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Maple Grove held its first annual Chalkfest on Main Street, Arbor Lakes this summer with local, national and international chalk artists, along with future chalk artists from the area.
To many Minnesotans, the luxury of warm summer months means the occasional retreat to the backyard for a barbeque. With this in mind, a Maple Grove family has found a way to make the most of the outdoor season while planning a backyard makeover.
Cyber Advisors celebrated their new office space at Hwy. 169 and Elm Creek Blvd., with music from local artist Tim Mahoney, beer tasting with A Perfect Pint’s Michael Agnew, an office tour, bouncy house for the kids and food and beverages.
The Maple Grove Farmers Market dedicates the month of September to its loyal senior citizen shoppers. The month’s event includes gift basket drawings, prize giveaways and cooking demonstrations from the chefs at assisted living community Silvercreek on Main, a sponsor of the event.
Back in summer 2012, then-14-year-old Zach Tracy took a ride on the single track of Theo Wirth Park.
According to an online Mental Health Fact sheet published by the National Alliance on Mental Illness, (NAMI; 2.nami.org), one in five adults—approximately 43.8 million Americans—and at least 20 percent of youth ages 13 to 18 experience mental illness in a given year.
You might have noticed something different about the 35W and Lowry Avenue bridges in Minneapolis this month. They are alight in teal, which is the official color for ovarian cancer.
CrossFit is all the rage in physical fitness. It appeals to both men and women alike. Back in 2000, the first CrossFit gym opened in California. From there, the movement slowly spread across the country, with approximately 13 gyms opened by 2005.