Arts & Culture

2019 Home + Garden Collection

Whether you're building a home from the blueprints of your dreams or remodeling a house to suit your family's needs and wants, we want to help you relax.

A relaxing evening outdoors with fireworks, symphonies and family fun, Music in Plymouth has become a staple of summertime in Plymouth.

As the event enters its 45th year, we take a look back at the Plymouth Civic League, the organization behind the fanfare.

Ashley Burkland still remembers falling in love with ballet during her first Nutcracker performance at the age of 9. The dancer and owner of Ashley Ballet Arts Academy says her mother’s decision to enroll her in a dance class is what led to her early introduction to ballet.

It’s not every day that you attend an event where you can see a pug named Lexi ride in a remote-controlled convertible and get expert veterinary advice all in one beautiful park.

Liz Ansley is convincing proof that talent can be taught—and self-taught for that matter. An award-winning photographer Ansley makes her living taking photos, even though she has no formal training in photography.

Robert Doan learned to play clarinet in sixth grade, and played all the way through his first year of college. But then a couple years in the U.S. Navy, followed by medical school, left him little time for music.

Kicking off its first semester earlier this year, the new Plymouth Campus of St.

Sandra Lester, a Hennepin County Master Gardener, bought her Plymouth home in 1967, seven years after it was built in an open field.

In Italian, primavera means “in the style of spring,”  and this April ushers in a fresh season of Plymouth’s Primavera art festival, welcoming artists from across the community to participate in an annual celebration of the arts.  

With remodels and build-outs at Aveda’s New Reflections Salons, the three locations in Plymouth, Maple Grove and Minnetonka were looking rather bare with uniform white walls and museum-like feel.

Saee Patil started the EARTH program in 2015 after noticing the subtle misuse of resources at her school: lights were being left on unnecessarily and recycling wasn’t utilized properly. Patil, a junior at Wayzata High School, decided to take action.

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