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News and Events

Keeping you in touch with MSC Southeast

What's Happening - January 16 to 22

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What's Happening is a weekly resource guide for free or low cost activities, events, music, museum experiences, lectures and cultural web links for MSC Southeast students, faculty and staff. To submit items for What's Happening, email David Echelard, dechelard@southeastmn.edu.

This week is starting off a little late because of the Dr. Martin Luther King Day Holiday followed by a campus weather-related closure on Tuesday. We do have some weekend events to highlight as well as items that reoccur every week. Next week we should be back to a regular What's Happening calendar.

 

Friday January 20

32º Freeze/Thaw (Gallery Show) Opening Reception 
Red Wing Arts Association Depot Gallery 418 Levee Street Red Wing, 6:00
You just can't forecast Minnesota's winters. This exhibit takes both a serious and playful approach to winter's unpredictability.

Saturday January 21

Sheldon Theatre Presents: Gulliver's Travels by Missoula Children's Theater 
The Sheldon Theatre 443 West 3rd Street Red Wing 3:00 & 5:30 performancea
In partnership with Goodhue 4H Working with professional teaching artists, Goodhue County 4H youth recount Gulliver's Travels. With his ship wrecked and his trusty computer on the fritz, brave explorer Gulliver finds himself lost in space in a sci-fi spin on a timeless s that is out-of-this world! 

Old School Variety Show @ the Pumphouse
The Pump House 119 King Street  La Crosse, WI
Every show is brand new and never rehearsed. Each and every show takes on its own natural rhythm dictated by the invited performers. The show is as fresh to the entertainers on stage as it is to the audience. 

Saint Mary's University presents: The Second City
SMU Performance center Winona 7:30
Chicago's legendary sketch and improv comedy theater returns to the Page Theatre with "The Best of The Second City."

Winter Formal with the River City Ballroom Dancers
Winona Athletic club 773 E 5th St 7:00
An evening of elegant Ballroom Dancing.

Sunday January 22

Luther College Nordic Choir
First Lutheran Church 410 Main St Onalaska, WI
The concert performance by the 72-member Nordic Choir is open to the public.
This concert is a part of Nordic Choir's 2017 Midwest Tour. The program will include selections from the following: "Jubilate Deo" by Benjamin Britten, "The Road Home" by the late Stephen Paulus, and "Always Singing" by Dale Warland, as well as hymn arrangements, spirituals, and the traditional Nordic Choir closing piece, "O Lord God" by Pavel Chesnokov. 

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Options every week

"Livewell: volunteer opportunities hub & links for Winona

Winona INDOOR Farmers Market 
East End Rec Center, 210 Zumbro St, Winona 9:00-12:00 (Select dates)
32 Vendors Offering Locally Grown Food

Rochester's Saturday Winter Farmer market Hours and Location 

Free Student Tuesdays at the Marine Art Museum
10:00 - 5:00   800 Riverview Drive Winona  

Cannon Valley Trail
The Cannon Valley Trail is a 19.7 mile long trail that runs through diverse and spectacular scenery on a former Chicago Great Western Railroad line connecting the cities of Cannon Falls, Welch and Red Wing in beautiful southeastern Minnesota.  A ski pass is required for cross country skiing.

Live Music at the Trempealeau Hotel  Trempealeau WI
Check out website for musical events

Acoustic Café Winona
Calendar of music entertainment

International Owl Center Houston MN
Educational visits and late night owl prowl opportunities!

Paul Watkins Art Gallery, Winona State University
Open 8:00 am - 4:00 pm daily

Lanesboro, MN
Art gallery, Commonweal Theatre and art events in a beautiful region -- an excuse for a road trip!

Rochester Art Center - Free Thursdays
40 Civic Center Dr SE, Rochester, MN 55904

National Eagle Center
50, Pembroke Ave,  Wabasha MN
Educational Nature, eagle watching and fun place to visit with friends and family. 

The Polish Cultural Institute and Museum
102 Liberty St., Winona
Winona's Kashubian Polish traditions through events and other initiatives.

The Winona County Historical Society

Goodhue County Historical Society
1166 Oak Street,  Red Wing

Red Wing Arts Association
418 Levee Street Red Wing
Ongoing exhibitions in gallery as well as summer concert series.

 


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