As the crisp fall air settles in, music enthusiasts are in for a treat as Wayzata Musicales launches its concert series with the melodious sounds of The Dave Hagedorn Jazz Trio. Set against the intimate backdrop of the Blue Water Theatre, this performance promises to be a captivating evening of cool jazz on Saturday, October 7, 2023, starting at 7:00 p.m.
Ticket prices for this musical extravaganza are as follows: $24 for adults, $19 for seniors, and $14 for students. It’s an opportunity to experience the mastery of three of the Twin Cities’ most accomplished musicians in an up-close and personal setting.
Leading the trio is Dave Hagedorn, renowned for his skillful vibes performances. A retired artist-in-residence at St. Olaf College, Dave’s influence in the world of music extends beyond his retirement. He has imparted his knowledge in percussion, jazz studies, and world music to countless students. Notably, his exceptional musicianship can be heard on the Grammy-nominated George Russell Living Time Orchestra. Additionally, he has shared the stage with jazz luminaries like Debbie Duncan and the swinging Brian Setzer Big Band, making him a sought-after vibes artist on both local and national stages.
Kevin Clements, the bassist of the trio, is another musical gem. A graduate of the Conservatory of Music in Kansas City, Kevin’s career has seen him touring extensively, sharing the spotlight with some of the nation’s top musical personalities such as Billy Eckstine, Rosemary Clooney, Robert Goulet, and Rita Moreno. With an impressive 50-year legacy as a premier bassist, Kevin’s groovy jazz stylings are not to be missed.
Completing the trio is Reid Kennedy, the dynamic drummer. Despite his California base, Reid’s talent has resonated far and wide. His regular performances at Disneyland and recording sessions at Capitol Studios in Hollywood attest to his prowess. Beyond his drumming skills, Reid is an in-demand composer, with his original compositions gracing the screens of Showtime, Starz, Fox, and WCCO television.
To secure your tickets for this extraordinary evening of jazz, visit the Blue Water Theater website here. This concert series is proudly sponsored by the Budnick-Williams Scholarship Fund and the Blue Water Theatre, reflecting their commitment to promoting the arts in the community.
Don’t miss out on this opportunity to embrace the magic of jazz under the autumn moonlight with The Dave Hagedorn Jazz Trio. Reserve your seats today for a night of unforgettable music and memories.
Since 1975 the weekend following Labor Day in Wayzata has been dedicated to honoring James J. Hill, Minnesota historic figure and once owner of the Great Northern Railroad Company.
Hill, builder of the present train depot in 1906, contributed significantly to transform Wayzata into the beautiful tourist location and friendly community we know today.
James J. Hill Days is Lake Minnetonka’s favorite community tradition, as highlighted by the “Best Of” Lake Minnetonka award. For the last 49 years this annual festival has brought the community together to celebrate Wayzata, while enjoying food, fun & family festivities!
Don’t miss the Wayzata Beach Bash; also Minnetonka travels to Wayzata High School for the best rivalry in high school football in the state, the Battle for the Bay Bell!
If you are thinking about buying or selling in the area, please plan to stop at 126 Benton Ave. in Wayzata from 1-5 on Saturday and 11-3 on Sunday to visit with myself and Elisha.
This will be a fantastic opportunity for you to view our next (under construction) new construction project with Custom One Homes & David Charlez Design. We would also be interested to discuss any real estate plans you may have.
We kick off the weekend with FREE LIVE MUSIC & STREET DANCE featuring Alex Rossi + Band from 6–10 p.m. Be sure to bring your dancing shoes, grab a beverage from the Beer + Wine Tent and tell your friends to meet you at the Sandvold Stage off of Minnetonka/Lake Street! Our live music line-up is one to celebrate.
For the craft beer lovers, get your tickets to RAILS & ALES CRAFT BEER FESTIVAL. This year’s line-up is stacked! Enjoy unlimited samples from 20+ breweries, live entertainment by John Whitekar and DJ Souzo, delicious food from Soul to Soul BBQ, and some games to wind down from the week (5-9 PM). Tickets available at JamesJHillDays.com Step right up! The Lake Minnetonka CARNIVAL (5-10 p.m) will be in full force with ride after ride offering fun for all ages. Purchase presale discounted tickets at Lunds & Byerlys Wayzata and also available at the gate.
