Prairie Mosaic 404
On this edition of Prairie Mosaic, we’ll take a tour of Icelandic State Park in Pembina, North Dakota; continue the search for a new conductor for the Fargo Moorhead Symphony Orchestra with candidate Christopher Zimmerman; investigate the work of rosemaling artist Jean Honl; visit Artists On Main, a gallery for local artisans in Roseau, Minnesota; and enjoy some rock and roll from The Midnight Noise Orchestra.
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