On July 29, 11 retailers at Nolan Mains hosted “Date Night,” offering in-store specials and experiences to invite the local community in for an evening of fun and discovery.
Who says you can’t ring in the new year from the comfort of your own home? Hunker down for a cozy celebration this winter without compromising any of the fun.
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.
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.
Last spring, artist Blake Stolpestad helped Highlands Elementary School after school program students in kindegarten through fifth grade create a large scale art installation project using yarn. Stolpestad says, “I’ve seen the spark of an artist ignite in these kids as they worked ...
After pivoting to an online only event last year, Edina’s annual July 4th celebration returns to the streets.
Creating customizable experiences for your community, Sign Gypsies Edina (SG Edina) crafts unique yard signs for individuals fit for any occasion.
Edina-based pet-calming CBD brand Kradle at the Royal Dog Days event in October. Dogs (and their families!) enjoyed this outdoor event in Lake Elmo. The Kradle King and Queen were crowned by Crunch, the Minnesota Timberwolves mascot.
What exactly is Bowl Hole you might ask? Well, it goes like this: 10 holes, just smaller than a ball, are drilled in the ice in a pattern just like traditional bowling pins at the end of a bowling lane.
Be sure to register for the upcoming Winter Wonderland at Centennial Lakes Park.