White Bear Lake celebrated 25 years of hosting the Relay for Life—the second largest event in the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network—on July 26.
Health & Wellness
Everyone deserves to feel well. Whether you’re suffering through a minor cold or a chronic illness, many different modalities of care are available.
Step into the lives and former hideouts of 1930s era gangsters who spent their days tucked away in cottages around White Bear and Bald Eagle Lakes through White Bear Lake Historical Society’s gangster tour.
A cafe that not only offers coffee, tea, vintage soda, panini and other treats, but welcomes all gam-ers to show up and have a good time is exactly what co-owners Michael Farmer and Craig Harding offer at The B
Big Wood Brewery invites all intrigued by beer and the brewing process to tour their space with one of their brew-masters on the first Friday of the month.
As long as Minnesotans have known notoriously brutal Midwest winters, we have celebrated the reprieve summer weather brings and enjoyed relaxing on the beach. From the state’s infancy, White Bear Lake has served as one of these vacation getaways.
Amid the shops in downtown White Bear Lake is a little furniture store specializing in giving the old new purpose. Now the building the store occupies has gotten a facelift as well, thanks to Eli Rupnow, the building’s new owner.
On September 17, the White Bear Center for the Arts (WBCA) is hosting a program about Saint Hildegard of Bingen in honor of her feast day, September 17.
Most people know the names Jackie Robinson and Babe Ruth, but few have ever heard of John Wesley Donaldson.
It’s time for the 43rd annual Heritage Days Celebration—three days of fun and excitement where there’s something for everyone.
The annual Taste of Vadnais has a new name and a new look this year, as the Concert at Vadnais Square. The event will focus more on the music, but will still showcase the beauty and fun of Vadnais Center.