Events

We’ve all had those moments during the long frigid winter where we closed our eyes and pictured a balmy evening spent listening to strands of live music melt into the warm summer breeze.  It helped us survive the cold (and yes, despite our moments of doubt, we did), and now the fun is finally beg

The Woodbury Community Foundation celebrates its 10th anniversary with a spring gala offering more than the typical dinner and auction.

When organizers launched the Woodbury Community Expo in 2010, they weren’t quite sure what to expect.

At first glance, it might appear that Mark Crea, executive director and CEO of Feed My Starving Children, and Minnesota Timberwolves president Chris Wright have nothing in common.

Minnesota National Guard 1st Sgt. Andrew Haigh was the keynote speaker at the November 11 Veterans' Day observance at the Woodbury Veterans Memorial. All photos by Jeanne Berget.

Each Thanksgiving Eve, the Woodbury Area Clergy Orgnization (WACO) hosts a service that brings together celebrators of all faith backgrounds. The hosting duties rotate each year from congregation to congregation, as do the musicians.

Mark your calendars for the annual Veterans Day celebration at the Woodbury Lions Veterans Memorial on the City Hall campus on  November 11 at 3 p.m.

For the past several years, the Monster Mash and Soiree Spooktakular have been Halloween trademarks for the community. This season, however, the Woodbury Community Foundation is replacing the annual Soiree Spooktakular with a new fundraising gala, called Woodbury Makes a Deal, on Nov.

Lace up your sneakers: The 32nd annual Woodbury Country Mile runs into town August 25. The much-loved event features a half-marathon option, a 5K walk/run and various races for kids.

The Woodbury Lions Veterans Memorial Council broke ground in 2007 for what has since become a community treasure: the Woodbury Veterans Memorial. “It’s very important for our local folks to maintain a connection to their lost veterans.

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