On February 2, Plymouth residents enjoyed the 30th annual Fire & Ice winter festival. Activities took place on Parkers Lake. Participants enjoyed a bonfire, s'mores and hot chocolate. A finale of fireworks was sponsored by the Plymouth Civic League.
Health & Wellness
Looking to try a different activity next time you get together with friends? Zero Hour Escape Rooms is an immersive, interactive experience where you follow clues and solve puzzles to escape a room before the clock runs out.
A few distinctive features include the exterior projection screen mounted to posts 20 feet off the ground, a full wet bar and a screen porch. A ladder leads to the second-story loft, where a queen bed provides a place for Dunn to spend the night.
Treat yourself to a day at the salon or spa. Here are some places that are offering deals:
We checked with local salons and med spas for a beauty product round-up. Here are their recommendations to help you keep your skin hydrated and hair looking fabulous.
It can be hard to eat healthy as fall rolls around, but it happens to be an important time to eat well. Jessica Welch, a clinical dietitian at Allina Health, says vitamin D is the most common vitamin that people lack as the weather cools down since they’re less spending time in the sun.
Andrea Potashnick is more than just a registered dietitian – she likes to think that she brings families together with her work.
Plymouth Library will host two local authors talking about their books. Mindy Mejia will be stopping by on September 19 and sharing about her new novel Everything You Want Me to Be. This story centers around a murder taking place in a
Minnesota might be a landlocked state, but that’s no excuse for not getting out on the water when the weather permits. After all, we are in the land of 10,000 lakes and Medicine Lake, the second-largest in Hennepin County, is right in our backyard.