During March, Edina families were asked to stay home to help keep people safe from the coronavirus. Before a stricter statewide mandate took effect, Molly Andresen and Hillary Wallace teamed up to photograph families on the front steps of their homes.
On Christmas Day in 2013, Kay Johnson and her son, Nathan, and daughter, Quinn, shared a meal with more than 1,200 guests.
Keep those cherished holiday traditions alive for your children with a trip to the shopping mall for a chance to meet Santa Claus. Santa will be listening to wishes at Southdale Center through December 24.
Edina resident Mary Younggren has been active in the community for a long time. “I am a person of faith, and I believe that we are meant to serve others,” says Younggren, whose social work background has reinforced this belief.
Sharyn and Mike Meagher of Edina shared one of their favorite magazines with the leprechauns of Killarney, Ireland.
Last November, Sarah Pettit’s then 16-month-old daughter Audrey was enthralled with carolers singing at the 50th and France annual tree-lighting ceremony. She ran around in front of them, a pom on her knit hat bouncing joyfully behind her.
Maiden Minnesota, a celebration of Minnesota-based, women-owned businesses, partners with Dress for Success Twin Cities, whose mission is “to empower women to achieve economic independence by providing a network of support, professional attire and the development tools to help women thrive in wor
Cousins Julia Huseby and Tommy Stattine take a break with Edina Magazine while in Washington D.C. with their grandparents Greg and Katy Stattine of Edina.
Something New for the Best of Edina 2017!
Voting for our annual readers’ choice poll will take place January 1-31, 2017 here on the site and finalists will be posted online in March.
Look for the winners in the July 2017 issue of Edina Magazine!
Edina Community Lutheran Church has been undergoing a renovation and expansion since October 2015. “The church had old infrastructure and needed more educational space and a lot of updating was needed,” says Erik Strand, one of two pastors at Edina Community Lutheran Church.