February 2018 Edina Magazine

February is a month of love but not just romantic love. In this issue we celebrate love for friends, love of sport, love for pets, love of the outdoors and of course–love of good food! 

On the Cover: Shauna Zwart and Teresa Hermes

"Meet Me in Paris" Normandale French Immersion program in Edina held a fundraiser in November 2017
Edina community members recommend books to read, wines to sip, and ways to care for your pets
Edina restaurant used customer feedback to create a new menu and atmosphere
Local style specialist pivots from brick-and-mortar retail to fashion consulting.
Baseball season is closer than you think.
Each year the Arts and Culture Commission sends out a call for sculptors to submit their work. Three sculptures are chosen by community votes to be People’s Choice Award winners, and this year’s winning sculpture is titled Lost in Space.
Joe Brandmeier’s film about marriage wins Best Documentary at the Twin Cities Film Fesitival.
Having native speakers in the classroom makes all the difference, according to the families and teachers involved in the program.
We encourage women to celebrate friendships and sisterhood this February 13th.
Rich Ruohonen plays for Team McCormick, one of five men’s curling squads that competed in the U.S. Olympic Team Trials for curling in Omaha in November
Bob Kojetin and Jean Pastor were recognized at the 2017 Volunteer Awards Reception, hosted by the City of Edina, for their tireless service to Braemar City of Lakes Figure Skating Club.
Winter can be tough on our four-legged friends. Local veterinarians offer advice for keeping our pets safe and healthy this season.
Edina resident James Tucker's first novel, Next of Kin, was published last fall as the first in a two-book deal with a series to follow.
These winter activities are sure to help your family embrace the frost!
Kimchi is served in delicious ways in Edina. Why not give these Korean inspired foods a try?
Award-winning author Patrick “Packy” Mader released "Minnesota Gold" which chronicles the compelling and inspiring stories of 57 Minnesota Olympic athletes
Edina Chamber Gala guests will walk the red carpet to support a good cause.