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The Hiawatha Valley Mental Health Center will be hosting our 3rd Annual 5K and Baby K at Jaycee’s Pavilion in Winona, with an addition of a Family Benefit, to create awareness and fundraiser for our Youth and Adolescent Programs. Following the 5K and BabyK, we invite families to play some minute-to-win-it games, listen to music, and participate in additional family fun activities at the Family Benefit!
Sean and Samantha from Michigan travelin’ the country rubbertramp style (van living for life!maybe). They are playin’ music and meeting wonderful people. Ramblin’ along playing folk and bluegrass tunes.
A reminder that this Tuesday and every Tuesday is Free Student Tuesday. Bring your school ID for admission!
An Army veteran, turned Peace Corps Volunteer and program officer for the United States Agency for International Development, Tom Driscoll studied at the Iowa Playwrights Workshop. Author of many works of fiction, poetry and journalism, including Bleu: Selected Poems 1967 – 1998 and Ondine & the Blue Troll, Ten Parables, Tom is the Managing Editor of Shipwreckt Books Publishing Company andLost Lake Folk Opera literary magazine in Lanesboro. Following Driscoll’s presentation the open microphone session will be held as usual.
The WSU Outdoor Education and Recreation Center’s staff are leaders in the outdoor industry. If you are interested in learning new skills, meeting new people and getting outside? The Outdoor Education and Recreation Center (OERC) is the place for you! Whether its rock climbing, canoeing, kayaking, camping or backpacking, The OERC can help you learn the requisite skills or provide equipment needed for your next adventure. Sugar Loaf climbing classes and other activities will be discussed as well as some equipment. Learn great ways to stay active and explore Winona County – for all ages and abilities.
Thursdays on first & 3rd Summer Market & Music Festival is a weekly outdoor market of over 100 art, craft and food vendors and live entertainment every Thursday throughout the summer. Sit back and relax with friends and family as live dance and performing arts are featured from 11:30-12:30PM. Stick around for the Music Festival performances at 5:00PM and 7:00PM on two stages!
If you feel like getting your hands dirty, be sure to head to Historic 3rd Street for Arts & Culture LIVE! This area will feature different interactive art options each week!
The Cal Fremling Floating Interpretive Center & Classroom will be dedicated to creating a greater understanding of the broad multi-faceted nature of the Mississippi River and the people and places it touches. Our goal is to enhance our relationship to the River through research and education. Tens of thousands of elementary, secondary, college university students and community members will benefit from this resource which will provide a gateway to exploration and knowledge.
Emily Forst is an independent singer-songwriter from Milwaukee. Her debut album, Here We Go, recorded with an all-star team of NYC’s top session musicians, is a timely collection of songs of hope, healing, and faith. Emily’s music combines elements of pop, soul and Americana with layers of acoustic guitar and keyboard. Emily’s soaring vocals and gifted songwriting are reminiscent of Fiona Apple, Sarah McLaughlin and Sheryl Crow.
The Kitchen Dwellers formed about three years ago below the Bridger Mountains with the sizzle of afternoon breakfast and the warmth of Irish coffee brewing in the kitchen. The Kitchen Dwellers have been accepted into three Telluride Bluegrass Band Competitions, and were voted as one of the top three bluegrass bands in the country.