Congratulations to the following button drawing winners! $100 - Courtney Algeo $100 - Joe Peter $100 - Guy Harris $100 - Stephany Roessler $100 - Jeannetta Terry $500 - Karan Olson $1,000 - Lisa Zacharias $1,500 - Pam Schulz
And officially the 85th Annual Hopkins Raspberry Festival has come to an end... Thank you to all of those who came out and supported this year’s festival! We always appreciate seeing the joy and happiness that it brings to so many. What an amazing community we have here! Looking forward to many more spectacular years!
Due to the next band of storms coming in with high winds and lightning, the Marketplace Fair has been cancelled. The Families in the Park Event and all indoor activities are still on as scheduled.
The Golden Raspberry has been found! It was located at the Overpass Skate Park. Congratulations, Gary Wong! We will see you on Saturday at the Families in the Park Event to claim your prize!
All hands on deck, let’s start to make your search more golden! But for needed success, some history to make you embolden! Remember it’s before 20,19 where this years search occurs. Near an old gravel pit, near where Mr. Adams visited, please refer!
Clue #2 - The search for the Golden Raspberry is on; you’re starting to get warm! But as you’re carving out a path, tough clues have become the norm! Since most of Hopkins was once farms, that wouldn’t be a clue. This year, it’s not in the grass, someplace more urban. That’d be true!
The Hunt for the Golden Raspberry is on! Good luck, and happy hunting! Clue #1 - It’s the 2019 Raspberry Festival, 85 years of Hopkins fun! For this year's Golden Raspberry, you’d better prepare to be #1! No need to look far to the east, and there’s no need to look far to the west; From [...]
Thank you all for attending the Ice Cream Social! With the support of the Hopkins Activity Center and The Men's Shed organization, we served 662 Raspberry Sundaes!
Attention all parade spectators! A sensory friendly zone has been created for the grande day parade between 16th and 17th Avenue on Mainstreet. Events that are widely viewed as fun for the whole family can be overwhelming and intolerable for children or adults who are sensitive to noise and vibrations. Creating this sensory friendly zone [...]
Drupelets The bumps on raspberries or blackberries have their own name—drupelets. Raspberries and blueberries are technically “aggregate fruits” because their flowers form drupelets instead of whole fruit, per dictoinary.com.