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.
Something New for the Best of Maple Grove 2017!
Voting for our annual readers’ choice poll will take place January 1-31, 2017 here on the site and finalists will be posted online in March.
Look for the winners in the July 2017 issue of Maple Grove Magazine!
These four sisters, Jessa, Brandi, Cassandra, and Lily, enjoyed reading two different issues of Maple Grove Magazine while relaxing and fishing up North in the Boundary Water Canoe Area.
In the 2015 Focus on Maple Grove photo contest, Kim Seeger won first place in the Pets category with this photo of her 3-year-old golden retriever, Levi.
The first and only time Chris Spah paddleboarded on Fish Lake was a one-of-a-kind experience. Venturing onto the lake at dusk, Spah paddled alongside a group of 15 people on a tour put on by the Three Rivers Park District.
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.
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.