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North Country Fiddle & Dance Community Dance

This is the last dance until Fall

Saturday May 18, 7:30 to 10:00

North Country Fiddle and Dance Community Dance

calling by Jeanne O’Neil, live music, reels, squares, contras, circles and more…

East Grand Forks Senior Center, 538 Rhinehart drive S.E., East Grand Forks 

Bring your friends!

Free-will Donations at the door. All ages welcome!

for more info: northcountrydance.org

Photography Classes

Intro to Photography

May 4 from 10 am -1 pm at Sweetlight Gallery in Crookston

This is a beginners photography class about the basics of using a digital SLR or mirrorless camera. The cost is Adults $40, $20 for Students 7th grade through college. No children please.

Additional topics introduced:
Lenses, Shutter speeds, f-stops, ISO, basic composition, Auto features vs “semi-auto”, camera care and more.

Intermediate Photography

May 11 from 9am -12pm at Sweetlight Gallery in Crookston

Sweetlight Gallery by Andy Hall

If you took the Intro to Photography class and are ready to take the next step, then this class is for you. However, it is also open to anyone provided you have a basic understanding of the use of your camera. Andy will build on the concepts from the Intro Class and also review and expand on shutter speed, aperture, ISO, the exposure triangle and more composition ideas. This class is limited to 10 students. The cost is $40 for adults and $20 for Students 7th grade through college.

To register, call Andy at 612-269-3601.

A Creative Investment, Celebrating 10 Years of Legacy Art and Impact

The Saint Paul Art Crawl opens this Friday, April 26, and the Minnesota State Arts Board in partnership with the Regional Art Councils is proud to present, A Creative Investment, Celebrating 10 Years of Legacy Art and Impact. The exhibition highlights the breadth of arts engagement, featuring works by all ages – kindergartners to older adults – and all abilities, all supported by the state’s arts and cultural heritage fund. Thirty-five grantees, from 30 communities from around the state, with nearly 100 art pieces (painting, mosaics, textiles, pottery, sculpture, photography) are featured.  Its theme is that all Minnesotans are creative, and all benefit from the arts. 

There is an opening reception this Friday at 7:00 p.m. at the Arts Board.  In addition, the exhibition is on the website. Works are categorized by community. Works from our region include the Badger Community Wall, In Progress –Fresh Voices from Crookston, and nine canvases from the We Are Water workshops.

To learn more visit: www.arts.state.mn.us