Do you enjoy the drama of theater, but don’t like the spotlight? Then Reader’s Theater is for you! Join this lively bunch for the dramatic reading of original scripts the fourth Tuesday of every month 7:00 pm at the Legacy Center. For more information, contact: Dina Laskowski at email@example.com or 701-269-9111Find out more
Wood carving with the local Woodchippers… Experienced carvers and curious beginners are all welcome to drop in a get carving. The more experienced members of the Woodchippers group will help get beginners started. The group meets every Thursday evening, except Holiday weeks. This is a free activity.Find out more
Learn how to combine alpaca, merino, silk, and other fibers into a beautiful hand felted scarf in this introductory class with Myra from Prairie Comforts. You will be surprised how light-weight these scarves are and oh, how soft! The perfect choice to wear all year-round. All supplies will be provided and include your choice of a silk scarf, and all of the merino, alpaca, silk and other fibers/yarns necessary to design the scarf.Find out more
Hand-knitted socks are the most comfy socks you will ever wear, especially those that you've made to fit your very own feet!
In the class participants will learn several intermediate to advanced knitting techniques including; knitting in the round on double point needles, heel shaping, and the Kitchener stitch, to create a wonderful pair of hand knit socks.Find out more
Participants with all levels of experience will explore working with clay in a supportive atmosphere. Students will learn a variety of hand building skills with an emphasis on creativity and having fun. Students are encouraged to explore their own ideas and projects. Students may choose to make pieces on the potters’ wheel or hand build.Find out more
MEET PEOPLE. MIX DRINKS. MAKE ART.
Join us after work for a creatively good time. 5:30 – 7:00 pm in the Hansen Arts Studio. This happy hour takes place on the third Wednesday of each month with a different creative activity. RSVP required or pre-registration required.Find out more
The November exhibit features the work of printmaker David Driesbach. This work is as complex as Martinson’s was simple. Driesbach’s sophisticated intaglio prints borrow common symbols from Medieval and Renaissance art that he has developed into a personal iconography. His prints are filled with chandeliers, candles, and moons; columns, arches, open windows, and other architectural spaces; as well as motifs of ties, money, eating and drinking, and bouquets of flowers.Find out more
Richard Martinson's work is reminiscent of folk art, simple and understated. He depicts the western and rural way of life, including the characters that go along with it. This exhibition is sponsored by the North Dakota Council on the Arts, which receives funding from the State Legislature and the National Endowment for the Arts.Find out more
Broadway. Jazz. Country. Rock & Roll. The 20th Century saw the emergence of the United States not only as a “superpower,” but the emergence of a uniquely American popular music and culture that the rest of the world eagerly embraced. Join us in a class that revels in the diversity of the American experienceFind out more