The Woodbury Community Foundation and the Christian Cupboard Emergency Food Shelf give back and help strengthen the community.
Shops & Business
New Uses had its grand opening in June at South Tamarack Square, and has introduced a fairly new concept in retail: buying and selling gently used furniture, artwork, mirrors, lamps, rugs—and basically anything else for the home.
Next month, Bielenberg Sports Center will be transformed into a massive assembly station for 4 million meals for the hungry.
Along with the leaves changing color and falling to the ground, fall is bringing some new fashion trends. Top picks from Heidi Martin, owner of Sisu boutique in Woodbury, include lots of plaid, faux fur, ponchos and vegan leather.
Passing by Sweet Pea’s Floral, it might not be immediately obvious that miraculous transformations are occurring within.
On Christmas 2013, Sharon and Bruce Perkins received what Sharon describes as “the best gift we’ve ever asked for.” It was a dollhouse-sized book shelter, handcrafted by their son-in-law, Brian Alwin.
A Greener Read wants to change the scope of the classic “reduce, reuse, recycle” motto and has been pretty successful in doing so.
Picture 40,000 square feet—half of Bielenberg Sports Center’s (BSC) field house—with 200 tables and 1,100 chairs, set up in 60 packing stations to assemble 4 million meals for the hungry. That vision will become a reality in three months as Woodbury hosts a mega mobile pack October 8–11.
Valley Creek Mall has acquired a sense of style since Crafty Chicks on the Loose moved in last spring. Motivation behind the business’ move to Woodbury was simple.
Merriment Adornments is a known home and interior design store in Tamarack Hills. What may not be known is the beautiful jewelry found inside. “We have a number of jewelry lines, some from bigger vendors but most from small vendors around the U.S.