It’s time for the 43rd annual Heritage Days Celebration—three days of fun and excitement where there’s something for everyone.
Sara Markoe Hanson from the White Bear Lake Area Historical Society shared a presentation on and some stories about the legendary lakes and people that make our area so unique.
It’s not difficult to whiz past Rudy’s Redeye Grill as you head north on Highway 61 through White Bear Lake. But don’t.
It was frosty fun as folks took to jumping in the lake for the annual White Bear Lake Polar Plunge.
Sunrise Park Middle School band students wowed the crowd with an evening of music and merriment.
Guy and Cindy Fix purchased Ciresi’s Liquor Store business and opened the doors under the name Cotroneo’s Wine & Spirits last April.
Folks from H20 for Life celebrated volunteers and all their hard work at the annual Water Ball event, which included a gourmet dinner, silent auction, wine pull and live music.
After taking a one-year hibernation, the Art Shanty Projects will re-awaken on the surface of the ice. This year, 18 creative art shanties made by select artists will dot the frozen landscape on White Bear Lake.
Fabulous food, great friends and a stunning backdrop were just a few of the high points at the low-country boil, put on by the Sailing Division of the White Bear Yacht Club.
Photos 2 & 7 by Jenn Barnett; All other photos by Debbie Johnson-Hill