An alternative rock band of Little Falls High School students will headline the Concerts in the Park series at 4 p.m. Sunday at Maple Island Park in downtown Little Falls.
Known as Faultline, the band includes Andy Spofford, Mitch Johnson, Justin Kofoed and Matt Martin, who have been playing together for the past six years.
The group has released two CDs in its alternative rock style, but plans to mix up Sunday's musical lineup with cover tunes and lighter music to accommodate the park audience, according to a spokesman for the Great River Arts Association, the series' sponsor.
In other GRAA news, the Little Falls arts organization is offering several visual arts workshops for adults this summer, starting this week.
Painting, drawing, ceramics, interior design and cooking classes will be conducted by artists participating in the GRAA's PEAK program for young people this summer.
The size of each class is limited to 12 on a first-come basis. For more information, contact the GRAA at (320) 632-0960.
The Crossing Arts Alliance has announced the winners of its second annual poster contest for school-aged children. More than 200 posters were submitted for the contest, whose theme was "celebrating community through the arts."
Brianna Frisch, a 13-year-old seventh-grader at Washington Middle School in Brainerd, submitted the winning entry. She is the daughter of Brian and Connie Frisch of Brainerd.
Cherie Murdock and Devin Lambert, both seventh-graders at Washington Middle School, tied for second place in the grades 7-12 category. Thyra Artstrom and Justin Grater, both sixth-graders at Washington Middle School, took first and second in the K-6 division.
Frisch's winning poster will be on sale at the alliance's gallery, 617 Laurel St., Brainerd, later this month.
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