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This little guy came from a hoarding situation in September. All the dogs have found new homes and he’s the last one! He’s being fostered in Duluth through the Range Regional Animal Rescue. He’s learned how to be a pet and is ready for his forever home.You can see his PetFinder page for more info.
The shelter named him ‘Kelsey’ and we’ve changed it to ‘Dasher’! You’ll understand why when you see him outside!
Because of Dasher’s background, he cannot go to a house with small animals. He is a younger dog and needs a yard to run around in.
My husband and I are fostering a dog through the Range Regional Animal Rescue. Kodiak is around 3 years old and was seized with 37 other huskies from the range. We have gotten him healthy and house-broken and he’s ready for adoption. You can find him on this PetFinder page, through the shelter or contact me here for info.
One musical, one Shakespearean classic; both tales of unfaltering romances that go against all odds. At the beginning of July the directors, Kate Horvath and Liz Larson, started working with over 60 students to teach all aspects of the show, including stage direction, backstage assistance, technical requirements, costuming and front of house. The casts alternate performances while the opposite cast runs all the technical aspects during the performance, creating a complete theater learning experience for the students.
West Side Story Performances:
August 12, 18, 20 at 7 p.m. and 14 at 2 p.m.
Romeo & Juliet Performances:
August 11, 13, 19 at 7 p.m. and 21 at 2 p.m.
Adults: $10 | Students: $8
duluthplayhouse.org or 733-7555