If you even leave the hotel, there are plenty of fun places to go.
Health & Wellness
Titled “OlymPOPS”, this year’s pops concert served up an Olympic themed performance.
When sitting on a roller coaster, you probably don’t marvel at the feat of engineering you’re experiencing. However, without a very smart person behind the scenes focusing on every twist and turn, your safety would be at risk.
Edina Rotary Club member John Flynn was honored with a 2014 Connecting with Kids Leadership Award for his outstanding volunteer work with Camp Enterprise, a leadership camp for high school students.
Edina gardener Rosanne Malevich adds interest to her landscape with a collection of rabbit sculptures. Beginning with one statue, a gift from her husband 10 years ago, the Malevichs’ collection has grown to more than 15 bunnies in various spots around their yard.
To kick off our annual Prep Elite issue, in which we highlight accomplished high school students, let us introduce you to Edina High School seniors Tanner Sparrow and Ben Foley, a pair of friends and teammates who have been tearing up the football field together since eighth grade.
Some of the great exhibitions at the Edina Historical Society stem from curious museum visitors. Folks drop in to learn more about the community or reminisce, and occasionally ask to see historical artifacts related to specific time periods, events or people.
The theme of the Edina Chamber event was “A Night in Monaco” and featured a silent auction and casino style games at the Edina Country Club in February.
Fresh fruit adds a sweet smack to summer dishes. Whether chopped, sliced or whole, puréed, raw or cooked, a punch of juicy fruit packs seasonal flavor and an assortment of healthy vitamins, as well as fiber. Here are some Edina restaurant menu items that showcase fruit at its best.
Red’s Savoy Pizza has been a mainstay in downtown St. Paul since the early 1960s. Their claim to fame has been their spicy sauce and sausage, generous toppings and the addition of sauerkraut on their pies.