Events and Meetings

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Blue Zone Speaker Tony Buettner--TONIGHT

Don't miss out on this great opportunity!

Secrets of a Long Life Presented by BLUE ZONES speaker Tony Buettner

Tony is a part of the Blue Zones team and their National Geographic work
studying the places in the world where people commonly live to be over
one hundred years, and with good health.  Tony Buettner debunks the most
common myths and offers a science-backed blueprint for the average
American to live another 12 quality years. Join us as we look at key
ways to improve our communities health, happiness and longevity.

March 23, 2015      6:00pm           Arrowhead Center for the Arts        FREE, childcare available

Questions?  Call Amy or Kristin @ 387-2330 or email
amy@sawtoothmountainclinic.org
 



CONTACT: Amy
DATE: 03/23/2015 08:29am

TODAY: Dog Sled Small Talk, Johnson Heritage Post

Cook County Historical Society presents a SMALL TALK on Dog Sled History by Arleigh Jorgenson:2015 keynote speaker from the John Beargrease Sled Dog Race gala

WHEN: Saturday, March 21st at 4:00 p.m.

WHERE: JOHNSON HERITAGE POST ART GALLERY, 115 Wisconsin Street, Grand Marais

Questions: 387-2883 or history@boreal.org

Free and open to the public!

 



CONTACT: Cook County Historical Society
PHONE: 218-387-2883
DATE: 03/21/2015 01:35pm

Interest Meeting! All are welcome and encouraged to attend!

The Grand Marais Playhouse will hold a meeting for people interested in participating in the Grand Marais Summer Theater Festival. The meeting will be held January 22 at 7 PM at the Arrowhead Center for the Arts! All community members welcome! Come find out more!
Interested in participating in the Summer Theater Festival? Each year the Playhouse produces two shows (typically a comedy and a musical) that run in repertory on weekends from the middle of July to the middle of August. Actors and crew get a stipend of $400. This year rehearsals will begin in the winter at a casual pace and pick up steam as summer approaches but allows for more time off than if they began in the regular 5 week rehearsal scenario. Two shows under consideration for this summer are "I love you, Your Perfect, now change!" (http://www.rnh.com/show/51) and "Moon Over Buffalo" (http://www.samuelfrench.com/p/648/moon-over-buffalo-ludwig). Attendance at interest meeting will help determine show choice. These are only possibilities at the moment! Can we cast them? Will you commit in January to make these shows happen? Come find out more, share your voice, sign up to be part of the magic! For more information contact the Playhouse at playhouse@boreal.org or (218)387-1284 x 2.



CONTACT:
DATE: 01/20/2015 09:06am

CCHS Seniors' Night of the Notable and the Notorious January 12

The public is cordially invited to the 2015 “Night of the Notable and the Notorious” on Monday, January 12, at 7 p.m. in the Arrowhead Center for the Arts. As the culminating event of their College Writing class, students will face questioning about their research results in an open forum affectionately known as “The Night of the Notorious.” For the event, students argue from the viewpoints of well-known spokespersons in their fields of research. Staying in character becomes especially challenging for students whose own views might not match those of their characters. As always, lively audience participation makes this a popular community event. Donations help to support the students’ spring theater trip.

 

This year’s College Writing class has chosen the following research questions:

  • Should surrogacy be legal?--Britta Andress
  • Should raw milk be sold for human consumption?--Ashley Berglund
  • Why are some veterans not getting the medical care they need?--Richie Furlong
  • Why is youth homelessness increasing in Minnesota?--Danielle Hansen
  • How can poverty in Cook County be better prevented?--Emma Olfson
  • How much should public opinion shape community theater?--Brenna Hay
  • Should sulfide mining be permitted in the BWCA?--Carrie Palmer
  • Should the wolf hunt be continued?--Ava McMillan
  • What can be done to preserve the moose population in Minnesota?--Jami Sjogren
  • What ethical guidelines should govern neural implants?--Andrew Thompson
  • Should psychedelic drugs be used in psychotherapy?--Aubry Lewis
  • Is ADHD over-diagnosed in children?--Lauren Thompson
  • Should cell phones be allowed in schools?--Libby Zafft
  • Why are dance companies struggling?--Elizabeth O’Phelan and Morgan Mixdorf


CONTACT:
DATE: 01/06/2015 09:37am

12/4/14 School Board Special Meeting Agenda

Success for Each, Respect for All

 

The Cook County School District is committed to academic excellence.  We promote success for each student through high expectations and responsiveness to the individual student’s needs.

Our culture fosters respect for all members of the school community, recognizing and welcoming our diversity.  We provide a safe environment in which mental and physical health is a priority.

We honor collaboration with student, family, and community stakeholders in the educational process.  We work together to set and meet goals that will fulfill our vision.

In a mutual effort of vigilance we will monitor and adapt our performance.

JEANNE ANDERSON

School Board Chair

 SISSY LUNDE     

School Board Treasurer

 ED BOLSTAD

School Board Member

ANN SULLIVAN

School Board Member

DEBRA WHITE                   

School Board Clerk

BETH SCHWARZ

Superintendent

Cook County School District - ISD 166

School Board Agenda

December 4, 2014

Jane Mianowski Conference Center

2:00 P.M.

 

AGENDA

1.0      Call to Order

2.0      Recognition of Visitors             

3.0      Approve Meeting Agenda

4.0      Community Comments



CONTACT:
DATE: 12/04/2014 09:59am

LUNAFEST - presented by the Violence Prevention Center

LUNAFEST is November 8th at 7:00 pm at the Arrowhead Center for the Arts. Tickets $10.00 at the door.

The Violence Prevention Center is proud to present LUNAFEST for the fourth year here in Grand Marais! This year we have a selection of eight films that make for an evening of fun, thought, and appreciation for the women in our lives. Both women and men are welcome and we encourage you to spread the word and invite friends and family (films are suitable for ages 11-12 and up). For questions about the show please call (218) 387- 1262 or (218) 387-1237 or email us at hope4u@boreal.org!



CONTACT:
DATE: 10/30/2014 10:21am