The Rotary Club of Maple Grove has created change worldwide. But when the coronavirus pandemic hit, the organization decided to focus its resources inward.
Shops & Business
Todd Lambright has the look: Tattoos cover his arms and neck. His head is shaved bald. A long goatee falls from his chin. If you were to meet him on the street and he told you he’s a tattoo artist, you’d hardly be surprised.
Once again, October is designated as Breast Cancer Awareness Month, which means a time for heightened awareness about the importance of finding a cure.
With some of the finest oils and vinegars in the area already in their arsenal, owner Terri Chaffer and her team decided to spice things up.
For many, the task of de-cluttering, organizing, or packing for a big move is exhausting. But for Jerome LaRochelle and Colleen and Erick Osburn, it’s all in a day’s work.
With a record-shattering turnout in April’s Minnesota Yarn Shop Hop, local stores were able to tie together a whopping $37,500 for area food shelves, including Maple Grove-based CROSS.
The iconic diner-style home cooking that Henry Lange and his crew have made famous in the Maple Grove area has been given the space that it deserves.
Attendees at the 2015 Ticked Off gallery opening event at the Maple Grove Arts Center took the Lyme Challenge with a hearty bite into a lime and support for Lyme’s Disease eradication.
Each day starts with an old fashioned “rise and shine” logging call. Boys ages 7 to 17 climb out of their beds at 8 a.m. sharp. Many start their day by grabbing a towel and taking a quick dip in the lake. Flag raising is at 8:15. At 8:20, breakfast is served.
The Shoppes at Arbor Lakes have opened their latest women’s and girl’s clothing boutique, Dazzle Me Fashions.
If you’re used to the car wash offered to you at the gas pump, you’ve probably never been to Paradise Car Wash & Detail Center. The Twin Cities company has seven full-service car wash locations in the metro area, and its newest opened in February in Maple Grove.