Tickets still are available for the upcoming dinner and vintage fashion show fundraiser that will be vital to the future of the new Fort Frances Women's Centre.
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The International Falls Autism Support Group is hosting its annual National Autism Awareness Day Walk this Saturday, April 7—and is urging parents and children from both sides of the border to take part.
The walk begins at noon behind Ronning's in International Falls, with a carnival immediately afterwards at the Union Hall (509 Third St.)
WordPow! Workshop, in partnership with the Backus Community Center in International Falls, will hold writing workshops April 10, 12, and 17 from 1-3:30 p.m. in Room 103.
Registration of $45 (U.S.) is due by April 6, with the class limit being 10.
Over many years that Kate Miller has led group processes and workshops, she has witnessed powerful moments.
Which local musicians would you like to see performing on the Rainy Lake Square stage this spring and summer?
Now's your chance to have your say.
An online public survey was launched yesterday to determine performers for two of the five concert dates in the “Rainy Lake Series” that will showcase a combination of local and touring performers at the new Rainy Lake Square here.
While preventing drug use is ideal, it's not always an achievable goal. For individuals with an existing drug dependency, the Northwestern Health Unit (NWHU) is offering harm reduction services.
The local Kiwanis Club and The Shops on Scott (BIA) are gearing up for the fifth-annual “Egg-Stravaganza” event in downtown Fort Frances.
The event, which sees children come to the Rainy Lake Square, get a map of participating businesses, and then go to each one to collect Easter candy, is slated for this Saturday (March 31) from 11 a.m.-1 p.m.
A lifelong dream has come true for a local poet and writer.
Joelle Barron, who now lives in the traditional territory of the Anishinaabe of Treaty 3 (Kenora), recently had their first collection of poetry, “Ritual Lights," published by Goose Lane Editions. (Barron prefers the use of the gender-neutral pronoun "they” used hereafter.)
Local bars and restaurants will be able to serve alcohol at the Rainy Lake Square this year.
Council endorsed guidelines for usage of the Rainy Lake Square at their meeting here Monday evening.
The Special Events Committee of Riverside Foundation for Health Care is looking forward to once again hosting its annual spring luncheon.
The event will take place on Sunday, April 29 from 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m. at the Robert Moore School gymnasium.
An Anishinaabe engagement session is coming to Fort Frances for those looking to learn more about treaty relationships, shared lands, and Anishinaabe history.