Health & Wellness

Sara Swan

While Sara Swan has over two decades of experience in special education, she initially didn’t have plans to turn a one-off mentorship into a full-fledged organization.

Since the first infestation of Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) was reported in Michigan in 2002, the invasive Asian beetle has killed tens of millions of ash trees nationwide. The pest was first discovered in Minnesota in 2009.

Whether you like running through fountain jets or watching the beautiful lights come on in the evening, the fountain in Central Park  is a place for the community to gather.

It’s the tenth year of backyard performances for the Bunce family and once again, this year everyone is meeting at the Bogles’ backyard.

A visit to the Holiday Inn and Suites in downtown Maple Grove will make you swear you’ve traveled half way around the globe to the bridges and canals of Venice, Italy.

After Independence Day, every Friday night this month can be a family event on Maple Grove’s community lawn. Movies by Moonlight provides free films on a big, big screen.

The World Taekwondo Academy sent athletes to the U.S. Taekwondo Open in Las Vegas in January. Maple Grove residents Alasan Ann (17), Ava Lee (11) and Noah Pettingell (14) came back with gold medals.

During the second weekend in June, Maple Grove sidewalks play canvas to chalk art by professionals, amateurs and art enthusiasts from across the world.

Maple Grove chiropractors Dr. Marcus Kasper and Dr. Scott Walter have implemented new state-of-the-art scans to help children at Trillium Chiropractic. They currently have three new scans: Thermograph, SEMG and HRV.

Have you ever wondered about the diving and swooping helicopters that fly over the skies of Maple Grove? These flying machines are battling flying insects...indirectly.

Larry Knafla, a Maple Grove resident since 1985, was inducted into the Minnesota Water Ski Association Hall of Fame in August 2015. “It’s just a big honor to be appreciated for all the work I put into the association,” he says.

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