Pack your blankets and lawn chairs for Maple Grove’s Concert on the Lawn. After being canceled due to the pandemic in 2020, the concert returns to the city’s Central Park on September 17–18 with gates opening around 4 p.m.
The Pancreatic Cancer Action Network (PanCAN) Minnesota held its annual fundraising event in September in Elm Creek Park. PurpleRideStride was hosted by Camille Williams, former anchor at KARE 11.
Top off the season’s celebrations with a New Year’s Eve party from 2-6 p.m. at the Maple Grove Community Center. The special event has become an annual tradition, which offers residents a family-friendly option to bid adieu to the year and celebrate new beginnings.
December is a busy time at the American Swedish Institute.
Learn how the Twin Cities community celebrates this Swedish folk holiday.
Cross Community Players, which has been offering local theater for 39 seasons, presented the classic production with a cast of 55 actors, ranging in age from 6–76, and eight families had siblings, parents and children, all sharing the stage.
Comfort Keepers created the National Day of Joy and celebrated nationwide on June 26 to inspire others to find and share joy in everyday moments.
Start your Halloween celebrations a bit early with The Maple Grove Arts Center’s Monster Show Opening Halloween Costume Party Reception.
Feeding Furry Friends, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to providing food to animals in need, hosted a Family Fun Day, which included a pet food drive and more.
Fall provides the perfect backdrop for Twin Cities art festivals.