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Community Connections

Below is information about non-profit and school groups’ special events, programs and activities that may be of interest to families in our community.
  • YMCA's Girls on the Run


    The Girls on the Run mission is to inspire girls to be joyful, healthy and confident using a fun, experience-based curriculum which creatively integrates running.

    GOTR Flyer Spring 2017.pdf 186.21 KB (Last Modified Yesterday at 9:09 AM)
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  • Celebrate Earth Day at Bushaway Road


    Come out to this Earth Day Community Event to plant more than 1,700 trees and perennials as part of the Bushaway Road/ Highway 101 reconstruction. This exciting event will engage 200 volunteers of all ages in landscaping a two-mile stretch of the historic scenic roadway, Wayzata’s eastern gateway to the Lake Minnetonka experience.

    Celebrate Earth Day at Bushaway Road.pdf 535.29 KB (Last Modified on March 10, 2017)
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  • Community Action Partnership of Suburban Hennepin (CAPSH) Tax Assistance Program


    Community Action Partnership of Suburban Hennepin (CAPSH) is local nonprofit driven to improve the lives of low income people through economic opportunity and education. During the tax season, CAPSH offers free tax preparation and related services to low-and-moderate income families in our community.

    CAPSH Tax Assistance Program.pdf 413.86 KB (Last Modified on November 22, 2016)
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CCF Bulletin Board

Group/Organization Eligibility for Community Postings

  • The requesting entity must be a local Non-Profit Organization, Wayzata Public Schools Parent Group (including PTA/PTO and Boosters), or Wayzata Public Schools Student Organization.
  • Information shared must be an offer of student opportunities to enhance students' achievement and wellness and/or support Wayzata Public Schools programs and opportunities.
  • Information will not include any reference to political views.
  • If the group/organization meets all eligibility listed, a link to that group/organization will be provided on the district's website under Community Connections.
Groups/organizations meeting these criteria can send their PDF document, contact information, organization name, and title of the flyer to Andrew Hagen, communications specialist, at Any questions can also be directed to Andrew by email or by calling 763-745-5017.