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.
Woodbury’s beloved Puppet Wagon heralded summer 2018 with a series of performances at local parks, neighborhoods and events. The lively performances, including silly songs and stories, run about eight minutes each, making them the perfect length for tiny tots’ attention spans.
The Woodbury Area Chamber of Commerce’s popular community expo returns at the end of the month, and the event continues to grow.
Kids ages 6-12 are welcome to join in a fun nighttime race on September 16.
Central Park will be the site of Woodbury’s 50th anniversary celebration on March 25, 5-9 p.m. The theme, Celebrate the Decades, will honor the past, celebrate the present and look ahead to the future of Woodbury.
To kick off the holiday season at the end of November, Merrill Community Arts Center presents the Emmy award-winning a cappella group Tonic Sol-fa for its I Still Believe holiday tour 2016 at the Loft Stage at East Ridge High School.
The Prom Center in Oakdale, host of many area corporate, nonprofit and wedding events, is now Envision Event Center.
This month, Jerry’s Foods celebrates Halloween with a cake-decorating contest, free kids’ trick-or-treating event and Halloween-themed cupcakes, cakes and desserts.
What started as a small gathering of a few artists around the St. Croix Valley, Afton Art in the Park has become an annual tradition for many people around this community.
The City of Woodbury invites residents to bring their friends, family and lawn chairs to Bielenberg Sports Center outdoor fields to enjoy the Fourth of July holiday. “We keep it pretty simple,” says recreation specialist and facility coordinator Chris Fleck of the free event.