2-4 "A Borrowed Tomb" First Assembly of God Church,
     7:30 p.m. April 2 & 3, 4 p.m. April 4

15-18 "Biloxi Blues" M.A.T.S.  Dinner Theatre
     Parker Senior Center  7 p.m., 15-17, 1 p.m. 18th
      Adults $17, Seniors $15 Children $14 includes dinner

17 Nodakords "Good Time Music Show"
     8 p.m. MSU Student Union Ballroom, $10 Advance, $12 at the Door
     852-2875 (Tom)

23  Elks Band Dinner 6 p.m.. Concert and Dance 8 p.m.
     Moose Club

23 MSU Brass Festival with Guest Artist Fred Mills
     Nelson Hall, 7 p.m.

24 Minot Symphony Orchestra "An Evening at the Pops"
     Nelson Hall, 7:30 p.m. 858-4228

25 Minot Chamber Chorale Spring Concert and Ice Cream Social
     Place tba 3 p.m. call JoAnn 852-3736

25 Brass Band of Minot Spring Concert
     Nelson Hall 4 p.m.

28 MSU String Ensemble
     Nelson Hall, 7:30 p.m.


2 Voices of Note 15th Anniversary Spring Concert
     3  p.m. Location tba

2 Western Plains Children's Choir Annual Spring Concert
     2 p.m. Nelson Hall

 4 MSU Band Concert, Nelson Hall, 7:30 p.m.

6-8 MSU Communications Arts Black Box (Mature Audiences)
     "Sex, Drugs and Rock & Roll" 8 p.m.

8  Phoenix Rising "Body snd Soul" Central Campus
     with  18th Century Orchestra from Magic City. H.S.

15  "We Dance United" Institute of Dance
     7 p.m.Central Campus, $5

15 M. A..T.S.  One Act Plays
     Parker Senior Center Benefit for Commission on Aging.

15 "Sytendai Mai Celebration" Sons of Norway Dance group from Tioga  
     Sibyl Center, with Wood Carvings Display

16 "We Dance United" Institute of Dance
     2 p.m.Central Campus, $5



(In and around the Minot area)

International Music Camp

  Free Summer Concerts
Held in the Masonic Memorial Auditorium

for more information
Call 701 838-8472 (May)701 263-4211 (June)



 April 13-May1
Student Art Show

By Appointment - #2 N Main 838-4445
Executive Director: Nancy F. Brown
- email address:
Tuesday - Friday 12:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Saturday - 12:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
- Admission is by suggested contribution
$2.00 - Individual
$5.00 - Family
$1.00 - Seniors and Students
free- members and children under 6

  FAMILY FUN ART $50 for 2, $70 for 4

Northwest Art Center, MSU

April, Juried Student Art

G. B. Olson Library

 April, Dean Coliin Fay

 Lecture Series


Minot Camera Club

Call 838-0606 for further Information


( See Performances above)

Minot Area Theatrical Society
(Click for Website)

Phone 852-2290


Railroad Museum of Minot

  Now at a new location! #19 1st St. NE
Open M,W,F. 10-12 a.m., 1-4 p.m. Sat. 1-4 p.m.

Magic City Express in Roosevelt Park
7 Days a Week, May thru October


Ward County Historical Society
Museum, Research Center and Historic Village

 "A Great Place to Spend a Sunday Afternoon"

Lecture Series
(in the Samuelson House, Pioneer Village, Fairgrounds)

  Exhibit "Our Scandinavian Heritage"

 Museum Complex Open Mon-Fri 9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Saturday, Noon to 4 p.m.
ND State Fairgrounds 839-0785



Carnegie Center

Esther Ost, Executive Director 839-1993
Now Taking Reservations

Programs for Parents and Children

Family Music for Babies, birth to 15 months
Family Music for Toddlers, 15 months to 3 1/2 years
Kindersong, ages 4 to 6
Music Makers; at home in the world, ages 4-6
Music Makers; around the world, ages 5-7
Music Makers; at the  Keyboard ages 5-9
God's Children Sing; ages 1 1/2 -5


Institute of Dance and Ballet Theatre 837-0239

1212 - 4th Ave NW
Minot, ND 58703
(701) 837-0239

Rising Phoenix Contemporary Dance Co. 852-5626

The Dance Co. 838-5094


Prairie Quilt Guild

Monthly Meetings , First Monday , 7:00 p.m.
Our Lady of Grace Catholic Church, 707 16th Ave SW
New Members are welcome!!

  International Artist Series of Minot
(Formerly Community Concerts)

See Performances (above)

North Dakota Public Radio

Bismarck...90.5 FM Williston...89.5FM
Jamestown...91.5 Dickinson...89.9FM

12:30 p.m. (unless posted otherwise)





 We receive listings of artistīs jobs regularly from the North Dakota Council on the Arts,
 and are happy to share them with our members and others in the community.
Visit our office at 1809 S.  Broadway, and peruse the extensive listings.



More than 41 million people in the United State are without health insurance; many of those are artists. To help combat this problem, the Actors' Fund of America recently announced the launch of the Artist Health Insurance Resource Center. Created with major support from the national Endowment for the Arts, the Center will provide artists and arts organizations with information that will help them secure affordable health insurance.
Visitors to the Center's web site, www.actorsfund.org. can receive information about how to select a plan, what individual and group  insurance plans are available in your state, a list of health and insurance advocacy organizations, and art associations you can  join to qualify for group coverage.
For more information, contact the Actor's Fund at 212-221-7300.


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