We’ve rounded up the best ways to celebrate Oktoberfest, that quintessentially German tradition, around Lake Minnetonka. Prost!
The Show Gallery Lowertown had its grand opening on August 7, with more than 300 guests in attendance.
For 20 years, the Minnesota Children’s Museum in Saint Paul has been a destination for parents and young kids.
In July, the 2015 Minnesota Wakesurf Championship, featuring surfers of all ages and levels, was held on Lake Minnetonka.
Watermark Stationery hosted an open house in April to celebrate their new space and launch new products. The business moved into a larger retail space and now offers three-tiered wedding services as it partners with Robert Evans Imagery and Kismet Event Group.
Excelsior Real Estate celebrated their 10th year of serving clients with a client appreciation party at the Excelsior Brewing Company. Owners Aaron and Adrienne Thompson hosted with managing partner Kathy Barclay, with live music and catering by Joey Nova’s.
The General Store of Minnetonka takes “retail therapy” very seriously. Every Thursday night, they hold Girls’ Night Out, or GNO. Between 5 and 8 p.m., customers can enjoy half-price wine, as well as food like flatbread, soup and salad (all at regular price) at the General Store Cafe and Bistro.
There’s a familiar energy in the air this day at Shakopee’s Canterbury Park: anticipation. Eagerness to get out of the gate. Eyes trained on the start.
In June, West Seventh Street was the place to be for all things German at GermanFest.
In March, Camp Smile Pediatric Dentistry opened its doors in Excelsior. Locals gathered to celebrate the state-of-the-art facility and the team that caters to kids.
Like many great ideas, the Excelsior Paddle Tap was a result of a lazy day on the lake.