Woodbury Parks and Recreation hosted its popular spring tea party in April at Central Park.
The annual East Ridge High School Raptors versus Woodbury High School Royals football game traditionally draws a huge crowd to cheer on the crosstown rivals. It’s a much-anticipated event in Woodbury, alternating between the two high school’s home fields.
Kenya Skytte of Woodbury caught up on the local news with Woodbury Magazine while on a trip to London, England.
Donna Lloyd enjoys going for walks in the summer and takes her camera whenever possible to take photos of nature and wildlife. The kindergarten teacher took this photo at Bailey’s Arbor.
You never know what will pop up in the garden. Just ask Sarah Kroening. “While harvesting tomatoes last August, I noticed a small speck of what appeared to be dirt on one of the tomatoes,” Kroening says. “Upon further inspection, I noticed the perfect swirl of a snail shell.
Woodbury High School students Josh and Jasmine Chikkala shared local news while visiting family in Hyderabad, India.
Christine Quirk, 22, has lived in Woodbury her entire life with one exception: She went away to New York for college, then moved back to town in May 2016. This fun photo was taken in her family’s pool last summer.
Spring means many things to eager Minnesotans, who can resume beloved outdoor activities unencumbered by down lining and flannel.
Anyone who lives in Minnesota knows the Midwest isn’t “flyover country.” Woodbury native and Minneapolis resident Annie D’Souza is challenging that false notion one blog post at a time.