“It’s like living in a vacation”, says new resident LeeAnn Kronlokken about moving to Prairie Bluff Senior Living. “We still live in Eden Prairie and it’s easy for friends and family to visit”. Husband Jim agrees and adds, “We’re very comfortable here and couldn’t ask for better amenities, and the staff is amazing”.
‘Tis the Season, and regardless of what you celebrate, this time of year is special. For many, the few weeks leading into the end of the year are a chance to unwind and re-charge. Others see the year-end as one last sprint to the finish. Add in holiday celebrations, long-practiced rituals, festive decorations and—of course—what … Continued
Hearing Results on the Montessori Approach The Montessori approach works with infants through kindergarten age to maximize learning potential. A mantra for the system is, “The first five years last a lifetime.” A common claim is that children who have attended Montessori schools (both public and private) do better on standardized tests later on in life. After 20 years … Continued
A record attendance of 750-plus people at the sixth annual Prairie Brewfest helped the Eden Prairie Foundation raise almost $25,000. Attendees voted to award grants to Meals on Wheels, the READY! for K program, the PeopleFest! cultural celebration in Eden Prairie, and Friends of the Eden Prairie Library for construction of a rain garden at the newly … Continued
Late Christmas Eve, a young girl stares at the lights of the Christmas tree with sleepy eyes. Her thoughts drift to visions of the toys she hopes Santa will bring. She occasionally shifts her gaze out the window, watching the falling snow on the trees. Her younger brother has already given into sleep, his head resting on the families golden…
In a time when you aren’t sure what to expect from most restaurants, there’s comfort in something familiar. That’s exactly what the owners of New Fat Pants Brewing want you to feel like when you visit – comfortable - like you were in your own living room.
Wouldn’t it be fun to look at giant trees that are wonderfully decorated? How about eating s’mores over a roaring bonfire? Can you imagine yourself sipping hot cocoa or tea as you stroll through holiday lights? These are just a few of the things to do this December to bring light into the dark days of winter, and they are…