The Minnetonka Center for the Arts is a nonprofit community organization offering art classes for people of all ages,…More interests, abilities and levels of experience. The center has more than 4,000 enrollments per year. Classes here are taught by a faculty of 100 working artists. Located off Crystal Bay in Wayzata, the MCA offers classes year round in drawing, painting, sculpture, ceramics, fiber arts, photography, glass and others. For kids, the center has a summer arts camp, daily workshops and after-school programs.
Ridgedale YMCA 12301 Ridgedale Dr, Minnetonka, MN55305 The Ridgedale YMCA is a nonprofit organization dedicated to total mind and body wellness. Its mission is to help build…More strong children, families and communities. Membership includes use at any Y facility in the greater metropolitan region. The Ridgedale location is equipped with a full array of exercise machines, classes and a swimming pool.
Mini-Hops Gymnastics 131 Cheshire Ln Ste 100, Minnetonka, MN55305 Mini-Hops Gymnastics is a nonprofit gymnastics center offering programs for youth aged 18 months to 18 years, including…More Special Olympics participants. Classes are held year-round for all ability levels. The programs are designed to not only teach gymnastics but to create happy, healthy well-rounded young individuals. Contact Mini-Hops to learn more about what they can offer you and your children.
Republic Wellness 2828 Jordan Ave S, Minnetonka, MN55305 Republic Wellness is a personal training and consulting business owned and operated by Laura Ingebrigtson, who operates…More from her home office and is a NETA certified personal trainer. Ingebrigtson also offers e-training. Republic Wellness is dedicated to curbing obesity and encouraging healty lifestyles by providing an hour of free coaching for every package purchased and working with local nonprofits to provide free training and classes.
TreeHouse Youth Outreach 17800 Hutchins Dr, Minnetonka, MN55345 TreeHouse is a faith-based, nonprofit organization that reaches out to troubled teenagers through no-cost counseling,…More mentorship and group activities. Support groups are an important part of TreeHouse's services, allowing young people in grades 6 through 12 to meet in a confidential, safe environment with other kids their own ages who have many of the same problems. TreeHouse staff will pick up children from school and drive them to TreeHouse activities, which include service projects and mission trips.