Eden Prairie High School Dance Team (EPDT) danced alongside several other high school and college dance teams, and Justin Timberlake, at Super Bowl LII at US Bank Stadium. The halftime show was fast-paced and exciting, as dancers were on the field multiple times to perform.
PiM Arts High School put on a fantastic Winter Spectacular over December 7th and 8th. The show included performances by Nick Jordan, Mariah Mercedes, PiM Chamber Singers, Black Label Movement, and Har Mar Superstar. Photography by Nora Johnson.
Music Majors at the Performing Institute of Minnesota attended a Q&A Workshop with Jeremy Messersmith, who spoke with the high schools vocal and instrumental music majors on November 28th. Photography by Alex Horgan.
Lion's Club celebrates another year of community support and brotherhood. Lions support causes that focus on eyesight, diabetes, hearing, vocal and other disabilities. They are also often the first on the scene with donations in times of disaster. Roar! Lion's Roar!
Students from PiM High School participated in a dance master class with Malpaso Dance Company's artistic director, Osnel Delgado. A pit stop for the Brazil-based dance company during their tour to MN for a concert at Northrop Auditorium.
This year's Prairie Brewfest was a smashing success. The craft-beer sampling event featuring nearly 20 craft-beer brewers, live music, games, and food trucks. Proceeds from Prairie Brewfest went to the Eden Prairie Community Foundation.
On August 31st, the Eden Prairie Dance Team wrapped up its Annual Walk-a-thon fundraiser. Over 40 EPDT dancers and 20 Special Olympians participated. Over 11 years the dance team have logged in 60 miles and donated $12,000 to the Special Olympics - Western Wings Chapter.
Around 5,000 ears of corn were consumed at this year's Eden Prairie Lions Corn Feed at Round Lake Park. Funds raised went towards the projects and nonprofits supported by the Eden Prairie Lions and Lioness Clubs.
Saturday, September 2nd the newly formed Eden Prairie Chinese Association celebrated with a ribbon cutting, picnic, and entertainment at Riley Lake Park Pavilion. About 150 people attended and brought dishes to share. There was traditional music, singing, poetry, and dancing. Mingzhou Huaxia Chinese School shared games and Mandarin class information.