Last year, Edina Give and Go was able to provide over $160,000 in athletic, art and academic funding to over 250 Edina Public School students in need.
Shops & Business
Though Amy Brace had been baking her whole life, she never imagined it would become a full-time career. Then, she became obsessed with the television show Cupcake Wars and started to take baking seriously. Now, she’s opened her second bakery—this one in Edina at Southdale Center.
Local volunteers travel annually to South American communities to help provide clean water and build shelters.
Anyone who works out regularly knows fitness apparel is important. It must be comfortable to move in, needs to dry quickly and needs to last. These are the reasons why Tooth X Nail is now open in Edina.
50th and France is known for amazing and unique shops, and this past March it welcomed a boutique all the way from Lakeville: Pink Door Boutique.
There is an old saying that goes, “Doing good makes you feel good.” There have even been studies done on the effects of carrying out good deeds, large and small. News stories of everyday people who make their mark in their communities are reported all the time.
One of Edina’s most beloved boutiques, Evereve, is giving its corporate office space a bit of a makeover. With a growing business, expansion was a perfect idea.
Some of the best ideas are generated from a day at the lake, not in the boardroom. In 2006, after owning a successful plastic fabricating company for 20 years, Edina resident Kurt Kuno purchased Terra Products, a garden pottery wholesale import distribution business in Lakeville.
Among several great retail additions, Z Gallerie is one of two new home décor shops that have recently opened at the Galleria.
You may have seen them around town… Eddy and Sully, the trained therapy dogs, and their person Barb Verhague, volunteer with several organizations in Edina. Eddy and Sully are hard to miss. In fact, Verhague says people light up when they see them.
We all have goals, and most can’t deny reaching those goals can often be difficult. One Edina resident, though, has finally done just that, bringing two of her passions into one business.