April 18, 2022 - September 30, 2022
Grand Portage National Monument | Grand Portage MN
At Grand Portage National Monument’s Heritage Center, the George Morrison Exhibit “Connections” will open the week of April 18, 2022. For this exhibit, the National Park Service (NPS) has gathered works in their collection, along with works and artifacts from private collections, to curate the exhibition.
April 29, 2022 - May 22, 2022
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Johnson Heritage Post Art Gallery | Grand Marais MN
Join us for Spirit of the Wilderness’s community art exhibition, Growing Toward the Light.
Michelle Westmark Wingard is an installation-based photographer, curator, and arts educator. She is Professor of Art and Gallery Director of Bethel University’s two exhibition spaces. In her fifteen years of programming exhibitions, Westmark Wingard has worked with more than eighty artists in a diverse range of media. Her photographic and curatorial projects often seek to create experiential and participatory opportunities exploring themes of memory, grief, memorial, perception, and interconnection. She has curated several exhibitions and has also exhibited her own photographic work locally and nationally.
Exhibition runs April 29th through May 22nd alongside our permanent Anna C Johnson collection and charming gift shop.
May 1, 2022 - May 31, 2022
North House Folk School | Grand Marais MN
North House was founded in 1997 by a small handful of inspired locals passionate about traditional craft and cooperative learning.
Apr 29-May 1 :: Introduction to Jewelry Construction
Apr 29-May 1 :: Build Your Own Custom Fishing Rod
Apr 29-May3 :: Basic Timber Framing
3-8 :: Building the Wood-Fired Brick Oven
4-8 :: Basic Building Skills Workshop
6-9 :: Blacksmithing: The Basics & Beyond
6&13 :: Knotwork Dragon online
6-14 :: Build Your Own Smaller Timber Frames
7 :: Bead Embroidery: The Pin Series
7-8 :: Custom Leather Sandal Construction
13-15 :: Knit a Moose Hat in the Round
13-15 :: Bird Carving
13-16 :: Rosemaling: Shaded Telemark Style & Traditions
14-15 :: All Ground Up: Sausage Making
19-21 :: Open Session Wood Carving
19-22 :: Outdoor Timbered Benches
19-22 :: Traditional Swedish Table-Made Hair Bracelet
20 :: Forgework Skills Refresher
20-22 :: Black Ash Baskets with a Twist
21-22 :: Decorative Ironwork: Art f the Candle Holder
21-22 :: Smørrebrød: Scandinavian Open-Faced Sandwiches
22 :: Fly Casting Workshop & North Shore Fly Fishing Primer
24-26 :: Lathe Turning: The Wooden Bowl
27-29 :: Weft-Faced Weaving ona Rigid Hedlle Loom
27-29 :: Shaker-Style Carriers
27-29 :: Lathe Turning: The Wooden Bowl
27-30 :: Blacksmithing: Crafting the Tools of the Trade
28 :: Foraging for Spring Wild Edibles
28-29 :: Herbal ID Basics and Creating an Herbal First Aid Kit
29 :: Foraging for Spring Wild Edibles
30-Jul 1 :: Lathe Turning: The Wooden Bowl
31-Jul 2 :: Crafting the Twig Chair
May 4, 2022 - May 5, 2022
6:00 pm - 11:00 pm
The Eta Aquariids are one of two showers resulting from the debris field of Halley’s comet, along with the Orionids in October.
Peak time should twilight on May 5 in the southern sky. But the shower should be highly active for roughly a week before and after.
In past years, the Eta Aquariids have produced between 45 to 85 meteors per hour.