Meet the winners of the 2019 Focus on Maple Grove photo contest!
Thirteen-year-old King Charles cavalier spaniel, Molly waited patiently for a treat as her owner, Patti Johnson took advantage of the sweet pose at her home in Maple Grove.
The changing of the seasons makes for a vivid view, but beautiful creatures hiding in the branches can make a scene picture perfect. Many owls call the Maple Grove area home, including the barred owl, the Eastern screech owl, the great horned owl and the long-eared owl.
Cell phones of all makes and models are welcome at Device Pitstop’s first annual cell phone drive this month.
Maple Grove has a new look. A logo created by two graphic design students at North Hennepin Community College will help promote economic development programs, business and commercial development aspects of the community.
Every year, Maple Grove Magazine accepts photography submissions from the community for the annual Focus on Maple Grove photo contest. The photos are submitted in five categories: Activities & Events; People & Families; Pets; Wildlife & Nature; and City Landmarks.
Mindy Gallagher loves spending time with her two daughters as much as she loves taking photos of their lives to keep those moments alive.
Samantha Eyre, a lifelong Maple Grove resident, who has been practicing photography since college, says that “as much as I can, I have my camera with me.”
A piece of Maple Grove now lies in the small border town of Sasabe, Mexico.
Thousands of people flock to the Great Minnesota Get-Together each year to experience the variety of foods, entertainment and shopping. Minnesota State Fair blue ribbon winners Robin and Wayne Estenson and Elizabeth Kro not only go for the food and fun—they go to win.