PHOTO GALLERY – Dassel-Cokato graduated its Class of 2018. Click here to see highlights from the ceremony. Select images will appear in the June 8 edition of the Enterprise Dispatch.
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DASSEL, MN – Just a few years ago, Hudson Dehler’s parents, Tony and Kelsey Dehler, of Dassel, were looking for a constructive way to help their first-grader focus and channel his energy.
So, they enrolled Hudson in classes at Crow River Martial Arts in Litchfield.
Look for Dehler’s story in the Friday, June 1 edition of the Enterprise Dispatch. Click here for newsstand locations.
DASSEL, COKATO, MN – The first FungusAmongus Players of Dassel-Cokato performance of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” will take place Friday, June 8 at 6:30 p.m. at L. Louise Art & Home, 651 Parker Ave W., Dassel.
A full list of performances and other details was on page 10A in the May 25 edition of the Enterprise Dispatch. All performances are open to the public; a freewill offering is appreciated.
For last-minute schedule changes, visit www.fungusamongusplayers.org, or find FungusAmongus Players of Dassel-Cokato on Facebook.
DASSEL, MN – The Lake Arvilla Cemetery Association annual meeting will take place Wednesday, June 6 at 7 p.m. at the Carold Anderson home, 907 Sellards Drive, in Dassel.
DASSEL, MN – The work of photographer Jeff Peller will be at the Dassel History Center & Ergot Museum as the “Art on Four”exhibits continue. His work will be displayed through June with an opening Saturday, June 2 from 10 a.m. to noon.
Sponsored by the Dassel Area Historical Society, Art on Four will continue at the History Center with different artists almost every month. There is no admission charge.
DASSEL, MN – A POW exhibit opened on Memorial Day at the Dassel History Center, and will be available through Saturday, June 22. It features artifacts and text about prisoners of war from the Dassel area.
The exhibit is from the Dassel Area Historical Society (DAHS) collection and from families that have brought items in for the exhibit. The names in the DAHS records include Richard A. Johnson, Rodney Nelson, Gordon Carlson, Victor Anderson, Chester Peterson, Benjamin Wuotila, and Holger Moline.