September 2018 Maple Grove Magazine

In the September issue we're checking out some local remodels in the annual homes edition.

Sometimes, it’s the perfect combination of environment and timing that creates a stunning photo. Gina Walseth recognized the beauty of the moment immediately upon spying this scene. She whipped out a substitute camera—her cell phone.


Perusing the aisles of Maple Grove Paradise Market, you may com across items uncommon to American cuisine.


The production is based on the true story of Helen Keller and her teacher, Annie Sullivan.


For some Maple Grove homeowners, their master bedroom and bathroom were in dire need of renovation, structurally and in spirit.


Mark and Cathy Sackett’s backyard is teeming with life.


Staying home alone for the first time can be scary, so it’s important to make the transition as painless and safe as possible.


Christine Bauer shares a series of life-altering moments in her book, Those Three Words.


One Maple Grove woman has her own “woman cave,” and while it may be relaxing, it has also become a place for serious work, full of color and creativity.


While kids are growing up, finding a way to express themselves is an important part of growth and development.


The hot days in August always seem to take summer annuals to a point of exhaustion.


In Melanie Heuiser Hill’s The Giant Pumpkin Suite, Rose and Thomas are 12-year-old twins, who are very different from one another.


This issue’s featured app is an anti-recommendation: Tinder.


What could be better than some coffee—and bourbon?


William Rolf was honored by Duke University’s Talent Identification Program (TIP) for his exceptional ACT scores. After taking advanced classes, possessing the drive to be successful in school and wanting to test his limits, William decided to take the ACT last February.