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Yes, technically it's April, but March Madness comes to Minneapolis this week. if you’re trying to score some last-minute Final Four tickets, the Better Business Bureau has some advice.

Kids learn best by example. If you’re tired of telling your children to go outside to play (without you or them getting up from the couch), you might want to consider these Woodbury-based family fitness activities.

Happy birthday, Woodbury Days! The beloved summer festival celebrates 40 years this month.

After a long and intense season, the Woodbury High School competitive cheer team took first place at the national championship at Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida back in February. “It was really exciting to see how thrilled they were,” says coach Andria Mattlin.

Want to enjoy a night of French finery? How about the chance to help preserve an important part of Woodbury’s history? This month, the Miller Barn committee is hosting a traditional French dîner en blanc, or “dinner in white,” to help restore the Miller Barn at Valley Creek Park.

The staycation trend—to act like a tourist in your own backyard and see your community with new eyes—is a good one any time of year, but especially in the summer, when kids are home from school and outdoor activities are plentiful.

Lori Spiess is finally getting a workspace near home. “For all these years, I’ve been commuting to work from my home in St.

Woodbury Kids is helping to encourage families to get out and play this summer.

The Healthy Kids Running Series in Stillwater is a wonderful avenue for keeping your child active at the start of the school year.  

Since 2011, Prelude Homes has provided top-notch and unique memory care services to Woodbury and surrounding areas. “We chose Woodbury because it is a high-quality community with good workers and a need for the services we wanted to offer,” says Phil Dommer, head of Prelude.
 

Improving the health of the community is the goal of Woodbury Thrives, an initiative promoting physical, spiritual, financial and emotional well-being.

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