Education & Community

Travelogue: Add Birding to Your Travel Fun

Looking for a challenge or just a new way to get involved in nature? The Minnesota Global Birders will share tips about how to make birding part of your vacation and what you might get to see at destinations around the world.

Women's Night Out & Boutique

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.

What’s All the Hubbub?

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.

Liberty Classical Academy Spring Open House

At Liberty Classical, we are building students, thinkers, dreamers, artists, and leaders. We are giving students skills to adapt and succeed—and we envision even more. To truly make a difference, students need a broad and deep education that teaches them to think critically…to solve problems ethically…to live with integrity.

It’s what sets Liberty apart: powerful PreK - 12 academics paired with heart-shaping Christian values.

It's how we’re Building Lives that Inspire.

Education in Society with Katherine Kersten

Liberty Classical Academy of White Bear Lake will be hosting Katherine Kersten, Senior Fellow at Center of the American Experiment, on Tuesday, March 5 at 7 pm for their Education in Society event. The night will open with an interview by Headmaster, Rebekah Hagstrom and Katherine on the topic of Confusion in the Classroom: How Racial Equity Policies are Shaping Today's Schools.

A panel of local public school teachers will then present their experiences with racial equity training, followed by a time of open Q&A.

Wild Ones 2019 Design With Nature Conference

The Wild Ones Annual Design With Nature Conference offers insights into topics impacting the native plant movement, always encouraging us to embrace the connection of native plants to the ecological health of our communities.

The Vietnamese Art of Stir Fry

This tasty class explores the Vietnamese art of stir fry, and helps attendees learn how to put together healthy, quick dishes, usually in less than an hour. Instructor Hoa Young teaches the basics, and you’ll make a vegetarian stir fry dish with tofu and long beans, plus a seafood stir fry with shrimp and greens.

Winter Constellations in the Show-Dome

Take some time to look up this Saturday, as this event teaches about the constellations visible in the winter months. Make a star wheel you can take home with you to help you find even more constellations throughout the year. Ages 5+ with an adult. Free. 3-3:45 p.m. Penn Lake Library, 612.543.5669.

Work of Art: Recordkeeping for Artists

This program teaches you how to track revenues and expenses, make projections and more to help you make your artistic ventures financially successful ones. This event is put on in collaboration with Springboard for the Arts and Minnesota’s Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund. Adults. Free. 2-4:30 p.m. 612.543.5669

Come Learn About the Woodbury Ambassador Scholarship Program!

Come Learn About the 2019 – 2020 Woodbury Ambassador Scholarship Program!

The Woodbury Ambassador Royal Family Scholarship Program gives local students the opportunity to learn leadership skills, serve their communities, develop life-long friendships and earn college scholarships.

Eligible young ladies must be entering either 3rd-5th grades, or grades 11 and higher in Fall of 2019, and attend school, live or work in Districts 833, 834 or 622.

Come learn about this year’s program at the following informational meetings:

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