Health & Wellness

Pamela Hasselbring, co-owner of Pilates MN—which moved to Plymouth from Wayzata—stresses the importance of staying healthy all year. “It’s very important to stay healthy with your mind, body and spirit every day,” she says.

It’s never too late to learn more about yourself and the world around you. That’s the philosophy behind the Lifetime of Learning Task Force, a group of west metro organizations dedicated to promoting healthy aging through lifelong learning opportunities.

It’s common to feel stressed, uptight or just plain restless once in a while. Mary Margaret Anderson, yoga instructor and owner of yogamn, gives us some advice on how to fully unwind after a long day.

Ever wonder if your trees need pruning or trimming? Local certified arborist Matt Fesenmaier has a few tips to share on proper tree care.

An evening of fun and fashion was held in April at Metropolitan Ballroom and Clubroom in Golden Valley to raise funds to support the programs of Interfaith Outreach and Community Partners (IOCP).

Each Friday Night in August, Plymouth presents free outdoor movies for the whole family. Grab your blankets, lawn chairs, snacks and, of course, the bug spray!

Field of Dreams

Since his earliest days on skates at the age of 5, Plymouth resident Timo Pelto has displayed a knack for hockey.

With options for every interest and activity, consider boat rentals at Medicine Lake.

Harty’s Boatworks

The Plymouth Arts Council and Plymouth Parks and Recreation presented its 20th annual Primavera Arts Festival April 15-17.

This year, Kids Fest takes the fun of a summer carnival and combines it with learning opportunities featuring animals and environmental themed activities.

A 30-year-old ash tree stands in Plymouth resident Stan Tikkanen’s backyard. While it’s been a valuable source of shade for his home for many years, it’s also the preferred source of food for the emerald ash borer (EAB) an invasive beetle that was first confirmed in the city last fall.

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