March 2011

Summer Camps | Homes | Phil Rustad

A toast to the city of Plymouth’s annual health fest.
A Plymouth resident’s journey to constructing his own ‘man cave’ with a green mindset and some pieces of historic charm.
What will the local whodunit author think of next?
Local haunts and take-away brews in which to imbibe this St. Patty’s holiday.
Three Rivers Park District harnesses a love for exercise and the outdoors through Green Fit Club.
Paul Bierhaus helps orchestrate the donation of a favorite childhood pastime from Plymouth to Poland.
The Rayas family makes planning dinner oh-so-easy with a new Mexican take-and-bake restaurant. PLUS: An exclusive recipe to boot.
From robot-making to rocking out, non-traditional programs for the kids.
First-graders learn about life with disabilities.
Josh Thorson preps for a final season as Wayzata’s most promising cross-country runner.
TreeHouse Youth transforms the lives of at-risk teens. But come this spring, the group has a new aim in mind: basketball hoops.
Plymouth’s homework club makes a positive impact on children’s lives.
Plymouth hosts its citywide book club, and you’re invited.