Three Rivers Arts Council

Volunteer Park Brings Innovative Signs

Trail sign pictures were placed at Volunteer Park. The artist was Irina Astvatsaturov, an Armenian who does a great job with Art4Life.

The Springboard for the Arts grant allowed this project. It is yet another way to partner arts and health, encouraging pedestrians to easily access destinations along our trails and sidewalks. The sign is located just west of Dakota/Minnesota Avenue bridge.

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Health Watch is another good way to encourage locals and visitors to use trails.

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Think Global Hear It Local

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Good news! Lorraine Klaasen and her ensemble have agreed to tour this fall as part of Arts Midwest World Fest. Lorraine is one of the few South African artists who have preserved the classic sound of Township Music, which continues to be the most distinctive sound to come out of South Africa.  We’re excited Lorraine will tour in our program and equally excited to feature South African music which has not been part of Arts Midwest World Fest before.  You can find more information about Lorraine here: http://www.lorraineklaasen.com/.

Arts Midwest World Fest presents Lorraine Klaasen, from South Africa, with “Think Global Hear It Local.”  This public concert is Saturday, November 5, 2016, at 6:30pm.  The concert will be located at the new Wahpeton High School Theater.

Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for students.

Tickets are available at the Red Door Art Gallery and Wahpeton Parks & Rec.