Take to the sky, and you’ll never know who or what you’ll meet. “I’ve had eagles off my wing, just checking me out,” Alex Peterson says. “Actually, they’re really good guides. On one flight, I met three turkey vultures at 500 feet.
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Privacy if you need it; social interaction of you want it. Recreation and respite opportunities abound with resort-style living designed with the comforts of home.
A local crew of mostly volunteers works hard each spring to get the historic steamboat Minnehaha ready to launch into Lake Minnetonka’s waters for the summer boating season.
If you’re in the boat-selling business, there aren’t many better places to be than Lake Minnetonka.
The 13-acre Excelsior Commons park area was designed with summer nights in mind, with public recreation space, playgrounds, swimming areas, sports facilities and restrooms flanking beautiful Lake Minnetonka in the heart of bustling Excelsior.
When the going gets tough, therapy might well be the answer. Although the word might conjure images of sitting on a couch across from a therapist with a clipboard, that’s far from the only form this practice can take. In equine-assisted therapy, the session might be in a stable or pasture.
Hooray! It’s farmers market season once again. Don’t miss the opening days of our local favorites, this month and next.
Minnetonka Farmers Market
Tuesdays, 3-7 p.m. // Starts June 12, Minnetonka Civic Center Campus, 14600 Minnetonka Blvd., Minnetonka
Dry. Humid. Chapped. Sunburned.
As Minnesotans, we’re all aware the changing seasons can wreak havoc on our skin. There are endless recommendations and remedies to treat skin woes. But how can you tell which ones are right for you?
Minnetonka wants to be a dementia-friendly city. The Alzheimer’s Association defines a dementia-friendly community in part as one that is informed, safe and respectful of individuals with dementia and their families, provides supportive options, and fosters quality of life.
Bungee fitness is a high-flying international sensation that has landed in Minnetonka at The Aviary studio.
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.