Community

A graphic that reads "Meet Your Winners, Lake Minnetonka Magazine Best of '19 Readers' Choice"

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.

A graphic reads "Keep It Local"

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 residents mill about at Summer Splash, one of Lake Minnetonka's biggest summer events.

Wayzata’s summer community events are now under one splashy brand.

A black and white photo of a canoe set to launch on Gray's Bay on Lake Minnetonka.

This month, we asked photographer Nancy Cohodes to tell us about “Land Canoeing,” which received third place in our Activities & Events category.

Author and Lake Minnetonka historian combs through the records at the Excelsior-Lake Minnetonka Historical Society.

Scott McGinnis’ personal history with the Lake Minnetonka area began back in 1856, when his ancestors moved south of Excelsior.

A giant silkmoth rests on a leaf.

Our columnist Anne Marie Ruff Grewal reflects on this month’s “exuberance” of growth.

A businesswoman checks off items on her to-do list.

Practical advice for getting things done from local media maven Natalie Webster.

A person fills out their bingo card at the Bingo & Burgers by the Bay event.

Since the first Bingo & Burgers by the Bay event in 2013, the Lake Minnetonka Excelsior Rotary Club (LMERC) has raised over $120,000 to help fund the Excelsior-Lake Minnetonka Chamber of Commerce’s Fourth of July fireworks.

A kitchen in a room at The Waters of Excelsior, a senior living facility.

With the senior population skyrocketing in the years to come—and with seniors wanting more out of their later years—local organizations adjust in creative ways.

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Saturday, May 2 to Sunday, May 3
[Arts & Performance], [Education & Community], [Home & Garden]
A group of 12 Artists with Studios in the Lake Minnetonka Area. Along with invited Guest Artists, a total of 30 Artists offering work in various mediums – Painting, Ceramics, Fiber, Jewelry, Glass, Wood, Metal, Sculpture and more
Saturday, April 25
[Benefits & Fundraisers]
Breanna’s Star is our main fundraising event held each spring to help support Breanna’s Gift, an organization bringing smiles to seriously ill children through the magic of the arts.