June 2017 Maple Grove Magazine

In the June issue find timeless threads for your little ones with Matilda Jane clothing.

Sunshine, laughter, family and fun are all key ingredients for a fantastic summer. This image titled “Watch and Learn,” taken by photographer Christa Adamczyk, radiates the feeling of summer.


Cooking is universal. Every country eats, and so every culture cooks. We have many opportunities in Maple Grove to experience food cultures from outside of the United States; Mexican restaurants abound, and Chinese takeout is prevalent.


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


Today, caring for aging parents means asking questions like, “Where will mom and dad live?” “What is their current lifestyle?” and “What types of care facilities are out there?” Rose Arbor and Arbor Lakes are two senior living centers in the Maple Grove community that provide answers to these que


Driving by the Millers’ home, you would suspect that someone in the house loves colorful flowers. A large, partial-oval garden spreads from the front door toward the curb.


Matilda Jane Clothing comes with the laundering instructions you’d expect on any fashion purchase. But the tag should also come with a cautionary label that says “spontaneous twirling may occur.”


When the unthinkable happened, the shock had not yet worn off before Maple Grove couple Nick and Shelly Beissel knew they couldn’t grieve in silence. Nick’s sister, Natalie, was killed by her boyfriend of seven years in an act of domestic violence.


In the North Memorial Health Care system, health and help can be found in many ways. One of those ways is through a domestic abuse advocacy program called SafeJourney. The program provides medical professionals as well as volunteer advocates to assist victims of domestic violence.


With the finish line in sight, Rogers resident Mary Graham couldn’t contain her excitement. Everything she had worked for during the past three months was finally within reach. She saw a sea of pink shirts cheering her on and noticed her friends in the crowd.


Got a stain and not sure how to get it out? Plaza Cleaners offers some helpful tips to help preserve your delicate pieces.


The marketing agency Exhibit Partners brings a wave of creativity and innovation to their Maple Grove location.


At 79 years of age, Ron Lucas has discovered a sport that allows him to be competitive and have fun too: Pickleball. Lucas was introduced to the game on an Arizona vacation in 2009.


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.


Four outstanding students from Osseo Area Schools have beennamed 2017 National Merit Scholarship finalists.


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.


Osseo resident Jesse Becker has always loved music, but when he went to the University of South Dakota on a full ride basketball scholarship, he never thought he would end up in a band.


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.