Attend our September and October Events

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Join our staff at these great events. Be sure to follow us on our Facebook page for information on these events or pictures from other events you may have missed. 

9/7 Southern Minnesota Economic Summit
8:00 a.m. -12:00 p.m.
Rochester International Event Center, 7333 Airport View Dr. SW, Rochester, MN

Economic experts and industry executives will share their economic expectations, specifically regarding the manufacturing industry, for 2018.

9/10 Hesper-Mabel Steam Engine Days Parade
12:00 p.m.
Main Street in Mabel, MN 
9/12 Finding the Balance Retirement Planning Event
5:00 -7:30 p.m
Merchants Bank in Winona-DowntownFeatured sessions with expert speakers:

  • The basics of social security
  • Estate planning
  • Income for life

Plus, 10-15 minute ongoing round table discussions:

  • Benefits of Having a Will
  • Financial and Medical Power of Attorney
  • Health Savings accounts
  • Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs)
  • Banking on your gadgets
  • Bridging the Healthcare Gap
  • Long-Term Care
9/14-9/15 Applefest Open House
During Regular Business Hours
Merchants Bank in La CrescentMerchants Bank staff will be serving locally-grown apples, apple cookies and coffee in the bank lobby.
9/15 Cannon Falls Customer Appreciation
Merchants Bank in Cannon FallsPlease join us for grilled hot dogs, served with all the fixings, and refreshments in our parking lot.
9/17 Applefest Parade & Food Explosion
1:00 p.m.
Elm & Main Streets in La Crescent, MNMerchant Bank staff will be collecting food and cash donations during the parade. Please consider supporting the La Crescent Food Share Program with a donation.
9/21 Hampton Community Appreciation
4:30 – 6:30 p.m.
Hampton City Hall Community Room
5265 238th Street East, Hampton, MNPlease join us for dinner – featuring a pull pork sandwich, potato salad and refreshments.
9/26 Winona Economic Summit – “Building a Better Business Climate”
8:00 -12:00 p.m.
Tau Center in WinonaSeveral speakers, including Senator Jeremy Miller, and panel of experts will discuss new solutions for workforce issues in our area, the Minnesota economy, local housing issues and more.

Admission is $40 for Winona Area Chamber of Commerce members and $60 for non-members.