Fans of the Minnesota Twins should circle Thursday, Jan. 25, on their calendars. At 1 p.m. that day, the Twins Winter Caravan will stop at the International Wolf Center in Ely.
Doors open at 12:30 p.m. on Jan. 25. There will be no fee for admission. The Center will close at about 4 p.m.
Players and broadcasters are making the trip this year. At the Center, fans can expect to see pitcher Jose Berrios, outfielder Eddie Rosario, broadcaster Dick Bremer and the Twins mascot, TC.
Typically at the stops, Twins players and representatives each speak for a few minutes about the upcoming season. There’s usually time for questions from the audience, too. It’s expected that the stop will last about 60 minutes.
The capacity of the Center’s auditorium is approximately 150 people. Seating is not guaranteed.
Coffee and cookies will be served.
The Twins Winter Caravan stops in more than 40 communities throughout the upper midwest every winter.
Later that day in Ely, the Twins players will help kick off the Northland 300 snowmobile rally at the Grand Ely Lodge.