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The Litchfield Opera House is in the midst of a decades-long renovation to restore it to its original early 1900s splendor.
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The Dawson-Boyd Arts Association, in its 21st season, has brought more than 100 shows to the town of not quite 1,500 people throughout its existence, and it's far from finished.
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The Prairie Pothole Conservation Association aims to inspire generations of outdoor enthusiasts through its annual Prairie Pothole Day event, and is looking forward to celebrating its 40th event in 2023.
The Prairie Pothole Conservation Association, in partnership with Stoney Ridge Farm near New London, hosted the 39th annual Prairie Pothole Day on Saturday, Sept. 10, 2022.
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Native American culture and language was nearly lost after generations of young people were sent to boarding schools. Organizations like Dakota Wicohan in Morton are working to preserve and pass the language and Native ways on for future generations.
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It was just what was needed at the beginning of the pandemic, even though few knew it at the time. It's still needed now. The It Takes a Village — Willmar Facebook group has helped people get help, look for advice and find lost pets.

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The cultural liaisons at Willmar Public Schools can help ease the transition for kids and families who are new to the country and speak little English. They work mostly with children, but the advice they give can help families, too.
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Since 1997, the Norway Lake Lutheran Historical Association has not only commemorated the very first Lutheran church built in the area, but is also keeping the stories of those pioneers alive. Over the years, the organization has found new ways to not only tell the histories of those first Norwegians but also invite representatives from modern-day immigrants to share their experiences.
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2022 marks the 65th anniversary of the Willmar Area Symphonic Orchestra. The group got its start in the living room of its founder, and today brings dozens of musicians from around the region together to play. The orchestra puts on multiple concerts a year with a mission to provide its community with access to high-quality orchestral music.

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