Most read articles of Lake Minnetonka Magazine 2022.

Lake Minnetonka Magazine's 2022 Year in Review. Readers wanted to meet their neighbors this past year.

Young boy in a garden

Lake Minnetonka community overflows with kindness and dedication.

Since 2004, artists from around the state and country have gathered to showcase their artistic acumen at the Wayzata Art Experience, organized by the Greater Wayzata Area Chamber of Commerce. The event is set from 10 a.m.–7 p.m. on June 25 and 10 a.m.–4 p.m.

The Minnesota Landscape Arboretum in Chaska is one of the best places in the Twin Cities to take kids who need to burn off a little energy. (Children ages 15 and younger can visit for free.) Discover these activities geared toward children:

Lens on Lake Minnetonka

“I really like the solitude spirit of this boat and its bravery to be the first on the lake. The weather was just reinforcing the feeling ... I got [interested in]  photography fairly recently. It has been very interesting and engaging journey.

Lens on Lake Minnetonka

“I was walking home with my daughter after paddleboarding and just happened to notice it in among the cattails. What struck me was the coloring of the eye and the shadows cast by the cattails. Green herons have such good camouflage.

An Anchor of Hope

A morning news anchor for KSTP-TV, Chris Egert is also the co-host of the station’s Minnesota Live, its 9 a.m. lifestyle show. An Edward R.

If you have a bottle of white wine that has been sitting in your fridge for months or a red wine that has spent too long on the wine rack, let’s turn them into fun springtime cocktails. From sangria to a spritzer, there are many ways to repurpose wine.

Maha Abouelenein

While hanging out with her sister, Maha Abouelenein’s phone rings. Journalist and author Katie Couric is calling. It’s just another normal day for this sought-after, successful entrepreneur.

Pop Culture Preservation Society

If you played with Fisher-Price toys, watched The Brady Bunch on Friday nights or almost took out yourself or a sibling with a set of groovy Clackers, you could qualify to be a member of the Pop Culture Preservation Society (PCPS), dedicated to honoring,

For Goodness Cakes birthday cake

Can a cake make a difference? Can a concoction of batter meets frosting cure what ails? At times, the answer is “yes.” The Hope House in Excelsior is a short-term emergency shelter for youth ages 14–19.


Event Galleries

Take a look at photos from events in your community.