Going Out

It’s time for the 43rd annual Heritage Days Celebration—three days of fun and excitement where there’s something for everyone.

Imagine the look on your child’s face when you walk into a 5,000-square-foot space filled wall-to-wall with bouncy houses, climbing equipment, a giant slide and foam pit. This is Monkey House.

Although the holiday spirit is in no short supply at this time of year, the students at Birch Lake Elementary School spread the cheer even further.

Folks noshed on fabulous food from local eateries and enjoyed the beautiful day at the annual Taste of White Bear Lake event.

See stunning homes revealed at the annual North Oaks Children’s Hospital Guild holiday home tour, boutique and luncheon.

Visitors at the White Bear Lake Farmers Market enjoyed the locally grown produce, baked goods, organic pet food, fresh flowers and more.

Apple time is upon us, so head over to one of the area’s best orchards: Dellwood’s very own Pine Tree Apple Orchard.

Call up your ghosts and ghouls, witches and warlocks; it’s time to take advantage of the freaky fun all around you. Halloween is one of those holidays where there is no shortage of fun things to do—a fact not lost on the White Bear Lake area.

Folks took to the streets of downtown White Bear Lake for the annual Marketfest extravaganza.

White Bear Lake songbird Katy Vernon is one of the acts performing at this year’s White Bear Township Day.

It’s September, so that means White Bear Township Day is upon us. This annual tradition is the perfect way to celebrate the tight-knit community of White Bear Lake.

The Sandcastle and Creatures Building Contest was sponsored by the White Bear Center for the Arts and one of the many annual events at Manitou Days.