Our beauty and style habits can get stuck in a rut. I love travel for so many reasons, including what it awakens in us. Travel can increase creativity, which has a significant impact on our beauty and style, among other things.
In September, nearly 300 people gathered to dine, dance and raise money to support St. Martin’s by-the-Lake Episcopal Church’s missions.
When we think of classic Broadway, we may think of extravagant settings, farcical humor and overblown musical numbers—and Old Log Theatre’s spring musical, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels fits that bill exactly.
In September, Top Dog Country Club hosted its annual event, Howlin’ for Growlers, at Excelsior Brewing Co. The event benefited the organization’s charitable arm, the Top Dog Foundation, which is committed to providing loving homes for aging and ill dogs who would otherwise be euthanized.
Bray Homes thanked supporters with its first-ever client appreciation party at Excelsior Brewing Co. in October. The party events featured a raffle of items including Minnesota Gopher hockey tickets and restaurant gift cards, all to raise money for the Children’s Miracle Network.
The beloved story of a little bunny who doesn’t want to go to sleep is being brought to life by the Stages Theatre.
Good little girls and boys met the Jolly Old Elf—or possibly one of his “helpers”—on December 16 at the Chaska Community Center.
In July, Hammer Residences hosted its annual Reach for Ralph fundraiser at the Nicollet Island Pavilion. The night celebrated more than 90 years of serving the lake area with services for adults and children with developmental disabilities.
The annual Polar Bear Picnic is just around the corner, and there are activities at the Lowry Nature Center for every winter lover out there.