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  Monday October 20th, 2014    

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 Thursday 01/30/2014 
4:00 pm Semcac Center Open House
As of Jan. 2, 2014 the location that has previously been used solely for Semcac Clinic in Winona is now permanently also the location for Semcac Outreach & Emergency Services. Please join us for an Open House to welcome the renamed and re-branded location: Semcac Center. Semcac Center Open House on Thursday, January 30, 4 PM to 6 PM. Light refreshments will be provided.


 Friday 01/31/2014 
1:00 pm Health Insurance Education and Enrollment Events
The Semcac Clinic in Winona will be opening its doors to anyone who is interested in getting more information about MNSure or enrolling in health insurance plans. (You do not need to use Semcac Clinic services to come.) No need to RSVP or make an appointment, just walk in. Enrollment Event Dates & Times Friday, January 17, 2014 1:00 – 5:00 pm Friday, January 31, 2014 1:00 – 5:00 pm Friday, February 14, 2014 1:00 – 5:00 pm Friday, February 28, 2014 1:00 – 5:00 pm Friday, March 7, 2014 1:00 – 5:00 pm Website: http://www.semcac.org/2013/12/mnsure-navigator-at-semcac-clinic/


 Saturday 02/01/2014 
9:00 am Winona Farmers Market
Locally grown food and other goodies at winter Winona Farmers Market


 Tuesday 02/04/2014 
12:05 pm Winona Toastmasters Club
Are you growing your career? Would you like to become a better public speaker, a better listener and a better leader? Join Winona Toastmasters today! Come to a meeting and find out what it’s all about. For more information, contact Winona Toastmasters President Janneka Sobeck at 507-439-9825


 Thursday 02/06/2014 
2:00 pm WSU Senior University - The Short, Wild and Woolly
This course allows discussion on where English came from, what other languages had major influences on it, and what historical events caused it to morph into what it has become today. Sections will cover the pre-historical period, Old English (449 to 1100), Middle English (1100-1500), Early Modern English (1500-1800) and Today’s English with the changes they all encountered while growing from a small group of wandering Paleolithic tribes to today’s worldwide dominant language.


 Saturday 02/08/2014 
11:00 am 20th Annual Chili Cookoff
Chili from area restaurants will be available at the 20th Annual Chili Cookoff, sponsored by Winona National Bank. This year’s Cookoff promises to be an exciting family event with food and entertainment. All proceeds benefit Ready Set School, which will kick-off its annual fundraising campaign. The Chili Cookoff features mild and spicy chili which will be judged by a panel of celebrity judges. The chili will also be available to the public for just $7 for all you can eat, and the public is invited to judge the chili to determine the winner of this year’s Public Tasters’ Choice Award. In addition, there will be hot dogs, chips, pop, and other food and beverages available for purchase.


 Tuesday 02/11/2014 
7:30 pm Page Series: Lady Smith Black Mambazo
Nominated sixteen times for the Grammy awards, South African a cappella group Ladysmith Black Mambazo, led by founder and leader Joseph Shabalala – celebrates over fifty years of joyous and uplifting music that marries the intricate rhythms and harmonies of their native South African musical traditions to the sounds and sentiments of Christian gospel music. Assembled in the early 1960s in South Africa by Shabalala – then a young farmboy turned factory worker – the group took the name Ladysmith Black Mambazo – Ladysmith being the name of Shabalala’s rural hometown; Black being a reference to oxen, the strongest of all farm animals; and Mambazo being the Zulu word for axe, a symbol of the group’s ability to “chop down” any singing rival who might challenge them. Paul Simon visited South Africa in the 1980s and incorporated Black Mambazo’s rich tenor/alto/bass harmonies into his Graceland album – a landmark 1986 recording that was considered seminal in introducing world music to mainstream audiences. Since that time they have maintained a respect and a reverence for their past. The centuries-old story of their homeland – sometimes joyous, sometimes troubled, but always rich and exhilarating – has been at the very foundation of this vocal group since its very beginning. But alongside the South African history witnessed by an entire world, there’s a quieter, more personal past shared by the members of Ladysmith Black Mambazo – a time of youth and innocence, when the world consisted of nothing more than the hills and open fields of their parents’ farms in Zulu country. We are pleased to welcome the most widely known a cappella group in the world back to our stage since they first visited us in 2006.


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