Lunds 6228 Penn Ave S, Richfield, MN55423 Lunds is a grocery store chain with locations throughout the Twin Cities. This store provides frozen foods,…More produce, meat, seafood and non-perishable grocery items. Health and beauty products are available, and there is also a florist. The pharmacy provides online prescription refills and flu shots, as well as a wide selection of over-the-counter medications. Caribou Coffee is also available at this location.
Kor-Am Tae Kwon DO School 6610 Penn Ave S, Richfield, MN55423 The Kor-Am Tae Kwon Do School has been owned by Scott Lindeberg for decades, who was raised in Richfield and has a…More family here. His studio features classes for all ages in Korean-style martial arts. Aside from after-school kids' classes, all of the classes are mixed in gender and age. While the classes are also mixed in ranking, each student is on a personal track to earn their white through black belts. There are also inter-studio tournaments. This local and welcoming studio is a great place for Richfield families to practice and apply the studio's philosophy: "self-improvement, self-defense, health and well-being."
Woof Central provides daycare services for dogs, including a range of social and exercise activities that keep dogs…More entertained and happy while their people are away. The staff gets to know each dog, so personalized attention is given. Boarding services are also available, with individual sleeping dens, and the facility features a 5,000 square-foot indoor playground for dogs to romp and socialize, as well as an outdoor area, grooming center and a lounge for humans.
Dogs must be flea and tick free, in good health and pass a temperament evaluation. Dogs over seven months must be spayed or neutered, and an emergency contact must be provided.
Sheridan Hills Elementary students typically live west of Nicollet Ave. The school was formerly a kindergarten…More through 3rd grade facility, but added 4th and 5th grades - like all Richfield elementary schools - at the beginning of the 2010-11 school year. Sheridan offers English as a second language (ESL), special education classes and employs a social worker and school psychologist.
Sheridan has makes an effort to integrate the arts, diversity, and health and wellness into its traditional curriculum. For example, at the end of the 2009-10 school year, all students and teachers painted self portraits. Students then reflected and discussed the differences in everyones skin color and facial features. Students also began visiting the Ordway Center for Performing Arts in 2010 to see, and later reflect on, dance and drama.