department: 507-357-2251
Human Services: 507-357-8288
Justice Center: 435 East Derrynane St, Le Center
Le Sueur County SWCD: 507-419-0365, ext. 3; www.lesueurswcd.org
License Bureau: 507-357-2251, (Road tests appointments in Le Center, visit drive.mn.gov)
Public Health: 507-357-8246, 130 S Park Ave., Le Center
Sheriff’s Office: 507-357-4440, (non-emergency)
U of M Extension: 507-357-8230
Veterans Services: 507-357-8279
Le Sueur County Historical Society
P.O. Box 123
Le Center, MN
The mission of the Le Sueur County Historical Society is to collect and preserve the story of Le Sueur County, telling its story through historic sites, a research center, collections, exhibits and educational programming.
Le Sueur County Genealogy Center
Open spring, summer, fall, Thursday, Friday & Saturdays, 1-5 p.m.
Other days by appointment made in advance.
301 NE Second St., Elysian
W.W. Mayo House Methodist Church Building in Cleveland, MN houses many of the Le Sueur Museum artifacts.
118 N. Main St., Le Sueur
Le Sueur County County Fairgrounds
Log Cabin and District #75 Schoolhouse located here
Lake Area Historians – Elysian
Ottawa Historians – Ottawa (Oversee Ottawa Stone Church)
Geldner Saw Mill
46542 Beaver Dam Road, Cleveland
Listed on Natural Register of Historic Places
Lake Washington Regional Park and Campground
47102 Washington Park Road, Kasota
Ottawa Stone Church
39024 Whittier St., Ottawa
Shanaska Creek Bridge
Located within the Lake Washington Regional Park area
Le Sueur County is named after French explorer, Pierre Charles Le Sueur, who in 1700 was the first white man known to have ventured up what is now called the Minnesota River.
Le Sueur’s group was impressed with the high hills, prairies filled with buffalo herds, thick virgin forests, rippling waters, and bluffs of limestone and sandstone.
It would be another 150 years before pioneers came to settle and build up their farms, homes and businesses in the “Big Woods.”
In 1853, the territorial legislature of Minnesota passed an act establishing a number of counties along the Minnesota River. Le Sueur County was among them. The earliest settlements in Le Sueur County took place along the river, which, as a navigable stream, provided a highway into this part of the Minnesota Territory.
The first permanent settlers had already arrived by steamboat in 1851 and established a site that would become the county’s first town, Kasota.
Designated as the county seat, Le Sueur Center was changed to Le Center in 1930. The Le Sueur County Courthouse was built in 1896-97 with extensive remodeling taking place in 1974-75 and again in 1994-95. A new Le Sueur County Justice Center opened in 2019.
Le Sueur County began with four settlers in a board house on the site of Kasota. Today, 28,674 (2020 est.) residents in 10 cities and 14 townships call Le Sueur County home.
Sources: Le Sueur County History compiled by the late County Historian John Zimmerman (19222008) and excerpts from the book, “Le Sueur, Town on the River.”
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Fishing: Fishing piers at Clear Lake Park, Geldner Saw Mill Park, West Jefferson Lake Fishing Pier, Ray’s Lake, along with MN DNR Fishing Piers at German Lake and West Jefferson Lake. Shore fishing at Lake Emily, Gorman Lake, Minnesota River, Sabre Lake, Lake Volney, Lake Washington
Hiking: Bradshaw Woods, Lake Washington Regional Park, Ney Nature Center, Rays Lake Park, Richter Woods
City Name: Le Sueur County Parks City Office: 88 South Park Ave., Le Center, 507-357-8201, co.le-sueur. mn.us/165/Parks
Le Sueur County has one state park, 12 county parks, and public access ramps to nearly three dozen lakes and the Minnesota River, a 332-mile long tributary of the Mississippi. Three parks have self-guided trails. For more information on outdoor recreation, visit co.le-sueur. mn.us and click on “Departments,” then “Parks”.
WHAT TO DO
Camping: Lake Washington Regional Park & Campground, Clear Lake Park
Cross-Country Skiing: Ney Nature Center and Lake Washington Regional Park groomed trails, ungroomed trails at Bradshaw Woods, Rays Lake Park, Richter Woods
Facility Rentals: Lake Washington Regional Park & Campground, Ney Nature Center, Richter Woods
Lake Washington Regional Park and Campground: Join us in mid-October on a date TBD for our fifth annual Halloween Camp Er’ Treat. The public can get a head start on Trick Er’ Treating by visiting the campers within the campground. Lake Washington Regional Park and Campground – each Saturday from Memorial Day to Labor Day, Saturday Park Explorer’s will take place within the campground. Each week will feature a new family friendly educational, nature, park, or outdoor recreation activity.
Mountain Biking: Ney Nature Center Mountain Bike Trail
Paddling: Canoe, Kayak, or Paddleboard on a number of lakes within the county
Picnic Areas: Clear Lake Park, Geldner Saw Mill & Park, Henderson Station River Access & Park, Lake Jefferson Fishing Pier, Ney Nature Center, Ray’s Lake Park, Richter Woods Park, Lake Volney Park, Lake Washington Regional Park & Campground
Playgrounds: Richter Woods Park, Lake Washington Regional Park & Campground
Snowshoeing: Bradshaw Woods, Lake Washington Regional Park, Ney Nature Center, Rays Lake Park, Richter Woods
PLACES TO EXPLORE Bradshaw
Located in Le Center near the fairgrounds, this 29 acre wooded park is full of native big woods trees including Basswood, Elm, Maple, and more. Within the woods you can find nearly a half mile trail loop and park benches. If you are looking for a quick getaway to explore the quiet and native big woods, or enjoy the changing colors of the leaves in the fall, this is the perfect park. An Archery
Clear Lake Park
Located on the west side of Clear Lake near the boat ramp, this quiet park and campground sits on a hill that overlooks the lake. The park consists of over 2 acres of land, 550 feet of shoreline, and a floating fishing pier. The campground consists of 4 primitive campsites with a picnic table and fire pit, and are available on a first come, first served basis for $10 per night.
35194 Clear Lake Lane, Le Center
Geldner Saw Mill & Park
Located along Beaver Dam Road, the 4.5 acre park features a historic saw mill that is the last steam powered saw mill that is still standing in the state of Minnesota. The park is located on a bay of East Jefferson Lake and provides a fishing pier and shoreline for fishing, which is popular amongst anglers in the spring months.
46542 Beaver Dam Road, Cleveland
Henderson Station River Access & Park
On the banks of the Minnesota River near Henderson sits a 52-acre park that features a covered picnic shelter, picnic tables, and an opportunity to shore fish along the Minnesota River for its multiple species. The park also provides an access point to the river for canoe and kayak launches.
29030 River Street, Le Sueur
Lakes and Rivers
At least 100 lakes, from zero to more than 1,500 acres, dot the Le Sueur county landscape. About three dozen have public access ramps. Fishing, both during warm weather months and when the lakes are covered with a thick coating of ice, remains a popular pastime. Le Sueur County lakes feature a variety of species, from bullhead to walleye to crappie. There are three public access ramps to the Minnesota River in Le Sueur County, in Henderson, Kasota and Ottawa.
Lake Emily Park
This 1.5 acre park on the south side of Lake Emily features a fishing dock and 1,000 feet of shoreline that provides fishing for bluegill, crappie, largemouth bass, northern pike, and yellow perch.
33016 Lake Emily Road, St Peter
Lake Gorman Park & Access
Within the 8 acres of this park is a road that leads to a dam on the south side of Lake Gorman, as it flows into the Cannon River. This provides a year round shore fishing location for multiple species of fish, along with a launch point for canoes and kayaks.
19634 Gorman Lake Park Lane, Kilkenny
Lake Jefferson Fishing Pier
With 600 feet of shoreline, a floating fishing pier, paved sidewalk, and picnic tables, this is a popular location to spend the day fishing for panfish. The park can also be used as a launch point for canoes and kayaks.
28211 470th Street, Madison Lake
Lake Volney Park
Located on the south side of Lake Volney next to the boat ramp, this 3 acre park features 600 feet of shoreline, a large sand play area, sand volleyball court, picnic tables, and a path to access the sandy bottom lake just beyond the restored shoreline. This park is a good location for a day of recreating outside, enjoying a lake, the sand, or having a picnic.
18608 Beach Lane, Le Center
Lake Washington Regional Park and Campground
This 164 acre regionally designated park and campground is located on one mile of Lake Washington’s shoreline.
country skiing. Opening in the spring of 2023 will be 1.5 miles of paved trails with exploration stops, along with a small beach redevelopment. There are 2 different playgrounds located within the park, along with an open air picnic shelter and a year round building that can be rented out for gatherings and events. For more information or for reservations, call 507-995-1161. Lake Washington Regional Park and Campground – Join in mid-October on a date TBD for the fifth annual Halloween Camp Er’ Treat. The public can get a head start on Trick Er’ Treating by visiting the campers within the campground. Each Saturday, from Memorial Day to Labor Day, Saturday Park Explorer’s will take place within the campground. Each week will feature a new family friendly educational, nature, park, or outdoor recreation activity.
