Going Out

Fraser, a provider of autism and early childhood mental health services, opened its Woodbury location (one of seven in the state) this summer. Donors, staff and community members gathered for the ribbon-cutting ceremony and a grand tour.

The Neustros Pequenos Hermanos (NPH) Club at East Ridge High School held its second annual charity golf tournament at Prestwick Golf Club, raising funds for abandoned and disadvantaged children in Latin America.

The Woodbury Community Foundation’s annual fundraiser has a new twist this year. The October 30 event, Woodbury Chef Fest, will feature food stations offering various cuisines and culinary delights.

Woodbury Community Theatre’s production of Les Miserables drew large crowds to the Loft Stage at East Ridge High School.

Osteria at Prestwick might be located on a golf course, but you don’t have to be a golfer to come have a great meal.

Joyce Anderstrom and her husband, Alan, headed to Ojibway Park last August to enjoy the evening excitement of Woodbury Days.

The Woodbury Farmers Market at the YMCA parking lot drew good crowds throughout the summer on Sunday mornings for fresh vegetables, fruit and other local food products.

Relay for Life participants raised funds and awareness about cancer.

It’s no secret that Woodbury is expanding as new businesses continue to move in. Thanh Do is one of those new restaurants that recently set up shop in City Walk, on the east side of town.

The Woodbury High School choirs hosted their annual cabaret show, Destination, with full audiences for both the dinner and stage shows.

Summer is peak concert time—time to soak up the great weather with family and friends while listening to beautiful music. You don’t have to go far for this special experience with the Woodbury Lakes Summer Concert Series.

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