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Plymouth resident Sonja Wieber is a self-proclaimed State Fair junkie. She visits several times each year, checking off everything on her to-do list and trying as much new fair food as possible.
When Kate St. Vincent Vogl was in first grade, she wanted to become the first female astronaut, and if that didn’t work out, she said she’d be a writer. “Sally Ride beat me to it,” Vogl says.
For many high school students, it can be a challenge to figure out their goals after graduation. But for best friends Xander H. and Tryston H.
While the classroom is already a space for creativity, teachers sometimes find there isn’t always the support for projects that go above and beyond the typical learning experience. For schools in the Wayzata and Robbinsdale districts, that’s where education foundations have stepped in.
The Minnesota Water Garden Society, which marked its 20th year last summer, exists to help people enjoy water gardening. The society’s biggest public-outreach event is in an annual tour of metro-area gardens.
Alongside melting snow and budding trees, the Primavera Arts Festival is a sure sign that spring is on its way. The annual event, a collaboration between the Plymouth Arts Council and the city of Plymouth, has been held each April for over two decades—this year marks its 22nd year.
Most artists dream of seeing their art hang in galleries. Lisa Seltzer wears hers every day. The Plymouth resident got her first henna done 10 years ago and she’s been hooked since then.
The issue of climate change feels daunting to most, something too big for any given individual to have an impact upon.