Great River Arts Association
November is the time when people traditionally give thanks for the many blessings in their lives. “At Oasis Central Minnesota, the staff and board of directors are extremely grateful for the volunteers who make their programs a success and a blessing to our community,” said Board Member Susy Pro...Read More
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The Great River Arts Association will present “Gone Buggy: An Evening of Stand Up Comedy with Jason Schommer” Saturday, Oct. 13, at 7:30 p.m. at the Little Falls VFW. Tickets are $15 for table seating and $10 for regular seating. Tickets go on sale  Tuesday and may be purchased at the Great Riv...Read More
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With fall already here again, the Great River Arts Center welcomes the public to come and experience the new exhibition featuring local artists Bonita Roberts, Susan Novak and Shirley Hove. Hove, a native of Minnesota, who makes her home in St. Cloud, devotes herself to painting hang-ups. These pain...Read More
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Two local galleries feature free art exhibits now through the end of August. Great River Arts Association (GRAA) manages the spaces and invites the public to view a variety of artwork representing more than 20 artists from Minnesota. The Morrison County Government Center in Little Falls welcomes acr...Read More
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A classic rock concert presented by Great River Arts Association (GRAA) will be held Thursday, from 5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m. in Little Falls at Maple Island Park. Part of GRAA’s Arts in the Park, the free concert will be performed by local band, “Sons of Knut.” Playing songs by The Beatles, Th...Read More
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The Great River Arts Association welcomes back Monroe Crossing, Minnesota’s premier bluegrass and gospel quintet, for a concert Friday, April 13, at 7:30 p.m., at the VFW Post 1112 in Little Falls. Named in honor of Bill Monroe, “The Father of Bluegrass Music,” Monroe Crossing dazzles audience...Read More
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The Great River Arts Association (GRAA) will welcome Harper’s Chord, a new local country music group celebrating the release of its first full-length CD, “Natural Bridge” on Saturday, Feb. 25, with a live concert. The talented trio is made up of Jill Moore, Paul Drinkwine and Roger Fink. A Min...Read More
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The monthly Family Art Day events continue at the Great River Arts Association (GRAA) this month in partnership with the Little Falls Knit N Stitch group. The group will be guiding participants through projects, providing hands-on demonstrations on how to start knitting and crocheting, and offering ...Read More
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