47102 Washington Park Road, Kasota
The campground caters to non-seasonal campers and features 27 RV Sites with electric hookups, 1 non-electric RV site, 3 primitive tent sites, and 1 group camping site with 4 electric hookups. Each site comes with a spacious gravel pad, fire ring, and picnic table. The campground also has a dump station, shower house, and 5 water spigots. The park has 3.5 miles of trails of varying terrain that can be enjoyed by hiking, walking, jogging, snowshoeing, and cross
Ney Nature Center
Ney Nature Center is home to 446 acres of all the natural world has to offer: forests, prairie, meadows, bluffs, creeks, and a variety of wildlife. The center is open sun up to sundown daily for hiking or walking the trails, cross-country skiing, bird watching, snowshoeing, viewing wildlife, and enjoying the peace of nature. The Education Building and office are open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday for visitors. The center offers a
number of programs, naturalist-led hikes, day camps and more throughout the year to enjoy. There is truly something for everyone. Ney Nature Center has been a favorite for weddings and reunions, and the Education Building can be rented for gatherings and events.
28238 Nature Center Lane, Henderson
507-248-3474 • www.neycenter.corg
Ray’s Lake Park
This beautiful park overlooks Ray’s Lake while featuring several areas of native willow and cedar trees, prairie, and mowed trails within the park. The 9.5 acre park consists of 3,000 feet of shoreline on Ray’s Lake, a fishing pier, and launch area. It is a popular park amongst people looking to shore fish for wide range of species including panfish, largemouth bass, and northern pike.
1395 1st Street North, Elysian
Richter Woods Park
An 80 acre park located 1.5 miles west of Montgomery, the park is heavily wooded and reminiscent of the native “big woods.” The park features a basketball hoop, volleyball net, fire pit, and playground. There are 2.5 miles of trails that are popular for hiking, snowshoeing, and cross country skiing. While hiking the trails, make sure to keep your eyes and ears open for abundance of wildlife, vegetation, and birding! The park is home to a unique barn that is available to rent for small gatherings and events. To reserve the barn for you event, please call 507-357-8201.
35674 173rd Ave, Montgomery
Geldner Saw Mill
46542 Beaver Dam Road, Cleveland, MN
Listed on Natural Register of Historic Places
Shanaska Creek Bridge
Lake Washington Regional Park and Campground
47102 Washington Park Road, Kasota, MN
Sakatah Lake State Park
Situated to the south of Sakatah Lake, immediately east of Waterville, the park is open year-round. Beautiful to explore in any season, it features one of Minnesota’s eight old-growth deciduous forests, picnic grounds, boat access and a campground with 62 drive-in and 14 electric sites.
50499 Sakatah Lake State Park Road, Waterville 507-362-4438 • dnr.state.mn.us
Sakatah Singing Hills Trail
Jump on or off the 39-mile long converted rail-trail that lies between what was once the “Big Woods” and the vast prairies. It’s great for biking, in-line skating, horseback riding, skiing, hiking and snowmobiling. The trail, which joins the Minnesota River Trail in Mankato, passes through 3 miles of Sakatah Lake State Park and ends on the east at Interstate 35 in Faribault. It is generally level and wheelchair accessible. Snowmobiles with studded tracks are prohibited, except from Waterville to Faribault. Passes required for horseback riding and cross-country skiing. Snowmobilers need a state trail sticker. Call 1-888-646-6367.
Le Sueur County is home to a vast network of snowmobile trails; about 150 miles are the responsibility of the Le Sueur County Snowmobile Trails Association.
County snowmobile trail map: lesueursnowtrails.org.
New Prague area snowmobile trail map: newpraguesnowdrifters.com.
Cleveland Public School
A community where students and relationships matter
K-12 School: 400 Sixth St., Cleveland, 507-931-5953, cleveland.k12.mn.us
Community Education: 507-931-5953, cleveland.k12.mn.us/page/2481
Early Childhood Family Education: 507-931-5953, cleveland.k12.mn.us/page/2482
Little Clippers Preschool: 507-931-5953, cleveland.k12.mn.us/page/3163
Le Sueur-Henderson Schools
Le Sueur-Henderson Middle/High School: 901 Ferry St., Le Sueur, 507-665-5800, hsms.isd2397.org
Park Elementary: 115 N. Fifth St., Le Sueur, 507-665-4700, park.isd2397.org
Hilltop Elementary: 700 South St, Henderson, 507-665-5900, hilltop. isd2397.org
Community Education: 706 Turril St., Le Sueur, 507-665-4620
Early Childhood Family Education: isd2397community.sharpschool.net Little Giants Preschool: 115 N. Fifth St., Le Sueur, 507-665-4620
TheLeSueur-HendersonPublicSchoolsBelieve: Thatcollaborationbetweenthehome,theschool, andthecommunityhasapositiveimpacton studentsuccess;
Thatallstudentsdeservetheopportunityto learnandsucceed,includingournewprogramsAviation,Agriculture,Nursing; Thatdiversityenrichestheindividual,school,and community;
Thateducationalexcellencerequireseffective leadership,highexpectations,andteamwork; Inup-to-datefacilitiesandtheresponsible utilizationofresources,includingthenew PreK-5ElementaryBuilding;
Saint Peter Public Schools
Ineducatingthewholechild-academically, socially,physicallyandemotionally; Incontinuousimprovementand a growthmindset; Inanindividualized,rigorous,andrelevant academicexperience;EveryStudentEveryDay.
program isfocusedonall areas of earlychildhooddevelopment from birth tokindergartenentrancewiththegoal ofhaving everychildready for Kindergarten.
North&SouthElementaries provide astrong emphasis onexpanding andacceleratingstudent learning inthe core areasas well asproviding physicaleducation, art,music and STEMclasses.Thisall happens ina caring,safe environment where all students arewelcomed.
SaintPeter MiddleSchool programmingisacademicallyfocused with additionalopportunities forexploring areasof interest.Our students participateinamultitudeof activities.
SaintPeter HighSchool students havemany opportunitiesto expand theirlearningthrough core academics, highrigorcoursesofferingcollege credits,careerand technology programs, and morethan 30 differentacademic, arts& athletic activitiesfromwhichtochoose!
CONTACT US: South Elementary
New Prague Area Public Schools
221 12 th Street NE., 952-758-1700, npaschools.org
Middle School: 721 Central Ave. N., 952-758-1400
Eagle View Elementary: 25600 Nevada Ave., 952-758-6000
Falcon Ridge Elementary: 1200 Columbus Ave., 952-758-1600
Raven Stream Elementary: 300 11th Ave. NW, 952-758-1500
Community Education: 952-758-1734, ce.np.k12.mn.us
Early Childhood Family Education: 952-758-1734, ce.np.k12.mn.us/?page_id=84
Preschools: 952-758-1674, ce.np.k12.mn.us/?page_id=86
St. Peter Public Schools
High School: 2121 W. Broadway Ave., 507-984-4212, stpeterschools.org
Middle School: 100 Lincoln Dr., 507-934-4210
North Elementary: 815 N. 9th St., 507-934-3260
South Elementary: 1405 S. 7th St., 507-934-2754
Rock Bend ALC: 801 Davis St., 507-934-5420
Community Education: 600 S. Fifth St., 506-934-3048
Early Childhood Family Education: 507-934-3048
Little Saints Preschool: 1801 Broadway Ave., 507-931-4314
Tri-City United Public Schools
Mascot: Titans High School: 700 Fourth St. NW, Montgomery, 507-364-8111, tcu2905us.new.rschooltoday.com
Le Center K-8 School: 150 W. Tyrone St., 507-357-6802
Lonsdale K-6 School: 1000 Idaho Ave., 507-744-3900
Montgomery K-8 School: 101 Second St. NE, 507-364-8119
Community Education: 507-364-8107
Early Childhood Family Education: 507-364-8107
Little Titans Preschool: 507-364-8107
A respectful, responsible, positive and safe place to learn
High School: 500 E. Pacquin St., Waterville, 507-362-4432, wem.k12. mn.us
Middle School: 23 Ann St., Morristown, 507-685-4222
Elementary School: 500 E. Paquin St., Waterville, 507-362-4439
Community Education: 507-362-4403, wem.k12.mn.us/domain/204
Early Childhood Family Education: 507-685-4222
Elysian Area Learning Center: 101 Fifth Street NW, 507-267-4373
Superintendent –BrianPhillips firstname.lastname@example.org
Principal –ScottLusk email@example.com
1 – TCU Large Group Band Contest, St. Peter
2 – HS Band & Choir Spring Concert, TCU HS PAC
2-25 – TCU School student art display, Grades K-4, Arts & Heritage Center, Montgomery
4 – St. Patrick’s Queen Candidate Talent Show, American Legion Club, Le Center, 3 p.m.
4 – Snowshoe Club, Ney Nature Center, 2-3 p.m.
6 – Organizing 101, Elysian Area Library, 6 p.m.
6 – Kindergarten Roundup -TCU Le Center
10 – TCU Community Education Family Fun Night, Montgomery Middle School, 5:30-7 p.m.
