Events and Meetings
Northland Wonders is the theme for the flower show to be held July 17 at the community center.
The Grand Marais Garden Club will host the show on Friday from noon-5:00pm.
Come and enjoy the silver tea and view the creative floral arrangements. Admission is free.
Garden club members will bring cuttings from their gardens to sell for a donation. If you bring
one cutting you can take one free.
CONTACT: Renee' Larsen
DATE: 06/15/2015 10:01pm
Please come help with maintenance at the Wildflower Sanctuary tomorrow (Sunday) at 10 a.m. Lots of pretty early bloomers! Up the Gulflint Trail, just before Hedstrom's Mill. Enter from County Road 60. Bring your gloves, bugnets, and hand tools to weed. Your help is welcome anytime, but tomorrow is a chance to enjoy and work with others. Questions, call Chris at 370-0312.
CONTACT: Anne Hegg
DATE: 06/13/2015 08:54pm
Dance to local '70's tribute band Earth Wind & Todd. Joining the band for the evening will be Amy Varga, Amanda Hand, John Mianowski, Tim Dahlin and Todd Miller. Cheers!
CONTACT: Todd Miller
DATE: 06/12/2015 07:04pm
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 will be offering acupuncture Saturdays between 9:30am and 12:30pm and Tuesdays between 3:00pm and 7:00pm. Treating health issues such as chronic pain, stress, insomnia, increasing immunity and energy and a ton of other health problems people deal with. Feel free to walk in without making an appointment, come in anytime before 6:30pm. 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: 06/12/2015 05:28pm
I wanted to let you know that a member of my staff, Mark Privratsky, will be in your town on June 18 for a "Congress Comes to You" meeting. If you're having a problem with a federal agency or program like Medicare, Social Security or Vets Benefits, we want to help. If you have an idea or an opinion on an issue before Congress, we want to hear it. Congress Comes to You will be taking place at your Senior Center in Grand Marais on Thursday, June 18.
Cook County Senior Center, 10 Broadway – 12:45-1:45pm
If you have any questions, please feel free to call my Duluth office at 218-464-5095.
Thank you in advance for stopping by!
I encourage you to follow me on Facebook and Twitter and visit my website at nolan.house.gov to receive daily updates.
Richard M. Nolan
Member of Congress
CONTACT: Bev Green
DATE: 06/12/2015 03:20pm
POSTPONED: Winston Churchill and "Their Finest Hour" 75 years later Presentation by Dr. Karen Halbersleben
Please note the Winston Churchill presentation has been postponed until August due to a family emergency that has come up. If you have registered for the presentation we will be moving your reservation to the August (likely the 12th or 13th) date. If you will be needing a refund instead please let us know. We are sorry for the inconvenience. 218-387-3411 or email@example.com if you have questions.
Cook County Higher Education is honored to feature Dr. Karen Halbersleben, who will present “Winston Churchill: the Man and the Myth” on Thursday, June 18th, from 7 – 8:30 p.m. at Cook County Higher Education. This talk is a reprise of the talk Karen gave three years ago (it does not seem that long ago). If you missed that event, you will want to attend this one. If you attended in 2012, you will want to listen again! There is a $10 fee to attend with RSVP and $15 dollars at the door! Early registration is strongly recommended to assure you have a place. We are limiting the seating to avoid overheating the room.
"We shall never surrender." "Their finest hour...". The words and the leadership of Winston Churchill continue to fascinate Americans 50 years after his death, and June 18th, 2015 is the 75th anniversary of Churchill’s “Finest Hour” speech.
CONTACT: Cook County Higher Education
DATE: 06/11/2015 03:48pm