Navigating The Weather – Rescheduled Exhibit Reception

 I feel like a bit of a hypocrite, in last week’s blog I encouraged everyone to “get-over” winter, brave the elements and get to the reception last Thursday, only to panic and cancel/postpone the event on Thursday morning. I made the decision and I apologize to anyone who didn’t get the word and “braved” the…
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Warm Up With Us Thursday Night!

Don’t let the cold keep you away. Thursday night at 5:30 (January 12) The Arts Center welcomes anyone interested in local history to the opening reception for Women Behind the Plow. Yes, the forecast says to expect below zero temperatures but, lets face it, we can’t just hold up inside and hibernate! I think of…
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Blizzards, Country Living And Strong Women

I know many of you are interested in local history, particularly stories about the Germans from Russia. While we were experiencing the blizzard this week I received an email that I’d like to share. The email was a post from the blog, Das Gute Essen, written by Sue B. Balcom. Working in concert with the Tri-County…
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New Administration~Funding For The Arts

What’s in store for the future of Arts funding now that we have a new administration in Washington? Right now we don’t really know. However to get some insight I looked to the Americans For the Arts website and the comments of Robert L. Lynch is president and CEO of Americans for the Arts. You can…
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Powerful Words

The current Arts Center exhibit isn’t easy…its raw, its difficult and its disturbing.  North Dakota’s Native Peoples share their stories and much of it is heart wrenching. It’s the kind of art makes you think, maybe it even keeps you up at night. Spending time, reading the words of these 16 people left me with much empathy. The…
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