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Emma Sroda, communications specialist for the City of Woodbury

City of Woodbury communications specialist Emma Sroda helps put the spotlight on Woodbury.

A graphic that reads "Meet Your Winners, Woodbury Magazine Best of '19 Readers' Choice"

We celebrate the winners of our 2019 Best of Woodbury readers’ choice survey, and celebrate how wonderful it is to watch our neighborhoods, business communities and local amenities grow.

A long exposure photograph shows the city lights and cars on Radio Drive in Woodbury.

A familiar intersection takes on a magical glow in the dark.

The Twin Cities metro has an abundance of sites to see and activities to do, so grab your calendar and plot a quick trip to one (or a handful) of these delightful destinations.

Dew hangs on a bright green plant.

A statewide nonprofit based in St. Paul, Freshwater Society developed the Master Water Stewards program in 2013 to equip citizens with the knowledge and skills needed to help improve water quality at the grassroots level.

The MOMs Club of Woodbury members sit with their children.

Members of the MOMs Club of Woodbury gather for play dates and more, and foster friendships.

Cindy Martinson, musical director of the Woodbury Chorus and Orchestra

The Woodbury Chorus and Orchestra is composed entirely of volunteers who perform simply because they have a love for music and feel the drive to give back to the community.

A group of young girls pose for a photo at Starlight Cinema, Woodbury's outdoor summer movie event.

Woodbury’s favorite outdoor movie tradition returns this month.

Maria Vizuete, of the blog Mia Mia Mine, poses in a white lace dress

Maria Vizuete returns with internationally successful fashion blog.

In February, Salem Lutheran Church hosted a Chinese New Year event, with a lantern festival, writing Chinese characters, a traditional “reunion meal” and other family-friendly activities.

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Friday, July 10 to Sunday, July 19
[Arts & Performance]
WCT Family Presents: Matilda: The Musical on July 10, 11, 12, 17, 18, 19 at the Loft Stage
Saturday, August 15
[Benefits & Fundraisers]
This Stomp Out Suicide 5K fun run and walk is a meaningful way for families and individuals to connect with resources, raise funds, and be a part of a supportive community.