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By Michelle Croissant On on Monday Dec 01 2014

‘Tis the season to be jolly, and what better way to get jolly than a festive evening of wine and beer tasting, accompanied by a limitless assortment of delectable savories and sweets. Over 200 people gathered Nov. 21 at gallery 2 to partake in the 23rd Annual Wine Tasting, an annual gala fundraising event for the Grand Forks Art Gallery Society.

Both floors of the Gallery...

By Michelle Croissant On on Friday Nov 21 2014

Babies…

A miracle of life. A precious joy. A ray of sunshine that can warm even the coldest of hearts. Delicate fingers and toes, the softest of skin, that wonderful new baby smell. Babies can turn the toughest warrior into a pile of mush with just one spit-bubbled smile.

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By Grand Forks and... On on Friday Nov 14 2014

Area D is in the process of reviewing their Official Community Plan – part of this process involves collecting information from local residents. We’ve got a large map set up in the main reading area of the library, and we’d like to invite you to come in and indicate on it any routes that you use for non-motorized travel from home to work or other destinations. We’ll...

By Grand Forks and... On on Tuesday Nov 04 2014

We’ve got lots going on this November – from novel writing to sign language, knitting and more! And lots of new books, including the non-fiction books I’ve listed at the very end.  

Sign Language

Back by popular demand! Our drop-in sign language classes have started up again,...

By Contributor On on Tuesday Nov 04 2014

Spectacular! Spectacular! The Moulin Rouge is coming to town!

Mr. Zedler, curator of the world famous Moulin Rouge, is hosting a one night only all ages dance extravaganza. He has specially handpicked acts from around the boundary that will wow the senses and leave adults and children alike in awe.

This year Les Folles Jambettes Cancan Troupe have the pleasure of once again (...

By Laurie Grant On on Wednesday Oct 22 2014

Canadian, Latin-flamenco-guitarist Servantes, (Patrice Servant), headed a four-piece ensemble that wowed the sold out, standing room only, intimate audience of 63 at gallery 2 Sunday night.  

Servantes, who has been playing guitar and studying music around the world since the age of five, offers a mostly instrumental, unique blend of jazz-infused...

By Contributor On on Friday Oct 17 2014

Get your costumes ready for a ghoulishly fun time at the annual Freaker’s Ball! This local tradition is a fund raising dance renowned as the best Halloween party in town.

Part of the fun at the Freaker’s is the chance to win great prizes for creative costumes, enjoy snacks throughout the night, and, of course, dancing the...

By Larry Hudema On on Friday Oct 17 2014

Roger Ebert was the first journalist to win a Pulitzer Prize for criticism, a pondering point for the annoying horde of much lesser critics. 

Employing Ebert’s best-selling memoir of the same name as a template, Steve James (Hoop Dreams) directed the film that recounts the inspiring and entertaining life of the film...

By Grand Forks and... On on Tuesday Oct 14 2014

Being a library and all, lending things out is our speciality. Which is why this Halloween we’ve decided to put out our bins of costumes and let you dig through them. Once you find the right one, you can borrow it for all your Halloween fun.! The big day is Saturday, October 18, from 2:00 – 3:30. Drop by and see what you can find (and at this point, we only have kids costumes – sorry, parents...

By Contributor On on Monday Oct 13 2014

The Boundary is in for a real treat this week when Latin-Flamenco-jazz guitarist Servantes brings his highly acclaimed act to town for a performance at gallery2 in Grand Forks the evening of October 19th. 

Gatineau native Patrice Servant, now known as “Servantes” began playing the guitar at the age of 6. Winning every competition that he has ever entered, guitar virtuoso Servantes has...

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