Arts & Culture

Thank a teacher

“THE TEACHERS DESERVE THE AWARDS for all that they do, especially during these times,” says Stephanie Lundell, who received first place in the Activities & Events category of the Focus on Woodbury photo contest for her submission titled Red Rock Teach Parade.

Students at Woodbury Middle School run through a makeshift tunnel to celebrate the last day of school.

Sigrid Dabelstein's photo "School's Out for the Summer!" took third place in the Activities & Events category of our Focus on Woodbury photo contest.

A variety of plants from Gertens

We asked Gertens to explain some of the most popular terms you may hear during plant shopping.

A bedroom with temporary wallpaper on the walls.

Temporary wallpaper is making quite the comeback in the world of interior design—offering a fun way to make a bold statement without permanently committing to a pattern.

A woman tutors a boy at Sylvan Learning Center.

You voted Sylvan Woodbury's Best Learning/Tutoring Center.

Woodbury High School principal Sarah Sorenson-Wagner, WCCO anchor Kim Johnson, Chris Dease and Keith Jacobus

Chris Dease has taught art at Woodbury High School (WHS) for 25 years—but, to her students, she’s more than just an art teacher.

A girl jumps through a sprinkler in a Woodbury backyard.

Tara Korkowski’s photo showcases the spirit of summer.

A kitchen in a home in the Royal Club housing development.

3M’s former Tartan Park transformed into new housing development.

A garden-themed mug from Patina

Whether you’re a green thumb or resolved to become one, let the folks of these local gift shops and greenhouses be your guides to all things garden-themed this spring.

A child tends to a Garden Box at Woodbury YMCA.

Preschoolers grow their own fruits and vegetables at the YMCA.

An ESL class at Great Rivers Adult Community Education

Great Rivers Adult Community Education offers free ESL classes for the community.

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