April 2018 Edina Magazine

In this issue, we've shared our garden dreams, from home and landscape rennovation to planting a "smoothie" garden for fresh ingredients in your own backyard. This issue will have you green all over with spring fever!

On the cover: Smoothie recipes page 30.

Edina community members recommend books to read, wines to sip, and ways to care for your pets
Edina Thespians prepare to show us the “funny” side of conflict.
Any gardener knows the reward of plunking a homegrown fruit or vegetable onto the table, or in this case, into the blender.
Edina teen Ben Lee discovers poetry as an outlet and opportunity.
One Edina couple engaged MA Peterson and Tabor Group Landscape to rethink their home and yard to more fully include the great outdoors.
Levi Severson might be the fastest man in Edina.
Last September Maya was cast as "Clara," the lead in the Twin Cities Ballet’s (TCB) "A Minnesota Nutcracker." It was the second time the teen played the role.
"Inside Shadows" is Edina alum and author Thomas Pfeifer’s story of triumph over fear.
Each October, the Edina Art Center holds its annual Members’ Juried Art Exhibition featuring work by Art Center members. Many of these artists also take classes at the Center even if they don’t live in the city.
For the first time, the MIA will host the 2018 Simpson Housing Services' "Art 4 Shelter" event, a nonprofit organization that works to find both short- and long-term affordable housing for individuals, families and children experiencing homelessness.
Edina High School senior Anand Mittal, author of "Conquer Mathematics."
Judy Tullius is named general manager for city’s iconic mall.
"Casa de Corazon" will open a second Edina location this spring.
Rather than a race, this "run around the lake" encourages donations to organizations such as the Angel Foundation.