July 2017 Edina Magazine

In the July issie, cabin owners share packing tips for your weekend getaway.

A play off of Edina’s Wine & Canvas events, Pints and Paint at Braemar Golf Course gives participants the same experience of creating art while imbibing beer instead of wine.

Centennial Lakes Park bustles with the excitement of a summer farmers market on Thursday afternoons and evenings.
Excitement builds when a new restaurant arrives in town. Coalition brings another solid dining option to 50th & France.

When it comes time to raise a glass, Barrio, Pittsburgh Blue and Rojo Mexican Grill have all the right stuff. Edina restaurant goers have plenty to cheer with ever-expanding happy hour options in Edina.

Cocina del Barrio

Carrie Voda has been practicing yoga for 13 years and has been teaching yoga for the past eight, mainly at the Linden Hills YogaFit and Blooma.
Summer for many brings anticipation of summer blockbuster movies.

The weekend migration—cabin (or is it cottage?) owners know it well.

Entrepreneurs Todd and Kathy Laabs grew up in Iowa. They met at an MBA program at the University of Iowa.
In this day and age, it’s refreshing to stumble across a store that feels a bit like home.
There’s no need to remain glued to tired wallpaper styles.
On any given summer night, Edina teenager Henry Adams lies in his hammock, watching hungry mosquitos buzz into the netting above.
Last year, Patty Dronen started thinking about the upcoming Edina High School senior party.
Looking for something new to try this summer? Why not tennis?
The Southdale YMCA offers summer programs for kids of all ages.
Whether you’re a master of the grill or a first timer at barbecued ribs, Dan Kirchmann, butcher at Jerry’s Foods in Edina, has a foolproof recipe for making ribs that will fall right
Start with the annual parade at 10 a.m. near City Hall.