Going Out


Our beauty and style habits can get stuck in a rut. I love travel for so many reasons, including what it awakens in us. Travel can increase creativity, which has a significant impact on our beauty and style, among other things.

Wine on Wayzata Bay is an annual fundraiser hosted by the Wayzata Yacht Club to benefit the nonprofit Wayzata Community Sailing Center (read more about the center on page 24).

Whether you love hitting the dance floor or haven’t learned a new move since the macarena, Cinema Ballroom has dance classes to help you move like a pro (or at least with the confidence of one).

The crowd enjoyed a lively performance during the annual Circus Juventas Gala in November.

At the inaugural Lowertown Pop market at the Union Depot, attendees can enjoy a leisurely afternoon of shopping while supporting local businesses and a Saint Paul charity.

Wayzata’s The Partners Group hosted its annual fishing tournament to raise funds for a number of good causes.

In September, the Cottagewood Store celebrated 120 years of being a go-to shop and gathering place for the community.

Mark Slick is a true chronicler of life around Lake Minnetonka. The accomplished photographer seems to pop up with his camera at most popular events on the lake, and his images have won acclaim over the years in our annual Lens on Lake Minnetonka photo contest.

Community members gathered at Wayzata’s Heritage Park on Veterans’ Day to plant “flags for freedom” and post veterans’ names on an Honor Board.

Luxury real estate brokerage firm Engel & Völkers celebrated the grand opening of its Minneapolis location (owned by a team of Minnetonka natives) in October.

Admit it—we’re all looking for the perfect St. Patrick’s Day party where we can show off our “Kiss me, I’m Irish” T-shirts. Here in the Lake Minnetonka area, no one does St.