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A child plays mini golf at Centennial Lakes Park

Three months of summer can lead to boredom.

An Edina Fire Department truck rolls down the road as part of the Fourth of July parade.

The Fourth of July parade represents part of what’s best in Edina.

Edina City Manager Scott Neal

Scott Neal helps Edina be its best.

South Walton Beach, a hidden vacation spot on Florida's panhandle.

Twenty years of keeping a secret is a good run but when National Geographic calls you out in their Best Trips in 2019, it’s time to come clean in the beautiful waters of South Walton Beach on Florida’s panhandle.

A graphic that reads "Meet Your Winners, Edina Magazine Best of '19 Readers' Choice"

Bookmark this Best of Edina list as a handy guide to the best doctors, chiropractors, clothing stores, interior decorators and more.

Children perform as pirates at Morningside Theatre Company.

The Morningside Theatre Company teaches children what it takes to put on a show.

A woman embraces her dog.

It’s proven that people who include their dogs in their everyday lives tend to forge better bonds and longer lasting friendships with them.

A mother and daughter wear pink breast cancer awareness shirts.

Make plans to head out this Mother’s Day to celebrate moms by participating or cheering on participants in the 27th annual Race for the Cure on Sunday, May 12 at Southdale Center in Edina.

Seniors at the Edina Senior Center play a game of bridge.

If you are looking for a bridge game in Edina, there is ample opportunity to play—bring a partner or come alone for sanctioned and unsanctioned games—at the Edina Senior Center.

A participant works a lock at Missing Pieces escape room in Edina

Owned, operated and designed by a local family, Missing Pieces is your one-stop-shop for all things problem solving–for fun.

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Tuesday, March 17
[Arts & Performance]
SMA presents An Evening with Gaelic Storm at 7:30PM on Tuesday, March 17 at The Fitzgerald Theater! Tickets on sale now at suemclean.com, etix.com, charge by phone at 800-514-3849 or in person at First Avenue's ticketing locations.
Saturday, February 8
[Benefits & Fundraisers]
The Fight For Air Climb is one of the American Lung Association’s signature fundraising events. These stair climbs are held in prominent skyscrapers, giving participants the opportunity to join together with friends, family and co-workers to climb to the top of the building! Your participation will raise the funds necessary to help provide life-saving lung health education, research and advocacy efforts.