The Theraputic Benefits of Art. Edina's Healing Circle project invites students to get creative.
Arts & Culture
Look no further than Centennial Lakes Park for a beautiful walk and a reconnection to nature. Most days in summer, you’ll also find exciting musical acts.
For many children, weather can seem like a chaotic and random phenomenon. KARE 11 meteorologist Belinda Jensen hopes to change that notion with her new series, Bel the Weather Girl.
Take a 5k vacation by registering for the Color Run, coming to the Twin Cities on July 10!
Olivia Chen started drawing when she was only 8 years old. Initially, Chen started sketching because of her sister, saying, “My mom signed me up for classes because my sister wanted to take them.” But Chen soon found that she liked drawing classes more than she expected.
Many teachers tell students to color inside the lines. But what if coloring outside the lines and being true to one’s own unique style can make you a successful graphic artist? Edina resident Maverick Engelhart is doing just that.
The Edina Art Fair (EAF) first hit the sidewalks of 50th Street in 1966. To celebrate the art fair’s 50th anniversary, organizers have pulled together a lineup that will feature new elements along with tried-and-true favorites.
Matty Harris is a 30-year-old Edina native who came up through the ranks of the Edina band program, starting on clarinet in fifth grade and switching to the saxophone in seventh grade.
If reading is not at the top of your child’s list of things to do this summer, check out these exciting area programs and incentives, and their tune may change. The Edina Library will continue its annual Read Write Draw program this summer.
As you plan for this season’s gardening, the annual Edina Garden Council plant sale should definitely be on your radar.