Get ready for big name headliners to take the stage for WAYZATA BEACH BASH (6-11 p.m). Country Star, Brad Paisley, comes to town Friday with special guest Tenille Arts. The fun doesn’t stop there! Cody Jinks takes the stage Saturday with special guests The Steel Woods. Tickets available at WayzataBeachBash.com
New this year! Don’t miss a pop-up performance by the feel-good, New Orleans style sounds from JACK BRASS BAND (5:30-7 p.m) at Panoway on Wayzata Bay.
Shop local vendors (5-9 PM) at the outdoor NIGHT MARKET, enjoy 20+ food trucks along Lake Street under the twinkling lights. Bring the kids to the Great Lawn to catch a MOVIE ON THE LAWN (7:30 p.m) hosted by Wayzata Sailing. Enjoy the hilarious adventure of Disney’s Zootopia with the family. A perfect end to summer.
Find that special something as you SHOP 175 VENDORS (10 a.m–7 p.m) at the open-air street market. Sip and stroll from 21 food trucks, beer + wine tents or grab a fresh lemonade as the CARNIVAL continues all day Saturday (10 a.m–10 p.m).
Attention dog lovers, this one’s for you! Grab a hot dog and watch wiener dogs race, jump hurdles and dress up in costume at the ever-popular DACHSHUND RACES (12 p.m). Bring your pup and get ready for your close-up as you pose for pictures in the DOGGY KISSING BOOTH (10 a.m). Create a great memory with your furry friend with our PET CARICATURE ARTIST. Enjoy pupperific treats and register to win prizes (10 a.m–2 p.m). If cute animals are your thing, make sure to stop by Depot Park to take selfies with the LLAMA SQUAD and enjoy PONY RIDES (12– 4 p.m).
New this year! Take your weekend to new heights with the ZIP LINE (10 a.m – 10 p.m). We are excited to partner with Holiday Glow Festival and have the Mobile Fly Wire zipline tower over our grand festival and offer incredible thrills to attendees. Soar and enjoy the view of beautiful Lake Minnetonka all weekend long!
Take a break from all the activities and enjoy incredible FREE LIVE MUSIC, dancing and fireworks! The Sandvold Stage will feature local band favorites including – High & Mighty, Powertap, Sam Graber, and Gas Station Turkeys (10 a.m-10 p.m). Stick around for the WAYZATA BAY FIREWORKS (8:45 p.m) bursting over Wayzata Bay in celebration of all the fun.
Several of the weekend’s activities stretch into Sunday, including logrolling, open air street market, pony rides, carnival, food trucks, beer + wine tents and James J. Hill Days Dog Park activities.
New this year! SKOL Vikings fans! Get ready to cheer on the Vikings lakeside at the VIKINGS SEASON OPENER WATCH PARTY Sunday, September 10 at James J. Hill Days. Drop the kids off at the carnival, grab some food from the food trucks, a cold one from the beer tent, and head on over to see our guys in purple take on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on the Xfinity BIG screen in the Depot parking lot.
If you haven’t noticed, it’s all about the dogs in Wayzata. So, you and your pup are challenged to join the DOGGY OLYMPICS! Bring your pup and participate in a series of engaging games that will show off your pup’s skills and earn the winners pup-tastic prizes (12–2 p.m). Get some quality time with Officer Gehrman and view impressive skills during DEMOS WITH WAYZATA PD K9 TEAM (12 pm).
Learn about the history of Wayzata and the many changes it has seen over the past 150+ years during the GUIDED HISTORICAL WALKING TOUR (11 a.m–12 p.m). See historic sites such as the Wayzata Depot and Great Northern Section House. The Wayzata Depot Museum will be open to the public during James J. Hill Days from 10 a.m – 4 p.m. Model Train Railroad will run both days from 1–4 p.m.
Other activities special to Sunday, include the T-6 THUNDER AIRSHOW a fascinating display of WWII planes swiftly flying over Lake Street and Wayzata Bay (2:45 p.m). The same afternoon features the hometown PARADE (3 p.m). Special thanks to all the sponsors who keep this event on the tracks. We will see you at James J. Hill Days!
