Arts & Culture

Planting Trees for Arbor Day

This year marks the 150th anniversary of Arbor Day. You might be thinking—wait, didn’t Arbor Day already happen? Yes, in fact it was on April 29. However, the city of Edina is publicly observing it on May 6—and you’re welcome to join.

Zaylore Stout and interviewer Barbara LaValleur

Speaking of Authors … is a collaborative effort between the Edina Art Center and the City of Edina Communication Department. These recorded episodes are hosted by Edina Art Center general manager Susan Tarnowski alongside local interviewer, Barbara LaValleur.

Rosie costume

From Mary Poppins to Rosie the Riveter, Elizabeth Kriel has designed, thrifted and found DIY Halloween costumes for her daughter Lilly for over five years now, all without touching a sewing machine.

Chalkboard Candle Co. coconut wax candles and melts

After burning hundreds of candles in her own home, veteran teacher Kari Miller-Palmborg decided to combine her desire to create natural, pure scented candles with her passion for bringing awareness to the work that teachers do for future generations.

painted brick on exterior of house

A fair amount of homeowners have given their interiors a glow-up, a redo, a transformation—call it what you will. But all that effort begs the question—now what?

Yours Cheerfully

A.J. Pearce first introduced intrepid junior journalist Emmeline Lake in her funny and heartbreaking novel, Dear Mrs.

Dan Raphael, Prairie

“The essential joy of being with horses is that it brings us in contact with the rare elements of grace, beauty, spirit and freedom.”  - Sharon Ralls Lemon

entry hall

While often overlooked, the entryway is the place that welcomes people, and in some cases, might be the only place visitors see.

About to Take Flight - Lisa Asp

We regularly feature photo submissions from our Images of Edina photo contest in the pages of Edina Magazine and online.

Local performers provided summer weekend entertainment for visitors of Nolan Mains plaza in the 50th and France Business District. Watch for many more upcoming family friendly events in this wonderful new space near lots of local shopping and dining.

The arts are making a comeback this year at the Edina Art Center after being closed last year due to COVID-19 restrictions. The pandemic posed many challenges for community members who enjoyed viewing exhibitions and taking art courses at the center.

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