THE LIST: Lucky Strike mom-son bowling, Jesi Mullins, 'Splendor of Norway,' etc.

Lucky Strike Today at Red Ray Lanes: The Grand Forks Park District will host its first mother and son bowling event, Lucky Strike Bowling, this afternoon at Red Ray Lanes, Grand Forks. Escorts can be a mom, grandma, aunt or someone special, for a...

Lucky Strike

Today at Red Ray Lanes: The Grand Forks Park District will host its first mother and son bowling event, Lucky Strike Bowling, this afternoon at Red Ray Lanes, Grand Forks. Escorts can be a mom, grandma, aunt or someone special, for an afternoon of bowling, pizza (provided by Pizza Ranch) and fun prizes. Register online: Info: Lynne Roche, (701) 746-2750.

Jesi Mullins

Acting in feature film: Jesi Mullins, a graduate of UND who performed in many area theater productions, including as a lead in the summer 2009 Crimson Creek production of "Hair," recently attended the New York premier of "Return to Start." She has a role in the independent feature film by award-winning director Ken Castellano, that explores what happens at the crossroads of life and love, said a news release. Mullins plays Shelley, a kind and supportive teacher unaware that the long-term relationship she treasures is being put in danger. Mullins also was featured in the History Channel's "Zombies: A Living History" and starred in the original off-off Broadway production of "Have You Tried Sexxx?" Info on the movie and Mullins:; .

Rosemaling exhibit


Through May 14 at Velkommen: "Splendor of Norway: Rosemaling Styles and Design" by Gayle Oram and Rochelle Wetsch will be at Velkommen in downtown Grand Forks through May 14. The exhibit and sale is of mixed media brushstroke and fiber art projects in the styles of Valdres, Telemark, Os, Setesdal, Hallingdal and Vest-Agder. Info: (701) 775-8482.

UND art exhibit

n Opening Monday at UND: "Andinka the Messenger," a MFA exhibition by Patrick Awotwe, will open Monday and run through Thursday at the Col. Eugene Myers Gallery in the UND Hughes Fine Arts Center. Closing reception: Thursday, 4 to 6 p.m.


April 17-19 at the Alerus: The ArtWise Elementary Art Show will be from 4 to 8 p.m. April 17-19 at the Alerus Center Ballroom, with 4,000 works of art by area schoolchildren and activities for all ages. Children will be able to make cave art, explore a gigantic timeline, dig for artifacts, design mosaics, pat¬tern fabrics and etch the king's and queen's gold coins, a news release said. Many local children's groups will perform during ArtWise. For a schedule, see . Arty the Owl: Children are invited pick up an Arty the Owl color sheet at Hugo's the week of April 9, color it and bring it to ArtWise for a chance at a $50 savings bond. Volunteers: To volunteer, go to artifacts.


April 13-15 in Crookston: The Crookston High School drama department will present its spring musical, "Cinderella," written by Richard Rogers and Oscar Hammerstein, at 7:30 p.m. April 13-15 at the Crookston High School auditorium. Cast: Sotonye Afonya, Rosa Argueta, Justin Burgoz, Lucas Butler, Madison Crane, Kathryn Erickson, Mariah Frisk, Kari Gillette, Kristin Goosen, Mercades Haglund, Naomi Henry, Joseph Hollcraft, Brian Johnson, Mickayla Johnson, Alina Noyes, McKaela Larson, Keaton Limper, Kailey Mykleseth, Cyrina Ostgaard, Allison Reinhart, Bryan Sanchez, Katelyn Stegman, Averi Thompson, Mitchell Wright. Sound and lights: Emma Dufault, Gabi Ostgaard, Addy Peck, Jasmine Powers. Directors: Beth Carlson, Joyce Johnson. Accompanist: Diane Erickson. Tickets: Adults, $10; students, $8; sold at the door.

Quilt show


April 14 in Larimore, N.D.: The Larimore Whipstitchers 10th biennial quilt show, "It's Raining Quilts," will be from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. April 14 at St. Stephen's Catholic Church, 311 W. Front St., Larimore. Admission: Freewill offering for salad luncheon; lots of door prizes.

Apollo Male Chorus

April 20 in East Grand Forks: The Apollo Male Chorus will present a concert at 7 p.m. April 20 at the East Grand Forks Performing Arts Center, featuring classic choral numbers, songs of the sea, spirituals and contemporary choral pieces. The concert will be dedicated to the memory of longtime East Grand Forks choral director Don Danielson, who died in 2010. Mark Bliven, East Grand Forks Class of 1977 and a student of Danielson's, sings baritone and is secretary of the Apollo organization. The Apollo chorus, established in 1895 and directed by Roger Satrang Hoel, is one of the oldest continuously performing male choruses in the United States. Organizer: The concert was organized by Shelley Bares, director of choral activities at East Grand Forks Senior High School and Our Savior's Lutheran Church. Admission: Donations accepted at the door or online at .

Rosenquist Fellow

Exhibit opens April 17 in Fargo: Lori Larusso, the 2012 James Rosenquist Artist in Residence with North Dakota State University Visual Arts, will present a solo exhibit April 17 through May 31 at the NDSU Memorial Union Gallery, Fargo. Info on Larson: . Opening reception: 4 to 6 p.m., April 19. Admission to gallery and reception: Free.

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