Over the course of more than 150 years, the Heritage House has grown as a symbol of community history for the residents of Woodbury and is now owned by the Woodbury Heritage Society. Read more about Woodbury Heritage House is a Hub of Local History
When a group has been around for a half-century, it might be easy to take it for granted. But the Woodbury Lions Club has stayed relevant and important to the community's well-being by continually coming up with new projects that address current needs. Read more about Woodbury Lions Club Has Been Making the City Better for Half a Century
As part of its efforts to preserve the historic Miller Barn, one of the last tactile vestiges of Woodbury’s farming history, the Woodbury Heritage Society’s Save the Miller Barn committee hosts its second annual dîner en blanc. Read more about Le Dîner en Blanc: An Elegant French Dinner to Save the Miller Barn
Spend time with a person of wisdom that only comes with age, and you can see there is more to life than the day-to-day rat race. Read more about Learn the History of Woodbury from Those Who Were There
Before Woodbury became known as a medical industry hub and shopping mall destination, in its earliest days, it consisted mostly of Tamarack Swamp and the Big Woods. Read more about Woodbury's Beginnings Were 'Humble Yet Beautiful'
Imagine a small village along the river in the year 1868. For a glimpse of that reality, pay a visit to the library and community center in the tiny, Woodbury-adjacent town of Newport. Read more about 130-Year-Old Newport Library is 'Full of History'