Hi-yah! by Rebecca Shamblin placed first in the Activities and Events category of our annual Picture Plymouth photo contest.
Arts & Culture
For Jennifer Kraus and her three daughters, the Minnetonka-Hopkins Gymnastics Association has been a place to learn new skills, stay active and build lifelong connections over the past couple of decades.
Take a 5k vacation by registering for the Color Run, coming to the Twin Cities on July 10!
Does your child have a summer birthday and is asking for a party outside to celebrate?
Wayzata High School’s fall 2015 musical, Beauty and the Beast, is being recognized as an outstanding overall performance, among several other awards. Several student actors have also been nominated for their impressive performances in the show.
Got a little one with a birthday coming up? Need to party plan for kids of multiple ages? Take advantage of the beautiful Minnesota summer with these outdoor birthday party spots and ideas.
With the Fourth of July around the corner, get your party planning in gear. Each summer, Plymouth resident Kristi Thompson’s neighborhood throws a big gathering to celebrate the holiday. Here’s her advice on how to make your party a hit.
Wayzata High School senior Emma Sisk, like many of us, was not a fan of bees as a kid. Bees can seem pesky and nobody wants to get stung. As she grew older, she got used to them after developing a passion for gardening.
After more than 10 years of manufacturing and retail sales at the corner of Vicksburg and Highway 55 in Plymouth, Stone Source has moved 3.5 miles away to 13415 Watertower Circle.
Every April, the Plymouth Arts Council puts on Primavera. The celebration of art takes place at the Plymouth Creek Center and includes paintings, photographs, sketches, sculptures and more.
Approximately 75 homes on moderately sized, nicely treed lots make up the Burl Oaks neighborhood in southern Plymouth. It’s a pie-shaped development with easy access to I-394, I-494 and the Luce Line bike trail. “We think of it as a hidden gem,” longtime resident Allison Schwaller says.