Health & Wellness

Most people look forward to summer as a chance to enjoy nice weather and take it easy. But Minnetrista native Rollie Lacy looked ahead to this summer as a chance to prove himself as a professional baseball player.

The Lake Minnetonka Half Marathon allows runners to experience the scenic route from downtown Wayzata to Commons Park in Excelsior.

Diane Wissink, owner of Wayzata’s La Petite Parfumerie, works with customers one-on-one to help them find fragrances that fit their tastes.

Easter is on April 1—celebrate with your family around Lake Minnetonka. Find some Easter eggs, choose a front pew and then brunch on pancakes and mimosas.

Community Easter Egg Hunt

Evangeline Stacy is one of those people who emits good vibes. She’s a savvy businesswoman, but she’s equally passionate about causes like environmentalism and gender equality. Even better?

From The New York Times, November 26, 1992: “Mike Plant, the 42-year-old solo ocean sailor whose disappearance at sea while en route from New York to France produced an extensive two-week search in the Atlantic Ocean, was declared missing and presumed dead yesterday.
 

Irene Stemmer, sharp as ever at age 92, is leafing through her book, The Trapper’s Cabin of Wayzata: A Journey to Preservation, when she stops on a page near the back.

Need to hit the reset button on your sleep habits? The Better Pillow might be able to help.

With the ultimate goal to end lung cancer, A Breath of Hope Lung Foundation, based in Wayzata, keeps busy. Their mission is to aid and increase research, spread awareness and support patients.

Dermot Cowley grew up in Ireland, and there are two things running through his veins: a devotion to his country and its culture, and a deep love for the hospitality industry.

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