Green Lake was host to the 2018 Minnesota Governor's Fishing Opener!
Archives for November 2019
Edward Dethlefs, a north shore Green Lake resident named the City of Spicer in his will in 1978, leaving the city approximately 280 acres of farmland. The funds were to be used for the elderly community of Spicer. A Senior Citizens Multi-purpose building was constructed on what was part of the former site of a drive-in-theater.The first meals were prepared at the Senior Citizens Multi-purpose building on January 2, 1979. Today, LSS Meals are still being served on weekdays along with the Meals
Over the past 10 years the Spicer Beautification Committee has sponsored several public art projects: “Fish Gone Wild”, “Poles Gone Wild”, “Chairs Gone Wild” and the latest “Artists Gone Wild”. Funding for each project has been through grants awarded from the Southwest Minnesota Arts Council (SMAC) with matching contributions from the Willmar Area Arts Council and the City of Spicer. This public art project showcases the work of Spicer Area and greater surrounding area artists. Past public
“Explore Spicer” Maybe you’ve heard of Spicer on Green Lake…or you may know us as home of the New London-Spicer Wildcats…or that “Spicer is Nicer”. Spicer is all of these things and so much more! Spicer is a community that is growing and changing. We are lake people and we are entrepreneurs. We love boats and we love trails and all the fun and beauty the four seasons offer. We love shopping and dining and dancing the night away in our community…Spicer on Green Lake. Spicer offers a wonderful