MAJOR SPONSORS: Sandvold Financial Group, Lunds & Byerlys Wayzata, 6Smith, Youngstedts, THN Enterprises, Your Boat Club, Presbyterian Homes & Services Folkestone, Ulrich Real Estate | Regency Homes, Union Home Mortgage, RE/MAX Results
SUPPORTING SPONSORS: Colonial Square/Regency Centers, Next Move Twin Cities | Keller Williams Realty, The International School of MN, Erickson Outdoor Lighting, Mediacom, Renewal by Andersen, Trails of Orono, New Spaces, All Energy Solar, BNSF, Elite Spine Chiropractic, The Brost Clinic, Wings Financial Credit Union, Lakeside Decking Co., Wings for Widows, Coldwell Banker Realty, Xfinity, Face Foundrie, Abra Kadabra Environmental Pest & Wildlife, idc-Automatic, Realia by Jen, MN Inboard Water Sports, Monarch Wealth Advisors, Kraus-Anderson, Petsuites Plymouth, Old National Bank, UPS Store Wayzata, Lake Minnetonka Magazine, Ben & Jerry’s
Everybody Get Lakeside! Don’t miss Wayzata’s premier summer festival – The Wayzata Art Experience is back and happening on the shores of Lake Minnetonka June 23, 24 & 25.
The festival is expanding in every way with over 150 juried artists from across the country, floral art, 15 food trucks, a food artisan market, an activity zone for art lovers of all ages, a beer + wine garden, free sailboat rides, and live music all weekend long.
The excitement continues with “WaamFest”, a brand-new music festival, as well as a first ever Boat Light Parade added to the Wayzata Art Experience weekend.
Here are the top 10 highlights to look forward to:
Shop and buy art from over 150 Juried Artists, many that travel from across the country showcasing an array of art in the following categories: ceramics, drawing/printmaking, fiber, glass, jewelry, metal, mixed media, painting, photography, recycled/green, sculpture and wood. Plan your visit ahead of time by visiting the online artist gallery at WayzataArtExperience.com. Show hours are Saturday, June 24 from 10 am – 6 pm and Sunday, June 25 from 10 am – 4 pm.
Grow. Bloom. Start. Be. Don’t miss this year’s Featured Artist, Petals for Purpose. Floral art is the up and coming trend and you won’t want to miss the beautiful creations sprinkled along Lake Street. Whether it’s a front porch refresh, weAREables, or a stunning floral backdrop, Dawn Schelle (owner) does it all. Watch nature takeover and marvel at several big scale floral art installations as they come to life at this year’s event.
NEW! WaamFest (Wayzata Art And Music Festival) is bringing big name concerts to Wayzata Beach on June 23 & 24, featuring Steve Aoki and Gryffin. This is sure to be a high-energy energy weekend of fun, electrifying beats and infectious rhythms. Tickets for sale at waamfest.com.
Enjoy delicious eats from 15 of the Twin Cities best food trucks – everything from fried funnel dipped Oreos to classic gourmet pizzas and burgers! You won’t want to miss this line-up.
Shop a wide variety of specialty food items from our local artisans. Items include gourmet sea salts, award-winning chocolate, premium olive oils, handcrafted nut butters, non-alcoholic fresh squeezed citrus-based cocktail mixers, gourmet sauces, cakes and more.
Hit the Beer + Wine Garden! Craft beer, wine, cider, and seltzers will be served throughout the weekend. Shop and stroll with a refreshing beverage in hand.
Experience the Island of Live Music – WAE will host talented local artists on Saturday and Sunday. On saturday enjoy Monica Livorsi from 10am – 1pm, Tom Hunter from 1-4 pm, and Sam Grabert from 4-6 pm. On Sunday check out Taylor Robert from 10am – 1pm and Zachara Scot Johnson from 1pm – 4pm.
Art on the Water! The NEW Boat Light Parade by the Wayzata Yacht Club will take place on Wayzata Bay, Saturday June 24 from 9:15-10 pm. Spectators will be able to view the lakefront parade from Panoway on Wayzata Bay or Depot Park. The fun on the water doesn’t stop there. Returning this year, Free Sailboat Rides from Wayzata Sailing at 11 am – 2 pm both Saturday and Sunday.
Get ready to experience performing art! Partake in Hip Hop & Breakdancing with Esteem Dance on Saturday. Classes will be geared towards children but all ages are welcome to dance with Esteem. And don’t miss the SOUL Ballroom Lessons and Performance on Sunday. The ballroom professionals will offer group lessons, mini 1-1 sessions, and performances.
