Minnetonka’s Landing Shop sells items made by residents ages 55 to 96

They say idle hands are the devil’s playground. And for a group of elderly citizen-makers in one Minnesota town, they’re occupying their time making and keeping the shelves stocked in their age-exclusive store. The Landing Shop in Minnetonka is a craft-makers consignment shop with
a twist — the makers have to be at least 55 years old to be a seller. Get the full story on this unique store from the Star Tribune.

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Katy Read, Star Tribune


Josh Wolsky

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