Eye care specialists in Chaska and Chanhassen offer ways to keep your eyes safe this summer.
Health & Wellness
The Eden Prairie Community Foundation is planning its second annual Prairie Brewfest this month. This year’s festival aims to be bigger and better, featuring live music, food, and a raffle.
At first blush, it might be difficult to imagine that Brian Robison was ever a little boy growing up in the idyllic-sounding town of Splendora, deep in the proverbial heart of Texas, where he pond hopped his way through fishing spots in between playing football and running track.
Tai Chi classes, fashion shows and trips to the North Shore. What may seem like a twenty-something’s weekend lineup is really what the Eden Prairie Senior Center is offering its visitors.
There is nothing worse than receiving news that your pet is ill and won’t recover. The hard reality smacked me in the face on August 20, 2012.
Leanna Cartwright’s Etsy shop, Sprinkly Baby, is the place to go for all things cute.
Residents of Chanhassen celebrated Arbor Day with a tree planting on May 2 at Chanhassen Hills Park and an annual poster contest.
The Chaska BBQ Bash on May 1 at Hazeltine National Golf Club raised money for Chaska High School’s activities, athletics and academic programs.
Every day, animals are abandoned or placed into kennels, dependent on charities and volunteers. These organizations are strained beyond coping and are desperate to raise awareness of the plight of homeless and abandoned animals.
The Wild Ones Prairie Edge, a local gardening group dedicated to creating environmentally friendly landscaping through native plants, is hosting its annual fundraiser this month.
“I’m so sorry you haven’t been able to get a hold of me,” says Hailey Salden, a senior at Chaska High School. “I have track practice in the afternoons.”