March 2017 St. Louis Park Magazine

In the March issue give your interior decor a little pop by adding brightening lighting and accessories to your home

Old Saint Louis Park hotel has a shady history.
When the kids can’t get out of bed, lure them out with breakfast in the Park.
Punch Bowl Social offers food and fun with an old-school twist.
The city’s first cocktail room brings a new energy to industrial park.
The Empty Bowls fundraiser strives to make neighbors’ hunger visible.
Two St. Louis Park businesses help clients brighten their homes with lighting and accent pieces.
The bread dates back centuries and is a staple of many St. Patrick’s Day dinners.
Westwood Hills Nature Center teaches how maple syrup is made.
Commemorate the vernal equinox, exactly half day and half night, by paying a visit to Half Price Books.
Greg Hennes’ newly reopened showroom has art for every taste and budget.
The city’s annual tree sale is back for a ninth year.
St. Louis Park’s neighborhood associations help create safe and strong communities.
Innovative living community offers a wide array of housing options for seniors.