- Free and open to the public.
- Jun 28, 2014
Dixieland jazz music with performances by a variety of jazz musicians including ragtime with Barbary Coast, Blue Ox Jazz Babies, Rag Time Piano and the Gate City Jazz Band
Other Date Information
- Hours of the Festival are 12:00 p.m.-6:45 p.m.
- Accessible to Disabled
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700 Terrace Heights
Winona, MN 55987
Call: (507) 457-6921
22852 County Road 17
Winona, MN 55987
Call: (507) 454-3767
Signatures Restaurant & Event Center is collocated with The Bridges Golf Club on Winona County Road 17, just southeast of the City of Winona. Signatures rests near the elegant limestone bluffs that spring up on the edge of the beautiful Mississippi River Valley. This setting is enhanced by an abundant display of perennial plants and trees that weave together the tranquil and natural surroundings with our contemporary-designed building.
Our restaurant and event center is built with elegant, modern architecture and is equipped with all the sound, lighting, communication facilities, and technical accommodations necessary for successful meetings and events. We offer ample space for large group functions as well as versatility for the needs of smaller group activities.
Guests receive outstanding quality and choice of food at Signatures. Our culinary offerings and the clean, quality atmosphere have been awarded the AAA Three Diamond Rating. We pride ourselves on exceptional customer service as we bring you a dynamic menu featuring gourmet entrees, homemade desserts, and a full service bar.
Visitors' Center is located at 924 Huff St and the hours are MO-SA 9am-5pm and SU 11am-4pm, April-October. FR - SA 11am - 4pm, Nov. -March. Closed mid-December - March 31.
Still nearly surrounded by water, life in this historic (1851) city (population 27,069) centers on the river. If you like magnificent views of our river valley, head to Garvin Heights Overlook. The view from 575' above the Mississippi is 20-30 miles up and down the valley, as a Japanese journalist said, "makes your jaw drop."
Because the Mississippi brought great wealth to Winona early, its commercial and residential buildings are of an opulent style not common in Minnesota. Many also boast fabulous interiors and stained glass windows made by Tiffany and other famous studios. Writers have called Winona the "Stained Glass Capital of the United States!"
There are over 100 sites on the National Register in Historic downtown Winona. Besides many city parks like Garvin Heights, the Winona area is central to five state parks (Minnesota-3, Wisconsin- 2), and two national wildlife and fish refuges: Upper Mississippi River National Wildlife and Fish Refuge and Trempealeau National Refuge.
Recreational facilities in Winona complement those in the parks. Great golfing at 3 courses plus area courses nearby. Exceptional swimming at the Bob Welch Aquatic Center, a state of the art Olympic-size pool including a 209 foot water slide. Winona has many scenic bike routes with a special 5.5 mile paved path around 300-acre Lake Winona. Brochures highlighting Winona and area bike trails also points out canoeing opportunities.
The Mississippi near Winona is a maze of bays and channels with some places so secluded that there is no sign of civilization. Fishing is excellent, and more than 290 species of birds can be found.
Festivals and events include Frozen River Film Festival, Great Dakota Gathering and Homecoming, Steamboat Days, Great River Shakespeare Festival, Minnesota Beethoven Festival, Swan Watch Weekends, and more. Many events are provided through Winona State University and St. Mary's University. Simply Beautiful: Winona, The Island City on the Mississippi River!
160 Johnson St
Winona, MN 55987
The region’s largest museum showcases the history of Winona County. It is located in downtown Winona at 160 Johnson Street in the historic former National Guard Armory (1915), and the recently opened modern Laird Norton Addition.