The Royal Club helped to officially launch Minneapolis-based pet-calming CBD brand Kradle at the Royal Dog Days event in October. Forty-five dogs (and their families!) joined in Lake Elmo for a day of golf, food, fun and a dog costume contest.
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Imagine yourself on a September afternoon, sitting up in the stands at a University of Minnesota Gophers’ football game. Smell the popcorn and the hot dogs, feel the late-summer sun on your face.
Take in Woodbury’s beautiful trails and breathtaking scenery while working up a sweat at the 33rd annual Woodbury Country Mile, which features four races starting at a new and exciting location: Bielenberg Sports Center.
For 35 years, Woodbury Days has hosted a weekend of fun-filled activities, and this year will be no different. Between August 22 and 24, Ojibway Park will once again be a destination for people of all ages.
“There’s an old saying: The family that sings together, stays together,” says Tom Reimann. “I think that’s very true,” he adds with a chuckle.
Woodbury’s 4th of July celebration has long taken place at Ojibway Park. But this year, festivities will be held at the Bielenberg Sports Center.
Only 4 to 7 percent of kids who enroll in Boy Scouts go on to become Eagle Scouts.
This summer, community members can get out and enjoy the Woodbury Lakes plaza with the fifth annual Summer Concert Series, a weekly offering of free family-friendly musical 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
Nothing screams “summer” like fresh, seasonal fruit, vegetables and flowers. And the best place to nab all these goodies is the Woodbury Farmers’ Market, returning to the Central Park parking lot for another season of farm-to-table exchanges.
Think twice before you put that wooden chest of drawers in the garage sale pile. With a coat or two of one-step paint, that piece of furniture can be refurbished for either traditional or contemporary design.