Arts & Culture

A shot of fireworks in Woodbury. This photo won third place in the Activities & Events category of the 2019 Focus on Woodbury photo contest.

This photo by 12-year-old Sam Karnuth took third place in the Activities & Events category of our 2018 Focus on Woodbury photo contest.

Tara Carlson, owner of Sweet Pea's Floral, voted best florist in the Best of Woodbury 2019 readers' choice survey.

Want to try some floral DIY? Sweet Pea’s Floral owner Tara Carlson talks us through the best way to arrange flowers at home

Roxanne Potter of Pomegranate Designs, voted Best Interior Designer in the Best of Woodbury 2019 readers' choice survey.

Roxanne Potter of Pomegranate Designs offers tips and tricks to help even the most inexperienced DIY-er make impactful and eye-catching design decisions.

A variety of plants at Whispering Gardens, voted best nursery/garden center in the Best of Woodbury 2019 readers' choice survey.

Ready for some new blooms? Visit Whispering Gardens, Woodbury's best nursery/garden center two years running.

Sheletta Brundidge of the Two Haute Mamas WCCO Radio podcast poses with her book club, who read Michelle Obama's "Becoming"

Sheletta Brundidge of Two Haute Mamas shares how a good book and few friends can make a big impact.

Woodbury residents Genny and Tom Burdette, well-known for their garden and interesting hobbies.

Longtime Woodbury residents Genny and Tom Burdette make old things new.

"The Library Book" by Susan Orleans

A 2018 novel from Susan Orleans tells the story of a true Los Angeles library fire.

A group of diners at Le Dîner en Blanc to support the Woodbury Heritage Society's efforts to preserve the Miller Barn.

As part of its efforts to preserve the historic Miller Barn, one of the last tactile vestiges of Woodbury’s farming history, the Woodbury Heritage Society’s Save the Miller Barn committee hosts its second annual dîner en blanc.

Christian Cupboard Emergency Food Shelf hosted its annual chili (and mac and cheese) tasting festival in March, bringing together chili and mac lovers to support the food shelf’s missio

Two actors from Open Door Community Theatre's "Shrek: The Musical" peek through a doorway.

During the past year, a group of longtime Woodbury theater folks came together to found Open Door Community Theatre.

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