Sound therapist and massage practitioner Jessie Daniels recalls the first time she was introduced to Himalayan singing bowls in the summer of 2018.
Health & Wellness
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.
French Regional Park
Escape to nature at this park.
Looking for some rainy day entertainment where you can get out of the house while still putting your feet up? Look no further than Willow Creek, Plymouth’s latest luxury movie theater.
Outdoor farmers markets are a sure sign that summer has finally arrived, and you won’t have to wait much longer to enjoy the bounty of the season at Plymouth’s Farmers Market.
Starting in June, the Hilde Performance Center will host the Summer Concert Series, featuring musical acts hailing from India to the Andes. Starting on June 13, catch Blue Groove, a local award-winning bluegrass band.
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.