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Fresh, locally grown produce and plants are available, along with locally made breads, jams and honeys. Plans are in the works to also offer locally raised meats and eggs.

Wayzata

July 4th breakfast at the Depot

Begin the Fourth of July with a “Revolutionary” breakfast at the Historic Wayzata Depot from 8 a.m. until noon.

The “Flying Pancake Breakfast” will feature pancakes “tossed from the grill,” along with sausage, coffee, a cold drink and a free U.S. flag.

Also watch the 7th Pennsylvania Regiment of revolutionary actors tell tales and demonstrate the loading and firing of their powder muskets.

Cost is $6, but veterans eat free. The Historic Wayzata Depot is located at 402 Lake St. E. in Wayzata.

Long Lake

Open house held on boulevard upgrades

Hennepin County will hold an open house in Long Lake next week to discuss upgrades to Wayzata Boulevard.

The open house will take place from 4:30-7 p.m. on Thursday, July 11, at Lake Community Bank, 1964 W. Wayzata Blvd. in Long Lake.

Crews plan to make improvements to make the boulevard safer and more efficient from County Road 6 to Hwy. 12.

Attendees will be able to speak with staff from Hennepin County and its consultant, SRF Consulting Group, about the proposed roadway and streetscape concepts.

The preliminary concept design is slated to be wrapped up by the end of the year. For more information, go to www.CSAH112.com.

 

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