Arts & Culture

Edina’s annual Veterans’ Dinner is held in advance of the Edina 4th of July parade. Area veterans were invited to an annual dinner celebration. The event is meant to honor and celebrate veterans with ties to the community and many also participate in the Fourth of July parade held the next day.

“I love to entertain and everybody always wants to be in the kitchen,” says Deborah Eckland of Edina, who with her husband Jeff built their Edina home in 1999.

A financial advisor, an advertising executive and a retired football player wear matching shirts and walk into a bar.

Fourth of July celebration fans may remember The 1st John Philip Sousa Memorial Band from their annual performance at Rosland park, but the band’s rich history dates back to 1970, when director Scott Crosbie graduate

Throughout the year, Edina event planners are hard at work preparing for some of Edina’s favorite summer events.

They were just kids the first time they played instruments in the same city, but their passion for everything music continued for four Edina natives into their adult lives—eventually leading to the creation of their rock ’n’ roll band Medium Rustic.

If you have driven around the traffic circles on 70th Street toward Target and the Galleria, you may have caught a glimpse of statutes on the Edina Promenade from your car window. Or perhaps you’ve seen those utility boxes around town wrapped with art. Have you ever wondered, “What is it?

While single-family homes are often featured in Edina Magazine, that isn’t how everyone in Edina lives. Edina’s housing is diverse and includes twin homes, townhomes and condominiums that offer a range of options for different budgets, needs and lifestyles.

Selling a home can be stressful. It can be even more difficult for seniors since they often have so many years and memories invested into their home. In this case, it may make sense to seek a realtor with a special senior real estate specialist (SRES) designation.

BOOKS

Until Tomorrow, Mr. Marsworth by Sheila O’Connor

Every closet, cupboard and drawer—emptied, wiped clean and reorganized. Blankets, curtains, pillows and rugs—washed and aired. Clothing, toys and whatnots—sorted into donate, save and toss. And so the ritual goes—spring cleaning.

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