The Woodbury Area Chamber of Commerce’s popular community expo returns at the end of the month, and the event continues to grow.
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.
Take a 5k vacation by registering for the Color Run, coming to the Twin Cities on July 10!
This month, the Woodbury Lions Club is hosting its 39th annual community garage sale. Last year, folks came from all over the Twin Cities to shop at more than 600 registered garage sales.
Liberty Ridge Elementary School is hosting its annual carnival and online auction on April 16. Auction items will be on display during the carnival and phones can be used to bid online, a feature implemented a year ago.
Woodbury Community Theatre is all about show tunes in its third rendition of Stars on Broadway. According to operations director Michelle Witte, the “stars” theme fits perfectly with the idea of Woodbury community “star” performers.
The annual Woodbury Area Chamber of Commerce Expo is back for its seventh year and will feature more than 175 local community organizations and businesses ranging from health care practices and home improvement services to local government, schools and retail.