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.

Get ready for some water-spraying action on Parkers Lake this summer—and you
don’t even need to get wet. The city of Plymouth is again hosting two waterski
shows featuring the Shockwaves Shakopee Prior Lake Club.

Walk around the park with a doctor while learning how to take steps toward a
healthier lifestyle. The city is partnering with Abbott Northwestern–WestHealth
to bring Walk with the Doc to the community for the first time. At each of two

When seeking traveling advice, many go first to their local traveling agent.  Premier Travel Services in Plymouth has tips for any family planning on traveling abroad.

Musings of an award-winning photographer, in her own words:

Sand volleyball play is abundant around Plymouth this time of year; check out the New Hope co-ed rec league or any one of the local options below.

1) Adult Power League in Plymouth

One of the most important things for young athletes to do this summer is stay
active, and Tiger Athletics provides youth the opportunity to do so with a
Speed, Agility and Quickness (SAQ) summer camp.

Mike Minor at Step by Step Montessori says summer is the perfect time to
transition into a school environment. Most programs offer special summer
calendars, and the earlier the start, the more comfortable your child will be,
he says. Minor shares a few tips:

In today’s economic conditions, Plymouth resident Robert Wachholz, president and owner of True Gravity Ventures, is working on an innovative design in Brooklyn Park that would promote “fiscal sustainability” for future homeowners.

Crowds anticipate the annual Music in Plymouth festivities.

In 1972, Music in Plymouth began as a small gathering on a vacant lot in the
Minneapolis Industrial Park. Fast forward 42 years, and the get-together has
become a must-attend summer extravaganza anticipated by thousands of Plymouth

Sara Commers' Tahitian pearl pendant ($8,100) is set with 1.43 carats of diamonds and a 71.2 mm Tahitian pearl in 14 karat gold that is black rhodium-plated, held on a sterling silver multi-strand chain, also black rhodium-plated ($150 extra).  But that's not all: Commers also designed her rings.

After taking a class at Minnetonka Center for the Arts in 1999, Sara Commers took a leap and launched into a career in the fine jewelry industry.

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