The Minnetonka Center for the Arts hosted a fundraiser with boathouse tours led by the author and photographer of Boathouses of Lake Minnetonka.
Arts & Culture
The children’s story follows Lenny as he shows his friend, Wally the Walleye, around the lake.
This photo took first place in the Pets category of our annual contest.
The best part about this dual release is that you experience each song twice.
The series is an entertaining read for Anglophiles, lovers of mysteries, and those who enjoy ahead-of-their-time historical heroines.
Teens make bath bombs, squishies, and more at the library’s makerspace.
Guy Mohs shares his journey as an immigrant and soccer star.
Fill your family’s summer calendar with camps that are full of sunshine.
In all, 50 artists participated in the trip.
Gretchen Fleener’s love of face painting started early. When she was 15, the Mound resident began face painting at Valleyfair during her summer vacations.
The word “maker” is one that gets tossed around a lot these days. It’s pretty trendy to say that you’re a maker, a word that allows for a vague definition of your job yet informs people that you’re creating something, whether it’s original music, organic eats or even Instagram stories.