June 2015

In the June 2015 issue of Woodbury Magazine, you'll find four local business owners, a home's modern makeover, and new discount denim franchise Mode.

Freelance art director and graphic designer Dee Dee Davis was at her Woodbury home on a September afternoon, looking through her kitchen window, when she noticed some activity.


We’re over the moon in June because our gardens are popping and berries are starting to burst. Strawberries start the parade and it just gets better with blueberries, raspberries, blackberries and more.


The finalists and winners of the Best of Woodbury 2015 readers' survey were honored at a special celebration at the Prom Center.


A huge crowd filled East Ridge High School for the Woodbury Community Expo, sponsored by the Woodbury Area Chamber of Commerce.


Based on Victor Hugo’s French historical novel of broken dreams, passion and redemption, Les Misérables comes to town as Woodbury Community Theatre performs the international award- winning musical.


Gone are the days of formal living rooms and dining rooms, as current trends for open concept spaces reflect the more casual and multi-functional lifestyle of today’s families. As a result, many owners of older homes are left with rooms that don’t function well.


There’s no question you can do some great shopping and eating in Woodbury. Nothing beats staying local. With all the options in town, it can feel like you never have to leave.


In the past 10 years, no other sport has paralleled the growth of lacrosse in the Twin Cities. This once-fringe sport has become a main event, and the east side of the metro has been no exception in this newfound love for netted sticks.


Restaurant managers David Breen and Ben Berry have worked together at Tri-City Restaurant Management for over a decade.


Woodbury author Kerstin March offers an apt description of the June launch of her first novel, Family Trees.


Twelve years ago, Diane Bjorkman and husband Bill Lehman took over Gentle Transitions (GT), a senior move management company serving the metro and outlying areas since 1990.


For the past 29 years, the Woodbury Area Chamber of Commerce has awarded just under $150,000 in scholarships to local students pursuing their post-secondary degree and helped send many area youth to YMCA Camp.


When Wade Hanson jumped into the real estate market in 1999, he followed his passion, but he never expected that his passion would lead him to where he is now.


Woodbury residents are anticipating celebrating the Fourth of July at the city’s hometown event.


Woodbury residents are anticipating celebrating the Fourth of July at the city’s hometown event.


As a community, South Washington County has raised more than $2 million in the fight against cancer, by means of Relay for Life.


Golf season is up and in full swing at Woodbury golf courses. At Prestwick Golf Course, there are many ways to get the most out of the season. Men’s and women’s clubs are available to join, as well as a couples’ club.


In 2007, Mode went from a pop-up store, created to liquidate a large amount of overstock items, to a brick-and-mortar shop, and then became a franchise in 2011.