10 – St. Patrick’s Queen Coronation, American Legion Club, Le Center, 11 a.m. - 7 p.m.
11 – Volunteer Resource Workday, Ney Nature Center, 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
11 – St. Patrick’s Day Parade & Rally, Le Center, parade at 2 p.m., rally following at Le Center American Legion
14 – Youth Naturalist Series, Ney Nature Center, 9-10 a.m.
16 – Lifelong Learner Series. Ney Nature Center, 12-1:30 p.m.
18 – Maple Syrup: Tree to Bottle, Ney Nature Center, 10-11 a.m.
18 – Snowshoe Club, Ney Nature Center, 2-3 p.m.
30-Apr 15 – TCU School student art display, Grades 5-8, Arts & Heritage Center, Montgomery
TBD – Speakeasy Murder Mystery Evening, Caribou Gun Club, Le Sueur
By Appt – Early Childhood Screening, Spring –TCU Lonsdale
Regional Park & Campground
4 – Youth Naturalist Series, Ney Nature Center, 9-10 a.m.
5 – TCU Solo Ensemble, Gustavus
8 - Easter Egg Hunt & Vehicle Fair, West Park, Le Center, 12 p.m.
8 – Volunteer Resource Workday, Ney Nature Center, 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.
12 – TCU Art Festival, TCU HS Gym
14-16 – Spring Play – TCU HS PAC
15 – Miss Czech-Slovak Minnesota Pageant, American Legion, Montgomery
16 – 4-H Pancake Breakfast, 4-H Family Center, Le Center
17 – Music Showcase – K-2 & 3-4, TCU Lonsdale
18 – Music Showcase – K-2 & 3-4, TCU Le Center
18 – Gretchen Anthony Author Event, Montgomery, Public Library, 6:30 p.m.
20 - Music Showcase – K-2 & 3-4, TCU Montgomery
20 – Lifelong Learner Series, Ney Nature Center, 12 – 1:30 p.m.
20-May 13 – TCU School student art display, HS 9-12, Arts & Heritage Center, Montgomery
22 – Earth Day Event, Ney Nature Center
28-29-30 – 46th Annual Pioneer Power “The Original Swap Meet”, 7 a.m. – 5 p.m. each day, located 6 miles East of Le Sueur, MN on Co Rd 26 & 33
29 – Girl Scout Badge Workshop, Ney Nature Center, 1-3 p.m.
TBD – Easter Egg Hunt, Montgomery
TBD – City Wide Garage Sales, Le Center
By Appt – Early Childhood Screening, Spring – TCU MAY
American Legion Club, Le Center
Household Hazardous Waste Collection, 10 a.m. -3 p.m., City of Le Sueur Maintenance Shop
12 – Classic Car & Motorcycle Roll-in, Cleveland, 5 p.m.
13 – City-Wide Garage Sales, Cleveland
13 – Volunteer Resource Workday, Ney Nature Center, 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.
13 – Mother ’s Day Spring Flowers Walk, Ney Nature Center, 1-2 p.m.
16 - Car Roll In, Downtown Montgomery, 4-7 p.m.
16 – William Green Author Event, Le Sueur Public Library, 6 p.m.
18 – Kick off to Summer in the Park, Le Center
18 – Lifelong Learner Series, Ney Nature Center, 12-1:30 p.m.
18-Jul 8 - Photography, Arts & Heritage Center, Montgomery
19 – Pops Concert - TCU High School
20 – Spring Fling, Waterville
20 – City Wide Garage Sales, Waterville 22 – TCU 5-8 District Band Concert
– TCU 5-8 District Choir Concert
– Hot Summer Nights, Waterville
1 – Music in the Park, Memorial Park, Montgomery, 7 p.m.
– Lloveable Llamas, Le Sueur Public Library,
– SAL BBQ Contest, American Legion, Le Center
– Vietnamese Music, Le Center Public Library, 1 p.m. 6 – Vietnamese Music, Le Sueur Public Library, 4 p.m. 7 – Vietnamese Music, Elysian Area Library, 4 p.m.
12 – Circus Science Spectacular, Waterville Public Library, 2 p.m.
12-15 – Summer Camp Week 1, Ney Nature Center
15 – Music in the Park, Memorial Park, Montgomery, 7 p.m.
15 – Summer in the Valley: Music, Food, Activities, Downtown Main Street, Le Sueur, 5 p.m. -8 p.m.
16-17 – Cherry Creek Days, Cleveland
24 - Montgomery Firefighters Dance, Montgomery Fire Hall, 3:30 p.m. -7:30 p.m. Charlie Sticha Band and 8 p.m. – 12:30 a.m.
26 – Kinder Konzerts Out and About, Elysian Area Library, 10 a.m.
26-29 – Summer Camp Week 3, Ney Nature Center
29 - Music in the Park, Memorial Park, Montgomery, 7 p.m.
30 – Kinder Konzerts Out and About, Le Sueur Public Library, 10:30 a.m.
30 – Kinder Konzerts Out and About, Le Center Public Library, 1:30 p.m.
TBD – TCU Marching Band Camp
6 – Music in the Park, Memorial Park, Montgomery, 7 p.m.
8 – Volunteer Resource Workday, Ney Nature Center, 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.
10 – Minnesota Master Naturalist Class, Ney Nature Center, 6-8:30 p.m.
10-14 – Summer Camp Week 4, Ney Nature Center
11 – Dragons, Flutes, & Monkeys, Waterville Public Library, 4 p.m.
12 – Dragons, Flutes, & Monkeys, Montgomery Public Library, 10 a.m.
12 – Dragons, Flutes, & Monkeys, Le Sueur Public Library, 1 p.m.
13-Aug 26 – Kolacky Day Duane Jindra, Montgomery Arts and Heritage Center
13 – Music in the Park, Memorial Park, Montgomery, 7 p.m.
14 - Classic Car & Motorcycle Roll-in, Cleveland, 5 p.m.
14 – Le Sueur County Relay for Life
17-21 – Summer Camp Week 5, Ney Nature Center
18 - Car Roll In, Downtown Montgomery, 4-7 p.m.
18 – Minnesota Master Naturalist Class, Ney Nature Center, 6-8:30 p.m.
19 – Loveable Llamas, Montgomery Public Library, 1 p.m.
20 – Loveable Llamas, Lake Francis City Park with Elysian Area Library, 10 a.m.
20 – Summer in the Valley, Music, Food, Activities, Downtown Main Street, Le Sueur, 5 p.m.8 p.m.
20 – Music in the Park, Memorial Park, Montgomery, 7 p.m.
25 – Minnesota Master Naturalist Class, Ney Nature Center, 6-8:30 p.m.
27 - Hot Summer Nights, Waterville
28-30 – 89th Annual Kolacky Days Festival, Montgomery
29 – Scout Merit Badge Workshop, Ney Nature Center, 2-3:30 p.m.
31 – 18th Annual Veterans Golf Outing (Le Sueur Country Club)
31-Aug 3 – Summer Camp Week 6, Ney Nature Center
3 – Music in the Park, Memorial Park, Montgomery, 7 p.m.
3 – Czech Out New Prague, Memorial Park, 5-8 p.m.
3-6 – Giant Days, Le Sueur
7-10 – Summer Camp Week 7, Ney Nature Center
8 – Minnesota Master Naturalist Class, Ney Nature Center, 6-8:30 p.m.
10 – Music in the Park, Memorial Park, Montgomery, 7 p.m.
11 – Classic Car & Motorcycle Roll-in, Cleveland, 5 p.m.
12 – Volunteer Resource Workday, Ney Nature Center, 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.
12 – Kilkenny Fireman’s Annual Fundraiser ATV Ride
15 – Car Roll In, Downtown Montgomery, 4-7 p.m.
15 – Minnesota Master Naturalist Class, Ney Nature Center, 6-8:30 p.m.
17 – Music in the Park, Memorial Park, Montgomery, 7 p.m.
17 – Lifelong Learner Series, Ney Nature Center, 12 – 1:30 p.m.
17 – Summer in the Valley, Music, Food, Activities, Downtown Main Street, Le Sueur, 5 p.m. –8 p.m.
17-20 – Le Sueur County Free Fair, Le Center
17-20 – Visit the Old Settler’s Cabin inside the Heritage Building next to the District 75 schoolhouse at the Le Sueur County Free Fair
22 – Minnesota Master Naturalist Class, Ney Nature Center, 6-8:30 p.m.
24 – MVAC Back to School Event, American Legion, Le Center
24 – Hot Summer Nights, Waterville
25 – 26-27 – 50th Annual Pioneer Power Show, 7 a.m. – 5 p.m. each day, located 6 miles East of Le Sueur, MN on Co Rd 26 & 33
29 – Minnesota Master Naturalist Class, Ney Nature Center, 6-8:30 p.m.
31-Oct 7 – Share Your Talent, Montgomery Arts and Heritage Center
TBD – Kilkenny’s Free School Supply Give-away, Kilkenny Library
1 – Minnesota Master Naturalist Class, Ney Nature Center, 6-8:30 p.m.
