Park Grove Library Changes

The Park Grove Library in Cottage Grove, Minnesota has been undergoing some changes lately. Check out what library staff has been up to.
This is the 15 Year Anniversary of the Canadian Pacific Holiday Train Stopping in Cottage Grove. All cash and donations of personal care items collected at the stop go directly to the Friends in Need Food Shelf; serving the residents of Cottage Grove, Grey Cloud Island, Newport and St. Paul Park.

Every year the Rath's family decorates their old family home for the holidays.

The Heritage House was built in 1870 and is one of the oldest structures still in Woodbury. It was converted to a museum by the Woodbury Heritage Society and is open to the public.

On December 10, 2018, the Canadian Pacific Holiday Train made its annual stop to Cottage Grove. Check out this 360º video of The Trews and Willy Porter performing Run, Run, Rudolph.

12/14/18 Weekly Wire –
- Woodbury Public Service Appreciation Event
- Newport Library and Community Center Ornament Making
- SWCTC Holiday Greetings
- Duck Donuts Opening
- Keep Fire Hydrants Clear
- Keep Sidewalks Clear
- Wayne Johnson Interview
- Cottage Grove Chamber of Commerce Informational Meeting
- Woodbury and Spring Recreation programs in Woodbury
- 2018 Holiday Train
- Thin Ice at Battle Creek and Colby Lakes
- Cottage Grove Parking Ban

12/07/18 Weekly Wire –
- Cottage Grove Holiday Lights Winner
- Photos with Santa
- Cottage Grove City Council Application
- 3rd Act Brewery Opening
- Breakfast with Santa
- Sensory Event with Santa
- Rustic Floral Boutique Opening
- HealthEast Sports Center Holiday Open Skate
- Woodbury City Council Budget Meeting
- Heritage House
- Holiday Train
- New member of SWCTC

In this 360º video, Officer Jeff Rydeen gives some tips to help you prevent package theft.

Join Mayor Bailey and owner Cori Laska as Rustic Floral Boutique opens in Cottage Grove.

This is a parody of the hit TV game show “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire”. The theme for this video is the 2019 Cottage Grove Budget.

11/30/18 Weekly Wire -
- Fire on Newport and St. paul Park Border
- Cottage Grove City Council Applications
- Woodbury Exciting City Coucil Event
- Mrs. Claus Event
- The Ted Foss Move Over Law
- Famer’s Market in Newport Meeting
- Cottage Grove Tree Lighting
- Woodbury New Year’s Eve Celebration
- Holiday Train Interview
- Woodbury Car Seat Clinic
- Koins for K9s Collection

Interim City Administrator Jennifer Levitt and Council Member Dave Thiede talk about the latest presentations from this months City Council Meetings.

Interim City Administrator Jennifer Levitt and Council Member Dave Thiede talk about the Pilot Facade Improvement Program

Interim City Administrator Jennifer Levitt and Council Member Dave Thiede talk about the Pilot Facade Improvement Program

November 2018 Interim City Administrator Jennifer Levitt and Council Member Dave Thiede discuss the 2018 election results.

November 2018 Interim City Administrator Jennifer Levitt and Council Member Dave Thiede talk about an expansion at Menards.

November 2018 Interim City Administrator Jennifer Levitt and Council Member Dave Thiede discuss the 2018 election results.

November 2018 Interim City Administrator Jennifer Levitt and Council Member Dave Thiede talk about an expansion at Menards.

November 2018: We learn about the Woodbury EMS Department & train in CPR See how to become a Woodbury Fire Explorer Meet a woman who was saved by Woodbury EMS Take a tour of the new 3rd Act Craft Brewery Woodbury Update and the Rec Zone

11/23/18 Weekly Wire –
- Holiday Train
- 3rd Act Brewery Opening
- Woodbury Winter Wonderland
- Volunteering for a City Commission or Committee
- Woodbury Parks and Rec Winter Brochure
- Woodbury’s Citizens Academy
- St. Paul Park Holiday Lights Contest
- Woodbury city loan and incentive program
- Cottage Grove Winter Lights and Decoration Contest

SWCTC’s mission is to connect people with the information and stories of their hometown through passionate work. Our professional team strives to provide value to the communities we serve.

Officer Jeff Rydeen from the Cottage Grove Police Department talks about the Move Over Law and what the yellow lights on the rear of an emergency vehicle mean for approaching motorists.

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