ⓘ Kenyon, Minnesota

                                     

ⓘ Kenyon, Minnesota

Kenyon is a city in southwestern Goodhue County, Minnesota, United States, located along the North Fork of the Zumbro River. It was founded in 1856 and named in honor of Kenyon College. It is known for the Boulevard of roses on main street, which is the namesake of the town festival "Rosefest" held every August. The population was 1.815 at the 2010 census.

                                     
  • Kenyon Township is a township in Goodhue County, Minnesota United States. The population was 437 at the 2000 census. Kenyon Township was organized in
  • Kenyon - Wanamingo High School is a high school in Kenyon Minnesota United States. Kenyon - Wanamingo fields teams in baseball, basketball, cheerleading
  • The Kenyon Public Library is a public library in Kenyon Minnesota USA. It is a member of Southeastern Libraries Cooperating, the SE Minnesota library
  • Cheshire since 1974 Kenyon Junction railway station a closed junction station United States Kenyon Minnesota Kenyonville, New York Kenyon Rhode Island, a
  • Hauge Lutheran Church is a historic church in Kenyon Township, Goodhue County, Minnesota The church was built between 1871 1888 1875 using stone from
  • in the town of Kenyon Minnesota United States. Kenyon and the nearby town of Wanamingo joined school districts in 1990, creating Kenyon - Wanamingo High
  • Citizens Bank of Kenyon Brusletten entered in local government in Kenyon Minnesota and was the local postmaster. He served in the Minnesota House of Representatives
  • April 5, 1946 was an American lawyer. Born in Kenyon Minnesota Hilton moved to Fergus Falls, Minnesota in 1879 and graduated from Fergus Falls High School
  • Wisconsin in 1860 and moved to Kenyon Minnesota where Grose was born in 1862. Grose attended primary school in Kenyon after which he traveled to St
  • the United States beginning in 1920. Volstead was born in Kenyon Goodhue County, Minnesota to Norwegian - American parents Jon Einertson Vraalstad John
  • unincorporated community in Kenyon Township, Goodhue County, Minnesota United States. The community is located southeast of Kenyon at the junction of State
  • southeast Minnesota between Le Roy, Adams, Brownsdale, Hayfield, Dodge Center, West Concord, Kenyon and Hampton. Highway 56 begins near the Minnesota - Iowa