Wind up or wind down with Wayzata’s ARTY parties all around town! Enjoy happy hours with food and drink specials, hosted by local restaurants throughout the weekend.
“The quality of this year’s talent is unparalleled with over 150 artists in 13 different mediums. The Wayzata community offers more than just beautiful art. Fun activities are available for individuals and families throughout the weekend. And the food! So many delicious options, so little time. This year, we are proud to welcome WaamFest (Wayzata Art and Music Festival). Featuring Steve Aoki and Gryffin, WaamFest is sure to be a high-energy energy weekend of fun, electrifying beats and infectious rhythms on Wayzata Beach. Come for the art, stay for the fun!” – Brian Larson, Chair of the Wayzata Art Experience Committee
There’s plenty of shopping at lakeside boutiques and some of the best food in the Twin Cities with award-winning restaurants.
The Wayzata Historical Society will host a program entitled “Yellow Jackets: The Story of Lake Minnetonka’s Streetcar Boats” at Wayzata City Hall on Thursday, April 27, 2023.
The event, which is open to the public, will take place at 7:00 p.m. in the Community Room.
The program will delve into the history of the “streetcar boats” that were operated by the Twin City Rapid Transit Company between 1906 and 1926.
The boats were designed by Royal Moore, a Wayzata based boat builder and were able to provide transportation on Lake Minnetonka during that era.
The event will also feature a discussion on the history of the streetcar steamboat Minnehaha, which was raised from the bottom of the lake in 1980 and restored back to passenger service in 1996.
Minnehaha, one of the six identical streetcar boats, is an iconic symbol of Lake Minnetonka’s heritage and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places in Minnesota. The Minnehaha has been operated by the Museum of Lake Minnetonka in recent years.
It is the only steam-powered vessel-for-hire based in the state. However, the boat has been stuck in drydock since 2019 when it lost access to the only launch ramp capable of getting it back into the water.
During the program, an update on the current status of Minnehaha will be provided to the audience. The boat is currently being stored in a maintenance facility and continues to receive care while awaiting a new launching home.
The event is free, and no registration is required.
The iconic building will be open to the public for this event, which includes heavy appetizers, a hosted bar, and live music from local sensation PowerTap and Chris Kroeze, who performed on the NBC hit show The Voice.
The event is dedicated to building brighter features and supporting the local community. All proceeds from ticket sales, which are $100 per person, will go towards helping homelessness, housing, and food insecurity in the community through the charity IOCP.
“We are thrilled to open up this building to the community for this exciting event,” said Curt Frethem, CEO of Lake West Development. “Not only will attendees have the opportunity to enjoy a night of live music and delicious food, but they will also be making a direct impact on the lives of those in need in our community. We encourage everyone to come out and support this important cause.”
Don’t miss this can’t-miss community event! Purchase your tickets today and be a part of something truly special.
For more information and to purchase tickets, please visit IOCP.ORG/2023.
About Lake West Development
Lake West Development are innovative developers, approaching properties from an unconventional angle, looking to add value to the property and surrounding neighborhood. We make welcome improvements to the Minnesota communities in which we work and live.
About Interfaith Outreach and Community Partners (IOCP)
Interfaith Outreach and Community Partners (IOCP) mission is To strengthen our community by meeting basic needs and equipping individuals and families for ongoing stability.
The Wayzata Historical Society is inviting the community to attend another fabulous program involving history form the Wayzata area. This time around leaders will present The History of the Wayzata Muni.
Members of the public should plan to attend on Thursday, November 17 at 7:30 pm in the Wayzata Community Room at Wayzata City Hall.
The presentation will be Preceded by the Wayzata Historical Society’s Annual Business Meeting at 6:30 p.m. in the same place. Below is information from a release from WHS:
Happy fall from all of us at WHS! We hope you will join us at the Wayzata Community Room (600 Rice Street) Thursday, November 17, for our annual business meeting and a program about the history of the Wayzata Muni, which is celebrating its 75th Anniversary this year.
The business meeting will begin at 6:30 p.m. and is open to all current WHS members. If you’re not yet a member but are interested or wish to renew, you’ll be able to do that at the meeting or anytime at www.wayzatahistoricalsociety.org.
