Local band BUGHOUSE! will perform tonight on the rooftop bar at the Gun Flint Tavern, from 6:30-9:30 pm.
BUGHOUSE! features Rod "Little Daddy" Dockan, Al "The Iron Finn" Oikari, and drummer Derek Smith, of local band Cook County's Most Wanted, joined by bass player John "Bing" Mianowski.
DATE: 09/01/2014 04:08pm
Chuck's Barber Shop will be closed all day on Friday, Sept 5th.
CONTACT: Gunflint Mercantile
DATE: 09/01/2014 03:27pm
Beautiful acrylic prints 12" X 16" framed featuring some of the Midwest's best wildlife artists including Andrew Kiss, Jim Hansel, Terry Doubty, Cinthie Fischer, Mary Pettis, and more...
Time to fill up those empty spaces on your walls with some timeless wildlife art. Reg. $30.
Now for a limited time $19.95 or 2 for $35. Hours 9 to 5pm at Bear Track Outfitting Co.
2011 W. Highway 61 (across from the miniature golf in Grand Marais).
CONTACT: Cathi Williams
DATE: 09/01/2014 03:04pm
JUST ARRIVED - KODAK PICTURE KIOSK FOR ALL YOUR PHOTO NEEDS!
Print Pictures From Your I-Phone or Android Device - Camera - Other Electronics
ENJOY GREAT PICTURES AT A REASONABLE PRICE!
Touch Screen Makes It Easy and FAST!
STOP IN TODAY AT GRAND MARAIS PHARMACY AND SEE WHAT IS NEW!
425 W Highway 61 - Grand Marais
Call Pharmacist Bob @ 218-387-2110 For All Your Prescription Needs!
"Our Attitude About The Little Things Sets Us Apart!
CONTACT: Bob Sample
DATE: 09/01/2014 02:41pm
Cartoonist Bill Barnes will share his writing, drawing and publishing expertise with the Grand Marais Public Library and its visitors from 6 to 8 p.m. Sept. 4.
Making comic strips might just be the most fun job in the world, and thanks to the Internet it's easier than ever to put your work in front of potential readers. In this two-hour program, veteran cartoonist Bill Barnes (Unshelved, Not Invented Here) will show you how to make comic strips, publish them on the web, and maybe make some money too.
The first hour, The Basics of Cartooning, is a fast and fun workshop for middle schoolers through adult, covering every step in creating a comic strip: creating memorable characters, writing dialog, lettering, pencilling, inking, and coloring. The second hour, The Technology and Business of Cartooning, is oriented towards mature teens and adults. Bill describes how he uses computers to create and publish comic strips to the Internet, and describes how he makes money doing it.
Join us for either or both hours to hone your skills, or just enjoy the journey of a published cartoonist. For more information contact the library at (218) 387-1140.