Shops & Business

Happy dog with blanket

Many dogs experience anxiety and most often anxiety and fear are a result of not being socialized at an early age. It could also be traced back to a significant event. Separation anxiety—experienced by dogs when his/her pet parent leaves—is one of the most common kinds of anxiety.

A dog looks up at their owner with Christmas gifts in the background.

Give your dog their own gifts to keep yours safe.

Christian Cupboard Emergency Food Shelf volunteers serving the community during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Woodbury Community Foundation and the Christian Cupboard Emergency Food Shelf give back and help strengthen the community.

ShredLights on a skateboard

Eric Birkemeier helped develop ShredLights in college. Now, he's the CEO.

Custom shirts from Big Frog in Woodbury.

Specializing in garment decoration, Big Frog embroiders, screen prints and digitally prints on a variety of clothing items.

Boating merch from local retailers

We’ve culled a list of items from area retailers (local and across the Metro) that will help keep your boating day “on an even keel.”

The founders of Home to Sweet Home assist in the downsizing process.

Home to Sweet Home assists in simplifying the downsizing process.

A woman browses the clothing at Woodbury Lutheran Church's Christian Closet.

A local clothing ministry is helping those in need one garment at a time.

Santa hugs a group of children at a Custom One Charities event.

Woodbury builder Custom One Homes launches a charitable arm to expand their outreach.

Jason Wheeler at Dart Escape, his Nerf gun arena and virutal reality playground.

Dart Escape offers a Nerf gun arena for kids and adults, as well as around 50 virtual reality games.

The main entry of Barnes & Noble Woodbury.

This spring, Barnes & Noble moved its Woodbury location from the original Woodbury Village spot to a new store at CityPlace with a much smaller footprint.

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