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?
Shops & Business
It all started with a hutch and some end tables.
From collecting pennies during its initial year to raising more than $10,000 last year, since 2001, Fernbrook Elementary School and its community have donated nearly $154,000 to the Susan G. Komen Foundation.
Painted Turtle Chocolatier isn’t like most chocolate shops in the area; their focus is on creating chocolate in small batches. “I’m what is called an artisan chocolate maker.
CobornsDelivers allows grocery shopping with the click of a button—and now that’s all it takes to prep your entire meal.
Although 17-year-old Jayzryn Thompson is involved in the National Honors Society, Spanish Honor Society, basketball, softball, the recycling club and is also a straight “A” student at Maranatha Academy, the high school senior still makes time to help others.
The new Grey Duck Games & Toys in The Shoppes at Arbor Lakes has everything you need to have a great time like magic, board games, Kendamas and more.
The Shoppes at Arbor Lakes welcomes the fashion-forward H & M store to their location. Offering popular designs at affordable prices makes this a one-stop shop.
With affordable clothing, accessories and home decor, Flaunt Accessories prioritizes a unique look for women.
Sweetie Pie Soaps officially began in August 2016, but Liz Herda and her mother, Susan Gower, have been making soap since 2013.
Catch those summer rays in style with outfits from Francesca’s. Francesca’s stylist Callie Marino says, “There’s going to be a lot of neon this summer because the ’80s are back.” Marino also expects more sleeveless dresses, along with bright and pastel colors.