Events and Meetings
Name of School Board: Cook County School District Board of Education
Date: Thursday, December 3, 2015
Time: 3:00 pm
Location: Jane Mianowski Conference Center, 101 West 5th Street, Grand Marais, MN
Notice of Purpose(s):
- Review, discuss, and take action on Certificates of Indebtedness and Volunteer Alpine Ski Coach
- Receive and discuss information from the School Board’s Attorney regarding school district Donation Practices
- Community input and facilitated discussion with the school board about administrative options for the 2016-2017 school year
- Review and discuss FY16 and FY17 budgets and potential reductions
CONTACT: Cara Price
DATE: 11/25/2015 12:07pm
Tonight and every Thursday at 5:15. Join us
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CONTACT: Brigette Nies
DATE: 11/24/2015 01:15pm
It's not too late to participate in the O Ole Night Parade! All are welcome - clubs and organizations, businesses and civic groups, etc. Line up for the parade begins at 3:30 in the municipal parking lot closest to the Senior Center. There will be cash prizes for Best Scandinavian Theme, Cutest Entry, and Best Holiday Spirit. Please contact Katie Willard at email@example.com to particpate. Thank you and we hope to see you there!
CONTACT: Katie Willard
DATE: 11/24/2015 11:45am
Benefits are the relief of chronic pain, anxiety, insomnia, low energy, allergies. Community Acupuncture is a low cost, efficient style of receiving acupuncture that is now available in Grand Marais. Sarah Wilson L.Ac., in practice for 24 years offers acupuncture Saturdays 9:30am to 12:30pm and Tuesdays between 3pm and 6pm. Feel free to walk in without making an appointment. More about Sarah go to sarahwilsonacupuncture. Located at Laurie Senty's Shiatsu and Massage Studio downtown across HWY 61 from the DQ and Java Moose Coffee Shop. Cost is $25.
CONTACT: sarah wilson
DATE: 11/21/2015 10:16am
Don't miss the opportunity for a FREE film workshop with film director Michel Poulette! The workshop is from 1-4 pm TODAY (Saturday), with free-will donations accepted to help cover Michel's travel costs. Just call North House at 387-9762 or stop by the bookstore at 12:30 to take part.
Sitting in the Director's Chair: Directing a Film with Michel Poulette Friday's Featured Film "Maina," an award-winning feature-length film tells the story of the first encounters between First Nations and Inuits, 600 years ago. On Saturday morning, Michel Poulette, the director, will host an intimate workshop and conversation about the making of his unusual film.
Michel, who is not First Nations, decided to produce Maina to more fully explore the long but not widely known history of pre-contact North America.
He approached Canadian Innus and Inuits with a unique proposal: they would become his cultural consultant and they will work in collaboration on the film. In accordance, Michel decided that every Innu and Inuit character would be played by a First Nation actor. The movie opened in competition at the Shanghai Film Festival and received 12 awards around the world. Michel will discuss the making on Maina but will also touch on a wider scope: the making of a feature-length film. He will discuss writing (how to structure an idea into a script) directing actors, promotion and more-if you've ever wondered what it might be like to sit in the director's chair for a major movie, here's your chance to find out!
CONTACT: North House Folk School
DATE: 11/21/2015 08:30am
Cook County Boys Basketball home games tonight. Come on out & cheer on the Vikings! Games start at 4:45 & 6:30. See you there!
CONTACT: Debbie Bakke
DATE: 11/20/2015 12:24pm