Solid Ground, a nonprofit based in White Bear Lake, celebrated its 30th anniversary with a gala on October 11.
Arts & Culture
When local White Bear Lake Area High School students Zach Halverson and Chad Olson hosted their first live broadcast of a high school lacrosse game in May 2012, they had no idea that their radio station, the Halverson Olson Radio Network (the Horn), would become such a success among students and
Walk into the offices at 4717 Highway 61 in White Bear Lake and you’ll encounter a riot of paintings, with female forms rendered in expressive black strokes, richly layered jewel tones and kaleidoscopic patterns.
Bingo, knitting and seminars on Medicare. Is this your image of the range of adult programs for retirees? Well, flash forward, folks.
With kids (and parents) eager for school to start again, this year marks the beginning of the free all-day kindergarten program at the eight White Bear Lake area elementary schools.
Who doesn’t love music under the stars on a warm summer night? Don’t miss this year’s annual Pops on the Porch event August 15, hosted by the White Bear Lake Area Historical Society. Bring your lawn chairs and picnic dinner, and listen to the sounds of the Moonlight Serenaders.
Next month, not only will Wildwood Elementary students be starting a new school year, but they will be stepping into a brand-new building. The previous building, built in 1951, was outdated and becoming too small for its 585 students.
Supplying White Bear Lake residents with fresh fruits and veggies since the 1970s, this year’s White Bear Lake farmers’ market features about 50 local vendors offering a variety of seasonal goodies.
The 2013 Best of White Bear Lake party was a smashing success, as hundreds of Woodbury residents, leaders, businesspeople and luminaries came out to celebrate what makes our community great. Our staff photographer, Tate Carlson, was on hand to document the night. Enjoy his photos here.