Community

The first Woodbury Lions pancake breakfast in 1972.

When a group has been around for a half-century, it might be easy to take it for granted. But the Woodbury Lions Club has stayed relevant and important to the community's well-being by continually coming up with new projects that address current needs.

An elderly woman looks out a window.

Our Woodbury Senior Living columnist shares some wisdom from a local elder.

Four girls who participate in GirlOnward, a Woodbury nonprofit focused on giving girls leadership skills.

Woodbury nonprofit GirlOnward inspires young girls to be the leaders they were born to be.

A graphic advertising voting for the 2019 Focus on Woodbury photo contest.

Voting is now closed. Stay tuned for the winners!

In March, the Woodbury Area Chamber of Commerce’s popular Community Expo featured more than 175 local businesses, plus food vendors, music and dance, Tae Kwon Do, the 3M Science Wizards and a Woodbury Police vs. Fire Minute to Win It Challenge.

Two girls decked out in red, white and blue celebrate the Fourth of July at the Woodbury fireworks show.

Woodbury hosts its annual fireworks display the night of the holiday at HealthEast Sports Center.

A group of kids play soccer through Woodbury Parks & Recreation, voted Best Place for Kids' Activities in the Best of Woodbury 2019 readers' choice survey.

Woodbury neighbors, you voted in high numbers for this year’s Best Place for Kids’ Activities, and the Woodbury Parks & Recreation department was far and away your favorite.

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.

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Wednesday, October 21
[For the Kids]
UNITY DAY, the signature event for National Bullying Prevention Month, will take place on Wednesday, October 21.
Friday, November 6
[Education & Community]
Salvation Station Q&A with Local Author Kathryn Schleich

Event Galleries

Take a look at photos from events in your community.