1– National Night Out, Kasota Community Center
1 – National Night Out, Montgomery
2 – Girl Scout Badge Workshop, Ney Nature Center, 2-3:30 p.m.
2 – Sunday Harvest Picnic after Service at Little Stone Church, Ottawa
5 – TCU 1st day of School
5 – Minnesota Master Naturalist Class, Ney Nature Center, 6-8:30 p.m.
8 – Classic Car & Motorcycle Roll-in, Cleveland, 5 p.m.
9 – Kasota Fire Department Dance, Kasota
9 – Volunteer Resource Workday, Ney Nature Center, 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.
9 – Half-Way to St. Paddy’s Day Celebration, Kilkenny
12 – Youth Naturalist Series, Ney Nature Center 9-10 a.m.
12 – Minnesota Master Naturalist Class, Ney Nature Center, 6-8:30 p.m.
15 – Classic Car Cruise, New Prague
16 – Fall Festival, Ney Nature Center
16 – Dozinky Festival, New Prague
19 – Minnesota Master Naturalist Class, Ney Nature Center, 6-8:30 p.m.
19 – Car Roll In, Downtown Montgomery, 4-7 p.m.
21 – Lifelong Learner Series, Ney Nature Center, 12 – 1:30 p.m.
100th Anniversary Cleveland Fire Department Dance featuring IV Play
26 – Minnesota Master Naturalist Class, Ney Nature Center, 6-8:30 p.m.
30 – ATV/UTV Ride, Waterville Fire Department
By Appt – Early Childhood Screening, Fall – TCU
5 – New Prague Ladies Night Out
8 – Fire Prevention Open House, Waterville
8 – Dad’s Belgium Waffle Breakfast, Montgomery Fire Hall, 8 a.m. - noon
10 – Youth Naturalist Series, Ney Nature Center 9-10 a.m.
12-Nov 4 – Day of Dead, Montgomery Arts and Heritage Center
14 – Volunteer Resource Workday, Ney Nature Center, 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.
21 – Lifelong Learner Series, Ney Nature Center, 12 – 1:30 p.m.
27 – Le Center PTO Kids Halloween Party, American Legion, 6-10 p.m.
31 – Spooky Trail, Sakatah Singing Hills Trail, Elysian
TBD – Fall City Wide Garage Sales, Le Center
TBD – Halloween Camp Er’Treat, Lake Washington Regional Park & Campground
9 – Dec 30 – Holiday Boutique, Arts & Heritage Center, Montgomery
12 – Veterans Day Breakfast, American Legion, 8-12 p.m.
16 – Le Sueur Night Out, Downtown Le Sueur, 5 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
16 – Lifelong Learner Series, Ney Nature Center, 12 – 1:30 p.m.
18 – Volunteer Resource Workday, Ney Nature Center, 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.
25 – TCU @ Hollydaze Winter Festival, Le Center
25 – Small Business Saturday, Elysian
25 – Hollydaze Winter Festival/Parade, Le Center
25 – Magic on Main, Waterville
25 – Small Business Saturday, Montgomery
30 – TCU @ Torchlight Parade - Montgomery
30 – Torchlight Parade & Fireworks, Montgomery
TBD – Ney Nature Center Fall Fling
TBD – Cleveland Toys for Tots Toy Drive
1 – Holiday Parade of Lights & Celebration, New Prague, 6:30 p.m.
1 – Christmas in the Valley: Holiday Lights Parade, Tree Lighting Ceremony, Santa, Fireworks, Le Sueur, 5 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
2 - Christmas in Elysian/Parade
Holli Stories X, Montgomery
4-6 – Holiday Shopping Opener, Waterville
7 – Youth Naturalist Series, Ney Nature Center 9-10 a.m.
4 – American Legion Lake Francis Ice Fishing Contest, Elysian
6 – Youth Naturalist Series, Ney Nature Center
10 – Volunteer Resource Workday, Ney Nature Center, 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.
11 – Annual Masopust Celebration, Montgomery
15 – Lifelong Learner Series, Ney Nature Center, 12 – 1:30 p.m.
23 – Ladies Night Out, Waterville
By Appt – Early Childhood Screening, Spring – TCU
TBD – Everything Chocolate Event, Montgomery
Friends of the Library, Location and time TBD
TBD – Kindergarten Roundup – TCU Lonsdale
ONGOING/MULTIPLE DATE EVENTS:
Saturdays (9 a.m. – 12 p.m.), May – Oct. Farmers Market, East Town Plaza, New Prague
Every Thursday from 4-7 p.m. from May 25 to October 26–Memorial Park, Montgomery. There will be no market on Thursday, July 27.
Saturdays June-Oct. from 8am to noon - North Second Street between Bridge and Swan Streets, Le Sueur
Wednesdays May-Sept. - Legion Park, Le Sueur
Tuesdays and Fridays, July to September, 3-6 p.m., Waterville Farmers Market on Common Street near the high school football field.
Lake Washington Regional Park and Campground –Each Saturday from Memorial Day to Labor Day, Saturday Park Explorer’s will take place within the campground. Each week will feature a new family friendly educational, nature, park, or outdoor recreation activity.
For a full line-up of family activities at Lake Washington Regional Park & Campground and other Le Sueur County Parks, please check our Facebook pages at Facebook.com/LeSueurCountyParks and facebook.com/ LakeWashingtonRegionalParkCampground
Check www.artsandheritagecenter.org or Facebook: ArtsandHeritageCenterofMontgomery for events at The Arts & Heritage Center of Montgomery. Arts & Heritage Center programs made possible by grants from Prairie Lakes Regional Arts Council and local donors.
Le Sueur County Meetings can be found here: https:// www.co.le-sueur.mn.us/calendar.aspx
Waterville City Beach opens – mid-June to mid-August
Check https://www.facebook.com/ MontgomeryMNPublicLibrary/ or https://www. cityofmontgomerymn.com/montgomery-public-library for all Library events.
Annual Book Sale – Date TBD
Waseca-Le Sueur Library Events can be found at: https://wasecalesueurlibraries.com/events/
Czech Heritage Club sponsored free public programs held in Czech Country Minnesota, dates to TBD. Check www.czechheritageclub.com or our Facebook page for updated information. Tentative programs being planned are:
March – Bohemian Triangle Presentation
April – TBD
May – Author Tom Kajer
June – Ghost Tales/Haunted Prague
October – Slovak Band & St. Paul Czech and Slovak Folk Dancers, Dance Party
November – The Czech Baker, Misa Kotek
December – Svatý Mikuláš (St. Nicholas) Celebration
Edward S Curtis Photograph Exhibit: An 1880s Le Sueur County, Cordova & Elysian Townships Resident. Over 95 enhanced archival prints- Park Avenue Plaza Gallery in Le Center – January through December 2023. Hours Tuesdays
City Office: 205 Fourth St. 507-931-6380, clevelandmn.govoffice2.com
Post Office: 309 Broadway St., 507-931-4360
What to do
City Wide Garage Sales – Happens every year on the same weekend in May as the fishing opener. You can find details on the city of Cleveland website and Facebook page when the event gets closer.
Cherry Creek Days – An annual celebration set for June 16-17, 2023, includes a car show, teen dance, grand parade, kids carnival, open house at the fire hall with pork chop dinner, bean bag tournament, kids water fights and street dance. Visit the Cherry Creek Days Facebook page for additional information.
Classic Car & Motorcycle Roll-ins - Show off your classic car, or just come to look and talk with other car and motorcycle enthusiasts from around the area. Roll-ins are scheduled the 2nd Friday of the month at 5 p.m. May through September. Visit the Cleveland Muni Facebook page for additional information.
Toys for Tots – During the holiday season, The Cleveland Fire & Rescue continues the tradition of the Toys for Tots Toy Drive in honor of Everly Hewitt. Information can be found on the Cleveland Fire Rescue Facebook page.
Holiday Lights/Santa Parade – In December, head to Cleveland and check out the residential Christmas Lights. Every year we hold a Christmas Lighting Contest so come to town to see all the wonderful Christmas holiday lights decorating.
Pavilion – A new park pavilion was built in the Veterans Park in honor of long-time city employee Glenn Beer. Beer was the city public works director for 41 years, as well as a 42-year Cleveland volunteer firefighter and 1.5-year City Council member. He lost his battle with cancer in May of 2022. The Glenn Beer Park Pavilion is Cleveland’s
way of saying “Thank you” to Glenn for all of his years of dedication to our town.
Fire Department Celebration – In 2023, the Cleveland Volunteer Fire Department will be celebrating 100 years. On Saturday, Sept. 23, it will celebrate by having a dance featuring music from IV Play. Watch for updates on the Facebook page: Cleveland Fire Rescue.
Church of Christ – 900 State Hwy. 99, 507-931-5924
Church of the Nativity – 45 Main St., 507-931-2560
Our Saviors Lutheran Church – 305 Sixth St., 507-931-1564
Anders Early Learning Center – 309 10th St., 507-931-0077. In the summer of 2022, Anders added a brand new addition to the Learning Center due to the ever-growing need for child care.
