February 2015

In the February issue of Southwest Metro Magazine you'll find wearable art from Waconia artists, a winter survival guide to soothe your skin and boost your health, and meet the family behind Eden Prairie's Teque Arepa.

Bookworms can get “Hooked on Books…and the Arts, too,” on February 21.
Good little girls and boys met the Jolly Old Elf—or possibly one of his “helpers”—on December 16 at the Chaska Community Center.
Local pit masters take pride in their work.
Eden Prairie’s Mike Rusinko photographs La Danse Fatale.
So you’re not exactly embracing the chill? We found a few tips for staying warm and healthy this winter.
From clothes to purses to jewelry, turn your body into a gallery at Unearthed Arts in Waconia.
Churchills in Victoria offers full menu of cigars and accouterments.
Special Olympics Minnesota’s Unified Sports teams bring athletes together.
Meet the family behind Eden Prairie’s Teque Arepa.
Chanhassen High School partners with a private company to offer students and parents an insight into college admissions.
Chanhassen’s Kaia Grobe will swim at the University of Minnesota.
Keep your dog active indoors when it’s too cold to go out.
Waconia’s Sarajo Wentling makes earrings and other jewelry.
Pinterest-worthy growth charts—without the work.
This drink looks like winter but tastes like summer.
The lives of these women make compelling books.