March 2014

In this March issue of Lake Minnetonka Magazine, discover local treasures old and new. Learn about how local florists made a fresh new spin on their designs, how singing is bringing the community together, why maple syrup made in a backyard is all the sweeter, and much more. 

A designer and an explorer meet for a fundraiser.
The regional chapter of the ALS Association gathers in Minnetonka.
Five mouth-watering food and wine combinations from your favorite local eateries.
The Wayzata Symphony Orchestra incorporates the talents of WSO veterans and rookies to teach and entertain listeners.
The Wayzata Symphony Orchestra entertains and educates audiences.
The home music studio is soundproof, keeping the rest of the house quiet during lessons.
Eichler-inspired home introduces Californian style to Midwestern winters.
Every spring, Beth Allen cooks up homemade maple syrup in her Deephaven backyard.
Janet selects Lily for Lila, who needs help sitting on her own.
When horses and humans work together to heal, beautiful stories emerge.
Children in Mexico receive paper butterflies from U.S. cities across the country.
Volunteers with Journey North educate students worldwide about wildlife migration.
Mark Bradley, co-owner of Harvest Home, holds a spring arrangement that could be used as a centerpiece.
High-end design and sophisticated taste make Harvest Home a Wayzata gem.
Kim Christensen and her assistant Angie Nesbitt use from-scratch cooking skills to wow MCFTA guests.
An unexpected call brings retired film-set chef Kim Christensen back to baking.
Don’t tell these girls that synchronized swimming isn’t a real sport.
How Great Harvest’s owner is giving back to her community.
Chameleon Concessions caters to the lake area.
Some items from Haven Maven.
Online shop Haven Maven sells garage sale finds year-round.
Cub Foods of Minnetonka is here to help by supporting local organizations in creative ways.
The monthly must-haves.
Good Works Community Theater performs a classic.
A selection of apparel from Meridian Boutique.
Mixed fabrics and patterns make a statement this spring
We asked. You voted. Find out what businesses, shops and places lake-area readers can’t stop talking about.