Contact


We’d love to hear from you! If your message requires a response we’ll strive to get back to you within one business day. If something’s not working, please provide as much detail as possible including what browser and type of device you are using. Here are a few suggestions for the subject line to help us sort things out.
  • Something’s Not Working!
  • Suggestion For The Site
  • Story Suggestion
  • Bar & Restaurant Directory Suggestion
  • Attraction Directory Suggestion
  • Shop Local Directory Suggestion

Contact Form

Submit an Event

Have an event for our calendar? Use the Submit an Event form.

LATEST STORIES

Photo Courtesy of Blue Earth County Historical Society - R.D. Hubbard House in Mankato

Keepers of the Past – Blue Earth County Historical Society

The Blue Earth County Historical Society specializes in bringing the past to life for the education and enjoyment of the people of the Greater Mankato Area.
Organic Rainbow Colored Carrots

The Local Stir – Diggin’ Roots, Shoots and Boots

Natasha Frost introduces the idea of Farm to Childcare as well as introducing some resources like Roots, Shoots and Boots
Photo by Mike Lagerquist - Detail from "Grace" the mosaic on Grace Lutheran Church at the corner of 4th and Main Streets in Mankato, MN

ARTchitecture – Grace Lutheran Church Mosaic

Mike Lagerquist provides some detail for a piece of public art that many of us drive by on a regular basis but few have taken the time to actually see.
Antique vintage typewriter, Royal Quiet Deluxe

Mankato Man – The Many Hats of Mike Lagerquist

Mike Lagerquist has been an active part of the Greater Mankato Area arts and culture scene for many years. MankatoLIFE is proud to announce that he'll be joining the team as a regular contributor.
Photo courtesy of Bob Kreuzer - The North Mankato Lift Station, nicked named "Gilligan's Island," surrounded by sandbags to hold back Minnesota River flood waters as the waters were beginning to recede.

Gilligan’s Island, Bob Kreuzer, and the Flood of 1965

During the Mankato and North Mankato Flood of 1965, workers manned shifts twenty feet below ground while sandbagging teams above made an island for the Mankato and North Mankato history books.