Area residents put up Spooky Halloween decorations in their yards and a Halloween Moon Party, with small, scheduled groups, was held as an alternative to the traditional Trick-or-Treat event at Tamarack Nature Center on the Saturday prior to Halloween. — Photos by Paul Dols
A wide variety of vehicles, ranging from muscle cars and Corvettes to luxury sedans from the 1930s, were on display during the inaugural Classic Car Show at 7 Vines Vineyard in June. A repeat of the well-attended event is planned for July. — Photos by Paul Dols
Despite a pessimistic weekend weather forecast, a group of hardy residents — who dressed appropriately for the snowy and increasingly windy conditions — ventured outside for some fun activities on the hills and trails at Tamarack Nature Center located in White Bear Township. — Photos by Paul Dols
The White Bear Lake Fire Department Open House was held Tuesday evening, October 1 at station 2 on the south side. The event featured a variety of interactive displays and presentations including a video game designed to test the fire extinguishing skills of participants. — Photos by Paul Dols
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…
Area residents participating in the 7th annual Gloria’s Shortest Marathon benefit for the White Bear Area Emergency Food Shelf chose a variety of paces as they made the one block journey down Bald Eagle Boulevard Saturday morning, Sept. 29. Before the start of the race, the runners and walke…