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Arts & Culture
The Wayzata Yacht Club on Lake Minnetonka serves as the striking backdrop for Boats and Rainbows, which was taken by Cat Parker and placed first in the City Landmarks category of our annual Lens on Lake Minnetonka photo contest.
Children entering grades 3–5 for the 2021–2022 academic year experienced a day of fun and learning at the annual South Lake Safety Camp. The program featured a day of education from local safety professionals, goodie bags with safety items to take home and more.
Support the Mound-Westonka Rotary Club at its annual Tonka Brew Fest from 3–6 p.m. November 6 at Gale Woods Farm.
Do snowmen have feelings? What do fish think about below a frozen lake?
Based on the historical BBC radio program The Kitchen Front, this novel by Jennifer Ryan follows four women on the World War II home front in Britain when food rationing was in full swing.
“The essential joy of being with horses is that it brings us in contact with the rare elements of grace, beauty, spirit and freedom.” —Sharon Ralls
Sisters Anna Hagen and Nikki Hollerich run their own custom wood décor shop, Hagen and Oats, and sell their wares in a number of makers markets and shops around the Twin Cities, including Ridgedale Center’s Minnesota Strong.
Excelsior’s Judy Voigt Englund often walks down to Crescent Beach on Lake Minnetonka in the summertime to watch the sunset.
The Firefly Sisterhood’s first annual Live Like It’s Spring event was held on Mother’s Day in downtown Wayzata and featured information materials, a beverage stand and brunch to go for attendees.