Arts & Culture

The Woodbury Chamber held its annual Community Awards Gala in January at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel in St. Paul. In addition to the awards program, the gavel was passed to the new board chair and guests enjoyed dinner, auctions, music and more.

Adam Schotzko of Schotzko Chiropractic in Woodbury.

“I’m trying to make my classroom come alive, to make it as real world as possible,” says Erik Strommer, interactive media arts and graphics program chair at Globe University.

Kristin Kinney.

Although the number of Minnesotans who struggle to put food on the table remains lower than the national average—14.5 percent of households— local leaders at Woodbury’s Christian Cupboard Emergency Food Shelf (WCC) are fighting to help a

Each Thanksgiving Eve, the Woodbury Area Clergy Orgnization (WACO) hosts a service that brings together celebrators of all faith backgrounds. The hosting duties rotate each year from congregation to congregation, as do the musicians.

Mark your calendars for the annual Veterans Day celebration at the Woodbury Lions Veterans Memorial on the City Hall campus on  November 11 at 3 p.m.

A fabulous kitchen makeover has turned Brenda Johnson’s bland white kitchen into an elegant cooking and gathering space suitable for this chic home chef and her guests. Johnson has always loved the home she bought 16 years ago in Woodbury’s Hidden Lake neighborhood.

For the past several years, the Monster Mash and Soiree Spooktakular have been Halloween trademarks for the community. This season, however, the Woodbury Community Foundation is replacing the annual Soiree Spooktakular with a new fundraising gala, called Woodbury Makes a Deal, on Nov.

As the department promotes awareness during October’s fire prevention month, its leaders are planning for the city’s future growth.

Armed with a Canon T3i and a 60 mm macro lens, Donna Lloyd decided to capture insect life in her Bailey’s Arbor neighborhood.

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