Arts & Culture

Maple Grove Sun Light by Rod Smoliak

Maple Grove Sun Light, by Rod Smoliak, received first place in the City Landmarks category in our annual Focus on Maple Grove photo contest.

More than 100 students from Maple Grove Senior High choir and musical theatre programs had fun raising money for their program, signing autographs and taking pictures with young attendees who came for a pancake breakfast.

The month of April brings the notorious aspects of the spring season, such as
April Fool’s Day and rainy weather. But perhaps most important, it brings the
official start to baseball season. Baseball is truly America’s favorite pastime,

There’s nothing quite like attending the world premiere of a local play that you know you won’t see anywhere else— and Yellow Tree Theatre has had the privilege of helping the Maple Grove community experience this year after year.

Kelly Eull, an attorney who concentrates her practice in family law, joined Maple Grove’s Henningson & Snoxell firm in December 2013.

While walking on a trail between Eagle Lake and Pike Lake last June, Evan Harlan found himself up close and personal with a winged friend. Harlan says he often brings his Canon T3i with him on walks around the trails in Maple Grove to take photos of anything that catches his eye.

“The less clutter, the easier it is to keep any space clean,”—Mike Soukup, director of sales and marketing for ServiceMaster by Hedden.

It’s that time of year again.

Riley and Brooke Cassibo play mancala in their fireside game room.

Fireplaces were once the heart of a home, and Minnesota’s long winters invite people to gather around them again.

“I like seeing the big transformations and how you can update someone’s home without making big renovations.”—Painterati Sales Supervisor Katy Slater

The Siebrasse family moved into their beautiful new home in Maple Grove in 2006. This five-bedroom craftsman on a corner lot fit the ticket for this family of six even though the basement was still a concrete shell of unfinished space.