An annual fundraiser for Woodbury’s Math and Science Academy.
Benefits & Fundraisers
Kick off this family-friendly walk around the first level of the Mall of America with a complimentary breakfast followed by tons of sensory activities, mascots, games, prizes and giveaways galore. Rally as a team or register as an individual to help Fraser sustain existing programs and expand innovative services for those directly affected by autism.
Join us for an evening of fellowship, encouragement and inspiration. Hear from motivational speaker, Marilyn Sharpe, as she talks about how we give and receive many blessings from others. She will enrich you with her words and you will feel inspired. Her information is valuable to women of all ages. The speaker event component is $15/person and pre-registration is required. Register online at preschool.woodburylutheran.org. Also that night there will be Boutique vendor shopping, small plate meals for purchase, Silent Auction and giveaways-entrance to this part is free.
Breanna’s Star is a Night of Art, Celebration and Giving in support of Breanna’s Gift, an organization bringing visual arts, dance, music and theater to children with life-threatening illnesses at Ronald McDonald House Upper Midwest and Children’s Minnesota in St. Paul and Minneapolis. Enjoy appetizers, wine and beer, live and silent auctions, tarot card reader and entertainment by country/rock/swing band Trailer Trash! Attire is casual. Come join the fun and help children escape to the magical world of the arts!
The tastiest event in Woodbury this month might just be Christian Cupboard Emergency Food Shelf’s annual Chili Hubbub. Families, including young kids, are invited to spend an afternoon tasting chili (you guessed it) and other comfort-food offerings—mac and cheese, anyone?—from local restaurants. Call it a chili scavenger hunt; try them all, and decide which is your favorite. Best of all, all proceeds from the event benefit the food shelf, which serves neighbors in need in Woodbury, Oakdale, Landfall and part of Maplewood.
The Rotary Club of Woodbury hosts its annual gala this month, focusing on giving back to the community and raising funds for local youth programs. This event is particularly timely for those of us who might still need to make plans for a Valentine’s Day night out—it’s just the right amount of glitz and glitter, combined with a philanthropic mission, for a holiday all about love. In fact, this year’s gala theme is Share Your Love. Guests will be treated to food, drinks, music from the Lake String Quartet and a performance from comedian John DeBoer.
Don’t miss Woodbury High School students’ annual Coffeehouse show, produced this month at the high school and featuring musical acts and more. This marks the annual fundraiser’s 22nd year, and will include a festive Cirque du Soleil theme. Guests can hear music and other performances from students, and try a delectable sampling of food from local vendors. All proceeds from the evening go to the American Society for Suicide Prevention.
Woodbury Ambassador Royal Family Luau Fundraiser! At Peace of Mind Early Education Center on March 23 beginning at 6pm. $10/person gives you a pulled pork sandwich, chips, and drink and entrance to a fun-filled luau including dancing, a hula hoop contest, limbo contest and silent auction. For more info they can look at the event on our Facebook Page Woodbury Royalty or email us at WoodburyAmbassadors@gmail.com.
Andrew Redeker from National Tours and Randy Glass from Broadway are performing... An Evening in December. This Holiday Program is for all ages and benefits our local food shelf the Christian Cupboard Emergency Food Shelf. Free will offerings are accepted and a tour of the food shelf is avaliable. This is a great opportunity to give, share the holiday spirit and enjoy a fantastic performace that has traveled from New York City to make a difference in our community.
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Saint Ambrose of Woodbury Catholic School will participate in the Minnesota Marathon for Nonpublic Education on Saturday, September 22, from 9:00-10:00 a.m. We are holding the marathon in conjunction with the parish SAW Festival! Come for the Marathon, stay for the Festival!