Our Savior Lutheran Church & School hosted its annual community Easter egg hunt in April at the Excelsior Commons. There were 16,000 candy-filled eggs, puppet shows, fire trucks from the Excelsior Fire District—and plenty of coffee for grown-ups.
Noerenberg Gardens is the former estate of the Grain Belt brewing family.
Many have driven past and visited Oak Hill Cemetery, located along Excelsior Boulevard and Highway 7 near Excelsior, where more than a thousand local residents have been buried since the 1800s.
Plan a staycation this summer with a handful of our favorite places to stay, eat and explore near Lake Minnetonka.
Nature’s beauty is rich and intense this month.
We celebrate the winners of our 2019 Best of Lake Minnetonka readers’ choice survey, and celebrate how wonderful it is to watch our neighborhoods, business communities, and local amenities grow.
The “staycation” trend makes so much sense: Put together a day or weekend trip for your family, and save time (and money) on the travel itself.
Wayzata’s summer community events are now under one splashy brand.
This month, we asked photographer Nancy Cohodes to tell us about “Land Canoeing,” which received third place in our Activities & Events category.
Scott McGinnis’ personal history with the Lake Minnetonka area began back in 1856, when his ancestors moved south of Excelsior.
Our columnist Anne Marie Ruff Grewal reflects on this month’s “exuberance” of growth.