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  • Commonwealth Theatre Company

    Come with us as we explore the power of hope in the human experience through five very different stories that will tickle your fancy, challenge your mind, and warm your heart. As a non-profit, professional theatre we are dedicated to enriching the common good through our distinctive ensemble approach to read more

  • Crossings at Carnegie

    Set in the charming, 100-year-old space of a Carnegie library, Crossings offers ever-new experiences with monthly exhibits featuring regional artists, live music each week featuring critically acclaimed local and international musicians, and a gift shop full of treasures you won’t find elsewhere. Sign up for a class in the arts, read more

  • Wolf Ridge Environmental Learning Center

    An accredited environmental school for people of all ages, Wolf Ridge offers immersion programs which involve direct observation and participation in outdoor experiences. Programs focus on environmental sciences, human culture and history, personal growth, team-building, and outdoor recreation. A beautiful place to have an adventure near Lake Superior’s North Shore, read more

  • Sugarloaf Cove Nature Center

    With an easy one-mile interpretive trail on 34 acres as well as an interpretive center, it is a pleasure to learn about the natural and human history of the North Shore! Thirty years ago, Sugarloaf Cove was one of the most heavily impacted industrial sites on the North Shore. See read more

  • Becker County Historical Society

    Becker County Historical Society and Museum takes you on a walk through time. The museum is home to thousands of artifacts, the Walter D. Bird Research Library, and educational programs, all continuing their mission to preserve and communicate the history of Becker County and its people of all generations. Remarkable read more

  • Tamarac National Wildlife Refuge

    This 43,000 acre wildlife refuge hosts over 250 species of birds and is a premier production site for trumpeter swans. An auto tour route and visitor center offer spectacular vistas of marshes, trees, and wildlife. A small gift shop of wildlife books and locally made crafts serves as a fundraiser read more

  • Tamarac National Wildlife Refuge

    This 43,000 acre wildlife refuge hosts over 250 species of birds and is a premier production site for trumpeter swans. An auto tour route and visitor center offer spectacular vistas of marshes, trees, and wildlife. A small gift shop of wildlife books and locally made crafts serves as a fundraiser read more