Shops & Business

First Presbyterian Church rummage sale

For the 115th year of their 155 years serving the White Bear area, First Presbyterian Church in White Bear Lake will be holding a spring rummage sale.

Bicycles have been popular for decades. Some may think the need for safe bicycle paths is a new movement, but, in fact, the matter was taken up before the village council at White Bear before the turn of the 20th century.

Billy McLaughlin and Katy Vernon took the stage at this fun, music-filled event that raised funds for the fourth-grade students to attend camp free of charge this summer.

Funky Chic Boutique and Missy’s Boutique & Consignment are two of White Bear Lake’s fabulous finds, perfect for gifts, new outfits and that special something to spruce up your space.

When Elishia Robson started working at Lakeside Floral in 2000, she fell in love with the floral industry and the community she had come to know.

Grocery stores have evolved over the decades from small, very local shops found on nearly every block, in every neighborhood, to supermarkets offering products and services of all kinds. The White Bear area has had many stores come and go over the years.

The frozen White Bear Lake was transformed into an icy golf course for the BEAR’ly Open golf tournament, which raises funds for the White Bear Lake Emergency Food Shelf. Visitors included St. Paul Winter Carnival royalty.

For the 29th year, the White Bear Lake Early Childhood Family Education (ECFE) PTA is hosting a fundraising garage sale at Otter Lake Elementary on April 18. The sale features items such as kids’ clothing, toys, books and movies, as well as maternity clothing for moms-to-be.

You could say Josh Stevenson was born to fish. Better yet, you might even say it was a natural calling.

Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue. Weddings are steeped in tradition, marrying elements of the past with the present. In 2009, Ashley Brooke Adamson-Pratt was helping her sister Danielle shop for a dress for her upcoming nuptials.

When asked how they first become interested in studying weather, many meteorologists cite a major childhood event, such as a tornado or hurricane.

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