A green heron makes a perfect photo subject.
Arts & Culture
Drop anchor at the 44th annual Real Runabouts Rendezvous to see some of the country’s finest wooden watercraft.
The Orono Foundation for Education’s annual Red and Blue Bash was held at the Lafayette Club in April and raised $315,000 to benefit Orono schools. The sold out Vegas-style event was attended by 450 guests for food, casino games, an auction and more.
Each month, we feature one of the winning photos from our 2018 Lens on Lake Minnetonka photo contest.
This month, pack up the kids and head out to Minnetrista for Gale Woods Farm’s annual breakfast on the farm event.
Justin Hammer discovered he had a gift for drawing in an art class senior year at Orono High. He’s been painting ever since.
Wayzata High School student Vincent Cao began volunteering with his mom when he was young, and now he works with Club Y.E.S. and Second Harvest Heartland.
Minnetonka High School student Anna Wander likes to travel—and she’s gone all over the world with her globetrotting family.
Jai Chadha is a rising senior at Minnetonka High School—and he’s already organized a TED talk.
The rising senior is involved in several sports, audition choir, a capella jazz group, Math League and more.
Building a home for public and private life with Studio M Interiors and Denali Custom Homes.