Eye care specialists in Chaska and Chanhassen offer ways to keep your eyes safe this summer.
Health & Wellness
Christi Nordby has an infectious zeal for life. The Chanhassen-based Pilates instructor, wife, mother, model and mentor seeks to live life to the fullest and help others do the same.
For the Waconia Lions’ biggest fundraiser of the year, they deliver meat: exotic meat you can’t pick up at the local grocery store. “People come from hundreds of miles away,” says Waconia Lions president Scott Tomes. “It’s like the Super Bowl of Waconia.”
Bhante Sathi has a mission: to share the benefits of meditation with the entire world. That’s what led the Buddhist monk to open the Chaska Mindfulness Center. “I wanted to create a neutral place, without cultural barriers,” he says.
When you live in Minnesota, you just have to make the most of winter weather.
Santa and Mrs. Claus (who get a little help from Les and Janine Hulke of Savage) will be at the Teddy Bear Tea at Oak Ridge Hotel & Conference Center.
For a group of Eden Prairie residents, raising chickens is not meant only for farm hands. Currently, backyard chickens are allowed only in rural areas of Eden Prairie.
While the Christmas light show is a time-honored tradition that’s only improved with the invention of LED lights and programming software, one Chaska couple hopes to start a Halloween light show trend.
Chaska’s first Fire and Ice Bonspiel at Firemen’s Park on July 22-24 featured fun for all ages.
It will take more than the American team to win back one of golf’s most prestigious and coveted trophies, the Ryder Cup, from the Europeans, who have held a firm grasp on the trophy since they captured it for the third successive time in Scotland in 2014.
It was a rare situation, one that made Kathy Kuhl of Chanhassen wish for the familiarly annoying doctor’s appointment calendar-delay.