Anoka County Library, in partnership with the Lyric Arts Theater, will present a Page and Stage performance of Neil Simon’s “Barefoot in the Park” Sunday, June 9, noon, at the Lyric Arts Main Street Stage.
Blaine Park and Recreation Department and the Blaine Arts Council present the second annual Blaine Art and Music Fair.
The Blaine High School choir will perform with VocalEssence, a 130-member chorus, and other Twin City area choirs, in free concert Tuesday, May 21, 8 p.m., at Wayzata Community Church, 125 Wayzata Blvd. E. in Wayzata.
Two Movie in the Park events will be sponsored this year by the city of Coon Rapids and the Coon Rapids Community Strength Foundation at Sand Creek Park.
Students at the Judy Bender Vocal Studio will present recitals May 18 and 19.
Viewers of Banfill-Locke Center for the Arts’ upcoming art show can expect to see a lush display of white herons, peonies, dragons and much more in the Artists del Norte annual spring juried show.
Theater and spirituality are two cornerstones of Nathaniel Norton’s life.
Pianist Derek Hartman of Blaine is back in the news, this time at the national level.
A former Coon Rapids resident has released her first book “The Book of Simple Human Truths: Inspiration, Love & Wisdom.”
Kendall Anne Thompson, a native of Coon Rapids, plays a lead role as the young Zelda in Minnesota History Theatre’s production of “This Side of Paradise.”
For those attending Andover High School’s spring musical more than once, it’s unlikely they’ll see the same production.
Students from the North Dakota State University (NDSU) School of Music and Department of Theatre Arts had an exceptional showing at the North Dakota Chapter of the National Association of Teachers of Singers (NATS) annual auditions April 13 in Fargo, N.D.
Mistaken identities, unrequited and forbidden love mixed in with lots of rock ‘n’ roll are on tap for Anoka High’s spring musical.
New York Times best-selling novelist John Sandford, author of nearly two dozen popular “Prey” novels, makes a guest appearance at Rum River Library as part of Anoka County Library’s Club Book series.
Blaine High School’s Theater Department brings Jerry Herman’s “Hello, Dolly!” to stage.
Creativity has been a cornerstone of Diane Lee’s life since childhood.
Four Anoka County arts organizations are the recipients of Metropolitan Regional Arts Council community arts grants.
When Margo Hansen read a book as a teen and didn’t like the way it ended, she decided to write her own book. Make that plural. Books.
With the prospect of spring cleaning projects fast approaching, the Coon Rapids Lions Club is asking everyone to look through dresser drawers, closets and other storage places for used eyeglasses, hearing aids and printer cartridges.
The North Suburban Concert Band’s annual pops concert is this weekend.