Wayzata Mayor Andrew Humphrey will give his State of the City address at a luncheon hosted by the Greater Wayzata Area Chamber of Commerce on Jan. 31.
Humphrey, who was born and raised in Wayzata, practices corporate law and is a managing partner at the Minneapolis firm Faegre & Benson. He's long been involved in the Wayzata and Twin Cities communities, volunteering and serving on public boards and commissions. After two terms as a City Council member, he was elected mayor in November 2004.
The lunch costs $18, and reservations are required by noon Monday. Call 952-473-9595.Rebecca Frezza coming to Plymouth
A Wayzata organization is bringing a kid-friendly rock star to the western suburbs.
PBS Kids and Noggin artist Rebecca Frezza will perform Saturday at Central Middle School Auditorium, 305 Vicksburg Lane N. in Plymouth. The show is part of Wayzata Family Learning Center's community concert series. Last year, Disney recording artist Ralph's World drew more than 1,700 people, said concert organizer Karen Burkhartzmeyer.
This is Frezza's first live performance in the state, she said. Her shows feature dancing, singing and her band, Big Truck.
The concert -- billed as both kid- and parent-friendly -- benefits the Family Learning Center, a program of Wayzata Public Schools. Tickets are $13 and are on sale at www.tix.com or at Toy World stores in Wayzata, Edina and Chanhassen.
For more information, contact Burkhartzmeyer at 763-577-9833 or email@example.com.Chaska seeks new citizen rep for transit
Chaska is looking for a resident to serve on the Southwest Transit Commission.
The commission's current citizen rep, Bob Moeller, is resigning from the spot because he's taking a new post on the Metropolitan Council's parks and open spaces commission.
Those interested in serving can call City Hall at 952-448-9200.