May 2018 Edina Magazine

So do April “snow showers” bring May flowers? Let’s hope so. But until all of our springtime blooms fully blossom, we’ve got plenty of “spring-y” stories to brighten your day.

On the cover: Tina Bothof, photo by Rachel Nadeau

Edina community members recommend books to read, wines to sip, and ways to care for your pets
Check out these fun activities in Edina.
Celebrate May 5th with a fiesta of food at Los Padres Mexican Restaurant.
Don’t let construction deter dedication to 50th & France.
Co-owners of "Da Bomb" Caroline Bercaw and her sister Isabel, set a goal to not only create the best bath bombs they could but have more fun with them.
“Since hanging the brewery coming soon sign outside, we’ve received an incredible response from the community.” —Sean Ewen, Co-owner
New local restaurant has a story to tell.
From products to procedures, local skin care specialists offer advice.
Michele Vig offers a solution with the help of "Neat Little Nest," a home organization business aimed to tackle clients' clutter for good.
Mackenzie Havey, author of "Mindful Running," U of MN instructor, and new mom shares all.
Aqua Nymphs, started in 1959, look back on a long and proud history of competitive swimming.
New documentary series shows the internet as a tool for healing through CaringBridge, a charitable donation website
While "Holy Yoga" classes at The Well studio have a Christian perspective, instructor Brooke Toftoy hopes the message will resonate with participants regardless of their faith.
Edina High School choir director David Henderson since 1998 will be changing careers to focus on private vocal lessons
Renowned pet supply store and grooming salon Chuck and Don's now open on 50th and France
Dr. Jess Prischmann from Prischmann Facial Plastic Surgery gives skin care advice.
Check these local shops for Mother’s Day gift ideas.
Lindberg is the first Edina player to receive the Star Tribune award.