Interfaith Outreach & Community Partners (IOCP) began its 17th annual Sleep Out campaign November 10 with hopes of raising $1.95 million by the end of the year—an increase of $150,000 over last year. The Sleep Out helps 1,700 struggling families in the lake area and beyond by providing basic needs like housing, child care, food, transportation and employment.
Tiger Oak Publications is seeking print interns to work in our Community Lifestyle Magazines group, which includes titles geared toward the Edina, Woodbury, Lake Minnetonka, St. Louis Park, White Bear Lake, Plymouth, Maple Grove and Southwest Metro communities. Our raft of CLMs are fresh, engaging and entertaining titles that offer interns and writers a broad range of experiences, including fact-checking, proofing and writing. See the job description below for a detailed look at the position.
Seven Blake Lower School students who banded together to improve water quality in Plymouth’s Mooney Lake were presented with a Watershed Heroes Youth Naturalist Award from the Minnehaha Creek Watershed District (MCWD) October 5 morning during an all-school assembly.
Evan Rechelbacher, a fourth grade student at Blake Lower School in Wayzata, recruited six of his classmates for a water cleanup project in June. Inspired by a recent meeting of the Mooney Lake Association, Evan organized a storm drain stenciling and cleaning effort in his neighborhood.
The polls are open! Vote today for your favorite image to take home hop honors in our Lens on Lake Minnetonka Readers’ Choice category. You can vote once every day between now and September 30.
Click here to cast your ballot.
It’s official – St. Louis Park Magazine has launched and we are so excited to bring this magazine to the community. Last night, we celebrated with a party at Rojo Mexican Grill in the Shops at West End and it was great to meet so many folks, many of whom are part of stories in our first issue as well as upcoming issues. It was also nice to hear that people are already reading and enjoying the magazine. That’s the goal!
As the daughter of two people who first met in a library—Mom was the head librarian at the Conrad Public Library and Dad, the new guy in town, came in looking for book recommendations—I was destined to love libraries.
My favorite aspect of any library is that it provides
resources and services for all community members. In addition to its
widely known children's programming, the Hennepin County Library
system, the umbrella under which all six Lake Minnetonka-area branches fall, also meets the needs of its adult patrons.
As of Friday, August 24, ResourceWest is only half-way to their $20,000 goal for the Back-to-School Program—and distribution of backpacks and supplies to students begins on Monday!
It’s August and we all know what that means: Back-to-school time is approaching! Upon us are the days to find those school supplies to get your kiddos ready for another year of learning. Creative Kidstuff in Wayzata has all you need and more to survive at school, so read on for a few of their top picks to start the year off in style.
Calling all photographers! Enter the third annual Lens on Lake Minnetonka photo contest, presented by Lake Minnetonka Magazine and sponsored by National Camera Exchange & Video. Entries will be accepted Aug. 1–31 in five categories: People and Families, Wildlife and Nature, Activities and Events, Landmarks, and Pets.