Traditional early autumn events offered a sampling of sweet treats, including freshly picked sweet corn at the St. Jude of the Lake Corn Fest and a variety of candy tossed out to the children watching the 10th Annual Grant Heritage Days Tractor Parade.
The annual Manitou Days celebration kicked off with a parade in downtown White Bear Lake, followed by a beach dance Friday, June 14. The summertime festival continues with a series of community events, culminating on the 4th of July. — Photos by Paul Dols
An American Indian Honoring Ceremony was held Saturday, June 1 at Lakewood Hills Park in White Bear Lake. It was the third year of the White Bear Lake — Indian Education Program ceremony honoring students and families who self-identify as being American Indian. For the 2018 – 2019 school yea…
Jason Brown uses the S.S. Minnow to break up ice in White Bear Lake’s Commercial Bay last week. Ice threatened the city’s new docks in front of Boatworks Commons so Brown, who manages the marina, powered the trusty steel-hulled boat through the frozen water. — Video by Carter Johnson
White Bear Lake Area High School Theatre students combine catchy songs by ABBA, fancy footwork and even audience participation in their production of Mamma Mia! The Musical. — Video by Paul Dols