April 2014

In the April issue of Lake Minnetonka Magazine, you'll get a start on your gardening with our guide to local nurseries and garden centers. We got up close and personal with a Deephaven mother and daughter whose personal style will inspire your gift-giving this spring, and we take a look at two sisters whose tennis skills have attracted plenty of attention. Grab your copy today!

Four things to do to jump into summer.
Artists gather at a special shop.
Archers learn the basics at Carver Archery Range.
Bikers from the lake area push themselves to the limit.
Stylish mother and daughter detail their favorite design, fashion and beauty items for spring 2014.
A Minnetonka sister duo dominates local tennis.
A roundup of nurseries and garden centers in the lake area.
At Long Lake’s Two Pony Gardens, explore life on the farm in a new and delicious way.
David R. Smith brings a little of the East to his watercolor paintings.
St. David’s Center executive director Julie Sjordal celebrates 25 years of serving lake-area kids and families.
Harvest Moon Co-op makes the most of local resources.
A place the locals call home is more than just the neighborhood watering hole.
Hopefuls say Excelsior hotel will reinvigorate quaint lakeside town.
Two Mound Westonka High School seniors are harnessing the power of social media to do good.
English Rose Suites offers a personalized approach to memory loss care.
The monthly must-haves for April.
Spring’s hottest gift for the green thumb in your life.
Mound author’s Minnesota upbringing influenced her characters’ world.
Local organization works to keep walleye population up in Lake Minnetonka.
Excelsior woman makes family meals as personal chef.