Press Release Summer Car Cruise-In Updates. Pipestone, MN, September 2, 2021: Tonight’s Car Cruise-In at Dahl Motors is cancelled due to inclement weather. Join us next Thursday, September 9th from 5:00 - 7:30 pm downtown Pipestone for the last Car Cruise-In of the summer! The band “Starfire” will be playing your favorite rock & roll hits from the 50’s and 60’s. Bring your car, truck, or motorcycle to this free event. Food will be available for purchase.
BREAKING NEWS: The 2021 Water Tower Festival Medallion has been FOUND on Day THREE of the Hunt! Vivian Brockberg (age 13 and eldest daughter of Kristen Brockberg & Eric G Brockberg of Pipestone, MN) is the VERY LUCKY winner of the Medallion Hunt & WINS $100 Pipestone Area Chamber Checks! She and her Mom Kristen along with her two younger sisters Aubrey (10 years old) and Elle (8 yrs old) went out today after thinking about the clues the past couple of days when they were out of town. They found within
Pipestone Historic District Scavenger Hunt Presented by the Pipestone County Historical Society. All clues and answers relate to the Pipestone Commercial Historic District. The district was established in 1977 and encompasses Main Street between 2nd Avenue East and 3rd Avenue West. In Pipestone County, there are 13 buildings individually listed on the National Register of Historic Places, in addition to the Pipestone Commercial Historic District. Click HERE for a printable scavenger hunt or stop by the
Pipestone, MN: Pipestone National Monument will be increasing visitor services on April 3, 2021, following guidance from the White House and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The National Park Service (NPS) has been working servicewide with federal, state, and local public health authorities to closely monitor the COVID-19 pandemic, and Pipestone has remained open for outdoor experiences throughout the pandemic. The Pipestone National Monument visitor center lobby and museum exhibits will
The Pipestone Area Community Foundation (PACF) recently received a donation of $25,000 from the estate of Patricia Schuster. Pat was born Patricia Gillin in 1925 and graduated from Pipestone High School before moving to Minneapolis during World War II. She maintained her ties to the area and often returned to visit her sister Kay Wilson and other friends in the community. Pat developed a love of horses from an early age and kept to her roots in Edina where she and her husband Gordon raised horses, sheep,