Topics discussed at the meeting will include a recap of the past year, presentation of the annual budget, and an update on the strategic partnership exploration of the Lake Minnetonka Historical organizations. We will conclude the business meeting with the election of board members.
The history program will begin at 7:30 p.m. and is open to the general public, no registration required! This program will explore the history of the Wayzata Muni through the years and the fascinating story of how it originally came to be. The program will conclude at 8:15 p.m.
The Wayzata Historical Society promotes the history of the greater Wayzata area by operating the Wayzata Depot Museum on weekends, Wednesdays, and holidays from 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. (April through December), publishing a quarterly newsletter called the Telegraph, and hosting special events and programs throughout the year. The Society also preserves Wayzata history by collecting, storing, and conserving items related to local sites and events. The Society’s Archives and History Center are located at the Wayzata Branch of the Hennepin County Library and are open to the public on Saturdays from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
“Dark Water” offering will start a new Halloween tradition for Wayzata
Blue Water Theatre Company has announced they will take a break from traditional theatrical productions in late October to bring Halloween fans an experience they won’t forget–a Halloween Haunted House!
Set in a hundred-year-old building rife with secrets and spirits, Dark Water is a haunted house experience like no other.
This immersive horror event asks you to dive into the unknown and come face-to-face with your deepest fears. Silence, isolation, darkness, haunted rooms – what lies just below the surface?
“We are creating a space where YOUR imagination can run wild. Whether you choose to go solo, with a group, or on family day – our space will respond to your uniqueness. Having gone through everything we have these past two years, we are exploring our evolving relationship to fear,” according to Maridee Slater, Artistic Director for the theater.
“No matter what, we are beholden to the history of this building, so enter with caution and care…“
Tours will last approximately 30 minutes. There are three ways to experience the haunted house:
Solo Entry (age 14+)
Group Entry (up to 10 persons per time slot, those under 14 must be accompanied by an adult)
Family Entry (geared toward families with younger children or those wanting amilder experience; up to 6 persons per time slot)Dark Water runs October 24-31, 2022.
About Blue Water Theatre Company: Currently in its 16th season, Blue Water Theatre Company is a nonprofit organization that works with metro area youth to produce high quality theatrical productions in an environment that fosters belonging, risk-taking, collaboration, and learning. Productions and classes are open to youth in 3rd-12th grade.
Whether you and your family and friends enjoy Lake Minnetonka, fireworks, live music, food and beverage, dogs, llamas, history, carnivals, or parades, you are sure to find something for everyone.
If you are thinking about buying or selling in the area, please plan to stop at 126 Benton Ave. in Wayzata from 1-5 on Saturday and 11-3 on Sunday to visit with myself and Elisha.
This will be a fantastic opportunity for you to view our next (to be built) new construction project with Custom One Homes & David Charlez Design. We would also be interested to discuss any real estate plans you may have.
Look for our printed schedules and maps (images below) all over Wayzata all weekend!
All Aboard! Lake Minnetonka’s Largest 3-day Festival Moving Full Steam Ahead!
The whistle’s blowing and the 47th Annual James J. Hill Days is just around the bend, coming September 9, 10 & 11 to the shores of Lake Minnetonka in Wayzata.
The proud residents, businesses and community of this small town will roll out the welcome mat for 75,000 guests over three jam-packed days of exciting events.
From Engine to Caboose, There’s Something For Everyone!
Friday, September 9th, 2022
We kick off the weekend with LIVE MUSIC & STREET DANCE featuring Viva Knievel from 6 – 10 pm. Be sure to bring your dancing shoes, grab a beverage from the Beer + Wine Tent and tell your friends to meet you at the Sandvold Stage off of Minnetonka/Lake St.! Our live music line-up is one to celebrate.
For the BEER LOVERS, get your tickets to RAILS & ALES CRAFT BEER FESTIVAL. This year’s line-up is stacked! Enjoy unlimited samples from 20 breweries, live music by the Billboard-charting Avey Grouws Band, and some casual games to wind down from the week (5-9 PM).
Step Right Up! The Lake Minnetonka CARNIVAL (5-10 pm) will be in full force with ride after ride offering fun for all ages. Purchase presale discounted tickets at Lunds & Byerlys Wayzata. Also available at the gate.
