"Music from the Tip 'O the Arrowhead exhibit opens at Cook County Historical Society Museum SaturdayFri, 05/22/2015 - 4:13pm
The Cook County Historical Society will host an opening reception from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday, May 23 to welcome a new museum exhibit, Music from the Tip ’O the Arrowhead.
Musical traditions and destinations abound in Cook County, and the latest exhibit celebrates 100 years of dances, pow wows, concerts, and festivals. Follow the development of musical traditions from 1917 when the “outlaw” bridge border crossing allowed international gatherings… all the way to today’s music scene. Local venues and musicians are featured with photos, posters, and video.
You can learn about the various artists, bands, combos, and ensembles of the past. As part of this “growing” exhibit, residents are encouraged to add their own memories and memorabilia to the community music scrapbook, as well as play a tune on the exhibit’s electric piano!
The opening reception will feature live music and refreshments. The event is free. Call the museum, located at 8 S. Broadway, Grand Marais, at (218) 387-2883 for more information.
This local news is provided by Cook County News-Herald. Visit the community newspaper at www.cookcountynews-herald.com
Sydney's Frozen Custard - Live Music by Dance Addict on Saturday & Sunday, Memorial Day Weekend!
Dance Addict will play on Saturday 6-9 pm and Sunday 12-3
Indoor, outdoor, and rooftop seating.
We now have beer on tap and feature a few of Voyageur's beers!
We now serve breakfast from 7 am- 10 am which offers house made wood fired quiche, liege wafffles, crepes, and coffee.
Pizza, Custard & the rest of the menu Hours:
Tuesday ?stay posted for the last Tues of May?
Call to pick up an order for take out 218-387-2632.
DATE: 05/22/2015 03:48pm
"Make it OK" is a campaign to reduce the stigma of mental illness, promote open discussion, and encourage people to seek support when needed. WTIP’s Veronica Weadock spoke with Public Health Coordinator Joni Kristenson and Social Services Supervisor Grace Bushard of Public Health and Human Services. More information at 387-3620 or makeitok.org.
2 Continental Tires, "4x4 Contact" model, 225/60/17. In good shape with lots of tread. Free at the curb 217 3 Ave W. Grand Marais.
DATE: 05/22/2015 02:11pm
North Shore Hospital has 56 - 64 hours per pay period available for a Health Unit Coordinator.
Duties include working as a Registered Nursing Assistant, Health Unit Coordinator, Colonoscopy Cleaner and other duties as assigned by the Director of Nurses.
This is a day position that includes every other weekend and holidays. Starting wage is $16.11 per hour. To apply for this position please visit our website at:
Please complete the application and application inserts and send them in.
CONTACT: Michele Starkey
DATE: 05/22/2015 01:46pm
Job Openings with the City of Grand Marais:
PARK FACILITIES MANAGER:
This full-time, year round position directs, leads and performs park and recreationarea maintenance and up keep for all city-owned leisure & open space properties including: campground, city parks, marina & harbor, trails, ball fields & golf course.
Minimum requirements include:
- Ability to perform a variety of skilled maintenance activities
- Ability to operate park maintenance equipment
- High School diploma & three (3) years experience in maintenance/construction tradesw/some supervisory experience.
- Must possess a valid Minnesota Class D drivers license.
Starting salary: $17.11/hr. with benefits package to $19.01/hr. within 12 months.
SEASONAL PARK MAINTENANCE WORKER:
Responsibilities include: maintenance, upkeep and cleaning of facilities and grounds, camper and boater support and public relations.
Seasonal full and part-time positions, work schedule includes weekends and evening hours.
Starting pay is $12.34/hr.
For applications contact:
Applications and job descriptions are available at:
· by calling 218-387-1848
· Grand Marais City Hall
P.O. Box 600
Grand Marais, MN 55604
Applications accepted until the positions are filled
CONTACT: Dave Tersteeg
DATE: 05/22/2015 01:19pm