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While there is nothing like a gorgeous winter day in Minnesota, it’s this time of year when I find myself daydreaming of sunny spring days spent in the garden. Thankfully, that daydreaming also acts as a perfect time to accomplish spring planning.

How much do you know about your local public safety department? You may not know that the Woodbury public safety department is quite unique in its organization.

The Merrill Community Arts Center is celebrating theater adapted from original written works with this season’s theme, “A Season of Stories: From Page to Stage.” What better way to celebrate than with one of Woodbury’s own?

If you’re a parent, releasing your baby to preschool is a milestone that comes with angst and tears—mostly on the part of the parent. As a mom of 3- and 5-year-old boys, I know this better than anyone.

When Donna Lloyd starting snapping pictures in 2009, she had no idea it would lead to her becoming a published author.

For the Friedman family of Woodbury, traditional schooling has never been a good fit. Lynn Friedman homeschooled her kids when they were younger, and tried putting them in public school for about five years before deciding it wasn’t working. The schedule just didn’t fit her family’s needs.

It’s January, and that means it’s time for the fourth annual Cold Catfish Cup Winter Bike Race at Carver Lake Park. The race will take place January 25 at noon.

Mary Lehman has always loved to read. Ten years ago, while chatting with a friend, the Woodbury resident came across the idea of starting a book group.

Rudolph won’t need to use his nose to guide Santa to this holiday event at Central Park. On Saturday, December 6, kids will have the opportunity to decorate sugar cookies shaped like seasonal items and construct their own holiday crafts that are perfect for hanging on the tree at home.