Health & Wellness

Eden Prairie Women of Today rang in 2016 with the third annual Fresh Start 5K on New Year’s Day at Purgatory Creek Park in Eden Prairie. Every year, proceeds from the event go to local youth scholarships.

The similarities between Eden Prairie and Welcome, a fictional town from Maud Hart Lovelace’s One Stayed at Welcome, are a bit uncanny.

When people walk or drive past Rae Ann Prasnicki’s former front yard in Victoria (she’s recently moved), she hopes they double back to take a second look. The garden has a new feature that will deliver an important punch. “I hope people stop and ask questions about rain gardens,” Prasnicki says.

From the porous pavers in the parking lot to the rain gardens strategically placed throughout the site, the Nine Mile Creek Watershed’s new district headquarters showcases many ways that homeowners can manage storm water run-off.

Eden Prairie Relay for Life team Remission Accomplished raised money for the American Cancer Society at its 7th annual holiday market on November 15 at the Eden Prairie Community Center.

We breathe 26,000 times per day. So why not create a scent in your home that elicits positive feelings and happy memories? We’ve found some local products to help you kick off your journey to aromatic bliss.

The Carver Scott Humane Society raised money during its annual Rescue Roundup on November 6 at the Chanhassen Event Center.

Getting the royal treatment at a local salon can be nothing short of heaven on earth. From the cucumber water to the healing massages, there is a certain type of calm that rushes over you upon entering one of these establishments.

The Eden Prairie Chamber of Commerce and Southwest Metro Chamber of Commerce hosted an expo in October at Hazeltine National Golf Club in Chaska.

It’s pretty easy to love winter when it’s all about snow pants and snow days. But sometime around the legal driving age, winter becomes shovels, white-knuckle drives and dry skin. Winter loses its novelty.