City Office: 110 W Main St., 507-267-4708, www.elysianmn.com
Chamber of Commerce: 100 Third St. SW, 507-267-4708
Library: 132 E Main St., 507-267-4411
Post Office: 120 E Main St., 507-267-4477
What to do
American Legion Lake Francis Ice Fishing Contest February 4th – Compete for prizes, participate in drawings and eat homemade stew at the event held the first Sunday in February. Hosted by the American Legion SAL Post 311.
Fourth of July – Features one of the largest parades in southern Minnesota, turtle races, vintage car, truck and motorcycle show, kids fishing contest, street dances, medallion hunt pancake breakfast, kids pedal pull, bingo and silent auction, volleyball tournament and fireworks. Concession and beer garden. Visit elysianmn.com
Spooky Trail – Sakatah Singing Hills Trail come alive October 31 with ghosts and goblins as families trick-or-treat along the trail. After, enjoy hot dogs and chips at the fire hall.
Elysian’s Small Business Saturday
November 25 – Come shop and support local vendors. Lots of unique gifts just in time for Christmas gift giving.
Christmas in Elysian – Held the first Saturday in December. Start off with a pancake breakfast and shopping with Mr and Mrs Claus. In the evening, a parade lights up Main Street followed by BINGO in the fire hall.
Sakatah Singing Hills State Trail –
Resurfaced in 2020. In 1991, a group of 25 Elysianites began a four-year effort to lobby local legislators to fund blacktopping of the 39-mile trail. A way side rest built along the trail in Elysian is reminiscent of an earlier train depot there. Visit dnr. state.mn.us.
City park and beach – Updated playground, sand volleyball courts, ball field, beach and picnic shelters on the south shore of Lake Francis. Parking and restrooms.
Lake Tustin Park – Quiet dog-friendly park with picnic shelter, horseshoes and non-motorized public access to Lake Tustin.
Sunset Park – 4+ acre park with picnic tables and Veteran’s Memorial.
Bethlehem Lutheran Church – 200 Park Ave. NW, 507-362-8381
Elysian United Methodist Church – 201 Fourth St. NW, 507-327-5771
St. Andrew’s Catholic Church – 305 Park Ave. NE, 507-267-4928
City Office: 31552 181st Avenue, PO Box 253, New Prague, MN 56071 952-290-0567, cityofheidelbergmn.com
Library: Lending Library
What to do
Pavilion – The Heidelberg Park Pavilion is available for rent April through October. Includes access to the baseball field, tennis court, volleyball
court, horseshoe pit and playground area. The pavilion has a full kitchen with indoor/outdoor tables & chairs. Contact Tracy Odenthal for more details at (507) 364-5766
St. Scholastica Catholic Church31525 181st Ave., 952-758-4642
Just Keeping It Green
YardWasteDrop-Off&RecyclingSite- SouthwestCornerof NorthSwiftSt.andWestSt.Julien
Incorporated: 1894 (founded 1878)
City Office: 600 Main St., 507-248-3234, henderson-mn.com
Post Office: 500 Main St., 507-248-3636 Chamber of Commerce: henderson-mn.com/chamber.html
Library: 110 S Sixth St., 507-248-3880
What to do
Joseph R. Brown Minnesota River Center –
On the second floor of the Henderson Community Building, center houses exhibits of Henderson and Minnesota River Valley history.
Sibley County Historical Museum – An 1884 brick house at 700 Main St. serves as a museum. Displays range from artifacts immigrants brought from Europe to turn-of-the-century items.
Sauerkraut Days – Held annually the last weekend in June. Features a car cruise, tractor rides, a kiddie parade, car show, a softball tournament, coronation of Miss Henderson and a sauerkraut-eating contest. Visit kraut.hendersonmn.com.
Hummingbird Hurrah – This unique celebration is held the third Saturday in August and offers information about the amazing little birds, attracting them and keeping them happy. Great for birders and photographers. Visit hendersonhummingbirdhurrah. com.
Heritage Days – The annual event is held the third weekend in September. Visit henderson-mn.com/ heritage-days.html.
Classic Car Roll-ins – 5 to 8 p.m. every Tuesday from late May through September. Visit hendersonrollin.com.
Allanson’s Park – Fifteen developed campsites, a picnic shelter with restrooms and showers, playground and walking trail. 500 South St.
Bender Park – The community’s two softball parks are nestled just west of the Minnesota River.
Tiger Park – Henderson’s town baseball team, the Tigers, plays amateur baseball in the River Valley League.
Ney Nature Center – County park offers 446 acres of exploration, programs and education, facility rentals, panoramic overlooks, picnic areas, native wildlife, historic farmsteads and more. Find Ney Nature Center on Facebook or at neycenter.org.
Centennial Lutheran Church – 701 Locust St., 507-248-3888
Jehovah’s Witnesses –501 S Ninth St., 507-248-3865
Countryside Christian Church – 29517 381st Lane, 507-248-3865
Redeemer Lutheran Church –14226 W 280th St., 507-665-2932
St. Joseph Catholic Church - 213 S Sixth St., 507-248-3550
St. Paul’s United Church of Christ –111 S Sixth St., 507-248-3594
St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic Church - 31624 Scenic Byway Road
Private and Charter Schools
Minnesota New Country School – 210 Main St., 507-248-3353, newcountryschool.com
Sibley Medical Clinic – 505 Main St., 507-248-3433
City Office: 200 N. Webster St., 507-931-3290, kasotamn.govoffice2.com
Post Office: 140 Cherry St., 507-931-5720
What to do
Firemen’s Dance – Annual event set for Sept. 9 celebrates the Kasota Fire Department’s anniversary. Music, food and refreshments through the evening. Visit Kasota Fire Department on Facebook.
Kasota Prairie Scientific and Natural Area – Situated on a rock terrace 70 feet above the Minnesota River Valley is this 42-acre scientific natural area. About 2 miles south of Kasota on 367th Avenue. Visit dnr.state.mn.us/snas/detail. html?id=sna000961.
Kasota Prairie – Ninety acres of native prairie and another 30 acres of restored prairie on land owned by Unimin Corp. The area has been preserved as a public scientific, educational and recreational resource, and includes 120 acres of woods, marsh, grassland and a large beaver pond between the bluffs and the Minnesota River. Maintained parking and trails. Approximately one mile south of Kasota on Township Road 140. Visit skp.org.
Chankaska Creek Ranch and Winery –Vineyard and winery sits on the bank of Chankaska Creek, offering wine tastings and events, many with live music. Visit chankaskawines.com.
Drive a Tank – The only place in the world to drive a tank and shoot a fully automatic historic machine gun not owned by a government entity. Visit driveatank.com.
National Night Out – Aug. 1 at the Community Center, food and activities.
Parks and Petting Zoo – Visit our two parks and stop by the zoo to feed the goats.
Kasota Presbyterian Church – 141 S Rice St., 507-931-2100
Incorporated: 1883 (founded 1856)
City Office: 156 S. Laurel Ave., 507-595-3999 or 507-491-6597, kilkennymn.com
Community Center/Library: 288 S. Laurel Ave.
Post Office: 156 S. Laurel Ave.; 507-595-2700
What to do
Kilkenny Fireman’s Annual ATV Ride
Fundraiser – Held on Saturday, Aug. 12 with registration at Little Irishman’s Park at 10 am and leaving on a route to be determined around noon-ish. A raffle for a brand new 4-wheeler will be held in connection with the ride. The drawing for the raffle winner will be held at the end of the ride. Please check the City website for details closer to the event for any possible changes.
Halfway to St. Paddy’s Day Celebration
– Held on Sept. 9 for the formal twinning with our sister city, Kilkenny, Ireland! We start with a 3-mile fun run/walk, followed by a car show, parade, the famous toilet bowl races and finish up with the best fireworks show around. There are craft and food vendors and entertaining bands throughout the day. If you don’t have any Irish in you when you come, you will by the time you leave!
Free School Supply Giveaway: sponsored by the Cannonville Community Church. –Free school supplies for all grades while supplies last. This will be held at the Library one Saturday in August. Please check the City website for dates and details.
Santa at the Library – The Kilkenny American Legion and Auxiliary, along with the Kilkenny Fire Department sponsor this event in December. Check the City website for date and details closer to the event. Besides getting to visit with Santa, the kids get a goodie bag and can complete a Christmas craft while they wait.
City Office: 10 W. Tyrone St., 507-357-4450, cityoflecenter.com
Post Office: 91 N. Park Ave. 507-3574979
Chamber of Commerce: 10 W. Tyrone St., 507-357-6737
Library: 10 W. Tyrone St., 507-357-6792 cityoflecenter.com/community/library
Municipal Pool: 205 E. Derrynane Ave., 507-357-6344
What to do
2023 Le Sueur County St. Patrick’s Celebration – **Please follow us on Facebook for the most current information as well as any changes to events @lcstpats
• Kick-off Grand Marshall and Candidates brunch, held on January 29, 2023.
