This summer, Wayzata Sailing opened their Mike Plant Community Boathouse.
Scarves, mittens and hats dotted the trees and benches of Rice Park just as the weather was turning colder--given by some anonymous community members.
Lake Minnetonka Magazine reader Bob Israel received an honorable mention in the Wildlife & Nature category of our 2016 Lens on Lake Minnetonka photo contest for his photo Winter’s Waning, which features a sunset over Lake Minnetonka. Israel captured the photo last March.
We love featuring your Travel Log photos every month and seeing where readers venture with their copies of Lake Minnetonka Magazine. Going forward, we’re expanding our Snap Shot section here to include a wider variety.
Wayzata’s calendar rarely sees a dull moment, so it can sometimes feel hard to keep up with the abundance of community events and local news.
Local artist and photographer Deb Zeller is no stranger to this Last Glance page of Lake Minnetonka Magazine; her photos have appeared here several times over the last few years.
Excelsior Commons Beach is where we often like to soak up the rays during the warm summer months. But don’t forget—we can enjoy the beloved beach all year ’round.
When one thinks of Minnesota sports, it’s often the frozen lake pastimes that come to mind; hockey and ice-fishing serve as the renowned recreational activites of every fleece jacket-wearing northerner.
Our Lady of Peace was founded in Saint Paul in 1941 by the Dominican Sisters of Hawthorne, a Catholic order whose work with the sick and dying dates back to 1896.
Dr. Charles Crutchfield Sr. and Dr. Charles Crutchfield III are two of Saint Paul’s best known physicians. Dr. Crutchfield Sr. has delivered more than 9,000 babies in his career as an obstetrician and gynecologist. His son, Dr.
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