The Hallberg Center for the Arts is open again , but to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 and for the health and well-being of our visitors, volunteers and the community, we will be placing some requirements and limits on visitors and voluteers.  We will be open normal hours Thursday through SaturdayVolunteers and guests will be required to wear a mask (if you don't have one, we will provide on for you).  We are limiting the total volunteers and guests to a total of 15 people in the gallery at any given time.  Sanitizer will be available.  Social distancing is required.

Thanks for your understanding.  Everyone at The Wyoming Area Creative Arts Community.

B&N Sheet Metal

B & N Sheet Metal is an established and modern, state-of-the-art sheet metal manufacturing and fabricationfacility located minutes north of the Twin Cities in Wyoming, Minnesota.

Since 1976, B & N has manufactured a wide variety of precision crafted, high quality sheet metal components to meet the most demanding customer requirements in the Twin Cites area, Minnesota, across the United States of America, and around the world.

First State Bank of Wyoming

First State Bank of Wyoming has proudly served Wyoming, Minnesota and the surrounding community since 1914 when E. R. McClintick (Mac), with the help of a group of prominent citizens, organized the Bank. As a "full service" bank, it has provided friendly, personal and courteous service to the community.

Myles Giese began managing the bank in the 1970's. His daughter, Bea along with her husband, Myron, remain leading the organization today with the help of their sons, Mark and Tim, and an experienced staff. The staff totals over 500 years of employment at First State Bank of Wyoming and the average employee has over 13 years of service!

Hallberg Family Foundation

The Hallberg Family Foundation provided the first and to date the most generous contribution of $100,000 to the Wyoming Area Creative Arts Community to help purchase a building and create a center for the arts in Wyoming, MN.

The Hallberg Family Foundation is a non profit corporation located in Forest Lake, Minnesota. Charitable donations to this organization are deductible. This organization benefits philanthropy, voluntarism and grantmaking foundations, focusing specifically on corporate foundations programs.

Karla Peterson, Real Estate Realtor & Broker

Karla Peterson, a real estate broker and Realtor® with Get You Moved Realty, has been helping home buyers find their dream home and sellers get the most out of their home for over 30 years. 

Working as a real estate professional throughout Minnesota, Karla takes great pride in listening to her clients then guiding them through the process of buying a new home or selling their existing home, utilizing her years of experience as a realtor and broker, and her love and passion for interior design and knowing what it takes to transform a house into a home.

(Eric Peterson donated this website for the Wyoming Area Creative Arts Community.)

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In 1995, General Safety Equipment became Rosenbauer’s first partner in the US. The company, which is based in Wyoming, Minnesota, was founded in 1929 by Kevin Kirvida’s, the current president, grandfather. General Safety firmly established its tradition of manufacturing top-of-the-line apparatus in 1950, when General Safety’s production work for military bases received the U.S. Army-Navy’s E Award, the highest recognition given to civilian companies. Over the course of the next four decades, the company’s reputation continues to grow. General Safety now produces pumpers, aerials, airport crash vehicles and industrial units. They are regarded as one of America’s leading providers of finely crafted, customized fire apparatus. Today, it forms Rosenbauer Minnesota.

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