February 2014

In the February issue of Lake Minnetonka Magazine, you'll learn all about the loves that bind our communities together. From a longtime resident and local historian to a newly married couple to the best Valentine's Day events in town, you'll be all about the romance. Plus, learn about immersion eduction, iceboating and more.

Youth Frontiers encourages students to re-think their actions.
Local photographer’s artistic vision for images was reinvigorated through her kids’ sports games.
Eight dishes to delight your inner foodie.
Lake Minnetonka gets together to benefit College Possible.
Excelsior Bay hosts the third-annual Crappie Flop Ice Fishing Tournament
High school sweethearts plan a wedding featuring the lake they love.
Bill and Harry Allen spend their winter iceboating on Lake Minnetonka.
Follow three beauty makeovers and discover tips for looking your beautiful best.
InVision gives you the frames you want, chosen by the experts.
Excelsior’s Bob Williams has spent most of his 92 years serving and preserving the city he loves.
Minnetonka schools offer a unique immersion program where students are learning Spanish and Chinese—and a whole lot more about their big, wide world.
CC & Mays, new to Minnetonka, sells children’s clothing in a boutique setting.
Mound Westonka senior Alex Robbins comes out on top as a National Merit semifinalist.
The organization raised $85,000 for Minnetonka High School last year and hopes to increase awareness in 2014.
Donna Duffy shares her favorite skin remedies for keeping winter skin soft.
An independent film shot in Excelsior features stars and locals alike.