Miss North Dakota pageant set for this weekend at Empire Arts Center – Grand Forks Herald

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Grand Forks — The 2022 Miss North Dakota USA and Miss North Dakota Teen USA pageants will take place on Saturday and Sunday, April 30th and May 1st, at the Grand Forks Empire Arts Center.

The pageant qualifying show starts at 8 pm on Saturday. The Miss North Dakota USA and Miss North Dakota Teen USA Pageant Finals will begin on Sunday at 12:30 pm.

Approximately 26 young women will participate in the annual event, which is a nationally aired Miss USA Pageant qualifying tournament. The winner of Miss USA will advance to the international broadcast of Miss Universe 2022.

The state’s events are open to the public and everyone is invited to participate in these fast-paced, hipster pieces, the organizers say.

Athletes from across the state compete in three identical score categories: Interviews with the Miss North Dakota Competition, evening dresses, swimwear, or active wear from the Miss North Dakota Teen Competition.

For tickets ranging from $ 29 to $ 49, please visit www.MissNorthDakotaUSA.com. Live pay-per-view webcasts are also available on this website above. Tickets can also be purchased at the door.

Listen Center to introduce the performance of “Gold Note”

The LISTEN Center will unveil a performance called “Explosion to the Past” at the Empire Arts Center on Thursday and Friday, April 28th and 29th at 7pm.

LISTEN stands for Love Is Sharing the Exceptional Needs.

At the “Notes of Gold” show, Performing for Changecast “will take you on a journey from the 1970s to the present,” Potts said in a news release. “In the process, and for decades, they record what’s really important in this journey back in the past and future through the Notes of Gold.

“We happen to have a lot of people with and without disabilities. Each performer brings their story, talent, and a passion for social change and art,” she says. I did.

This work is dedicated to the late Helen Becold, a pioneer of the self-advocacy movement and an activist in the field of civil and human rights for persons with disabilities, and “to others we have lost in the last two years. Pandemic. “Mr. Potts said.

Tickets can be obtained by calling (701) 746-7840 and sold at the door. Tickets are $ 25 for families, $ 10 for adults, and $ 5 for seniors and disabled people.

The Empire Arts Center is located at 415 DeMers Ave.

A music group performing pop concerts at the UND Memorial Union

The UND University Band and Grand Cities Children’s Choir will announce “Disney Spectacular: Pops Concert” at the UND Memorial Union Ballroom on Thursday, April 28th at 8pm.

This event is free and open to the public. It will also be livestreamed on the UND Music Department website (www.und.edu/music).

Members of the Grand Cities Children’s Choir will perform at the Disney Spectacular: Pops Concert at UND Memorial Union on Thursday, April 28th at 8pm.

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Celebrating Disney World’s 50th Anniversary Season, UND’s band director James Popejoy said the performance will feature 39 songs in a variety of settings related to Disney’s wonderful world. The audience can hear songs such as “Mary Poppins,” “Tangled,” “Mulan,” “High School Musical,” “Pocahontas,” “Star Wars,” and “The Lion King.”

The University Band also pays homage to Disney’s masterpiece “Fantasia.” Brooklyn Evans will be a featured vocal soloist in the University Band with Frozen’s “Let It Go” performance.

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To commemorate the 50th anniversary of Disney World, the UND University Band will perform a number of popular Disney movie songs at a pop concert at the UND Memorial Union on Thursday, April 28th at 8pm.

Contribution

Two ensembles will participate in the closing piece “Disney Spectacular,” featuring the music of the three most popular Disney shows, “The Little Mermaid,” “Beauty and the Beast,” and “Aladdin.”

Conductors include James and Melanie Popejoy, Amy Dewitt, Jack Boyer, and Juanita Cavalero Casas.

For more information on this concert, please contact UND Band Office (701) 777-2815.

Dakota Science Center celebrating “National Wildflower Week”

To commemorate the National Wildflower Week from May 1st to 7th, the Dakota Science Center will provide regular customers with an exhibition of wildflowers and pollen maters and a seed packet of pollen maters’ initiative at the Grand Forks Public Library.

According to DSC Managing Director Laura Munski, the Dakota Science Center will provide a list of plants that attract native butterflies in the Red River Valley, where the planting season usually begins at the end of May.

The DSC will provide the library with exhibits of native species, World Wildlife Fund grassland and pollinosis activity books, and information on the University of Minnesota Extension’s Bee Loan. The display has a pollen mater’s garden in the Greater Grand Forks area.

According to Munsky, the general public will create a pollen mater’s garden as a mural for the children’s office in the library.

The movie “My Garden of Thousand Bees” was highly acclaimed, pointing its lens at the amazing spectacular bees that live in their urban gardens in Bristol, England, while trapped in the middle of a pandemic. Following on from the filmmaker Martin Dorn. Visit www.mygardenofathousandbees.com/videos online.

For more information, please visit www.dakota-science.org or check out our weekly posts on the Dakota Science Center Facebook page.

Deadline for applying for ArtsLegacy Grants

Applications for Arts Legacy Grants awarded by the Northwest Minnesota Arts Council will be closed on Sunday, May 1st.

Grants of up to $ 10,000 will be awarded to nonprofits, communities, schools, individuals, and other nonprofits. Applications are accepted from the service areas of the Kitson, Marshall, Norman, Pennington, Pork, Red Lake, and Roseau county councils.

Arts Legacy Grants supports artistic activities in the council’s service area, said Mara Hanel, Managing Director. Funds can be used for art projects and equipment, general support, public art projects, and art events.

Applications funded through this grant program energize the community with festivals, theater projects, folk music entertainment, visual demonstrations, creative writing workshops, and many other activities that improve the quality of life for people in the region. ..

Schools in the council’s service area can apply for an Artist Residency grant of $ 2,600, as well as $ 400 if the Residency needs supplies. The council provides an educational artist registry on its website www.NorthwestMinnesotaArtsCouncil.org.

Assistance in completing grant applications is available from the Northwest Minnesota Arts Council office.

Quick turnaround grants are $ 500 each and are available on a first-come, first-served basis. These grants can be used to help artists who have lost their income by missing a gig due to a pandemic.

For more information, please visit the Council website, send an email to [email protected], or call (218) 745-8886.

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