Established as a way to showcase both White Bear Lake’s public amenities and its community, Polar Lakes Park’s final installment of this year’s “Movies in the Park” will take place on the second Saturday of September.
In November, the Vadnais Heights Economic Development Corporation hosted its annual dinner at Jimmy’s Event Center to celebrate the businesses and organizations that make the northeast metro business scene so vibrant.
Solid Ground, a nonprofit based in White Bear Lake, celebrated its 30th anniversary with a gala on October 11.
Music, rides, classic cars, food and more were all part of the Marketfest festivities this past June and July in downtown White Bear Lake.
This year’s “Raise the Curtain” gala held on May 23 exceeded its goal by raising $65,000. Entertainment included Don Eidel on guitar and singers Quinn Shadko and Austin Lewis with Blake Brauer on piano.
Rudy’s Redeye Grill hosted a New Year’s celebration at White Bear Country Inn, with live music, dinner, dancing and the inaugural drop of the 7-foot-tall white bear, the beginning of a White Be
The VHEDC Awards Banquet at Jimmy’s Event Center featured Liwanag Ojala, CEO of CaringBridge, as the keynote speaker. The dinner celebrates the Northeast Metro’s economic vitality and commitment to the community, says executive director Ling Becker.
Whether you eat your corn on the cob around or across, it’s time to hone your corn-eating skills at the 33rd year of Cornfest at St. Jude of the Lake Catholic Church.
Easter egg hunts are a hallmark of spring fun. The City of Vadnais Heights has hosted its own each year for decades, and 2017 will be no exception, as the annual event returns April 8.
One reason to look forward to the cooler temperatures is Brian Mielke’s semi-annual pottery sale, which is determined by the weather and colors of the trees; this fall’s sale is set for early October.