October/November 2020

If we’ve learned anything this year, it’s don’t wait to celebrate. Let’s have a little pomp and circumstance now and enjoy our annual Prep Elite feature. Each year, we ask local high school officials to nominate incoming seniors, who best exemplify or represent their respective schools. In turn, we review the nominations and chose four students to spotlight in our pages.

Click here to read the digital edition.

Monster cupcakes

Enjoy homemade Halloween treats for friends and family.

A girl holds some apples at Apple Jack Orchards

Head to Apple Jack Orchards for a fun-filled, activity-packed day.

Bellatrix Shamblin performs a kick at Plymouth National Karate School

Hi-yah! by Rebecca Shamblin placed first in the Activities and Events category of our annual Picture Plymouth photo contest.

Providence Academy senior Mae Monette

Providence Academy senior Mae Monette is a tenacious student who gives her all in countless extracurriculars.

Robbinsdale Armstong High School senior Evan Dimich

Robbinsdale Armstrong High School senior Evan Dimich is a leader as both a student and an athlete.

West Lutheran High School senior Merlyn Mayer

West Lutheran High School senior Merlyn Mayer work in school and the community reflect her generous spirit.

Wayzata High School senior Sarah Cao

Wayzata High School senior Sarah Cao is a motivated, compassionate student.

A parrot in the care of parrothelp.com

Wendy Stevens is president of parrothelp.com, which launched in 2010 and has been helping these beautiful birds ever since.

A collection of pitchers containing fruit water.

An expert explains how nutritional needs alter over time.

Hugo Mullaney onstage as Winthrop Paroo in "The Music Man" at Chanhassen Dinner Theatres.

Thirteen-year-old Plymouth resident Hugo Mullaney plays Winthrop Paroo in "The Music Man".

The Sun Down Motel by Simone St. James

"The Sun Down Motel" by Simone St. James is the perfect balance of being spooky and thought-provoking.

A laptop rests against some books at the library.

The Plymouth Historical Society is exploring new ways to engage the community during this historic time.

Hot Spiced Drunken Apple Cider

Join cider and wine for a warm autumnal beverage.

Patrons browse a booth at the Plymouth Arts Fair.

For the first time since its inception eight years ago, the Plymouth Arts Fair is going virtual due to—you guessed it—COVID-19.

Healthy houseplants

Caring for houseplants is easier than you think.