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Martin Luther King Jr. Day is Monday, January 19. This federal holiday helps citizens remember and reflect on the importance of King’s contribution to non-violent activism and the civil rights movement.
Try to find one person in Edina without a hockey story—and good luck. It won’t be long before you’re pulled into a story about this game, that game, hat tricks and five holes.
No matter our age, most of us need exercise to be fun in order for it to truly work. Whether you’re sick of running in circles on the track or your child is tired of chasing a ball up and down the court, exercise boredom problems can often be solved by dance.
Now that the New Year’s Eve ball has dropped, the last of the champagne is gone and the party confetti has been swept away, we’re left with our resolutions. Run a 5K. Lose 30 pounds. Eat healthier. We regard ambitious resolutions with both optimism and—if we’re honest—doubt.
Snowshoeing: Slower in pace, this pastime invites us to take a look around; it’s perfect for those clear, bright winter days.
The Minnesota high school hockey season is well underway, and the Edina Hornets are seeking a state championship title for the third year in a row.
Even in the coldest temperatures, running outside doesn’t have to slow down if you’re prepared. “It’s all about the windproof outer shell and high-tech, lighter-weight fabrics,” says Paul Horan, Gear Running Store owner.
David Yurman at the Galleria launched its Forged Carbon Collection with a shopping event to benefit the Greg Jennings Foundation.
You don’t have to go too far from home to celebrate on New Year’s Eve. Family-focused celebrations and restaurant bar specials are all over Edina.
Make a resolution to join in the revelry, and have a happy New Year!
Lori Syverson is a perfect champion for the new Life Reimagined program in Edina. She once lived in Wisconsin, a divorced 46-year-old with a good job. But when her youngest son left for college, Syverson wanted something more from life.