2017 Dairy Day Celebration!

Join us on Friday, June 2nd 2017 at 11am-1:30pm in Library Square Park!

Every June the Agri-Business Committee celebrates Dairy Day in downtown Hutchinson. Dairy Day festivities include:

  • $5 lunch meal
  • Cheese samples
  • Cow milking contest
  • Live music
  • Tractors
  • Children’s activities

More details to come!

Click here for Dairy Day Volunteer Opportunities: 

Hometown Golf Challenge

Let’s Go Crazy, Let’s Go Golf! We are excited to have some fun at the Hometown Golf Challenge this year, and we want to let you in on it too!  This is a fun and easy event to highlight your business.  We typically host 100 golfers each year, and they look forward to not only golfing, but interacting with other local business people.  We have many different sponsorship opportunities available, 2017 Golf Sponsor Form

Click here for printable Registration Form: 

2017 Music in the Park

Join us for 2017 Music in the Park Concert Series! Please bring your own chairs, and blankets to use while you enjoy the FREE Concert. Mark your calendars now!


2017 Bring It Home Expo

Save the Date: April 8th, 2017!

If your business is located within a 10 mile radius of Hutchinson, please consider joining us for the Bring It Home Family Fun & Business Expo!  This Expo is designed to showcase local businesses, and remind our community to “bring their shopping dollars home,” and utilize local businesses.

**No longer accepting applications 



2017 Chamber Beach Bash Registration: January 20th, 2017


October, November, and December Table Tents

Check out what is happening in Hutchinson October, November and December!

Click here for a PDF of the Table Tent 



Thank You! Arts & Crafts 2016

September 16th & 17th we held our 42nd Annual Arts & Crafts Festival. Although the clouds and forecast looked gloomy, it turned out to be a beautiful weekend! We had close to 130 vendors this year, ranging from wood working to clothing. You name it, they will try to hand-make it. This festival was a huge success again, but not without the help of some incredible volunteers and workers. We would like to thank the following businesses for their support at Arts & Crafts

  • 3M
  • BusinessWare Solutions
  • Citizens Bank & Trust
  • Factory Direct Furniture
  • Goebel Fixture Company
  • Hutchinson Health
  • Hutchinson Public School
  • Kim Kotzer- State Farm Insurance
  • Landscape Concepts
  • MidCountry Bank
  • Novation Credit Union
  • Piehl, Hanson, Beckman, P.A.
  • Shamrock Inn
  • Southwest Initiative Foundation
  • St. Anastasia Catholic Church
  • Valley Sales of Hutchinson, Inc.
  • Vivid Image
  • West Central Sanitiation
  • Woodstone Senior Living


We would also like to put a spotlight on the backstage people of Arts & Crafts. Thank you for all your support. And a special THANK YOU to the Hutchinson Police for keeping this event safe and for all the hard work they do during this busy weekend.

  • Hutchinson City
  • Sara and Hutchinson Parks & Rec
  • Donovan Rock Star Arborist
  • Kwik Trip
  • ShopKo
  • Viking Coke


Again, THANK YOU to everyone that helped out with this event. We hope to see everyone again next year!


This Busy, Crazy, Fun, Weekend! September 16-17th, 2016

This weekend is full of fun activities for all to enjoy! We are excited to help promote the Stamp-N-Storage Warehouse Sale, Luce Line Lace Up, the Local Farmers Market, and the Library Book Sale.

Also don’t forget about the Arts & Crafts Festival & Taste of Hutchinson happening on September 16th & 17th. Like I said, its a BUSY, CRAZY, FUN,  WEEKEND!

Luce Line Lace Up:  September 17th

Located in the heart of Minnesota, Hutchinson offers the most beautiful and tranquil rural amenities you can imagine for this new running series. The Luce Line Lace-Up features the Luce Line Trail that winds itself through quiet nature offering a chance for all racers to run alongside the historic Crow River. Hutchinson offers a spectacular city-wide art sculpture exhibit, peppered along the parks and trails; some of which you’ll see in the Jaycee’s Riverside Park and the rest you can take time to see after the race! Hutchinson is home to a natural park reserve, with more wildlife than you can count as you run past. Whether you’re planning to take advantage of the flattest course around for a new PR best, or slow down and enjoy the scenery and enthusiasm of those cheering you on, the Luce Line Lace-Up will find a place in your heart and on your permanent annual race calendar!

The starting point will be at Riverside Jaycee Park. Visit the website to register for the race.

Stamp-n-Storage Warehouse Sale: September 16th & 17th

For the first time ever, Stamp-n-Storage will be hosting a Warehouse Sale inside our shop in Hutchinson, Minnesota!

25 Michigan Street SE, Suite B
Hutchinson, MN 55350

  • Shop & take 20% off of our online pricing
    • View the Stamp-n-Storage products HERE.
  • Be the first to take home our brand new Fall/Winter 2016 product catalog
  • Browse our specially discounted, one-of-a-kind Scratch & Dent products
  • Visit the Stamp-n-Storage shop where all of the products are made
  • Visit their website for more information:

Farmers Market: September 17th

Join us for another great season under our open air pavilion at 25 Adams St SE. Our vendors sell a variety of products including vegetables, fruits, honey, herbs, baked goods, flowers, preserves, crafts & meats. Follow us on Facebook for special event announcements, to praise our vendors & to contact market staff & management. We accept EBT SNAP benefits!

Open from 8am – Noon Located 2 blocks east of the Arts & Crafts Festival

Visit their website for more information

Library Book Sale: September 16th & 17th

Annual Fall Book Sale.

  • Friday 16th, 10am-6pm
  • Saturday 9am-4pm

Hutchinson Public Library  ~ 50 Hassan Street SE

Visit their website for more information

Arts & Crafts Festival: Meet some of the Vendors!

We are all excited about the selection of vendors that will be at the 42nd Annual Arts & Crafts Festival on September 16th & 17th  Keep scrolling for a little sneak peek on some of the vendors!

Michelle Moody- “Just a Little Moody”

“I have been making bath and beauty product for myself and my loved ones for years. It wasn’t until ten years ago that I decided to try to begin selling what I make. It all began because I was tired of not knowing what was in the products I used daily or not being able to pronounce all the ingredients. I soon found that I liked what I made more than what I could easily buy and so did others… and so Just a Little Moody was born!” -Michelle Moody


Carol Henke – “Carols Stitches of Love”



Jena & Aron Levandowski – “Levandowski Pottery”

Levandowski Pottery was established in April 2003, when Jena brought Aron a set of pottery tools and a membership to community studio in Minneapolis. They each began with two shelves of space in this studio, which they quickly outgrew, so they decided to expand and share a full rack of shelves.  They now form 4-5 tons of clay per year into the pots they share during their open houses, traveling shows and in galleries across Minnesota.


Terry Rien- “Wooden Hearts”



Riki McManus – “Fire Rock”

“From the mines of Minnesota to the quarries thru out the United States, we have created a unique candle concept with an original look for each and every rock.  No two rocks will ever look exactly the same.” – Riki McManus


Small Business Summit: October 4th

Directly impact your small business by attending this event. Generate ideas to build and improve your business. Build or grow you business resource network. Leave with tangible action items, greater awareness of topics timely to our business environment and renewed excitement for you work. There will be no sale pitches from the speakers!


Click here for more information and how to register. 

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