Need to get somewhere in a hurry? Public transportation is the way to go. Since 2013, Rolling Hills Transit has been providing comfortable and prompt transportation services to residents in Kasson, MN and surrounding areas including Spring Valley, MN.
Sister Luv is composed of four sisters, who have been singing together for most of their lives. They perform all different genres of music including 40's-70's Pop, Classic Country, and Gospel. Sister Luv has captured many audience's hearts across the midwest through their shows and around the world through their social media postings!
From performing at various venues, such as the Rochester Civic Theatre, & Cresco Theatre & Opera House, to private parties, large concerts, and the events of Senators and Dignitaries, Sister Luv has provided a variety of shows to multiple audiences!
Their love of singing and entertaining has led them to formally start their group, Sister Luv, to honor their Papa Bear, who passed In November 2018, after battling brain cancer. He was their greatest fan and even though he is now in heaven, he will be with them in spirit!
We invite you to visit the church built in 1876 when the James Wilder family were members. Church records reveal that pastors or presiding elders baptized and performed marriage rites for Eliza Jane and Laura Ann Wilder. Records also indicate that Almanzo and Laura (Ingalls) Wilder attended here in 1890 and 1891. When construction of the Methodist Church at 221 West Courtland began in 1876, James M. Wilder was among the early contributors. His pledge of $50 was one of the largest amounts. As early as 1858 the Methodists raised $2,000 toward a building while they continued to meet regularly in the upstairs hall at Parson's Stone Block. It wasn't until 1876 that the lot on West Courtland Street was purchased, and steps taken to build the church. The church's beautiful Victorian-Gothic architecture with 21 stained glass windows as well as the museum's two floor display of exhibits are just a few of the things that await you here in Spring Valley.
Open Daily: June, July, August
Hours: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Open Weekends: September & October
Open by appointment for groups May through October. Hours are subject to change in response COVID-19 guidelines
Tour Church Only: Adults $7.00; Students (Ages 6-17) $2.00
Tour All Buildings: Adults $10.00; Students (Ages 6-17) $3.00
The Spring Valley Public Library has been serving the community for over 100 years. We see ourselves as a gateway for patrons to access current library services and materials, to gain access to resources far and wide, and to take part in programs that fill a need in our area. We work to provide equally for those who visit the library in person and those who are using our services through the virtual world or online.