Going Out

The counter at Olfactory Scent Studio, one of the best Valentine's Day dates in Maple Grove.

Dinner out is a great way for couples to get away and connect, but Maple Grove is also filled with other fantastic Valentine's Day date spots!

Amara’s Acts of Kindness hosted an evening of hope, love and light at their second annual event called “A Night to Shine Bright!”

So you think you can dance? The young women who competed at the Northwest Suburban Conference Dance Tournament in January 2014 showed they have some serious skills. The tournament was held at the Maple Grove High School.

For many years, Yellow Tree Theatre made us laugh during the holidays with its smash hit Miracle on Christmas Lake series.

District 279 Foundation raised more than $23,000 at Night Out at the 279 Olympics. Entertainment and inspiration came from Chinese dancers and hula-hoop acrobats, and John Harrington from the 1980 Miracle on Ice US Olympic hockey team.

Beacon Elementary fifth-graders were encouraged to discover Mexico’s past and present musical traditions and create new choral music with Mexican composer Pamela Mayorga Tellez.

An annual summer tradition, Maple Grove Days has fun to offer for the entire
family. The Town Green stage lineup, July 9-13, features some of the best
entertainment Maple Grove has to offer with a variety of options to keep kids,

Each year, more than 300 teachers and staff at District 279 hold a variety show that raises scholarship money for high school seniors. This year, Wastebasket Revue awarded more than $40,000 in scholarships.

Summertime in Minnesota offers plenty of opportunity to be outside; Mindy Gallagher of Maple Grove captured the essence of summer activity in her family’s backyard pool.

The Maple Grove Arts Council hosts its annual daylong KidStock event for children of all ages at The Shoppes at Arbor Lakes.
Looking for something to spice up your dinner? Brother’s Meats and Seafood can add flair to your meal.