Grand Marais, Grand Rapids, Red Cliff

Grand Marais, MN- The public is invited to celebrate the completion of roadwork on Highway 61. On Thursday, September 15 at noon, there will be a program on the lawn of the Grand Marais Public Library. The Highway 61 project won two awards, including the Quality of Living Award and an Honorable Mention for the Cole Value Awards from the International Association for Public Participation. Along with the top honor, the project is also up for a National People’s Choice Award. To vote for the project, click here.

Grand Rapids, MN- The local food department needs volunteers. Second Harvest Food Shelf needs more volunteers during its Monday-Thursday shifts. 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. They also need groups to help with projects such as bagging production and bag wrapping for children and families. Groups, families and individuals are invited to volunteer.

Red Cliff- The Red Cliff Tribe is celebrating Cultural Days From Saturday September 16 to Sunday September 18. The 6th annual event will feature a two-day powwow, canoe races, car show and more. The golf tournament will raise funds for the Red Cliff Kids Holiday giveaway this winter. There will also be cultural stations running all day for people to learn about Ojibwe culture. All events are open to the public and admission is $10.

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