The Rumriver Art Center is located in The Old Milk Factory – 2665 4th Ave – in historic Anoka along the beautiful Rum River. We occupy suites 102, 103, 108 and 201. Our main entrance is at suite 103.
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Please contact us with any comments or questions at the following phone number or e-mail address.
Phone Number: 763-323-8830
Non-Profit 501(C)(3) Organization Tax ID 45-5548481
Monday – Friday, 9:30am – 3:00pm
Someone may be available beyond those hours and if there is a class scheduled on our CALENDAR there will likely be someone at the Art Center. Please call 763-323-8830 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org first to make arrangements if you need to stop in outside of our office hours.
Where do I enter?
We have many studio spaces and entrances here at Rumriver Art Center and it can be confusing to figure out which door you need to enter from! We try to make sure we have the studio and suite number indicated on all of our class listing descriptions so check there to see where your class will be held. The office/café and Main Entrance are at Suite 103. The North Studio is at Suite 108. The South Studio and Wheel Studio are at Suite 102. The Upstairs Studio is at Suite 201.
2665 4th Avenue North, Suites 102, 103, 108 & 201
Anoka, MN 55303
(Old Milk Factory Building)
Northstar Line Route 888
Bus Routes 805 & 850
Need help finding us? Call 763.323.8830 or e-mail us at email@example.com
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Major Highway 10 Road Construction Resumes Near RRAC
Major work on the Highway 10 Anoka road reconstruction project has resumed for the second year and will significantly impact getting to Rumriver Art Center. Please allow yourself extra time to get here and plan your route ahead of time. The first traffic impact will be a full weekend closure of Hwy 10, and the closure of Ferry St. at Hwy 10 through fall 2023. Beginning 10 p.m. Fri, March 17, Hwy 10 will be closed in both directions between Ferry St. and 7th Ave. in Anoka until 5 a.m. Mon, March 20. The weekend closure will allow crews to safely demolish and remove the Ferry St. bridge over Hwy 10. Crews will work 24-hours a day during the weekend closure, and residents in the area may experience some round-the-clock noise, lights and vibrations. After the weekend closure, Hwy 10 will reopen with a single lane of traffic in each direction from Ferry St. to 7th Ave. through fall 2023 as crews resume work for the season. Ferry St. will remain closed at Hwy 10 through fall 2023 as crews build the new bridge. Check out the Minnesota Department of Transportation Highway 10 Anoka Project webpage for the most up to date information.