May 2015

In the May 2015 issue of Maple Grove Magazine, you'll find a healthy way to detox your body, new ways to have fun with fitness and learn about kitesurfing.

Sports fans, get ready to grip the edge of your seats. Cheer your team on to victory or console yourself after a loss. Whether you want to watch a Twins, Wild or Vikings game, good times are waiting. Maybe you like soccer, basketball, or something else.


At Ethnic Foods Co. in Osseo, there was a lot of cooking going on as students learned to create Pad Thai and other sauces.


During the chill of February, these brave souls jumped into Fish Lake to raise money for the Special Olympics.


The Maple Grove half marathon and 5k Race returns for the eighth year, hosted by the Maple Grove Lions club.


Mike Kratochwill is the Pied Piper of kitesurfing.


Are the same old workouts pulling you down? Are you in rut and need a change? There are some fantastic opportunities to get your sweat on right here in the northwest metro. They offer a unique and different perspective to getting physically fit.


Get better, faster. It might sound too good to be true, but it is Dr. Josh Sandell’s motto and way of life.


Each year, more than 500 million men worldwide experience symptoms of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) and prostate cancer, and another 12 million men receive a sure diagnosis.


Our bodies are bombarded with toxins every minute of every day. Most of the time we are able to transforms these toxins into harmless molecules that can be eliminated.


Chevy’s Best Car Club, in association with CROSS Services, hosts a monthly car show for charity.


Twin Cities Orthopedics, the largest orthopedics clinic in the metro, has finally arrived in Maple Grove.


Better health comes in many packages. Here are seven books, recommended by a local librarian, that inspire better health and fitness—mentally, spiritually and physically.


Get rid of your prescription drugs safely with a public program, sponsored by Hennepin County and the Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office Environmental Servi


Name: Brenner Hohenstein

Hometown: Maple Grove

Occupation: Student, graduating next month from Maple Grove Senior High; lifeguard at the Maple Grove Community Center


Tom Danielson, an experienced cyclist, recalls the initial invitation from a friend to ride 100 miles. “And then that I realized that it was almost exactly 100 miles from my front door to our cabin on Lake Florida in Spicer, Minn.,” says Danielson.