Arts & Culture

Alma Flor Ada’s ribbon cutting ceremony was held in August 2020 and officially opened its doors the following month, therefore creating new opportunities for Woodbury families to have bilingual preschool education and cultural exposure.

Vegetables dusted with snow at the Woodbury Farmers Market

Local photographer Julie Ohs captures a snow-dusted scene at the farmers market.

Jessica Stegbauer, owner and creator behind Rusty7s, shows off some of her handmade signs.

As a stay-at-home mom for nearly 15 years, Jessica Stegbauer, owner and creator behind Rusty7s, was looking for a way to get in touch with her artistic side.

A fireplace decorated by Twigg + Lu in a home designed by Ispiri.

Highlight your fireplace to create a warm and welcoming atmosphere.

Houseplants from Hudson Flower Shop

Tips on bridal bouquets and houseplants from Hudson Flower Shop.

A student works on financial planning.

The Minnesota Council on Economic Education and South Washington County Schools make educational deposit in students’ personal finances.

A woman sits on a couch watching scary TV shows.

Here’s some recommended Halloween season viewing on popular streaming services like Netflix, Hulu and Disney+.

Orange, yellow, red and purple paint on a canvas.

Margaret Wachholz from Woodbury Senior Living thinks we could all learn a lesson from American art icon Bob Ross.

Local author Kathryn Schleich

Published earlier this year, Kathryn Schleich’s new novel Salvation Station is perfect for mystery and crime fiction lovers.

Monica Jones with her children

Woodbury resident Monica Jones creates a safe space to celebrate the journey of BIPOC mothers.

Aspire Music Academy and Open Door Community Theatre presented Stars on Broadway 5: Heroes & Villains in February 2020. Directed by Lori Sager, the show featured the best of Broadway, including 70 songs from more than 30 musicals.

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