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Marshall County Arts Cooperative to sponsor Lunch with the Arts

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The Marshall County Arts Cooperative is hosting another Lunch with the Arts.  The event will be held at the Lee Dam Center for Fine Art, 201 South 9th Street, Friday, March 15, from 11:00 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. In conjunction with the arts cooperative’s current exhibit at the art center, “ … of big and little … ,” the group ... Read More »

Roc Day III to be held Jan. 12 in Marysville

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Roc Day III, a gathering for fiber enthusiasts, quilters, spinners, weavers and other crafters, will be held Saturday, January 12, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Lee Dam Center for Fine Art in Marysville, Kan. The free event, sponsored by the Marshall County Arts Cooperative, includes interactive classes, fiber demonstrations, displays, vendors and more. Classes require a small ... Read More »

Children’s Author and Illustrator in Marshall County This Week

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When retired elementary school teacher Judy Nagely returned from a trip to Kansas City, she brought back the name of a children’s author and illustrator that she thought should come to Marshall County – Jenny Whitehead. “Judy heard Jenny Whitehead speak at a conference, and she was impressed with her presentation,” explained Wayne Kruse, the arts cooperative’s executive director.  “She ... Read More »

Teachers’ Discovery Travelling Exhibit Visiting Valley Heights

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Valley Heights High School will be displaying a Teacher’s Discovery Traveling Exhibit, sponsored by Marshall County Arts Commission, featuring the fascinating paintings and drawings of the master of artistic illusion, M.C. Escher. The students and staff will enjoy the giant reproductions during the week of October 8th. The exhibit celebrates fine art and the lifelike drawing, including the famous Drawing ... Read More »

Arts Cooperative to Host Luncheon

  “Unmasking Mental Illness” Part of Lunch’s Menu   The Marshall County Arts Cooperative is opening the doors to the Lee Dam Center for Fine Art for a special showing of the exhibit, “Unmasking Mental Illness.”  As an added incentive, the cooperative is inviting guests to have lunch while viewing the display.    “Lunch with the Arts,” the first in ... Read More »

Art Exhibit to Open at Lee Dam Center for Fine Art

  “Unmasking Mental Illness” opens February 12   The Marshall County Arts Cooperative is partnering with Pawnee Mental Health Services to bring an art exhibit to the Lee Dam Center for Fine Art.  The exhibit, “Unmasking Mental Illness,” commemorates the mental health organization’s 55th anniversary.   The exhibit includes a display of art from Pawnee’s clients, families, and friends that ... Read More »

Open Mic Night January 19th

Marysville High School’s Popular Music Lab Class is hosting an open mic night at Toledos deli on Broadway Street in Marysville on January 19th from 5 – 7 pm. Showcase your art or talent for a local audience. View student art and enjoy the Nacho Bar special. Contact Tobias Wood at Marysville High School for more information. Come join the ... Read More »

Nurses Week Celebrated at CMH

National Nurses Week is May 6-12, 2011. To celebrate this event,  Community Memorial Healthcare (CMH) Nursing Services is partnering with St. Gregory’s Catholic School for a project whereby students will be asked to draw an image of what a hospital nurse means to them. Ashley Hermesch, Director of Nursing (DON), hopes the art project will help raise awareness for the ... Read More »

Budget issues dominate annual Legislative Forum

Budget issues dominate annual Legislative Forum By Sarah Kessinger School budget cuts, veterans affairs office closure, Medicaid reductions to nursing homes and other pressing issues came up during Saturday’s Legislative Forum in the Marysville City Building. The forum, which drew about 60 people, gave Rep. Sharon Schwartz, R-Washington, and Sen. Mark Taddiken, R-Clifton, who represent Marshall County, a chance to ... Read More »