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07/02 - Sugarloaf Cove Nature Center
07/02 -Grand Marais Playhouse 45th Season
07/03 -Grand Marais Public Library events and programs
Fish are an important part of a healthy diet. Catching and eating fish are also part of the history and culture of the Great Lakes region. But not all fish are always good for you all the time. Join WTIP’s Jay Andersen at 7 pm, July 2 for “Fish are Important for Superior Health,” this month’s First Thursday Community Conversation. We’ve assembled a guest panel from the clinic, Grand Portage and the state department of health. You can join the discussion with your questions or comments. Call us at 218-387-1070, 1-800-473-9847 or email us, email@example.com.
In the latest edition of Anishinaabe Way, Staci Drouillard speaks with Grand Portage band member Gloria Martineau, who was born and raised in the town of Grand Marais, MN. In this segment, she talks about her closest neighbor, Lucy Caribou, who made hand-made rag rugs and hooked rugs for a living.
Check out Wednesday Night Jazz with host Tyler Howell as he will be joined by composer, historian and musician Mike DeBevec to share part two of his latest project, 100 Years of Jazz, produced with the Sky Blue Trio and the Orange Girl.
There are lots fish in Cook County lakes – the trick is to know where they are and how to catch them. Tune in to DayBreak every Friday, between 7 and 8 a.m. to hear the latest report on what’s biting and where. And visit the Local Fish Report on our website for archived editions of this weekly feature.
Tune in to North Shore Morning every Thursday around 8:50 a.m., and North Shore Weekend every Saturday around 7:45 a.m., as local artist and art enthusiast Joan Farnam shares what's happening in the arts along the shore. And visit NorthShore ArtScene on our website, for event details and striking images from local photographers.