Events

Here are some of the best reader submitted photos from this year's Hudson Hot Air Affair. The mid-winter event has been delighting spectators for 30 years. This year's theme was Pirates Fly’n the Croix-Ribbean. 

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.

Set in September 1934, Lend Me a Tenor is an award-winning, fast-paced comedy. The production focuses on the Cleveland Grand Opera Company. Tito Merelli is the greatest tenor of his generation and is set to perform a solo as Otello.

Last November, the Woodbury Area Chamber of Commerce expanded and moved to its new location on Commerce Drive.

If you enjoy the excitement of high school football, circle October 9 on your calendar and plan to attend the annual East Ridge High School/Woodbury High School matchup. This year’s meeting takes place at East Ridge’s stadium, known as The Nest, with a 7 p.m. kickoff.

The Woodbury Lions Club is hosting its 44th annual pancake breakfast at East Ridge High School on Sunday, October 4, serving pancakes, sausage, yogurt parfaits, coffee, milk and orange juice.

Whether it’s a literal physical place or a metaphorical state of mind, a destination is a special location. That’s why this year’s theme for Woodbury High School’s cabaret show is just that: Destination.

The votes have been tallied and the top three finalists for each category have been announced.

It’s January, and that means it’s time for the fourth annual Cold Catfish Cup Winter Bike Race at Carver Lake Park. The race will take place January 25 at noon.

Rudolph won’t need to use his nose to guide Santa to this holiday event at Central Park. On Saturday, December 6, kids will have the opportunity to decorate sugar cookies shaped like seasonal items and construct their own holiday crafts that are perfect for hanging on the tree at home.

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