The Osakis Festival is back for its 45th annual run June 20-23. The four-day event includes bake sales, music, tournaments, vendors and more.
The special energy that boys have during the summer comes alive in The Stink Bomb’s live premiere on June 14 at 7 p.m.
Here are some of the movies playing this week at Midway Mall Cinema 9.
The Alexandria Shrine Circus will entertain crowds at the Douglas County Fairgrounds on Friday, June 21, with two shows at 2:30 and 7 p.m.RELATED CONTENT
Alex ArtWorks’ Third Thursdays Art Show opens for the season on Thursday, June 20. The other two shows will take place on Thursdays, July 18 and August 15. Each show runs from 4 to 7 p.m. at Depot Express Restaurant in Alexandria.RELATED CONTENT
Enterprise will perform at the Red Willow Arts Coalition free concert Thursday, June 13 at 7 p.m. on the lawn at the Douglas County Courthouse in Alexandria.RELATED CONTENT
The Lakeside Dance Club (LDC), which dances at the Lakeside Ballroom in Glenwood, will celebrate its 30th year of providing opportunities for dancers in Central Minnesota on Sunday, June 23.
Here is one of the movies playing this week at Midway Mall Cinema 9. For complete information, log onto www.midwaycinema9.com.
Douglas Wood and WildSpirit will perform at the Red Willow Arts Coalition free concert on Thursday, June 13 at 7 p.m. on the lawn at the Douglas County Courthouse in Alexandria.RELATED CONTENT
The seventh annual International Female Ride Day (IFRD) was held on Friday, May 3.RELATED CONTENT
Lakes Area Theatre (LAT), Alexandria Area Arts Association (AAAA) and the Runestone Museum, all in Alexandria, will take part in a special presentation of plays, book signings and radio shows.RELATED CONTENT
The Alexandria Area Arts Association (AAAA) honored participants in 2012-2013 programming at the second annual Andria Awards on May 23. The Andria Awards are named in honor of the Andria Theatre, the downtown theater the AAAA calls home.RELATED CONTENT
Just one year after the launch of her debut novel, Coming Apart, author Nicole Garber announced the release of its sequel, Satan Like Spam. While Garber used her hometown, Bartlesville, Oklahoma, as the setting for Coming Apart, she takes the reader 750 miles away to Alexandria in Satan Like Spam.RELATED CONTENT