October 2014

In the October issue of Maple Grove Magazine you'll go on a local craft brewery hop, find exercise tips you need to know and check out some of the healthiest dishes in town.

Since 1999, the Maple Grove Ambassador Program has awarded more than $93,000 in scholarships to young women and given them the chance to represent their community.

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French salon Camille Albane Paris (CAP) made its United States franchise debut in Maple Grove in August.


Maple Grove residents are by no means deprived of options when it comes to food...and the types of foods being offered around town are certainly shifting. Many families are now taking part in the healthy-foods and shopping-in-the-organic-aisle crazes.


Do you ever wonder where you should begin in order to lead a healthier lifestyle? Although we are all crunched for time, there are simple exercises that can improve overall health and well-being. As an added bonus, they are easy and can be done in the comfort of your own home.


Although Maple Grove doesn’t have its own craft brewery, you can still experience the great local brews Minnesota has to offer. Here, we’ve mapped out a brew hop of six bars in Maple Grove with local beers on tap for your sipping pleasure.


Adam Ward could lift about 10 Mitchell Tanquists. Ward is a competitive weightlifter who spends his time crafting his body and powerlifting as much weight as he can.