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Katrin Sigurdardottir

While they live thousands of miles from their native lands, Eden Prairie residents Katrin Sigurdardottir from Iceland and Teresa Olson from Chile continue to serve as honorary consuls to their respective countries.

Southwest Metro Magazine Top 10 Stories of 2019

As we look back on 2019, we're reflecting on the stories you—our readers—loved most.

A person offers a gift wrapped in brown paper and tied with a blue ribbon.

Use gratitude to inspire ideas for gift giving.

A person fishes from their boat at sunset on the lake.

Meet the winners of the 2019 Southwest Metro Photo Contest!

A graphic advertising voting for the 2019 Southwest Metro Photo Contest

Voting is now closed. Stay tuned for the winners!

Pink flowers set against a white wall.

For this year's Best of Southwest Metro issue, our editor selected some of her favorite quotes of the year from Southwest Metro Magazine.

Pink text reads "Board Approved" on the cover image of the Southwest Metro Magazine Advisory Board's picks for Best of Southwest Metro

Southwest Metro Magazine Advisory Board members weigh in with their favorites.

A graphic that reads "Meet Your Winners, Southwest Metro Magazine Best of '19 Readers' Choice"

You voted for the best restaurants, shops and more in the Southwest Metro, and here are your picks.

During a special Veteran’s Day celebration, the St. Hubert’s School (SHS) community took time out of the academic day to reflect about and honor the efforts of this nation’s veterans.

A historical photo shows a group of women making lye soap in Carver County.

Lye soap, the type pioneers made, is very basic, but the process would make a great science project.

 A rendering of a room in Riley Crossing, an intergenerational care facility opening in Chanhassen.

Riley Crossing, an innovative senior living facility, offers a place for children and older folks to gather in a unique friendship.

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Saturday, May 30
[Arts & Performance], [For the Kids]
Sons of Mystro are young violinists made up of brother duo Malcolm, 23, and Umoja, 20, who use their violins to creatively interpret various genres of music; reggae classics, American pop songs, and their own creations
Friday, May 29 to Saturday, May 30
[Arts & Performance], [For the Kids]
Bring the whole family for a day of wonder, imagination, and all-ages fun!