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.
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Can Do Canines summer graduation ceremony honored newly certified assistance dog/client teams.
Sara Williams, a veterinarian and veterinary acupuncturist at NW Animal Hospital, didn’t expect much when she performed acupuncture for the first time on a dog with acute back pain.
If being treated for chronic pain and other symptoms while relaxing under blankets in a recliner sounds like an ideal trip to the doctor, look no further—that’s what you will find at Plymouth Community Acupuncture.
As summer simmers to a close and autumn is before us, the annual Medina Celebration Day is a great way to spend the last summer days. This lively event includes a business expo for Medina businesses, a farmers market and local food vendors, as well as plenty of fun for the whole family, includin
Providence Academy, a private Roman Catholic school in Plymouth serving grades preK-12, has been named the most beautiful private high school in the state by Architectural Digest, a monthly publication and le
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.