The Bell Museum has a mammoth-sized grand opening weekend set for July 13 to 15.
Our homes offer us protection from the elements, privacy for the occupants and are the centerpiece of our lives. The environments in which we live can also contribute to ill health.
Unity Minneapolis will host a one-day workshop, The 4 Aspects of God Experiential Workshop: Divine Love, Divine Wisdom, Divine Power of Creation & Divine Aliveness, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., on July 21, at its Golden Valley location. The three presenters for this event are Rev. Lura Smedstad, Nea Clare and Dr. Janet Rasmussen.
Empowering youth through nature, healthy food and community is the mission of Urban Roots. Located in East St. Paul, this urban agriculture nonprofit organization engages thousands of youths each year.
Duir Massage is hosting monthly summertime meet-ups at various parks in July, August and September. The July 21 gathering will begin at noon, at Elm Creek Preserve, in Maple Grove.
One of the main goals of natural food markets is to supply customers with organic, non-GMO produce that is locally sourced. When you are weighing your options, be sure to consider the nutritional benefits of non-modified foods compared to modified foods as well as the foods’ environmental impact.
Inflammation is one of today’s hot topics in health and wellness. One of the best products to reduce inflammation in the body is boswellia.
Words, like other things, have value. When we value things, we use special words. Many things add to the value that we give something. The more limited something is, the more valuable it becomes. It is the old concept of supply and demand—the more the supply, the less the cost or value we put on it.