tudies show that outdoor workouts have multiple benefits, including boosting moods, releasing stress, improving self-esteem and increasing absorption of natural vitamin D, which takes a dive in the winter.
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The Carver County Fair is back with all the summer favorites and new attractions in the mix. The five-day festivities include lots of animals, live music, food, contests and plenty of attractions for the whole family.
Half a billion people will watch the Ryder Cup this fall. The famed biennial match attracts teams of top golfers from Europe and the United States to some of the most prestigious courses in the world.
The Integrated Arts Academy’s first open house gala and silent auction on April 22 in Chaska featured hors d’oeuvres and visual arts created by students.
Brave swimmers—785 of them—plunged into the icy waters of Riley Lake at the 2016 Eden Prairie Polar Plunge on March 12. The event raised more than $210,000 for Special Olympics Minnesota.
Baseball attracts everyone, from children on sandlots to adults in pinstripes, who understand that every pitch, swing, stretch to the base or leap at the fence are equal opportunities for greatness or disaster.
Talk with Marla Spivak and you’ll soon understand that small things can make a big impact. “It is estimated that one in three bites of food we eat is made possible by the pollination services bees provide,” she says.
When Chaska author and active-living advocate Kara Thom signed on to write the books that accompany Go! Go! Sports Girls dolls, she had no idea that the gig would eventually lead to an invitation from The White House. In April, Thom and Go! Go!
Situated on the Dakota Rail Regional bike trail, Ruby’s Roost Bakery has become a cult hit with walkers and cyclists alike.
Luscious lashes have been in fashion for decades, but a new boutique in Chanhassen might have you trading in the mascara tube for lash extensions.
Kick off the summer with HomeTown Bank’s June block party. Enjoy family-friendly activities and entertainment presented by the bank and its resident coffee shop, Mocha Monkey, along with other area businesses.