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EDEN PRAIRIE — “Why Treaties Matter: Self-Government in the Dakota and Ojibwe Nations,” a traveling exhibit that explores Native nations in Minnesota and their history of treaty making in the U.S., is on view for the second time in less than a year at Eden Prairie High School’s Performing Arts Center in Eden Prairie.
BEMIDJI — The National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Upper Midwest Chapter will have a Walk MS: Bemidji event at 10 a.m. Sunday at the Gillett Recreation Center at Bemidji State University. More than 220 walkers are expected to attend and help raise nearly $32,000.
BEMIDJI – Project 515’s mission aims to ensure same-sex couples and their families have equal rights and considerations under Minnesota law. "515 – The Tour" is a 45-minute theatrical representation of challenges faced by same-sex couples in Minnesota based on their inability to marry. It will be performed twice Wednesday in Bemidji, first at noon in the Beaux Arts Ballroom on the Bemidji State University campus, and then at 7:30 p.m. at the Historic Chief Theater. Both performances are free.
BEMIDJI – The cast members of the film “Profile of a Killer,” Emily Fradenburgh and Dustin Booth, will be unable to attend the film event this evening at the Bemidji Theater due to weather conditions. The production crew is working to reschedule their appearance.
BEMIDJI – Local painter Paula J. Swenson is offering a painting workshop titled Painting to Understanding – Translating Ideas into Paint. The workshop will focus on the creative process from conception to implementation and from a completion of a painting to its exhibit. There will be five sessions and participants will have their work shown in a May exhibit at the Wild Hare Bistro and Coffeehouse.
Stabbing lands one in hospital, one in jail PINE RIVER – A 49-year-old man was arrested following a stabbing Sunday in rural Pine River, the Cass County Sheriff’s Office said in a news release Monday.
Over 1,600 people attended the Lord of the Dance at the Sanford Center Feb. 24.
By Amy Borgman email@example.com BEMIDJI — The auditorium buzzed with excitement Thursday as seventh- and eighth-graders displayed their best work at the 27th annual Bemidji Middle School Science Fair.
I jumped into a frozen lake I never imagined I would jump into a frozen lake, with my boyfriend’s mom, Gege, in frigid northern Minnesota temperatures. This morning I did just that. I started working at the Pioneer in the beginning of December. No, this wasn’t some type of “haze the new girl” assignment or anything.
BEMIDJI – Tonight's Second Saturday Art Gala at the Rail River Folk School has been canceled due to weather conditions. For details, email firstname.lastname@example.org .