Prairie MosaicCategory: History and Heritage, Arts
Monday, February 1 at 9:00 pm
Tour the Judy Garland Museum in Grand Rapids, MN, visit Fort Ridgely State Park outside Fairfax, MN, listen to the North Dakota State University brass quintet, and watch Lloyd Wiese create wooden trunks and chests.
Monday, February 8 at 9:00 pm
Travel with the Lake Country Mountaineers Black Powder Club in Perham, MN; visit Gooseberry Falls State Park on Minnesota’s North Shore; watch a music video by Elisa Korenne about a hapless grocer in Wadena, MN; learn the history of the Orphan Train Movement; and listen to the band Auratone from the Fargo-Moorhead area.
Monday, February 22 at 9:00 pm
Visit Interstate Park, watch fiber artist Aliza Nocacek-Olson use a spinning wheel for alpaca fiber, learn about the Mandan Chief Four Bears, and listen to original music from musician Anthony Miltich of Fergus Falls, MN.
Monday, February 29 at 9:00 pm
ALL NEW! Meet Mary Gibbs, the only female superintendent of a MN state park-Itasca State Park, discuss the difficulties women faced when homesteading in Manitoba and about E. Cora Hind in a segment from the PP documentary “Built on Agriculture”, learn about the Homestead Act of 1862 with a segment from the PP documentary “Homesteading”, and hear from the band Bloom from Twin Valley, MN
Monday, March 28 at 9:00 pm
ALL NEW! Learn about the Minneapolis/St. Paul street car strike of 1917, meet Carl Zachmann an artist whose inspiration is the Industrial Revolution, learn about modern machinery and its importance in farming in Manitoba in a segment from Prairie Public’s documentary “Built on Agriculture”, listen to Paul Imholte of St. Cloud, MN play original music on string instruments.
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