Plymouth Magazine’s former editors Anna Nguyen took this photo, which took first place in the People & Families category of 2018’s “Picture Plymouth” photo contest.
Health & Wellness
The Medina Entertainment Center is a great place to practice dancing skills of all kinds. This month, dancer Julie Lee leads “Dance to Old Time/Variety Music,” complete with a lesson. Go on a date night, or a girls night out and dance the afternoon away in the Grand Ballroom.
After the initial excitement of summer wears off, you may find yourself looking for ideas to fill your time as the temperatures rise. These Best of Plymouth finalists offer some of the top ways to survive the summer while exploring the best of your city.
Enjoy some healthy summer fun and bring the whole family or come individually to participate in the annual Music in Plymouth 5K. Open to anyone, the 5K is a great opportunity to test your running skills, or to just take a leisurely walk through the city’s parks.
We hope tonight you’ll learn skills that you’ll never have to use,” says lead instructor Norm Okerstrom as he opens a Heart Safe Plymouth training session.
Family man and visionary Clifton French and his legacy are the reason Minnesota has one of the largest regional parks systems in the country.
The Hutton House is a new event venue on Medicine Lake that is 100-percent women owned and operated.
Cycling is fantastic for exercise and leisure—and everyone knows the region has some of the best trails around. There are as many kinds of bike enthusiasts as types of bikes out there.
Yoga has been practiced for thousands of years and has been a popular form of exercise for the past few decades. By now, there are dozens of spins on the ancient practice — everything from hot yoga, performed in hot and humid rooms, to hatha, which is focused on slow breathing.
Schaper Park’s new challenge course in Golden Valley is the perfect way to get outside and exercise while having fun at the same time.