You can test out your LOGROLLING skills throughout the weekend starting Friday (5 – 9 pm) and into Saturday (10 – 7 pm), and Sunday (10 – 4 pm). Experienced rollers will provide instruction and encouragement to any interested participant. Check it out!
Be sure to check out the full line-up of activities added to the weekend including the outdoor NIGHT MARKET. Shop local vendors (5-9 PM), enjoy food trucks along Lake Street under the twinkling lights. A perfect end to summer.
Saturday, September 10th, 2022
Find that special something as you SHOP 150+ VENDORS (10 am–7 pm) at the open air street market. Sip and stroll from 20 food trucks, beer + wine tents, or grab a fresh lemonade as the CARNIVAL continues all day Saturday (10 am–10 pm).
Attention dog lovers, this one’s for you! Grab a hot dog and watch wiener dogs race, jump hurdles and dress up in costume at the ever-popular DACHSHUND RACES (12 pm). BYOD (Bring Your Own Dog) and get ready for your close-up as you pose for pictures with your pup in the DOGGY KISSING BOOTH (10 am).
New puppy or want to brush up your dog’s training? Drop-in to an ONSITE OBEDIENCE CLASS (9:30 am). Enjoy pupperific treats and register to win pup-tastic prizes from our sponsors (10 am – 2 pm). If cute animals are your thing, make sure to stop by our Lovin’ Llama Experience to take selfies and share hugs with the Llama Squad (12 pm – 4 pm).
SHOCKWAVES WATER SKI SHOW team will bring the fun on Saturday (3 pm – 4 pm) on Wayzata Bay. The Shockwaves’ performers do pyramids, ballet, barefooting, jumping, and more. You won’t want to miss their show!
Take a break from all the activities and enjoy incredible FREE LIVE MUSIC, dancing and fireworks! The Sandvold Stage will feature local band favorites including – Stereo Kitchen, Pandora’s Other Box, Powertap, Sam Graber, and Wayzata Symphony Orchestra (10 am-10 pm).
Bring the kids to the Great Lawn to catch a MOVIE ON THE LAWN (7:30 pm) hosted by Wayzata Sailing. Enjoy the sweet story of Disney Pixar’s ‘Luca’ and stick around for the WAYZATA BAY FIREWORKS (8:45 pm) bursting over Wayzata Bay in celebration of all the fun.
Sunday, September 11th, 2022
If you haven’t noticed, it’s all about the dogs in Wayzata. So, you and your pup are challenged to join the DOGGY OLYMPICS! Bring your pup and participate in a series of engaging games that will show off your pup’s skills and earn the winners pup-tastic prizes (12 pm – 2 pm). Is your doggo the adventurous type? Try PADDLEBOARDING WITH YOUR DOG (11 am – 1 pm). Get some quality time at the MEET & GREET WITH WAYZATA K9 OFFICER LOKI (11:30 am – 12 pm).
September 11, 2022 marks the 21st Anniversary of 9/11. We invite you to spend time at the 9.11 MEMORIAL on the Panoway throughout the day. The space offers community members a place to remember and reflect. The 9/11 memorial honors our community members lost and the lives of all victims of the Sept. 11th attacks.
Other activities special to Sunday, include the T-6 THUNDER AIRSHOW a fascinating display of WWII planes swiftly flying over Lake Street and Wayzata Bay (2:45 pm).
The same afternoon features the hometown PARADE (3 pm). Special thanks to all the sponsors who keep this event on the tracks. We will see you at James J. Hill Days!
MAJOR SPONSORS: Sandvold Financial Group, RE/MAX Results, BNSF Railway, Lunds & Byerlys Wayzata, Youngstedts, River Valley Power & Sport, 6Smith, Polaris Adventures, Icon Aircraft, THN Enterprises
SUPPORTING SPONSORS: Guaranteed Rate – Chris Carr Team, Ulrich Real Estate/Regency Homes, Colonial Square/Regency Centers, Maison Realty Group, JomsVikings, Northwestern Mutual, The International School of Minnesota, The Brost Clinic, Renewal by Andersen, Mediacom, Wings Financial Credit Union, New Spaces Design-Build-Remodel, Coldwell Banker Realty, Maveriiick Lead Generation, Trails of Orono.
Visit JamesJHillDays.com for details, tickets, and more information. All activities located on/near Lake Street, Downtown Wayzata.