With all of this time at home during the coronavirus pandemic, most of us are trying to come up with ways to engage families in activities that don't involve a screen.
Arts & Culture
The Minnesota Landscape Arboretum honors May with national exhibits, annual events and an art-worthy surprise.
Settle in with "The Winter Soldier" by Daniel Mason.
Selected from more than 200 submissions of unpublished work from women playwrights across the country, the six featured plays are new works, some making their regional or national premiers.
As you plan for houseguests over the upcoming holiday weekends, remember to make their guestroom extra special.
The Minnesota Landscape Arboretum opened its doors for Passport to Spring, including nine displays that each featured an international country; a French-inspired glass garden house and 26 pieces by sculptor Nick Legeros.
Eden Prairie, Chanhassen, Victoria, Waconia and Chaska each have their own twist on the classic Easter egg hunt.
House Language Studio’s mantra is “pairing salvaged goods with authentic materials producing a one-of-a-kind belonging.”
Fruit trees are a popular option for homeowners who want a new way to ornament their gardens and to yield a bounty of produce.
Add a twist to the time honored activity of dying Easter eggs.