One of the most charming, if not endearing, childhood traditions has to be the creation and delivery of May baskets.
Whether it’s fall or the spookiness in the air, the Halloween season brings new energy and excitement. No matter what your style, dress up in your favorite costume, and enjoy all the tricks and treats that Maple Grove has to offer.
Halloween Family Fun
What do faucets, red bricks and 1975 have in common? They are part of the display, School Memories, at the Maple Grove Museum.
Photographing a clown greeting her daughter last summer before the Maple Grove Days parade began, Lisa Willey found it hard to resist the picture-perfect moment unfolding before her Canon 70d camera. The clown pictured is Kelly Walk, who her daughter knows through high school sports.
The Arbor Lakes Arts Fair, planned for July 14–15, is sure to be a fun-filled weekend for both kids and adults.
After noticing that many young families visit the Shoppes at Arbor Lakes, the idea to create a fun program for guests during the summer months surfaced.
Summer camp is something that children look forward to all school year. It’s a time to get outside, learn a new skill or continue an activity they’re already passionate about. We’ve assembled a list of some summer camp options around the Maple Grove area for your consideration.
Herb Tanton and Ryan Heim desired to open a health club that had a little something for everyone but also took participants back to the basics of health and fitness, which they view as highly important.
What better way to break out of winter hibernation than to escape the house—with the family, a friend or on your own—and build a new skill?
The challenge of turning a pile of parts into an award-winning car is thrilling for Gary Krukoski. His love of restoring cars has led to participation in the 10,000 Lakes Concours d’Elegance which draws collectors of cars, boats and motorcycles to the annual event.
To walk along a set of train tracks is to follow its path into the past. Locomotives have rules which do not burden cars and ships. These 200-ton diesel engines can’t U-turn at an intersection, nor can they raise their sails to catch a change in the wind.