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After opening a new retail store in downtown Excelsior’s historic Miller Block Building on Water Street in March, Faribault Woolen Mill Co. will greet its first winter holiday season with new product lines, which hit the shelves this autumn.

Fishing is nothing new to residents around Lake Minnetonka, but now you can do it for a cause. The Partners Group of Wayzata is hosting its annual fishing tournament this month.

Augusta Pet Services offers doggy day care, overnight care, pet grooming and classes. Basically, it’s a spa day for your furry friend.

Excelsior’s Licks Unlimited has been serving up cones piled high with various flavors of ice cream for years. Open April through October, Licks Unlimited, which draws crowds from all over the country, is one of the many reasons Minnesota summers are the best summers.

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St. David’s Center of Child & Family Development knows just how important family is to our community through their work with child and family development. Help St.

In Minnesota and other water-centric places, boating is a quintessential family activity. So it’s fitting that Excelsior-based Minnesota Inboard Water Sports, which is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year, has been a family venture from day one.

The days are getting longer, and the weather is getting warmer, which means summer is nearly here, and so are graduation season and Father’s Day. Whether you’re looking for something classic or unique, or a little bit of both, the menswear boutiques around Lake Minnetonka have you covered.

A ruptured eardrum inspired Jackson Mann to create an innovative new product that landed him on national TV. Earlier this year, Mann—a graduate of Wayzata High School and the University of St.

Father Colman Barry, left, and Bill Kling at the first MPR station in Collegeville, Minn.

St. Clair Avenue is a long way from the Champs-Élysées, but when you step around the corner from St. Clair onto Albert Street and stroll into Valise Apothecary and Boutique, you may feel Paris just got a little closer.

After working at Treadle Yard Goods for more than 21 years, Michele Hoaglund took over as the owner in 2015 when founder Mary Daley decided to retire.

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