It was an evening full of fun, food, games and raffles during Flyer Fiesta Parents’ Night Out, sponsored by the Fernbrook Elementary School’s PTO. Proceeds from the event benefitted the organization’s programs. 

Stages Theatre Company & Escalate Dance bring the cherished tale about the transformational magic of love to the main stage this March.

The Haunted Acres haunted house has been known to scare the pants off people, and this year is no exception.

What began as a small fundraiser for the Maple Grove high school dance team 14 years ago has grown into one of the most anticipated events for local restaurants, businesses and the rest of the community.

Take a 5k vacation by registering for the Color Run, coming to the Twin Cities on July 10!

As the last page of the 2015 calendar is turned, the Maple Grove Community Organization will host a New Year’s party for all to enjoy. Families are even encouraged to bring the young ones, as the celebration only lasts until 10 p.m.

Since its dedication in 2001, the Maple Grove Angel of Hope statue has been a place for grieving families to place white flowers to honor young ones they have lost.

Nothing exemplifies the spirit of the holiday season quite like giving back.

Every year, starry-eyed children and Christmastime fans line the streets for Maple Grove’s annual Sleigh Bell and Sparkle Parade. The event is sponsored by the Maple Grove Community Organization and is a beloved tradition in the area.

It’s common knowledge that one should dress for success, especially when working toward a professional career. Most employers would prefer an applicant wear a suit rather than blue jeans. But what happens to those who can’t afford professional attire?

Maple Grove is the newest chapter to join the Minnesota Lyme Association. The local chapter, which meets on the third Wednesday of each month, will host presentations and bring in experts concerning Lyme-related issues.