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Looking for a special gift for the Mom in your life or decor to brighten your home for the warmer days ahead? Come see what treasures await you at the Spring 2014 Cottage Cupboard. We feature repurposed furniture, hand painted wall decor, fun and funky aprons, soaps, cards and beautiful handmade jewelry. Flowers and garden stakes will also be found here as we celebrate Spring. New to the Cottage this season are DIY pieces for re-purposing that will be available for purchase.
Donuts and refreshments both at the event and for train passengers for all trains on National Train Day. The program will be highlighted by a presentation by Winona Mayor Mark Peterson, plus, there will be a discussion on Minnesota high speed rail led by Bill Spitzer and a presentation on the historical train depot facilitated by Greg Gout.
Enjoy a family friendly hands-on experience sheep shearing Scottish black-face sheep followed by a wood-fired pizza party.
Jennifer Anderson, WSU associate professor of geoscience, will present “When Night Becomes Day: Light Pollution in Winona” at 7 p.m. Following her talk, solar scopes and telescopes will be available for viewing the Sun, the Moon, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn and other deep sky objects. There will be activities for children of all ages and opportunities to learn about and touch meteorites.
Ben Kuzay is one of the world’s leading instrumental bassists. Having first made a name for himself by playing in extreme metal bands such as Monstrosity and Wykked Wytch, as a solo artist he combines classical, ambient, and rock to create the perfect balance of atmosphere and technical brilliance.
The Winona Brass Band is a British style brass band made up of 25 brass players and percussion section. Founded in 1993 and is directed by Dr. Dick Lindner. Many of the players are current and former concert band directors from Winona and surrounding communities. We also have college students, high school students, and community members who just love to play.
A space for area musicians to get to know each other, share songs and ideas…an opportunity to try out new material or jam on old favorites among fellow musicians and appreciative listeners…a musical potluck! All acoustic musicians welcome. Bring instruments, voices, songs or just come to listen.
Everyman Productions and Ryan Witt bring a viewpoint on Hamlet to get fans and first time Shakespeare viewers alike excited for the upcoming GRSF season. Fifteen to twenty minute speeches will be given on the similarities and differences between The Dark Knight and the Sweet Prince throughout the evening along with Q and As if interested.
The Old Fashions are Amanda Chessa and Byron Sorrells. In December of 2011, an escaped Texan met a native New Yorker from Westchester County. The two formed The Old Fashions. The Brooklyn duo makes soulful roots rock that appeals to whiskey-sipping Texan types, Brooklynites, and any one who likes a seamless blend of country, pop, and rock.
Join us on the Peace Plaza for Cars & Coffee, Saturday mornings from 9:00AM – Noon. Teaming up to bring you the best of the best cars are The Museum of Automotive History and the Rochester Area Corvette Enthusiasts.