Barry Avenue and Lake Street in the 1930s

Barry Avenue and Lake Street in Wayzata in the 1930s. The Wayzata Historical Society summer program on Thursday, July 11 will explore how buildings in Wayzata have changed over the years.

Program will explore how Wayzata has changed

Have you ever looked around Wayzata and wondered how it’s changed over the years? The Wayzata Historical Society’s summer program will explore this topic at 7 p.m. Thursday, July 11.

The program will explore the history of eight buildings, which will be gone between the fall of 2018 and the fall of 2019. Most of them located along Lake Street.

The buildings that will be highlighted are: Meyer Bros. Dairy, Berry Jeep Auto, the “old” drugstore, Wayzata State Bank, Pettitt & Kysor, Goldmine Antiques, Odd Fellows and the Rosekrans house.

The program is free and will take place in Wayzata’s Community Room in City Hall, 600 Rice St. E., Wayzata.

To learn more about the Wayzata Historical Society and its programs, visit

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Meghan Davy Sandvold is a regional reporter covering the eight Southwest News Media communities. Born and raised in the Lake Minnetonka area, she now calls Eden Prairie home.


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