• Queen Candidate Talent Show, March 4th, Le
Center American Legion
• Queen Coronation, Friday March 10th, Le Center
• Saturday March 11th
Parade & Rally, parade begins at 2pm with rally following at the Le Center American Legion
Easter Egg Hunt and ECFE Vehicle
Fair – The dual events are held the Saturday before Easter at noon at the West Park.
Sponsored by the Le Center Lions Club and other local organizations.
Le Center Area
Fireman’s Dance –Will be on Saturday, May 6. This event is hosted by
the Le Center Fire Department, in which the members go door-to-door selling tickets.
Le Sueur County Sheriff’s Posse Trail Ride –Held Father’s Day weekend, this event draws horseback riders from across the county. Includes ranch rodeos, trail rides, dinner, and a dance, and is open to the public. For more information, call Sheriff Brett Mason, 507-357-8152.
Le Sueur County Free Fair – The home of the Le Sueur County Fair, held every summer in August. What is a summer without a county fair? The annual event brings all you would expect and more to Le Center: animal exhibits, tasty treats, carnival rides, music, demo derbies, tractor pulls, and even talent shows. For more information visit lesueurcountyfair.org.
Pioneer Power – The annual Le Sueur County Pioneer Power Days, opens one of the most complete farm displays in the county to the public, in late August. The organization also hosts a swap meet/ flea market each April. Both are north of Le Center on County Road 26. Visit pioneerpowershow.com.
Hollydaze Winter Festival –
Held the Saturday after Thanksgiving, the parade is hosted by the Le Center Chamber of Commerce and kicks off the holiday season. Businesses, families, and organizations build lighted floats, and the parade is highlighted by a visit from Santa, who ends the evening in the Courthouse Park Pavilion visiting with children.
St. Mary’s/St. Henry’s Catholic Church –
165 N. Waterville Ave., 507-357-4838
St. Paul Lutheran Church –232 W. Minnesota St., 507-357-2212
Seventh Day Adventist Church – 190 S. Park St., 507-357-6161
Tri City United Le Center K-8 – 150 West Tyrone Street, 507-357-6802
Tri- City United Early Childhood Education – 150 West Tyrone Street, 507-364-8107
Central Health Care – 444 N. Cordova Ave., 507-357-2275
Horizon Place – 510 Commerce Dr., 507-357-2262
Carriage House Senior Living – 175 E. Derrynane, 507-357-0100
Centennial Plaza – 76 S. Lexington Ave., 507-357-6444
City Office: 203 South Second Street
Community Center: 821 East Ferry Street
Chamber of Commerce: PO Box 111
Library: 118 Ferry Street
Post Office: 202 North Main Street
What to do
Giant Days – A three-day annual community celebration that takes place on the first full weekend in August. All three days many activities are planned for young and old. Sunday crowds line the 90+ unit Giant Celebration Parade at 1:00 p.m. After the parade is the Giant Corn Feed. Approximately 8-10 tons of corn donated by Seneca rolled into butter donated by Crystal Farms are served. Giant Celebration would not be the success it is without the help of all the people who put it together.
Music on Main – held the third Thursday from 4-7 p.m. in June, July, and August.
Christmas in the Valley – Holiday Lights Parade, Tree Lighting Ceremony, Santa and Fireworks, all on the first Friday of December.
Aqua Valley Outdoor Pool – Open to the public daily during summer months. Daily schedule available at: https://www. cityoflesueur.com/158/ Aquatics. Parks - While you’re here, be sure to visit one of our eight beautiful parks; three with shelters that can be reserved for public and private events. For more details, including information on each park, visit cityoflesueur.com.
American Legion Park – Enjoy a picnic after a swim at the Aqua Valley Outdoor Pool. This park features a shelter, restrooms, kitchenette, ample seating, picnic areas, and a playground.
Anderson Park - features a shelter, restrooms, concession stand, basketball court, baseball/ softball field, volleyball court, and playground.
Cedar Ridge Trails Park – Centrally located featuring a playground, shelter, fireplace, grill, and ample green space.
Le Sueur Dog Park – A perfect place for exercising and socializing your dog in a safe and fun environment. This park features a dog wash station, separate small dog area, water fountain (with fillable bowl), picnic areas, and a walking trail. Please note: all dogs must be licensed by the City of Le Sueur to use the dog park.
Mayo Park – A quiet, peaceful getaway complete with a shelter, restrooms, kitchenette, volleyball court, picnic areas, and horseshoe pits.
Mothers Louise Parkbeautiful surroundings in the heart of downtown Le Sueur next to the historic W.W. Mayo House. Picnic tables on-site.
Pierre Le Sueur Park – A pocket park welcoming residents and visitors to downtown Le Sueur.
River Park – 80 acres nestled on the banks of the Minnesota
River along the southwest entrance to town, featuring camping facilities, boating access, nature trails, picnic areas, and restrooms.
W. W. Mayo House –
Hand-built in 1859 by Dr. William Worrall Mayo, who with his sons founded the Mayo Clinic. Interpreters share with visitors the experiences of the Mayo family and later residents, the Cosgroves, and the home’s connection to the Green Giant Co. Tours are from May to September.
Adjacent Mother Louise Park features the sculpture “The Mothers” by famed Minnesota sculptor Paul Granlund. Please add the line: More information at 507-665-3250, www.mayohouse.org
Le Sueur Country Club – This 18-hole, 165- acre course is considered one of the most picturesque in the state. A restaurant, swimming pool and tennis court adjoin the club. Visit lesueurcountryclub.com.
The Chamber is planning a new event that will replace the Retail & Business Expo. This new event will be held in June. Watch for more information.
St. Anne’s Catholic Church – 217 N 3rd St. 507-665-3811
First Lutheran Church – 116 Inner Drive, 507-665-2615
Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church (WELS) – 229 S 6th St. 507-665-3477
United Methodist Church – 730 S 6th St., 507-665-2314
Word of Life Church – 890 Kingsway Drive 507-665-6393
Iglesia El Cordero De Dios – 404 Turril St., 651-230-5245
Zion United Methodist Church of Christ – 240 Elmwood Ave., 507-665-6441
Private and Charter Schools
Le Sueur Nursery School, Inc. – 812 S 6th St., 507-665-2028
St. Anne’s Catholic School – 511 N 4th St., 507-665-2486-9
Mayo Clinic Health System in Le Sueur –625 S. 4th St., 507-665-6299
Ridgeview Le Sueur Medical Center – 621 S 4th St., 507-665-3375
Assisted Living/Nursing Home Facilities
Comfort Residence – 105 Plum Run, 507-665-2499
Hillside Court – 220 Risedorph St., 507-665-3932
Oak Terrace Senior Living of Le Sueur –811 S. 4th St., 507-593-8500
Sunrise Plaza – 600 S 5th St., 507-665-8660
Ridgeview Le Sueur Nursing & Rehab. –621 S. 4th St., 507-665-8695
City Office: 201 Ash Ave. SW, Montgomery, 507-364-8888, cityofmontgomerymn.com
Chamber of Commerce: 206 First St. N., Montgomery, 507-364-5953, montgomerymnchamber.com
Library: 104 Oak Ave. SW, Montgomery, 507-364-7615
Post Office: 156 Elm Ave. SE, Montgomery, 507-364-8777
What to do
There are many things to see and do in Montgomery, from the award winning, one of a kind “Beatlesthemed” golf course to the historic downtown. The downtown area also features two individual buildings that listed on the National Registry of Historic Buildings – Hill Top Hall, located at 206 First St. N. and the Westerman Lumber Building, now housing a pizzeria, at 201 First St. S. Enjoy the outdoors at one of the many city parks for year-round activities. During the summer, enjoy a Mallards baseball game at Memorial Park. Pitch horseshoes or play sand volleyball in one of three courts. Also in Memorial Park is the historic log cabin, dating back to 1928, that has been restored with a new roof and other work. Northside Park features two upgraded tennis courts and four pickle ball courts. Watch youth softball or baseball or enjoy the new play structure featuring facilities for children of all ages. In the winter, come out to the newly renovated hockey rink.
Annual Czech May Day ‘Prvni Maj’ celebration – A celebration welcoming spring, featuring the raising of a traditional Czech May Pole. Enjoy music, food, and traditional ribbon dancing around the May Pole. The event generally takes place the first Sunday of May in Heritage Park.
Kolacky Day – is the City’s premier festival celebrating its Czech heritage and takes place on the last full weekend in July. This event runs for
three days and culminates in the Grand Day Parade. Visitors can enjoy a wide variety of activities from the classic car show, food, and bands on Friday and Saturday night in the park. There is a bohemian tractor pull, a regular tractor pull, and a Kolacky eating contest. A 5k run, the “Bun Run”, and the “Tour de Bun” where bikers can choose a route from 12 to 50 miles weaving through “Czech” country. Visit www.montgomerymn.org for more information.
Torchlight Parade and Fireworks – Lights and music fill the air as the parade, held the Thursday after Thanksgiving, winds its way through downtown on November 30, 2023. The smell of kettle corn abounds at the end of the route where the fireworks begin. Set to holiday music, the display is a spectacular way to end the evening. You can visit montgomerymn.org/torchlight-parade-fireworks to learn more.
