Make the most of the warm, sunshine-filled days and elevate your fun in the comfort of your own backyard. Start a socially distant lawn game tournament with others to make it competitive or simply enjoy a leisurely game with your friends and family.
Archery is usually thought of as a solitary activity; even the most famous bow-slinging icons—Cupid, Robin Hood, Katniss Everdeen—all act alone.
A year ago, Woodbury resident Michele Tuchner and her daughter Annie Sandell, along with a friend, spent 16 days trekking from 8,500 feet to 18,500 feet to reach their goal: the Mount Everest base camp.
Large crowds experienced excellent outdoor music at the annual Woodbury Lakes Summer Concert Series at the shopping center.
At first, Lee and Gary Jorgensen didn’t intend to walk in every state in America, but once they started walking they just couldn’t stop. No, this isn’t a Forrest Gump story; it took more than four years to complete the task, but the Woodbury couple has walked in every state.
Woodbury Magazine caught up with the city’s parks and recreation staff to get the lowdown on this season’s programs, designed to get you up and active. From preschoolers to adults, there’s something for everyone in town.
Yes, master gardeners have green thumbs and gorgeous, bountiful gardens. But did you know that they give back to the community through volunteer commitments such as teaching classes, answering questions about home horticulture and spearheading community gardens?
For the average golfer, the sport is a leisurely activity for weekends or the occasional summer evening. At Eagle Valley, the city of Woodbury course, the men’s team took the leisurely sport and turned it into a championship.
While enjoying a beautiful summer day at Carver Lake, Leia Felicilda noticed some visitors approaching.