Shops & Business

Walk to End Alzheimer’s, Bash for Brains

Bash for Brains returned to Woodbury last fall for its sixth year, drawing over 300 guests and $57,000 between donations, entry and raffle tickets, and a silent auction.

When Donna Smith-Stafford lost her husband to a sudden heart attack, Woodbury lost a beloved and dedicated community leader.

Dena Tripp and Debbie Shwetz combined passion, creativity and baking skills to make bundt cakes for their friends and family.

There’s nothing like waking up to the warmth of a cozy quilt, especially when it was handmade with love. Even more so when it covers the bed of a soldier in Iraq or Afghanistan.

With Minnesota’s often oppressive weather, taking care of your car might seem daunting and difficult. The staff at the new Paradise Car Wash and Detail Center would beg to differ.

Graduation season is right around the corner, and it’s important to send our loved ones on their next adventures with a token reminder of how much we care. We asked La Vie Boutique for a few of their favorite gift ideas.

When Heather Baldridge was 18 years old, she sewed all of her cousin’s bridesmaids’ dresses—from scratch. That was the start of her “over 30 years” of experience in weddings, but her education started even earlier.

Six months ago, nearly 15,000 volunteers walked into Woodbury’s Bielenberg Sports Center (BSC) to assemble and pack meals for the hungry at the largest-ever Feed My Starving Children (FMSC) mobile pack event under one roof in the United States.

Stylistas are rejoicing at the new Woodbury boutique, Primrose Park, which offers Woodbury shoppers another great opportunity for unique clothing, accessories and gifts.

The Easter Bunny is hopping to Kowalski’s Market and Patina in Woodbury to fill baskets on March 27.

At Kowalski’s Market:

Julia Stone (picured above)
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