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The editor’s family—Nate, Sage, Huck and Piper Haynes— made sure the latest issue of Maple Grove Magazine made it to the iconic canyon in Arizona during their vacation.

With an average annual rainfall of 6,813 mm on 182 days a year, Milford Sound is known as the wettest inhabited place in New Zealand and one of the wettest in the world.

Maple Grove magazine is full of reflections of the community. We are the subjects of the stories and pictures, and sometimes we are also the photographers.

After giving birth to three children, experiencing the devastating loss of an infant and surviving late stage breast cancer, Amber Johnson found herself at a checkup, overweight and out of shape.

The 2016 contest is now closed.

Every time she's near Weaver Lake Park, Mindy Gallagher is reminded of how grateful she is to live nearby. “We take a personal tone with the lake, we feel like it’s ours,” she says. When looking at Maple Grove houses five years ago, the Gallaghers found their current home.

Levi caught a flash of movement ahead to his right, followed by hushed voices, and immediately crouched behind a tree. Alerted, the team knelt in dense brush. He peered slowly around the trunk to gauge the timing of a possible attack.

Sunny Arizona (pictured above)

Maple Grove Resident Adam Gallagher says he mainly focuses on documenting his life in photographs to reminisce down the road. Gallagher’s iPhone photo, Perfect Day to Fly a Kite, features his daughter Adelaene, now 9.

There are more than 250 species of bumblebees in the world. They are a welcome sight to gardeners because they pollinate plants and flowers while they forage for food. They are also used intentionally with some greenhouse crops. The bees don’t even have to land on the flowers.

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Friday, May 29 to Saturday, May 30
[Arts & Performance], [For the Kids]
At the center of every circus we find a 42ft ring full of thrills, laughs and excitement. In 42ft: A Menagerie of Mechanical Marvels, Cirque Mechanics dares us to leap into the circus ring to experience the endurance of this evolving art form.
Saturday, May 30
[Arts & Performance], [For the Kids]
Polkadots follows 8-year-old Lily Polkadot who just moved to the “Squares Only” small town of Rockaway