Detroit Lakes Newspapers Staff
CRISMAN — Naomi Lynn; born Nov. 9, 2016, weighing 10 pounds, to Rebecca and Keith Crisman. JOHNSON — Ellie Kate; born Nov. 10, 2016, weighing 8 pounds, 4 ounces, to Katie and Gunnar Johnson. TIMMONS — Elliott Jo; born Nov. 11, 2016, to Tianna Roses and Shane Timmons. MANINGA — Brett William; born Nov. 13, 2016, weighing 8.34 pounds, to Jillian Kowalczyk and Glen Maninga.
And out of the basement shall come a program of good tidings, great humor and joy! The Church Basement Ladies are serving it up again with their musical comedy "Away in the Basement: A Church Basement Ladies Christmas," which comes to the stage of Detroit Lakes' Historic Holmes Theatre for two performances this Friday, Nov. 11, at 2 and 7:30 p.m. Presented by Troupe America, Inc., and sponsored locally by Mann Financial Group, "Away in the Basement" takes audience members back to 1959 and the day of the Sunday School Christmas program.
The Holiday Bazaar at Grace Lutheran Church in Detroit Lakes is a long-standing November tradition in the community. So when word spread that the older members of the congregation could no longer take on all of the work in preparing the event's signature edible, lefse, a whole kitchen full of volunteers showed up for work, on multiple days. They boiled and riced the potatoes, shaped the spuds and rolled them into thin dough lightly fried into what is called lefse.
Come to Ulen on Friday, Nov. 4 for a special Top Hat Theatre show by South Dakota music group Brulé. Paul LaRoche is the founder and producer of the award-winning Native American music group Brulé. The group is best known for thrilling audiences with a mergence of cultural rock and theatrical instrumentations. Now in their 20th season, their national performances carry the same contagious excitement as Trans Siberian Orchestra, Celtic Thunder, and Riverdance—but with the emotional impact of the American Indian culture
Citizens are invited to learn more about emerging issues in Aquatic Invasive Species at community forum on Monday, Oct. 24. This public forum will be held in the conference center...
Motorists on Highway 34 near Height of Land Lake east of Detroit Lakes may experience short delays on Monday, Oct. 24, while crews replace a culvert. A temporary signal system will restrict traffic to a single direction at a time. The work is necessary to repair an emergency drainage issue. The culvert has failed and will not allow water to pass. The project is expected to last one day. Crews will not replace the pavement until the following week, so motorists should to use caution near the work zone until the temporary gravel surface is covered.
For most of us, Halloween is about costumes, masks, parties and "trick or treat." Put on a costume and a mask, and you become someone else — a witch, a celebrity, a superhero — an animal, a plant or even an inanimate object. You can be funny, smart, ugly or frightening. After all, no one knows who's behind the mask. How we celebrate Halloween has its origins in Europe. But in Latin America, celebrations with masks, costumes, and dances began long before Europeans arrived in the New World.
Enrollment in developmental education courses at the colleges and universities of Minnesota State has been significantly reduced over the past five years, cutting the cost of higher education and trimming the time it takes to complete a degree for thousands of students.
The 33nd annual St. Andrew's Society Scottish dinner and program will be held Saturday, Nov. 5, at the Cambria Suites & Event Center, 825 E. Beaton Dr., West Fargo. The social hour will begin at 5 p.m. and will be an opportunity to visit with others in attendance, and to enjoy the colorful tartans that some guests will be wearing. The dinner will begin at 6 p.m. and will include haggis, neeps, champit tatties, Scottish ale-braised beef, scones, and shortbread.