Svatý Mikuláš (St. Nicholas) – Celebrated on the first Sunday of December, when the tradition of St. Nicholas, the Angel, and the Devil continues. These three characters quiz children and all good children are given a bag full of treats. Music, dancing, door prizes, and Czech foods are there for everyone’s enjoyment. Highlighting the event is the “Czech Country Market” with Czech merchandise and a bakery.
Masopust – The Czech Mardi Gras celebrated the weekend before Ash Wednesday. The Masopust king reigns over the celebration where a goodbye is said to meat for Lent. Activities include polka music, costume ball, silent auction, a traditional Czech skit is held and, of course, the coronation of the King. A good Czech meal is served. Visit www. montgomerymn.org/masopust for more information.
Ms. Czech-Slovak Minnesota Pageant
– This annual pageant takes place in the spring with contestants of Czech, Slovak, and/or Moravian descent competing for over $1,000 in cash and prizes with a chance to compete in the national
pageant in Wilber, NE in August. Visit www.missczechslovakmnpageant.org.
Boulevard of Flags and Veterans Memorials – Flags in tribute to area veterans line Boulevard Avenue and First Street North, the route is designated ‘Veterans Memorial Way’. In addition, tributes to many area veterans are affixed to buildings lining First Street. Be sure to stop and visit the displays and tributes in Veterans Memorial Park about a block from State Highway 13 on Boulevard Avenue NW.
Music in the Park – The Montgomery Park Advisory Board, in conjunction with the Montgomery Library, hosts free music in Memorial Park. Events generally occur every Thursday in June, July, August, and September except for the week of Kolacky Days. Bring a lawn chair and enjoy a wide variety of music. Visit www.cityofmontgomerymn.com for information on the 2023 schedule.
Montgomery Mural – While strolling downtown, stop at the Montgomery Mural depicting the history of Montgomery. Or have your picture taken at one of the many “butterfly” wings on display on various buildings in the downtown.
Car Roll-in - The Montgomery Area Chamber of Commerce hosts a monthly ‘car-roll-in’ on First Street. The event has traditionally been held on the third Tuesday of the month starting in May and running through September. Area establishments have food specials and there is music. Additional information can be found at www.montgomerymnchamber.com.
Franke’s Kolacky Bakery – Montgomery’s oldest family business celebrating over 100 years of business in the same location. Home to delicious baked goods of all kinds and world-famous Czech kolacky.
Montgomery Brewery – Located in the original brewery building that is over 130 years old, they serve small batch craft beers by the glass or growler.
Montgomery Orchard – Located about 1-mile south of town is the Montgomery Orchard. They offer nature walks, hayrides, apple picking, entertainment, a ciderhaus and annual corn maze in the fall. Visit montgomeryorchard.com.
Montgomery National Golf Club – Open to the public. World’s only “Beatles” themed championship 18-hole course and boasts a new simulator on site. Montgomery National Golf Club, where a passion for golf, music, and the Beatles, create a unique experience. While there, check out the yellow submarine. Greens fees for 9 and 18 holes. Visit montgomerynationalgolf.com.
Next Chapter Winery – Located about 1-mile north of town is Next Chapter Winery. This boutique winery crafts barrel-aged wine and offers events from wine tastings to evenings filled with musical entertainment. Visit nextchapterwinery.com
North Ridge – Montgomery’s newest and largest park by area is North Ridge Recreational Area. This area has about 2.5 miles of looping trails though restored prairie and soon to be restored wetlands. In the winter, strap on your snowshoes or skis, or bring your sled for some exciting rides down the sledding hill.
Private and Charter Schools
Most Holy Redeemer Catholic School –205 Vine Ave. W., 507-364-7383
Mayo Clinic Health System Montgomery – 501 Fourth St. NW, 507-364-5600
Geoffrey Iverson, DDS – 223 First St. S., 507-364-7424
Montgomery Family Chiropractic – 317 First St. S., 507-364-7500
Montgomery Family Dental – 110 First St. N., 507-364-8001
Assisted Living/Nursing Home Facilities
Traditions of Montgomery – 399 Lexington Ave. NW, 507-364-5585
Montgomery Historical Society
P.O. Box 176
The mission of the Montgomery Historical Society is the collection, preservation, and dissemination of knowledge about the history of the Montgomery area and to relate that history to that of the county of Le Sueur and the state of Minnesota. Museum fundraising is underway. Contact the Society for more information.
Most Holy Redeemer Catholic Church –
206 Vine Ave. W., 507-364-7981
St. John Lutheran Church – 105 Spruce Ave. NW, 507-364-5002
Historic Sites: Commercial Historic District listed on the National Register of Historic Places since April 9, 2021. Hilltop Hall and Westerman Lumber Office & House, now Pizzeria 201, buildings are also listed on the National Register.
Incorporated: 1877 • Settled 1856
City Office: 118 Central Ave. N, 952-758-4401 ci.new-prague.mn.us
Community Center/Ice Arena: 100 12th St. NW, 952-758-7825
New Prague Fitness and Aquatic Center: 410 Central Ave. N., 952-758-1753
Chamber of Commerce: 101 E. Main St., 952-758-4360, newprague.com
Library: 400 Main St. E., 952-758-2391
Post Office: 124 Main St. E., 952-758-7678
What to do
Run New Prague – The Chamber-sponsored event held on May 6th, 2023, will include a 5k and Kids Color Run. Races begin and end in Memorial Park. Visit runnewprague.com or Run New Prague on Facebook.
Czech Out New Prague – New Prague’s business and community expo will take place on Thursday, August 3rd, 2023, from 5 pm – 8 pm in Memorial Park, sponsored by the New Prague Chamber. The New Prague Fire Department organizes a Jr. Fire Fighter Challenge, where there are local demonstrations and many local businesses showcasing what they have to offer to the local community with interactive activities. It’s fun for the whole family! In 2023, the New Prague Chamber will partner with the New Prague Arts Council on the event and bring music into the park for the last event of their music series.
Classic Car Cruise – The kickoff to the annual fall Dozinky Festival features approximately 400 vintage cars and trucks. Following the cruise, many of the cars are displayed on Main Street. After, there’s a beer garden with live music on Central Ave N. The event will take place on Friday, September 15th, 2023.
Dozinky Festival – Czech harvest festival, patterned after the “old country” original, is held Sept. 16th, 2023. Festivities will center on Main
Street, which will be closed to traffic. The event kicks off with a car cruise on Friday evening and continues with a parade and many activities on Saturday. The Parade of Farm Pride begins at noon. Booths, demonstrations, and the Czech Heritage Village will line Main Street. Ethnic bands, singers and dancers perform on two stages. Mouth-watering ethnic and harvest treats to tempt every palate. Visit newprague.com, Dozinky Festival and Car Cruise, and the New Prague Chamber of Commerce on Facebook @newpraguechamber.
Ladies Night Out – Ladies Night Out will take place on Thursday, October 5th in 2023. Join us for a fun night of shopping, prizes, and dressing up!
New Prague’s Holiday Parade of Lights & Celebration – The event takes place in New Prague on the first Friday in December every year as a kickoff to the shop local holiday promotions. In 2023, the event will be held on Friday, December 1st starting with a parade at 6:30 pm along Main Street and ends at Memorial Park for Santa, tree lighting,
hot cocoa, and fireworks. St. Wenceslaus will feature a live nativity scene and a free meal prior to the festivities.
Historic downtown – Home to many historic buildings, three are on the National Register of Historic Places: St. Wenceslaus Catholic Church, First National Bank, and the recently renovated Hotel Broz, all located on Main Street. The church, completed in 1907, is named for a former Duke of Bohemia and is based on a church in Prague, Czech Republic. The hotel, a Georgian-revival structure, opened in 1898. The bank is a renaissance revival and known for its terra cotta façade. Downtown is also home to a number of building murals that depict scenes from the city’s heritage. A historic context study and downtown historical reconnaissance survey are at ci.new-prague.mn.us. A full reconstruction of Main Street in the downtown area occurred during 2020/2021 with finishing touches completed in 2022 along with the brandnew Central Plaza on the corner of Central Ave. N. and Main Street.
Farmers Market – Provides locally grown, in-season produce, baked goods, jams, jellies, and
honey. Open Saturdays from May to October in the East Town Plaza parking lot.
Parks and trails – Nine city parks include ballfields, disc golf, a skate park and even an archery range. New Prague has over 7 miles of walking trails and 24 miles of sidewalks. Scott County’s Cedar Lake Farm Regional Park, located on the south shore of Cedar Lake, is a picturesque site for picnicking, swimming, and shore fishing. Kayaks and canoes are available for rent Friday through Sunday and holidays from Memorial Day to Labor Day. Visit threeriversparks.org/parks/cedar-lake-farm.aspx.
New Prague Golf Course – An 18-hole, municipal golf course in Memorial Park has been a fixture for over 90 years. Visit newpraguegolf.com.
Veteran’s Memorial A brand-new memorial was dedicated in the spring of 2022 to pay respect to all Veterans that have served in the armed forces with an emphasis to honor those who have been killed in action. The new memorial is located in Memorial Park directly east of the library. For more information, please visit npveteransmemorial.com.
