Where to find us during COVID-19!

During normal times, you can find Minnesota Parent at more than 1,000 free rack sites in the Twin Cities. 

Unlike newsstand magazines, our copies are always free — unless you want them mailed to your home every month. (That costs $18 a year.)

During the pandemic and the ensuing lockdown, we’re actually still delivering copies at independent grocery stores (see the list below), Walgreens locations, many childcare centers (list below) and anywhere else that’s still open during this crisis. (As a news organization, we’re deemed an “essential business,” so that’s why we’re able to continue operations.)

If you’re used to using our rack finder page, please forgive us. It’s down at the moment and we won’t be reinstating it until after the pandemic passes and we are at full delivery capacity.

If you’re not able to pick us up while you’re out for essentials, you can virtually flip through the pages of our e-edition at issuu.com/minnesotaparent, or you can explore all the latest articles at mnparent.com. 

Wanna subscribe?

Finally, if you’ve always wanted to get Minnesota Parent at home by mail, now is a great time to subscribe. It’s $18 a year. Sign up at mnparent.com/subscribe.

Now what?

During COVID-19, we will deliver Minnesota Parent (when allowed) to:


*Childcare centers such as New Horizon Academy, KinderCare, Kinderberry Hill, Especially for Children, Goddard’s, Step By Step, Tutor Time, Anna’s Bananas;

*Business centers;

*Churches, if open;

*Residential facilities;

*Medical facilities;

*Restaurants open for takeout: Our delivery drivers will make field decisions in many cases. If a restaurant is open for takeout, for example, we will leave some copies;

*Supermarkets, such as:


St. Paul:

North Metro:

East Metro:

South Metro:

West Metro: 

You also pick up our sister publication, Minnesota Good Age, at most of the stores above! 

On hold … for now 

During COVID-19 closures, we will NOT deliver at athletic facilities (such as YMCA); schools/ECFE’s; community and senior centers; and libraries.

Thank you, parents, for sticking with us during this crazy time!