The Clover Valley Farmers’ Market got back into full swing last weekend—setting the stage for another season with new managers during its annual two-day Easter Market.
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< *c>Piano program
< *c>Tuesday, April 25
< *c>Morning session
•Piano Solo, Sonata or Sonatina (Grade 7)—1. Laura Busch (“Sonatina, Op. 55, No. 3, 1st Movement“) 2. Jaclyn Hart (“Sonata in D Major”)
•Piano Solo (Grade 8, Own Choice)—1. Natalie Lundon (“In the Evening”) 2. Jenilee Korzinski (“Song of the Waterfall”)
Dancers at the Fort Dance Studio took their Al Gilbert Tap and Jazz exams April 16 at the Northwestern Ontario Dance Centre in Thunder Bay.
They also participated in workshops the previous day.
The following are the exam results:
< *c>Grade 1 Tap
•Katie Blais (100)
•Jazmine Gauthier (100)
< *c>Grade 2 Tap
Beta Sigma Phi did a final tally last night on proceeds netted at its “A Stroll Through the Century” fashion show April 15, and will present $3,500 to the Fort Frances Museum.
The presentation will be made next week during the sorority’s annual Founder’s Day banquet at the Red Dog Inn.
Now only two days away, Jennifer Mercer is confident the inaugural ManOMin watershed conference here should go off without a hitch.
“I’m very calm about it now,” said the event’s organizer, who also works as a biologist with Rainy River First Nation’s watershed project.
Two members of the First Nations National Accountability Coalition will be talking about on how bands are not ready for self-government at a special presentation here Friday.
Speaking at the United Native Friendship Centre starting at 7 p.m., Leona Freed and Jo Ann Longclaws will discuss corruption on reserves as well as voting rights for on- and off-reserve band members.
It pays to play.
It’s an adage Mike Asplund of Fort Frances certainly would agree with after winning $100,000 (U.S.) in the Minnesota Powerball lottery last Wednesday.
Asplund, owner of Sparky’s Confectionary on Second Street East, found out about his windfall Thursday while sitting in the bar at the Holiday Inn in International Falls.
As Heather Ash and Melissa Gunsolus prepare for a women’s exhibition hockey series in Blaine, Mn. next month, it could very well be the most important games of their young careers.
The title of this article may be confusing to some readers. It is, however, a meaningful phrase to my eighth-grade class.
The portfolio is basically a deliberate, specific collection of the student’s work from the curricular areas of study. It gives students an opportunity to demonstrate their skills, reflect upon them, and set goals for the future.
The atmosphere definitely was relaxed and casual when the Russ Peterson Trio took to the Border Concert stage April 7 at Backus Auditorium in International Falls.
Pinch-hitting at the last moment for the ailing Daryle Ryce, Peterson—accompanied by cousin, Linda, on piano and son, Damon, on drums—staged an intimate, cabaret style show aptly titled “Family Ties.”