If you even leave the hotel, there are plenty of fun places to go.
Health & Wellness
Being recognized for your accomplishments is one of the greatest feelings in the world. Recently a forward for Edina High School’s hockey team was recognized for his skills.
Outdoor activities for kids need not always be about typical team sports. Some kids and teens prefer more individual challenges like skateboarding.
Braemar Arena and Field—famous for hosting popular events from Hornet hockey games to figure skating shows—features a wall devoted to hockey and figure skating history with a large mural.
Many schools and sports teams boast an iconic mascot. The University of Minnesota has Goldy, the Minnesota Twins have T.C. Bear and Edina has its hornet.
This past spring, Bachman’s Floral Home and Garden Center revived its spring flower show at the Galleria right here in Edina.
Our gallery pages are typically dedicated to faces of people at events. But in this case, it’s the flowers that stole the show.
Edina’s 4th of July parade looks to be as fun-filled as ever, with everything you’ve come to expect and more. “It’s an event people seem to love,” says Amanda Clarke, city liaison for the parade. “There’s not any certain thing that brings people out, it’s the whole event.”
Carpe diem, the Latin proverb translating to “seize the day,” has been a part of Edina resident Jasmine Brett Stringer’s life since high school.
Whether you enjoy jumping high into the air or need to let your children burn some energy on a stormy summer day, Edina’s new Sky Zone will definitely be a hoppin’ place.
Summer is travel season. Friends’ social media accounts fill up with photos from fabulous vacation destinations. But there are plenty of great “staycation” destinations around the metro area.