Events

Woodbury Days President Amy Lombardi

Full-time middle school teacher and new-found Woodbury Days President Amy Lombardi is the latest mastermind behind this yearly celebration.

In July, attendees at Woodbury Parks & Recreation’s Half-Pint Safety Camp got to learn about first responders, climb into cool vehicles like fire trucks, and more.

Super heroes (small in stature but not in heart or courage) gathered last summer to put their skills to the test with Amazonian Hero, Spider Hero and other grown-up heroes as part of the Woodbury Parks & Recreation’s Superhero Academy, in partnership with local character business Occasions wi

The East Ridge High School choir practices

On February 3, Woodbury neighbors have a unique opportunity to hear a variety of local student music ensembles, as Woodbury High School hosts more than 1,000 east metro teens for the Suburban East Conference Music Festival.

A member of Woodbury Community Theatre holds the program for "Young Frankenstein."

If you’re a fan of the Mel Brooks classic film Young Frankenstein, don’t miss Woodbury Community Theatre’s production of the musical adaptation.

This summer, triathletes ages 2 to 5 got to bike, run and get wet! At the end of the triathlon, they received a sticker medal presented to them by a firefighter or police officer.

Kids celebrate at the Woodbury rec department's New Year's Eve Family Celebration at HealthEast Sports Center

This family-friendly New Year's Eve party wraps up with plenty of time for a full night’s sleep before continuing the party on New Year’s Day.

Children sing and dance during Aspire Music Academy's Holiday Spectacular.

Aspire Music Academy hosts holiday performances this month.

St. Therese of Woodbury welcomed guests to a fun night of bingo, beer and pretzels at 3rd Act Brewery in July. Funds from the event helped with St.

In September, Family Achievement Center hosted its Move to Your Own Groove All Abilities Race, giving kids and families an opportunity to enjoy distances from 50 meter

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