Central Plaza (Spring 2022) – In conjunction with the reconstruction of Main Street during 2020/2021 in the downtown area, a plan was developed to convert a vacant lot at the corner of Main Street and Central Ave. N. into a plaza for the enjoyment of all who visit downtown. The plaza features a clock, donated by the New Prague Rotary Club, benches and picnic tables, landscaping, and a small performance area. For more information, visit the city’s website at www.ci.new-prague.mn.us and find the link under News & Announcements.
Calvary Church – PO Box 185, 952-758-4862
Community Baptist Church – 500 County Road 37, 952-758-3287
FaithPoint Lutheran Church – 1051 270th St. W., 952-758-6297
Friedens Evangelical Lutheran – 28982 181st Ave., 952-758-3245
HillSpring Church – 200 E. 280th St., 952-758-4151
Holy Trinity Lutheran Church – 1300 Main St. E, 952-758-3513
NewDay Church – 1201 First St. NE, 952-758-5683
St. John’s Catholic Church – 20087 Hub Dr., Union Hill, 952-758-4642
St. Wenceslaus Catholic Church – 215 E. Main St., 952-758-3225
Spirit of Life Church – 540 W. 280th St., 952-758-2894
Word of Life Church – 830 4th Ave SW, 507- 665-6393
Holy Cross Catholic School –
6100 37th St W, Webster, MN 55088 952-652-6100, holycrossschool.net
St. Wenceslaus Catholic School –227 Main St. E., New Prague, 952-758-3133, swsaints.org
New Prague - Mayo Clinic Health System
- Hospital/Urgent Care - 301 Second St. NE, 952-758-4431
- Clinic - 212 County Road 37, 952-758-4461
- Parkview Medical Clinic - 1400 First St. NE, 952-758-2535
Mala Strana – 1001 Columbus Ave. N., 952-758-2511
Praha Village – 1100 1st Street SE, 952-855-8855
Queens Court – 311 Columbus Ave. N., 952-758-4595 (+/- 38 units)
Liberty Park Apartments – 204 Liberty Park, 952-758-4991 (47 units – 3 handicapped – income guidelines)
Phillips Square – 11601st Ave NW, 952-758-4610 (55 units – senior/55 & over –no income guidelines)
Millpond Apartments – 210 1st St. NW, 952-758-4333 (HUD assisted, 62 & older, handicapped)
Memories and Milestones Academy –1501 1st Street NE, 952-758-5437
New Prague Area Historical Society
400 Main Street East, New Prague, MN
The mission of the New Prague Historical Society is the collection, preservation, and dissemination of knowledge about the history of the New Prague area and to relate that history of the State of Minnesota.
Historic Sites: First National Bank Building, Church of St. Wenceslaus, and the Hotel Broz are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Centennial Log Cabin and History Shed located in Memorial Park.
Incorporated: 1873 (founded 1853)
City Office: 227 S Front St., 507-934-4840
Community Center: 600 S Fifth St., 507-934-0667
Chamber of Commerce: 101 S Front St, 507-934-3400, stpeterchamber.com
Library: 601 S Washington Ave., 507-934-7420
Post Office: 300 S Third St., 507-931-1950
Senior Center: 600 South Fifth, St. Suite 219, 507-934-7434
What To Do
Old-fashioned Fourth of July – Parade, picnic in Minnesota Square, food, activities, music, classic cars and fireworks. Visit www.stpeterchamber. com/4th-of-july.
Nicollet County Free Fair – The 2023 fair is tentatively scheduled for August. Features often include a rodeo, demo derby, tractor pull, talent show, rides, 4-H exhibits and livestock. Visit nicolletcountyfair. com.
Rock Bend Folk Festival – Two-day celebration with non-stop music of all genres at the free festival in September at Minnesota Square Park. Visit www. rockbend.org.
Oktoberfest – The St. Peter Ambassadors hosts the annual October celebration near Minnesota Avenue and Grace Street in the heart of the downtown. See www.stpeterchamber.com or the St. Peter Ambassadors Facebook page.
Ambassadors’ Blues Fest – The Ambassadors hosts a one-day blues festival in June.
Winterfest – The mid-winter festival, generally end of January and beginning of February, includes a medallion hunt and a Nicollet County Sheriff’s Office’s Polar Plunge, benefiting Special Olympics. Visit stpeterchamber.com.
Arts Center of Saint Peter – Exhibitions, performances, classes and outreach. Public galleries. Visit artscentersp.org.
Treaty Site History Center – Exhibits tell stories of the 1851 treaty and relationships between the Dakota and the white settlers, as well as agriculture and commerce. Visit nchsmn.org.
E. St. Julien Cox house – A fully restored Victorian treasure, the 1871 home is an example of Gothic Italianate architecture. Events year-round, tours by appointment. Visit nchsmn.org.
Linnaeus Arboretum – At Gustavus Adolphus College, features acres of prairie, woodlands, ponds, gardens and trails. Visit gustavus.edu/arboretum.
Riverside Municipal Campground – Tent sites and 11 electric campsites at the city-owned campground. Visit saintpetermn.gov/camping.
Church of St Peter Catholic – 1801 Broadway Ave, 507-931-1628
First Lutheran Church – 1114 W Traverse Road, 507-934-3060
Holy Communion Episcopal Church – 118 N Minnesota Ave., 507-934-2542
Jesus Assembly of God – 722 Sunrise Dr., 507-934-1468
River of Life Lutheran Church – 830 Sunrise Dr., 507-519-1204
St. Peter Calvary Baptist Church – 516 W. Jefferson St., 507-931-4567
St. Peter Lutheran Church – 427 W Mulberry St., 507-931-1866
Trinity Lutheran Church – 511 S Fifth St., 507-934-4786
Union Presbyterian Church – 730 S Third St., 507-934-4602
Private and Charter Schools
John Ireland School – 1801 Broadway Ave., 507-931-2810
Saint Peter Lutheran School – 427 W. Mulberry St., 507-931-1866
River’s Edge Hospital – 1900 N Sunrise Dr., 507-931-2200
Mayo Clinic Health System St Peter – 1900 N Sunrise Dr, Suite 200, 507-931- 2110
Mankato Clinic Daniels Health Center –1900 N. Old Minnesota Ave., 507-934-2325
Assisted Living/Nursing Homes
Benedictine Living Community – 1907 Klein St., 507-934-2203
Benedictine Senior Living – 1906 N Sunrise Dr., 507-934-8817
Ecumen Prairie Hill – 1305 Marshall St., 507-934-2200
Ecumen Sand Prairie – 700 Knight St., 507-931-4375
Heritage Meadows – 1302 W Traverse Rd, 507-931-8545
Pheasants Ridge – 1807 Sunrise Dr., 507-931-0966
Realife Cooperative – 500 W Jackson St., 507-934-2902
Sunview – 1727 N Fifth St., 507-364-5312
City Office: 200 Third St. S., 507-362-8300, cityofwaterville.com
Chamber of Commerce: 507-461-9490
Library: 210 Paquin Street E., 507-362-8462 Post Office: 125 Third Street N., 507-362-4648
What to do
Bullhead Days – The annual summer celebration, from June 9-11, includes fireworks, bingo, carnival rides, great food, kids fishing content and several sporting events. Visit watervillemn.com
Hot Summer Nights – May 25, June 22, July 27, August 24 - Features a car and bike roll-in on Main Street. Bring lawn chairs, dancing shoes and enjoy outdoor music. Food, drink specials and free popcorn.
Annual Firemen’s Fire Prevention Open House - October 8.
Holiday Season Shopping Opener –November 4-6.
Sakatah Singing Hills State Park/Trail –
The 39-mile trail runs through the park/campground just east of town. Sixty-two drive-in campsites, 14 electric sites, 5 bike in sites, 2 group campsites and 1 camper cabin. Visit dnr.state.mn.us
Waterville Area Fisheries – Located just west of town, it offers presentations on fisheries management, aquatic environment and related topics. Visit www.dnr.state.mn.us.
Farmers Market – Open 3-6 p.m. Tuesdays and Fridays from July to September on Common Street near the high school football field.
City Beach – Open mid-June to mid-August. Located at 617 Reed St. N
WFD Big Bass tournament – June 10, 2023 from 6:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. prizes for the biggest fish and biggest five fish. Location: Waterville City Beach.
First Baptist – 14534 State Hwy. 60, 507-362-4314
Holy Trinity Catholic – 506 Common St., 507-362-4311
St. Andrew’s Episcopal – 210 Lake St. W, 507-362-8073
Trinity Lutheran – 415 Lake St. W, 507-362-4454
Waterville Evangelical United Methodist – 319 Main St. E, 507-362-4379
Mayo Clinic Health System Waterville –212 Lake St. E., 507-362-4221
Northern Lights Dental – Dr. William Struve, 204 S 4th St, 507-362-8474
Assisted Living/Nursing Home Facilities
Traditions of Waterville – 117 Paquin Street E., 507-362-4155