The Wayzata Library holds a lot of great stories, but the area in front of the local bibliothèque was the scene of a special love story.
As with any good tome, let’s start at the beginning:
Health & Wellness
Last year, seven paved miles were added to the 13.5 miles of the Dakota Rail Regional Trail, a multi-use recreation path connecting Hennepin and Carver counties.
1. Wear lifejackets when the boat is moving. Children 10 and younger are required to wear one and there must be one for everyone on board.
Built in 1890 as a private estate for Frederick Noerenberg, founder of Grain Belt Brewery and his family, the 74 acres of the Noerenberg Gardens were willed to Three Rivers Park District when the last Noerenberg child died in 1972.
As people age it becomes more difficult for them to get out, make new friends and enjoy activities such as fishing and boating that are so dear to Minnesotans’ hearts.
Minnetonka locals Holly Evans, Stachia Fey and Christine Thompson have always been self-described “water enthusiasts,” but it wasn’t until 2010—when the trio was first introduced to stand-up paddle-boarding—that they discovered a true passion, and made it their goal to share it with the entire la
Orono resident Matthew Sanford believes that “living vibrantly and feeling more alive is a birth right.” The founder of Mind Body Solutions, a non-profit yoga studio in Minnetonka, was paralyzed from the chest down at age 13 after a car accident; however, he is passionate about the practice of yo
Inspired by an initiative eighth grader Rosie DelMain suggested to the environmental club at Minnetonka Middle School East, a memorial vegetable garden was created last year honoring students
As winter turns to spring, get ready for a new season of growing ahead by creating your own fairy garden that can be transplanted outside once the weather warms. “You can’t do it wrong,” says Kari Line at Otten Bros. in Long Lake.