Posted on August 3rd, 2016 under Talk of the Town.

New Wayzata Weekends

This weeks offerings from members of the Greater Wayzata Area Chamber of Commerce:

Wayzata Farmers Market

Stop by the Wayzata Farmers Market every Thursday from 2:00-6:00 p.m. at The Promenade of Wayzata. Stop by this week for a free corn roast!

Bay Bikes and Boards 

Don’t understand all the different types of paddle boards? Don’t like the board you have? Sign up for a FREE demo today to try several different types of boards, gets tips and talk to the pros. Demos are held Friday and Sunday from 4:00-7:00 p.m. at Deephaven Beach.

Wayzata Salon and Day Spa

Now open in Wayzata! Enjoy ‘The Bay Blowout’ for a promotional flat price of $27.

Meridian Manor

6th Annual 50’s Fever is back at Meridian Manor on Saturday, August 6 from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Enjoy a classic car show, food, contests, music and dancing! Click here for more information.

J. Hilburn Clothiers

August is already here and the Fall season is just around the corner. What professional or social events do you have coming up that I can help you look your best? New Fall fabrics for custom shirts, sport coats and suits.  Contact me to book your fitting today- Jena Marxer, J. Hilburn custom and ready to wear Men’s clothing.

KISA Boutique

Shop locally owned KISA in the newly remodeled Nordstrom wing of Ridgedale. Unique clothing lines carried by no one else in the USA, handmade jewelry and gifts by local and international artists. Mention Wayzata Chamber for an additional 10% off.

STEELE Fitness

Now through the end of August, STEELE Wayzata will be hosting complimentary outdoor bootcamps for the community, every Saturday from 10:00-10:45 a.m. Whether you’re a current STEELE Client or thinking about becoming one, all are welcome to this fun, outdoor event! To save your spot in any of their special community bootcamps, simply email

Minnetonka Center for the Arts 

Minnetonka Center for the Arts celebrates summer with their ‘Art of the Garden’ show. Art represented in the show includes painting, photography, sculpture, ceramics and fiber, in a variety of approaches. “Art of the Garden” runs through Thursday, August 4 and is open to the public at no cost.