April 2017 Lake Minnetonka Magazine

In the April issue take a look at some local art and learn about a Lake Minnetonka local who has walked an ancient route in Spain.

Local author pens a coffee culture guide dedicated to the places that respect the ‘seed to cup’ process with sustainability and consistent quality in crafting coffee.
Bob Israel’s photo Stretching Out earns him yet another award.
Randy Stanley’s 6Smith caters to all kinds of diners with its relaxed vibe and lovingly crafted food.
The Cottagewood Store is back on April 29.
Horses have a way of connecting deeply with their riders. This month, we wrangled two inspiring stories of four-legged heroes.
Heidi Henderson and Doug Miller cultivate a magical, evolving green space.
Bet Shalom features one-of-kind ner tamid, created by a local artist.
Kay McCarthy merges diverse art forms.
Three Minnetonka middle schoolers develop bird-safe glass for windows.
Local resident walks an ancient route.
A jewelry artist finds healing in her craft.
Minnetonka resident pens reflections after experiencing life’s curveballs.
The Excelsior-Lake Minnetonka Historical Society turns 45.
Roll the dice on this local craft business.
Local dentist invents software to keep dental offices organized.
Two lake-area artisans show their work at annual fair.
Bowties for the unique and stylish.
Sweet Jules offers everything you need to make this spring a sweet one.