On May 4, Moving Day, the annual fundraising event for the Parkinson’s Foundation Minnesota chapter, exceeded its goal by raising $370,959. Funds go toward providing quality care for people living with Parkinson’s, research, resources for families and more.
Health & Wellness
If it’s live music you’re looking for this summer, you don’t have to look much further than these local spots around Plymouth.
On a sunny summer afternoon, a group of women sporting running gear chat easily with each other, stretching and doing warm-ups before hitting the Plymouth regional trails for their workout.
If you’re looking for a fresh new pair of running shoes this spring, Joe Bellamy, MD of Plymouth’s Sports & Orthopaedic Specialists, has some hot tips to guide you to your perfect shoe.
As the national opioid addiction epidemic plagues communities across the country, local city officials including those in Plymouth are addressing the issue head on.
For residents of Medicine Lake, hearing that their beloved, but battered, message tree was to be replaced by a weather-protected message board was a bit of a shock.
Soccer has been in Michael Riley’s life for as long as he can remember. “When I was 18 months old, my parents would take my older brother and me down to the basement and move our feet along the floor, kicking soccer balls around,” says Riley, a senior at Wayzata High School.
Every year, bluegrass artists and enthusiasts from around Minnesota gather for the Winter Bluegrass Weekend in Plymouth, and it’s back for the 38th annual event. For those unfamiliar with bluegrass, this weekend may be much bigger than expected.
Two years after the merger of the Wayzata Soccer Club and Plymouth Soccer Association, Fusion Soccer Club continues to grow, offering exciting new opportunities for local players.
This February, the Seven Dreams Education Foundation is bringing back Bird Bash for its fourth annual fundraising event. Each year, donations through Bird Bash are aimed toward a specific project for Robbinsdale Area schools.