Local Events & Announcements

Dog Park now open in Grand Marais

Where: 
Gunflint Horse Arena, Grand Marais

The new dog park located at the Gunflint Horse Arena is now open. The park provides a fenced in space that allows well behaved dogs to be off leash safe from traffic, predators, and traps, while socializing with other dogs. The dog park is located near the corner of the "old" Gunflint Trail and the "new" Gunflint Trail, just north of the Recycling Center in Grand Marais. Open “dog parties” are held every Wednesday afternoons from 3:30 to 5:30 and Sunday afternoons from 3 until 5.  More information about the Gunflint Dog Park is available online at godognorthshore.org.

Sugarloaf Cove Nature Center

Who: 
Sugarloaf: The North Shore Stewardship Association
Where: 
Sugarloaf Cove Nature Center, SW of Schroeder

Sugarloaf Cove southwest of Schroeder is a 35-acre preserved site, including a 7.5-acre Minnesota Scientific and Natural Area, open to the public. Trails are open from dawn to dusk year-round. The Sugarloaf Cove Nature Center is closed during the winter except for occasional public programs.

Sugarloaf Cove is located approximately six miles southwest of Schroeder, at mile 73.3, 9096 Hwy 61. More information about programs and events and registration are available from Molly Thompson at molly@sugarloafnorthshore.org, by phone at 218-525-0001, and on the website, www.sugarloafnorthshore.org.

Care Partners seeks “Senior Rides” volunteers

Who: 
Care Partners of Cook County

Care Partners of Cook County is seeking volunteers for their “Senior Rides” program. The volunteers will provide rides for those 60 and older to out of county medical, dental, and eye appointments. In addition, Senior Rides will offer rides within Cook County for medical appointments, as well as wellness and social activities. Volunteers will be reimbursed for mileage.
 
More information is available from Debi LaMusga at 387-3788 or by email at seniorrides@boreal.org.

Cook County Community Education classes & events

Cook County Community Education hosts a variety of classes and events for youth and adults.

More information and class registration are available from Community Education at 387-2000 ext. 616, by email at comed@isd166.k12.mn.us, or on the website, www.cookcountyschools.org/cookcounty/cmed. The office is located in the YMCA. Office hours are 7:30 am to 4 pm Monday-Thursday. 

Drury Lane Books Events

Where: 
Drury Lane Books. Grand Marais

Drury Lane Books, on the East Bay in downtown Grand Marais, hosts a variety of events and readings.

More information on these events is available at drurylanebooks@boreal.org  or 387-3370.

Seasonal road restrictions

Who: 
Cook County Highway Department
Where: 
Cook County roads

Seasonal road restrictions in effect now will be lifted on a case-by-case basis as conditions warrant. All C0ok County roads are limited to 5 tons per axle unless otherwise posted. More information is available from the Cook County Highway Department, 387-3014. 
 
 

"Nunsense" at Lake Superior CommunityTheater

Where: 
Silver Bay High School and Two Harbors High School

Lake Superior Community Theater presents "Nunsense," by Dan Goggin, at Silver Bay High School April 16, 17, and 18 at 7 pm, and April 19 at 2 pm. The play will also be presented at Two Harbors High School on April 24 and 25 at 7 pm, and April 16 at 2 pm. Reserved seats are available online at www.lsct.us, and tickets will be available at the door.  

 

"Gala for the Grove" fundraiser

Who: 
Birch Grove Community School
Where: 
Lakeside Ballroom, Surfside on Lake Superior, Tofte

All are invited to the fifth annual Gala for the Grove on Saturday, May 9, in the Lakeside Ballroom at Surfside on Lake Superior. The semi-formal event begins with a champagne social at 5 pm, followed by dinner, a live auction, and dancing. Proceeds benefit Birch Grove Community School. More information and an online invitation can be downloaded at www.birchgroveschool.com/index.cfm?pID=15687#ad-image-0
 
 


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