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Sylvie Saxton helps people feel fabulous. She ran a home day care for many years and now inspires other day care providers with Fabulous Provider, a step-by-step guide she created for anyone who runs a day care business.

The Rotary Club of Edina honored Lauren Morse-Wendt with this year’s Chrysanne Manoles Women in Leadership award.

University of Minnesota researcher Lauren Martin is happy to make her home in Edina. “It’s a peaceful retreat,” she says.

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Life in Edina is pretty typical for most residents. Lawn care, youth activities and trips to the cabin take up many summer weekends. The importance of family is evident, marked by so many who move into the area to be nearer to family or to enjoy all of Edina’s family-friendly amenities.

Photographer and Edina East High School graduate Bryan Singer is mostly known for his sports photography. His photographs of Edina High School athletics have earned him awards in the past two years of our Images of Edina photo contests. But Singer clearly has an eye for more than sports.

The Edina Senior Center is a whirlwind of activity. The Edina Singing Seniors practice on Mondays. You might want to follow that up with a tap dance class or a bridge game.

Consummate baseball fan and actor Bill Murray was at a St. Paul Saints game when he noticed a bunch of guys dressed in matching T-shirts and caps.

Sensing a kinship, he went over and asked, “Who are you guys?”

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Repeats every day until Sun Sep 29 2019.
Saturday, September 28, Sunday, September 29
[Arts & Performance], [Food & Drink]
A pop-up show & sale of abstract art and functional ceramic
Sunday, September 22
[Food & Drink]
A little indulgence is good for the soul. For the first time, Trapeze, the Twin Cities only bubbles bar, opens its doors to serve Sunday brunch.