Money Honeys: A Women's Investment Club. For these Edina women, an investment club serves as a safe place to discuss the economy and take financial risks.
While summer may feel like a distant memory, Edinborough Park in Edina preserves the weather and fun of warmer months year-round. “Our tagline is that it’s sunny and 70 degrees all year round,” says assistant manager Dawn Beitel.
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Salut Bar Americain
Tavern on France
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Tavern on France
No Sign of Nessy (above)
Per and Annika Christensson visit Loch Ness in Scotland with their favorite magazine.
“It’s kind of a funny story,” says Julie Prior-Miller about the origins of her Images of Edina award-winning photo.
Since 1997, community religious leaders have served as fire and police chaplains to support the enforcement community in Edina. Sgt. Nate Mendel invited Edina Magazine to speak with the chaplains during their monthly meeting in August.
Originating in the 1950s, the Wanderers started as a club where women new to Edina could meet other Edina women through social activities. Back then, the group went by the name Edina Newcomers and then Edina Newcomers and Friends.
The Edina Hockey Association continues to grow, hosting several tournaments each year. Along with the Braemar 50th anniversary celebration in December, the arena also hosts several large tournaments each year, with teams from around the country for some, and from around the world for others.
Many families will bring their children to meet Santa at the mall during the Christmas season, but in Edina, residents also have a chance to see Santa in his naturally chilly environment.
Looking for a connection? The Edina Resource Center is in the business of connecting people to organizations that can help, on subjects ranging from financial or legal support to transportation.
Lisa Hafey’s photo “Say Cheese” took top honors in the Doing Business category of the 2015 Images of Edina photo contest. During a regular day at Jerry’s Foods, Hafey, with her Canon Rebel camera, visited Carolyn, pictured in back, and Mary, in front, at the cheese sampling table.