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Think Hopkins

Think Hopkins is a marketing initiative sponsored by the City of Hopkins and the Hopkins Business and Civic Association. The goal is to declassify Hopkins, MN as one of the best kept secrets. You will also see strategically-placed advertising, news articles and promotions aimed at three target audiences, Hopkins residents; business owners and employees; visitors and prospective businesses and developers.

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Old Fashioned Holiday in Hopkins

Saturday, November 29th.
This year's event again coincides with Small Business Saturday. Come join the fun, and support & shop Hopkins' businesses. You have the opportunity to be a part of the event in a number of ways. View more details to find out how you can be involved and even help sponsor the event that celebrates our great community.

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Upcoming Events

ELKS Club Tree Lighting

November 28, 2014 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Downtown Park, 16 9th Avenue South, Hopkins,MN 55343, USA

Friday, November 28 6:30 p.m. Come to the Elks Club Tree Lighting Ceremony!! Downtown Park – 16 9th Avenue South Mayor (and Elk) Gene Maxwell will be emcee for the ceremony. Also attending with be Hopkins City Council , Hopkins High School Choral & Alumni, Elk Exalted Ruler Douglas Dyrland, Elk Gene Schneider Veterans Report, [...]

Old Fashioned Holiday in Hopkins

November 29, 2014 @ 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Mainstreet, Mainstreet, Hopkins,MN 55343, USA

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 2014 (Small business Saturday) The Old Fashioned Holiday in Hopkins is an annual event designed to bring customers to shop and dine in Hopkins while showcasing our historic downtown.  We need as many Hopkins businesses as possible to make this a great family fun event. This year we are spreading the event [...]


December 5, 2014 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Pub 819, 819 Mainstreet, Hopkins,MN 55343, USA

You may have noticed over the last month or so a lot of activity happening at the Hopkins Tavern location.  They are doing remodeling – including adding a full kitchen.  The work is winding down, and they are ready to re-open as Pub 819. Join Hopkins Mayor Gene Maxwell, City Council members, City Employees, HBCA [...]

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