September 2018 Lake Minnetonka Magazine

In the September issue we're chatting with Wayzata author Anne Marie Ruff about her move back to the lake.

Minnetrista photographer partners with local humane society to find fur-ever homes.
Two beers, one dark and one light
We’ve rounded up the best ways to celebrate Oktoberfest, that quintessentially German tradition, around Lake Minnetonka. Prost!
Matches, an Excelsior Candle Co. candle and two gold and white straws.
Heidi Mueller always had candles in her life.
A military family poses for a photo in their kitchen.
A military family realizes their dream renovation after years of planning and saving.
Apple pie.
Every year, one of the highlights of the Apple Day festivities in Excelsior is the pie and dessert baking contest.
Families Moving Forward offers hospitality, emergency shelter and a path to a home with support and stability.
The sun sets on the horizon over a lake.
Fifty years of shooting has given Mike Maki the ability to find interesting scenes anywhere.
44 North Boutique is among the newest shops that line Wayzata’s East Lake Street,
After many years away, living in Los Angeles and traveling the world, Ruff returned to the Wayzata area last year.
Two people place garden trimmings into a paper bag.
Fall is the perfect time to start getting a garden ready for winter.
Excelsior writer shares her journey with a terminal illness through art.
Late Wayzata police officer Bill Matthews with his son Wyatt and wife Shawn.
Officer Bill Mathews was tragically hit and killed by a distracted driver in September 2017.
Twin Cities–native Becca Kufrin planned the date for her then-boyfriend Arie Luyendyk.
Local businesses jump on the hashtag trend to reward customers.
Emma Rose Consignment Boutique is the new moniker of the former Cherie Consignment Boutique.
Standing Still/Still Standing was shown during the Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival earlier this year.
Children's clothing, including shirts and shoes, sits on a table.
The line includes clothes, accessories, shoes, artwork, toys and books.