Many Minnesotans love anything on a stick (à la the Minnesota State Fair food extravaganza), so why shouldn’t celebration proclamations get the same treatment?
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At some point in life, most people arrive at a time when they realize they need to make a change.
Remind your mother how special she is to you next month by painting personalized details on a ceramic piece. With dozens to choose from such as vases, cups and mugs, plates or animal figurines, your mother is sure to love the heartfelt gift you give her this May 13th.
Influenced by contemporary fashion and Midwestern culture, headwear designer and Maple Grove resident Desmond Stubblefield created Triple Crown in May of 2017.
The Maple Grove History Museum is filled with remnants of the early settlers as well as items from the 1900s.
St. John’s Lutheran School students, pre-kindergarten through eighth grade, teamed up with other local Lutheran schools to raise money for hurricane victims in Texas. The funds went to a fellow Lutheran school in the Houston area which was severely damaged in Hurricane Harvey.
Every first Wednesday of the month, November through May, over 200 people from Church of the Open Door Next Generation youth group, serve at nearly 25 different locations around the Twin Cities.
Maple Grove resident Brandi Sweeny was inspired by a book to begin selling upscale vintage items on eBay and Poshmark.
When the leaders of Minnesota’s most promising startups went looking for a place to put down roots, Maple Grove felt like home right away.
Tiny Footprint Coffee is the world’s first carbon-negative coffee. Roasted in Brooklyn Center, Tiny Footprint was founded by five individuals who worked in the Minneapolis coffee scene for years.
When Faye Welk, the owner of The Special Touch Gift Shop, opened her retail store in 1990, she wanted to use her passion for interior decorating to create a space where those seeking timeless, quality home décor could find unique home ac