Here's a sampling of what's up in the region this weekend and into next week.
Friday, October 21
Bemidji First City of Arts Studio Cruise, 10 to 5 Friday and Saturday, 10 to 3 Sunday.
Lakes Area fall fine art show, 10 to 5 Friday and Saturday at the Nisswa Community Center.
James Keelaghan at the Live Well Nightclub in Nisswa, part of the Grassroots Concert Series.
Saturday, October 22
Tapestry weaving demonstration at Bemidji Community Art Center, 10 to 3.
Stomping bluegrass of Saint Anyway, at Brigid’s Cross, Bemidji.
Cab Calloway Orchestra, led by the famous bandleader’s grandson, 7:30 at the Reif Center, Grand Rapids.
Sunday, October 23
The Beltrami County Historical Society semi-annual meeting will include presentations and music, starting at 2 p.m. at the Saum School.
Tuesday, October 25
A national touring company presents “Of Mice and Men” at the Central Lakes College Theatre in Brainerd Tuesday, starting at 7:30.
Wednesday, October 26
The Art History brown bag series continues at MacRostie Art Center. Ashley Kolka moves through the history of American art with a focus on works found in Minnesota collections.
Minnesota History Datebook
Oct. 20, 1818 The northern boundary of the United States is set at the forty-ninth parallel of latitude, extending from the Lake of the Woods to the Rocky Mountains.