Health & Wellness

St. Croix Trail Blazers

Founded in 2010, the St. Croix Trail Blazers is a unique organization with a group of riders who share a love of horses and a commitment to overcoming challenges.

Kids Oasis in Stillwater is open six days a week for open play, starting at 9 a.m. daily Monday through Saturday (closing times vary). Birthday party packages are also available during off hours.

PureYoga in Stillwater has been open for seven years, thanks to St. Paul transplant Suzy Schaak, who saw a need, filled it and, with support of the community, now owns a thriving wellness center.

While we are all happy winter is over and the flowers are coming out, have you considered how your trees and shrubs have fared? We get to hide from winter in our homes, but our landscape is not so lucky.

After its expansive remodeling 10 years ago, Stillwater Public Library has made a few structural adjustments with help from Gardner Builders throughout the winter months.

Aimee Van Ostrand’s impetus for opening her Stillwater acupuncture location was her relationship with the nonprofit Compass Center for Healing in Stillwater, which works with local veterans, offering donation-only services to

Located on the corner of Walnut Street and Second Avenue, the law firm of Eckberg Lammers P.C. is in the historic Goss-Boyden building, built in 1871. As the firm was looking to renovate their office space, they also wanted to preserve the historical look and feel as much as possible.

After a full 2016 season and January off, Chateau St. Croix has reopened under new management with regular hours and events that celebrate local wine, art, cheeses and gourmet foods. Nestled in rolling hills north of St.

Of course lights twinkle inside the glacial archways and wintry towers, tunnels and foundations feature two ice slides—it’s an ice castle, after all, built using icicles instead of blocks to affect a towering, Gothic presence, brought to the St.

Here’s a clue as to why you should spend your Valentine’s Day at a St. Croix Valley bed-and-breakfast: Children are generally not allowed. “People come to a B&B to escape children!” Phipps Inn owner and innkeeper Mary Ellen Cox says with a laugh.

Whether you realize it or not, you’ve already been introduced to the art of aerial dance even before you enter the Pole Barn at 122 Water St. S. in Stillwater.