January 2023

Welcome, January. We embrace your story yet to be told. “For last year’s words belong to last year’s language. And next year’s words await another voice.” —T.S. Eliot

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Lake Minnetonka Magazine January 2023

Forget the month of March. I think, if we do it right, January comes in like a lion.

Cover of Best of Lake Minnetonka 2022.

We have an idea Lake Minnetonka … Best of Lake Minnetonka 2023 Guidelines

Walking path in winter.

Find Your Path in Nature. Winter activities at the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum.

Woman looking at a fitness tracker.

Top Four Wellness Trends in 2023. Keeping fit in the new year.

Photo of the first school built in Wayzata

Wayzata’s Schoolhouse Hill. A quick history of Wayzata's Schoolhouse Hill.

Cast Iron Pork Chops

Simply Delicious Cast Iron Pork Chops. Warm and cozy comfort food to help weather a Minnesota winter.

Raspberry Mocktails

A Fresh Start with Non Alcoholic Sips. Drink ideas for Dry January.

Sandvold Lakeside Learning Center

Hands-on Learning Is Coming to Lake Minnetonka’s Shores. Wayzata center will offer STEM-based education.

Bryce Alexander posing with one of his Little Free Libraries.

An Eagle Scout Project That Is History in the Making. Eagle Scout creates Little Free Libraries in Excelsior.

Heidi Mueller pouring candles for Excelsior Candle Co.

Excelsior Candle Co. Founder Pours Her Heart Out. Candle maker creates products that smell good while doing good.

Petals for Purpose Dress

Floral Artisan Brings Natural Style to the Forefront. Petals for Purpose branches into wearable floral creations.

Brian Mahoney

Embrace North Encourages Minnesotans To Embrace the Cold. Cold therapy brings opportunities for community, wellness.

Honk & Holler play poster

Honk & Holler Coming to the Minnetonka Stage. Minnetonka Theatre presents one-act play.

Hands holding a Tuaca Apple Pie Cocktail.

Best Après-Ski Cocktails To Warm Up With. Let the fun begin after a day on the slopes … or wherever else.

Navy Dad

Lens on Lake Minnetonka: Navy Dad. A familial scene captures a happy memory.