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CONTACT: Mark Hinnenkamp
PHONE: 218-370-9013
DATE: 07/02/2015 07:04am

July basket classes in Tofte

JULY BASKET CLASSES AT THE TALL TALES SHOP IN TOFTE



CONTACT: maryjane huggins
PHONE: 2186637557
DATE: 07/01/2015 02:45pm

Creative Mapmaking at the Art Colony

Creative Mapmaking with Karina Cutler-Lake
Tuition: $150
Supply Fee: $22

Experience the ways creative mapmaking techniques, rooted in studio art and design practice, can help to represent and document our life experiences. Often inherent in this exploration is the idea of Place, a way of understanding the unique properties of our surroundings and our location within them. Karina will guide students in examining these topics through art making, reading, and discussion fortified with local exploration. Students will leave with several new creative techniques, as well as a collection of handmade maps that illustrate how they interact with place and time.

Other July Classes:

Shoot the Twilight with Bryan Hansel

July 11 | 6pm - 10pm
Tuition: $95

Golden Acrylics Technical Lecture with Bonnie Cutts

July 14 | FREE/registration required

Acrylic Marathon with Bonnie Cutts

July 15 - 17 | 9am - 4pm
Tuition: $285
Supply Fee: $44

Altered Books: Youth Class (for ages 10 - 16) with Kim Knutson

Wednesday, July 15 | Noon - 4pm (for ages 10 - 16)
Tuition: $35

Block Printing: Start to Finish with Kelly Dupre

July 18 - 19 & 20 | 9am - 4pm
Tuition: $150 | Supply Fee: $38

Crazy About Collages with Bonnie Cutts

July 18 - 19 | 9am - 4pm
Tuition: $190 | Supply Fee: $32

Fused Glass Jewelry with Gretchen Lisdahl

July 18 - 19 | 9am - 4pm
Tuition: $150 | Supply Fee: $77

Watercolor: Youth Class (for ages 6 - 12) with John Franz and David Hahn



CONTACT: Grand Marais Art Colony
PHONE: 218-387-2737
DATE: 06/30/2015 02:02pm

FISH Project

WOMEN AGE 16 TO 50 SIGN UP TODAY FOR THE FISH PROJECT

Project ending tomorrow or at 500 participants. 13 more participants needed to meet our goal of 500!

 Join the 487 women already enrolled in the project; find out your blood mercury and fatty acid levels and learn the recommendations for fish consumption.

Free and confidential - $50 VISA CARD UPON COMPLETION OF VISIT

Call Sawtooth Mountain Clinic: 387 2330 or Grand Portage Health Service: 475 2235

 



CONTACT: Joyce Klees
PHONE: 387 2330
DATE: 06/29/2015 07:52am

Carpenter Ant Migration

You just got up to the cabin and for the first time ever you are seeing lots of ants or you treated for them and they suddenly come back in force. You see ants carrying larvae and pupae into the cabin and its obvious something is happening.

You are likely seeing what is called "colony migration".. This occurs when conditions force an existing ant colony to either move or fragment. Conditions where excess moisture or the fact that the tree, containing a nest, 50 feet away from the cabin came down in a wind storm can cause the colony to flee their nest cavity and go elsewhere.. Why do they choose your cabin?  They do so because the foraging ants have, over the years, probably identified your cabin as a good place to find water, food and shelter. The phermone trails are already set down and when the colony moves (probably in the middle of the night), it follows the paths that lead to recources. 

What should you do when this happens?

Don't panic. The visible ants are the biggest issue at this point. Any damage of significance will take time to develop. Grab your phone and give us a call and let us take a look. We have an excellent and green system to get them out and do so without impacting other wildlife. Standard pesticides are not the answer here. Killing visible ants will not impact the source and only make them avoid the areas you spray, not leave your cabin. 

Carpenter ants are beneficial insects.. They are a significant part of the process of reduction of wood to soil and in concert with other wood destroying insects, keep our forest floor from piling up with dead trees. Woodpeckers feed on them, in some cases, almost exclusively.. We want them out there.. just not in our cabins.

Now if we can just control the black flies!! LOL

Bill and Katie.. North Shore Superior Pest Management 

 



CONTACT: North Shore Superior Pest Management
PHONE: 218-370-2323
DATE: 06/28/2015 08:13am