June 2018 Southwest Metro Magazine

In the June issue check out some local restaurants and breweries that are putting out the welcome mat for four-legged friends!

This winning photograph was captured at the Flying Cloud Airport Soccer Fields on a foggy August morning by Christine Neff Kojetin prior to a soccer game of her daughter, Alexandra.

 

Signs of summer have arrived: Birds are tweeting, beaches are opening and the calendar is filling up with days-long sports tournaments for the kids.

 

Calling all former and current employees of the Chanhassen Dinner Theatres (CDT), your presence is requested back at work—this time, you’re the guests!

 

The Bridezilla stories have become clichés at this point—a stressed out bride yelling at her mother and her best friends, hysterical because the flowers are all wrong or the seating chart is messed up or …

 

Just when high schoolers and college students think the unbridled freedom of summer and all it offers is before them, a parent reminds/commands, “You need a summer job.”

 

Jennifer Kaeding admits her dog, Rooney, is spoiled. The easygoing Bernese mountain dog spends lots of time tagging along with Kaeding and her family. “We take him to as many places as we can,” says Kaeding.

 

An engineer, an entrepreneur and a couple of account managers walk into a bar …

 

Caregivers of older adults can face a multitude of physical and emotional concerns, pivoting to provide assistance for issues related to advocacy for healthcare, financial advice, day-to-day physical and emotional care and more.  

 

Katherine Center writes of 20-something Margaret Jacobson, who is looking forward to two things—a new dream job and an engagement ring from her boyfriend, Chuck.  Although Margaret is afraid of flying, pilot-in-training Chuck persuades her to go on a short flight before what she assumes is their

 

Any list of teen-centric apps would be incomplete without mentioning Instagram. The platform lets you edit and post your photos, encouraging you to accrue “Likes” and “Followers.” The interface is easy to use, with a constant feed of photos from the accounts you follow.

 

Long before the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum took shape, an immigrant from Switzerland, Theodore Bost, arrived. Bost purchased the land from a railroad engineer in 1855.

 

Bull's Eye
 
1/3 cup lemon juice
1 can light beer
1 can ginger ale
2 Tbsp. sugar
ice

Pour lemon juice into a pitcher, and add light beer and ginger ale. Add sugar, stir until it dissolves and serve over ice. Cheers! Makes 4 servings.

 

Let’s get started planting trees with tips from the Mustard Seed Landscaping & Garden Center.

 

Take this summer by storm by eliminating sweat-related body odor with Lumē. Chaska resident Shannon Klingman, M.D., is the creator of the natural deodorant.