The kids are back in school and it is a great day to indulge on one of our delicious made-from-scratch treats!
Turtles, Truffles, Peanut Butter Cups, Fudge and more!
Open 10-5pm 7 days a week
CONTACT: Gunflint Mercantile
DATE: 09/04/2014 10:08am
Menactra and Tdap Vaccines Available for 7-12th graders at ISD 166.
As part of a Public Health Emergency Preparedness exercise, Sawtooth Mountain Clinic will be running a vaccine clinic at ISD 166 on Sept. 17th from 9-11. Menactra and Tdap vaccines will be available at no cost to students who are due. A signed consent form will be required. Please contact Kay, school nurse, to inquire about consent forms.
Please contact Amy@sawtoothmountainclinic.org with general questions
or call any nurse at the clinic at 387-2330 to inquire about your child's immunization status.
Sponsored by: Cook County Public Health and Human Services and Sawtooth Mountain Clinic
DATE: 09/03/2014 03:01pm
Are you part of a small group or looking for a team building activity?
Think about participating in an Empty Bowls Make-a-Bowl session!
There are more than 100 families that use the local foodshelf every month. That is why, annually, the Art Colony supports the Empty Bowls Dinner, a community fundraiser to alleviate local hunger needs.
Make-a-Bowl for Empty Bowls | $5 per person | All ages and levels
Every Sunday, Sept. 14 - Oct. 12, 2014: 2 pm
Every Monday, Sept. 15 - Oct. 13, 2014: 7 pm
At the Art Colony Make-a-Bowl sessions, community members make one hand-built and one wheel-thrown bowl to donate to the dinner event. This is a great way to come together with neighbors and friends to ensure that others can have a hot meal on a cold fall evening as well. Pre-registration required.
Paint-a-Bowl | Sat., November 1, 2014 | 10 am - 2pm | $5
Come paint a pre-made bowl with glaze for the Empty Bowls Dinner.
No pre-registration required.
CONTACT: Grand Marais Art Colony
DATE: 09/03/2014 12:49pm
Check out the Art Colony Fall/Winter YOUTH CLASSES and register today!
The Art of Seeing: Developing a Visual Literacy | Hazel Belvo
September 13 | 10am - 11am | Johnson Heritage Post | Open to All Ages | $5 suggested donation
Develop your art appreciation skills and come out to view the Plein Air Grand Marais Exhibit at the Johnson Heritage Post with Hazel Belvo. Hazel will facilitate a group conversation and reflection on the exhibit while guiding participants in ways to interact with and respond to artwork.
Wire Wrapped Jewelry | Kim Knutson
September 19 | 10am – 2:30pm | Tuition: $40
Kim will guide students in learning about the tools, materials, and techniques used to create earrings, neck pieces, bracelets, and rings that friends will oooh and aaaah over. Students are invited to bring any of their own stones or beads as they learn to create unique jewelry from fantastic finds. For ages 9 – 12.
Drawing | Grandpa David Hahn and John Franz
September 29 – October 13 | 3 Mondays | 4 – 5pm | Tuition: $20
Students will learn the basics of drawing as David and John use still life to teach a variety of techniques including 3-D, realism, and landscape. Drawing is the foundation of all art media, so jump-in and build skills that will last a lifetime. For ages 6 – 8.
Design Your Skateboard Deck | Mike Swindlehurst
September 30, Oct 7 & 14 | 3 Tuesdays | 4pm – 6pm
CONTACT: Grand Marais Art Colony
DATE: 09/02/2014 01:58pm
Health Care Directives, sometimes called advanced directives, are legal documents that describe your healthcare wishes should you become unable to communicate your decisions. It provides peace of mind for you and your loved ones when confronted with end-of-life health care decisions as well as appoints a health care agent (substitute decision maker) to make treatment decisions on your behalf if necessary. Cook County North Shore Hospital and Care Center can assist you with the creation of a directive or help update your existing directive. Contact Hilja at 387-3261.
CONTACT: Michele Starkey
DATE: 09/02/2014 10:28am
Join friends and neighbors to celebrate new work of gifted local composer/guitarist Briand Morrison!
Briand Morrison's Blues Galaxy - CD Release Concert
September 20 - 7:30 PM
Arrowhead Center for the Arts, 51 W. 5th St. Grand Marais
Tickets $10 adults, $5 youth (18 & under) For sale in advance (no fees) at http://arrowheadcenterforthearts.tix.com or at door (box office opens 6:30 PM)
Guitarist and composer BRIAND MORRISON of Grand Portage, MN, through funding from the MN State Arts Board and partnership with the North Shore Music Association, composed twelve original jazz, rock, and blues numbers for guitar and an array of backing instruments and vocals. Having recorded this material at his studio with several other regional musicians and produced a full-length album, Morrison will release his CD at a concert featuring him and many musician friends.
Morrison was inspired to play to jazz guitar as a young teenager, when he heard Joe Pass play on the album Portraits of Duke Ellington. "I couldn't believe my ears," he says. "Jazz, I thought, really can be played on guitar." Also influenced by Tal Farlo, Kenny Burrell, D'Jango Reinhardt, John McLaughlin, George Benson, Pat Martino, Steve Kahn, John Abercrombie, and his all-time favorite, Wes Montgomery, he wanted to study guitar seriously.
He began studying with Dave Pederson at the West Bank School of Music in Minneapolis, learning technique and theory. After studying for two years with Pederson, Morrison was hired, at sixteen years old, by the West Bank School of Music as a rock guitar teacher. His special skill, he says, "was the ability to learn, transcribe, and teach a song to a student in one half-hour lesson."
CONTACT: North Shore Music Association
DATE: 09/02/2014 10:05am