Coming soon

Community Book Read and MHS Musical - all ages!
Read the book My Love, My Love or The Peasant Girl by Rosa Guy. The tropical retelling of The Little Mermaid is a tragic love story, a modern fable exploring social status, skin color and more. The peasant girl on this tropical island uses the power of love to bring together people of different social classes.
Don't miss the all ages Mahtomedi High School musical
Once On This Island, based on the book.
Thursday-Saturday, Nov. 15-17 at 7 PM and Sunday, Nov. 18 at 2 PM.

Purchase tickets here:

Kramer-Berg American Legion Post 507
Pictures with Santa
Sunday, Dec. 2, 11 AM-2 PM  |  FREE!
District Education Center,
1520 Mahtomedi Ave.
Bring your family to this holiday event and have your picture taken with Santa Claus. Avoid the long lines at the mall and enjoy a sweet treat. No registration necessary. Event hosted by Kramer Berg American Legion Post 507 and Mahtomedi Community Education.

The Many Faces of the White Bear Lake Area
This series of events honors our legacy by introducing the people who inhabited the area around the lake over various periods of time. Honoring our past, understanding the present, and planning for the future.
Program presenter: White Bear Lake Area Historical Society.

Original People: Dakota and Ojibwe
Tuesday, Dec. 4, 10-11:30 AM, Mahtomedi

Changing Traditions: European Settlers
Wednesday, Jan. 23 - 6-7:30 PM, White Bear Lake
Tuesday, Feb. 5, 10-11:30 AM, Mahtomedi

Shifting Demographics: Baby Boom and Migration
Wednesday, April 3 – 6-7:30 PM, White Bear Lake
Tuesday, April 9, 10-11:30 AM, Mahtomedi

White Bear District Center Board Room
4855 Bloom Ave., White Bear Lake.
Light meal and childcare provided.
Event is free but registration required: call 651-407-7501 or register online at

Mahtomedi District Education Center
1520 Mahtomedi Ave., Mahtomedi
Event is free but registration required: call 651-407-2018 or online at

Partners include: Mahtomedi Public Schools, White Bear Lake Area Schools, White Bear Lake Historical Society, Greater White Bear Lake Community Foundation, WBL American Indian Parent Advisory, Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe, the cities of Birchwood Village, Dellwood, Hugo, Mahtomedi, White Bear Lake, White Bear Township, and Willernie.

Tree of Light and Remembrance Ceremony
Friday, Dec. 7, 6:30 PM
Veteran’s Memorial Park, Mahtomedi
Free to attend | $10 per light
Proceeds benefit the Mahtomedi Area Food Shelf

The Tree of Light and Remembrance is a way to cherish those who have gone before us, brighten the days of the terminally ill struggling to get through the holidays, or honor those who have inspired our lives. A tree in Triangle Park will be decorated with lights; each light will represent a loved one. Lights can be purchased through the St. Jude’s website, by contacting Michelle Stiepan at 651.395.5352 or , or by stopping by Mahtomedi Area Food Shelf at St. Jude. At your request, a postcard will be mailed to your loved one or family member acknowledging a light has been purchased in their name. The Tree of Light and Remembrance Committee is a partnership of St. Jude of the Lake Church, St. Andrew’s Lutheran Church, White Bear Unitarian Universalist Church, Wildwood Lions Club, White Bear Rotary, Kramer-Berg Post 507, the City of Mahtomedi, Mahtomedi Community Education, and area residents