Words come to life in a special way, thanks to Storybooks Alive, a group of volunteers, who put on exciting, no-frills adaptations of children’s favorite literature.
Bullying is an unfortunate and frequent occurrence for many children. Here are some tips from Jennifer Tagg M.A, LMFT of the Calli Institute to help empower children and prevent aggressive interactions.
The 2017 Best of Maple Grove survey is almost here! Don't miss your chance to vote for your favorite shops, restaurants, hot spots and more.
Last January, the recently opened Central Park of Maple Grove gave residents the chance to enjoy the thrill of the holiday season outdoors. One popular wintertime activity is skating at Central Park’s ice-skating loop.
Doug and Patricia Birklands visited Denali National Park during the best of weather.
Maple Grove resident Sue Salo (on left) saw an entirely differnent side of Denali National Park with brother-in-law Steve and sister Dr. LeAnn Salo via bush plane.
Mindy Gallagher is the second-place winner of the 2016 Maple Grove Magazine photo contest in the Landmarks category.
Since May, Chuck Stifter has been the director of Maple Grove Parks and Recreation; a familiar face in a new role.
This is Lucas, the 6-year-old son of Maple Grove resident Christa Adamczyk. She captured this precious moment, making time stand still for just a little longer. Lucas and Natalie, age 3, have been the primary subjects for stay-at-home mother Adamczyk’s pictures.
After living in Vermont for 10 years, Rebecca Key, a member of our Editorial Advisory Board, travels back each June to attend the Vermont Quilt Festival. She has visited the festival with longtime quilting friends for 25 years.
Each year we are delighted to receive amazing images of Maple Grove during our photo contest. Here are our winners for 2016.