September 2016 White Bear Lake Magazine

In the September issue tune in to all things pets with health tips from White Bear Animal Hospital, non-toxic lice treatments and more.

Laura and John Aubrey came to White Bear in 1857. With strong feelings about the importance of education and religious instruction, they committed their time here to improving the opportunities for both.


When it comes to eating out, kids can be a chef’s toughest critics. Picky eaters abound in that 10-and-under category, so we decided to round up some of the best of the kids’ menu items in the White Bear Lake area for you and your mini gourmet.


Music and merriment were on the docket at this Birchwood Concert in the Park, an event which takes place Sunday evenings during the summer months.


This month, St. Andrew’s Lutheran Church’s summer block party will be 10 years strong. The popular event started in 2006 with 400 people in attendance, and public participation has only grown.


Nikola Wigstrom and Stacia Zezza are more than just sisters-in-law; they are business partners, and the co-founders and the two-woman show behind the traveling art studio Wanderlust Studio.


When the Minnesota High School Cycling League (MHSCL) launched in 2012, one of the first people contacted as a potential coach was White Bear Lake Area High School teacher, Fred Feirn.


During a lunch hour at Jethro’s Char-House & Pub in Mahtomedi, you might find a group of ladies chatting over their Reuben sandwiches, pausing their game of bridge for a chance to laugh and reminisce.


Fall in Minnesota is a wild card among seasons, with weather extremes that can range from summer-like, 80-degree weather to plowable snow. It’s the time to get ready for the long winter ahead—for pet owners, too. Dr.


Almost everyone has a head lice story. Whether it was getting them along with your best friend in elementary school, or the hours spent combing through your own child’s hair, it is never pleasant.


Hisdahl’s has had roots in White Bear since 1969, when it started out as one business with two separate categories. Keith Hisdahl, who studied graphic design at St.


Bob and Citty Scherman having fun in the British Virgin Islands.


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.


White Bear Lake’s favorite gifts and clothing store just opened their new shop for kids this past spring, and it’s called, yes, GoodKids.


As a mom, White Bear Lake High School alum Tanya Rodriques understands the importance of loving and believing in kids.