Around Town

A Spring Celebration

We have now surpassed the coldest season of the year and are firmly in the midst of spring, which means a celebration is in order. And what better way to celebrate spring than the time-honored tradition of the egg hunt?

Two children play with a dog at Coco's Heart Dog Rescue Academy.

Cocos Heart Academy offers kids the chance to learn about dog rescue and care.

A child plays at Lookout Ridge.

Various outdoor and indoor activities offer entertainment for kids in Woodbury this winter.

Plenty of local farms burst with fresh produce this time of year, as temperatures begin to drop and trees flaunt shades of orange and red. Gather up the family for a mini road trip to one of these nearby spots.

Woodbury Community Church manages to weave together some truly beloved things each autumn: pumpkins, kids and funding a good cause.

Big Truck Day returns to Woodbury for its ninth annual event packed with ambulances, fire trucks, tractors, mail trucks, tow trucks, garbage trucks—you name it.

A fun, unique summer pastime for children and families is closing out the season this month. Woodbury’s Puppet Wagon will offer its last shows of the summer August 13 through 16 with its final show of the season at Colby Park.

Happy birthday, Woodbury Days! The beloved summer festival celebrates 40 years this month.

The staycation trend—to act like a tourist in your own backyard and see your community with new eyes—is a good one any time of year, but especially in the summer, when kids are home from school and outdoor activities are plentiful.

Lori Spiess is finally getting a workspace near home. “For all these years, I’ve been commuting to work from my home in St.

The Healthy Kids Running Series in Stillwater is a wonderful avenue for keeping your child active at the start of the school year.  

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