Easter Candy at Gunflint Mercantile!

Stop in and check out our yummy (and almost too cute to eat!) Easter goodies!!!!

Chocolate Dipped Oreos in the form of Easter Chicks and Bunnies, chocolate bunny pops, truffles

Open 10-5pm
(closed on Tues. & Wed)



CONTACT: Gunflint Mercantile
PHONE: 387-9228
DATE: 03/28/2015 12:37pm

Devils Track Nordic Spring Skiing Sale

Devils Track Nordic Spring Skiing Sale – Cross-country ski packages are 40% off (skis, boots, bindings, poles) this weekend! Our older rental ski packages are 50% off! Super Savings on all XC Cross-country ski clothing is 50% off - jackets, pants, vests, thermal wear, hats and long underwear! If you're looking for wax or waxing supplies - save 40% on purchases over $125. This weekends hours: Saturday from 11 am to 4 pm and Sunday from 11:30 am to 3:30 pm.

We are located at 922 Gunflint Trail, Grand Marais, MN 2 1/2 miles up from Grand Marais or about 1/3 up from Pincushion on the right.



CONTACT: Dave
PHONE: 387-3373
DATE: 03/28/2015 11:27am

Striping coming to Gunflint Trail this summer

Sat, 03/28/2015 - 11:19am

County Highway Engineer Dave Betts told commissioners that the striping project for the Gunflint Trail would be done this summer. It will end at Cross River, about 48 miles up the trail. It was supposed to be done last year but Betts said the county couldn’t get the reflective paint it needed.

At the Tuesday, March 24 board meeting, Betts said the paint will cost $350,000 to $400,000 and was in the budget last year. 

Betts also told commissioners that two lights would be installed on the four corners intersection of County Road 8 and County Road 12 (Devil Track Road). He said LED lights will be installed and the light poles should be shorter than the tree line, keeping the light as muted as possible while still being effective for drivers.

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Film screening of "To Light a Candle" at First Congregational Church

Sat, 03/28/2015 - 11:16am

 

To Light A Candle–a film about the Baha'is in Iran defying religious persecution through non-violent resistance and educating their youth—will be shown at the First Congregational Church in Grand Marais at 12:30 p.m. on Sunday, March 29, 2015. 

The Baha'is are a religious minority in Iran. They are systematically imprisoned, tortured and killed by the Iranian government. The Islamic regime bans the Baha'is to study or teach in Iranian universities.

But the Baha'is do teach, and they do study. Since 1987 the Baha'is started the Bahá'í Institute for Higher Education, an underground university with hundreds of students in Iran, and dozens of teachers in Iran and around the world.

Through powerful interviews, exclusive secret footage shot by citizen journalists, rare archival material and dramatic letters written by a Baha'i prisoners currently in jail in Iran, To Light a Candle shows how a small minority has defied the brutal systematic religious persecution through non-violent resistance and educating their youth.

The film by Maziar Bahari premiered at Stanford University in May 2014. To learn more about the film or the cause of the Baha’is, visit the website: www.educationisnotacrime.me.

The film screening is free and open to the public. The church is located at 300 West 2nd Street in Grand Marais.

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Ltd Edition Print - Virginia, Mn Train Station, Linda Naughton

$135.00 framed. In good shape save for a small chip in the finish on one corner. Around 21 X 18 inches. Number 7 out of 82.  Please call or email in afternoons or evenings.



CONTACT: Gregory Gailen
PHONE: 952 657 4995
DATE: 03/27/2015 11:34pm

Joynes - Winter Blowout Sale! 25% Off Winter Clothing and Footwear in our Winter Sale Aisles. Includes already reduced items!

We are 25% of the way through 2015.  So...to celebrate, we're taking 25% OFF Winter Clothing and Footwear in our designated Winter Sale Aisles!  What about items already on sale?....take the 25% discount on those items, too!  Stock up for next year or just be prepared for when the wind comes off the lake.  Help us move out the Winter products so we can fill the shelves with all the cool new Summer gear!



CONTACT: Joynes Department Store and Ben Franklin
PHONE: 218-387-2233
DATE: 03/27/2015 10:06pm