The Yancey family was one of several pioneer Black families who settled in the area that would later become Edina after the wake of the American Civil War in 1865.
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Ghosts, ghouls and goblins, oh my! It’s that time of year. Time to carve pumpkins, watch scary movies and dress up in your best costumes. A great costume is half the fun (the other half is candy of course). So check these tips for dressing to dazzle and spark conversation this Halloween.
With 500 new “dockless” bikes in Edina, residents are officially able to go green with LimeBike. All you need to do is download the app to your mobile device.
Sperides Reiners Architects has worked on over 20 projects in Edina.
Edina’s 4th of July parade looks to be as fun-filled as ever, with everything you’ve come to expect and more. “It’s an event people seem to love,” says Amanda Clarke, city liaison for the parade. “There’s not any certain thing that brings people out, it’s the whole event.”
Whether you enjoy jumping high into the air or need to let your children burn some energy on a stormy summer day, Edina’s new Sky Zone will definitely be a hoppin’ place.
There are two new attractions in Rosland Park near the playground for Edina residents to play with.
By now, most Minnesotans have sprinted to the nearest water park or pool just to feel like summer is here. With June welcoming in our long-awaited season, the Edina Aquatic Center will soon open its gates.