Arts & Culture

Last year’s Wine on Wayzata Bay fundraiser for Wayzata Sailing included beloved elements like a wine tasting, snacks, music and boat rides until sunset. This year’s bash is on June 28—watch for more info in next month’s issue of Lake Minnetonka Magazine.

The Music Association of Minnetonka welcomes new artistic director Sean Vogt. Incredibly, this is the ensemble’s first directorial change in 40 years.

In our modern world of stuffy galleries, “do not touch” signs and mass-produced prints, art can feel distant and unfriendly. But local artist Matt Swenson, founder of the Minnesota Art Truck, sees art differently.

During the holiday season, the Minnetonka Center for the Arts transforms into a haven for crafts and gifts.

She drinks an elixir of cider vinegar, honey, warm water and a dash of lemon juice every day—she has for as long as she can remember, possibly since she was a teenager.

When parents and students walk into Hilltop Primary School in Minnetrista, they see much more than a typical school entryway.

When lake-area native and Minnetonka High graduate Maddie Peters decided to pursue a career in medicine, she was continuing a rich family tradition.

You know how New Year’s resolutions go: We vow to work out, eat healthy, travel and so on.

Stumped on decorating your home exterior for the holidays? Jessie Jacobson, owner of Tonkadale Greenhouse, has a few suggestions.

Don’t miss the eighth annual Long Lake Art Show on November 11 at Orono High School.

Like many longtime Minnetonka residents, Josh and Mae Tunks fell in love with their property: the quiet street, the wooded lot with plenty of shade, and the proximity to their extended family. But their aging rambler itself? Not so much.

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