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Granite Falls seeks donations for annual Fairy Village

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The Granite Area Arts Council is seeking donations of doll houses and other items for their annual Fairy Village that will go outside in December. You are invited to the Fairy Village Workshop! Saturday, November 19th, 1-4 pm at the Granite Area Arts Council (807 Prentice St). Other craft supplies...
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VSA International Young Musicians Competition

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Each year young musicians (ages 14-25) with disabilities compete to receive the VSA International Young Musicians Award ($2,000 USD) and the opportunity to perform at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. This program is open to musicians of all genres (classical, jazz, hip hop, bluegrass, rock, and more). Review eligibility requirements and application details on the Kennedy Center Website....
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Did you know there is a 4-H Young Writers Club?

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This year, Montevideo-based author, M E Fuller, has volunteered with Minnesota 4-H to serve as a mentor to young writers in this program, now in its 3rd year. Spread the word to young writers to join us for NANOWRIMO! November is National Novel Writing Month. You may think that 4-H is for rural...
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Southwest West Central Student Enrichment Programs

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Check the SWWC Student Enrichment website as details are being added when they are available. ·     Give students a chance to find their inner artistic talent, use their creative minds with words and explore their scientific curiosity by participating in student conferences. ·     Challenge students to show their competitive side by taking...
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Perpich Professional Development and Resource Programs (PDR)

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Professional Development and Resource Programs (PDR) Wendy Barden, PhD – Director wendy.barden@pcae.k12.mn.us PDR Overarching Goal Through professional development statewide, build teacher and administrator capacity to provide innovative, inclusive, standards-based, measurable, and student centered learning in and through the arts. In every program, they strive to: ● Address teacher isolation and...
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Poetry in the Parks: Worthington

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Blue Mounds State Park Saturday, August 27 | 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. | Free Register for Poetry event here by Friday, August 12 Bus transportation will be provided from Nobles County Library – 407 12th St, Worthington View pdf flyer in English View pdf flyer in Spanish What does...
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Apply for the 2023 Accelerator Awards

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The Lewis Prize for Music’s 2023 Accelerator Awards is accepting applicants. Multi-year awards of $500,000 each will be awarded in January 2023. By applying, organizations are also eligible for funding ranging from $15,000 to $50,000. They are seeking organizations in the United States that empower youth through music in after-school and...
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Pipestone Arts Educational Programs

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Shakespeare, Rock ‘n’ Roll, Broadway, and the Pipestone Community Band are this summer’s AMP programs. These educational programs are for youth through adults and conclude with outdoor performances under the stars at the Hiawatha Pageant Park July 22-24. Participants will have the opportunity to learn Shakespeare, practice the basics of...
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Congressional Art Competition

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The deadline for submission is Monday, May 2, 2022. For more information, please visit the Congressional Art Competition website. Good luck! High school students from Minnesota’s Seventh Congressional District are invited to participate in the annual Congressional Art Competition. This longstanding U.S. Capitol tradition is an excellent opportunity for high school students from...
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