December 2017 Edina Magazine

There’s a little something for everyone in each issue of Edina Magazine. This month bakers, pet lovers, art lovers and holiday shoppers are going to love what’s in store.

Our cover art features edible architecture from Sweet Retreat Bakery, photo by Tate Carlson

This year's Leadership Awards Breakfast. Community members recognized people who demonstrated leadership and positive values.
Edina community members recommend what to read, drink, and listen to this December
When it comes to Christmas, the Christmas Corner has you covered.
Christmas is right around the corner. Protect your pets from seasonal hazards. This month, Ann Platt, owner of Pets Are Inn, shares some seasonal safety tips for your pets.
Stop into Harriet and Alice this winter and be inspired to create something cozy and beautiful.
Dugo owner Nancy Shank helps women step out in style.
Visitors will mostly likely be attracted to the new wing of the Galleria, but expect to be dazzled by the seasonal décor as well.
“Every dog comes with its own quirks,” photographer Lisa Asp says. “It takes a lot of time to get to know how they’ll respond to getting their picture taken.”
Local bakers create gingerbread replicas of Twin Cities landmarks.
We have this year's ultimate go-to list for holiday gifts! Shop local to dazzle.
Owners of Crafty Wilhelmina hope to offer their customers hope and personal meaning with a personally designed home décor sign.
Veterinarians share insights into their work and pet ownership.
Beacon Interfaith Housing Collaborative seeks to provide shelter to young adults.
We’re betting families still love traditional board games.
Edina filmmaker says her work is about telling stories.
How cursive writing could become a code language.
A cultural cookie recipe from my Norwegian mother-in-law.
The Edina Invitational remains an important community event.
CoV opens its second location in the Galleria this winter.