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  Thursday September 18th, 2014    

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 Wednesday 02/19/2014 
12:00 am Observation Week
During Observation Week, we invite parents and families into the studio to allow them to see just what their students have been up to in class every week. This is a great way to support your young artists as well as the Conservatory. Seating will be provided inside the studios and the instructors will be asked to allow time at the end of classes to answer any questions you may have. Keep in mind that this week just marks the halfway point of our courses and there will also be a Demonstration Week at the end of the semester.


7:30 pm SPLaSH
Saint Mary's University Department of Theatre and Dance presents: SPLaSH- A Short Play Showcase


 Thursday 02/20/2014 
12:00 am Observation Week
During Observation Week, we invite parents and families into the studio to allow them to see just what their students have been up to in class every week. This is a great way to support your young artists as well as the Conservatory. Seating will be provided inside the studios and the instructors will be asked to allow time at the end of classes to answer any questions you may have. Keep in mind that this week just marks the halfway point of our courses and there will also be a Demonstration Week at the end of the semester.


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.


7:30 pm SPLaSH
Saint Mary's University Department of Theatre and Dance presents: SPLaSH- A Short Play Showcase


12:00 pm Women in Business Luncheon
You are invited to Women In Business Luncheonon February 20, 2014 featuring Diane Amundson.   Discover How To Introduce Yourself So People Want to Know More About You Learn How to Connect With Others Through Small Talk Understand How To Make A Positive Lasting Impression Learn How WIB Can Create More Opportunities for Members To Connect   Don't forget to wear your name tag. This presentation will be recorded.   **Lunch: Baked potato bar, coffee & water   Registration deadline 2-17-14   **PLEASE NOTE** If you register for this event and are unable to attend, you can send someone in your place or you can cancel with any one of the board members prior to the deadline shown above. If you don't do either of these, you will be expected to pay and will be billed for the meal. To register, visit our website www.wibwinona.org. If paying by check, please register and send your check to WIB PO BOX 264, Winona, MN 55987


 Friday 02/21/2014 
12:00 am Observation Week
During Observation Week, we invite parents and families into the studio to allow them to see just what their students have been up to in class every week. This is a great way to support your young artists as well as the Conservatory. Seating will be provided inside the studios and the instructors will be asked to allow time at the end of classes to answer any questions you may have. Keep in mind that this week just marks the halfway point of our courses and there will also be a Demonstration Week at the end of the semester.


7:00 pm Barn Dance
$5 admission per person; children 10 and under free Live music by the Misty Mountain Boys (www.themistymountainboys.com) Calling by Sue Hulsether (www.facebook.com/suehulsetherdance) Refreshments will be served throughout the evening. All dances are taught and will include square and circle dances, folkdances, waltzes, and polkas. All ages are welcome; no partner or prior experience is necessary.


7:30 pm SPLaSH
Saint Mary's University Department of Theatre and Dance presents: SPLaSH- A Short Play Showcase


 Saturday 02/22/2014 
12:00 am Observation Week
During Observation Week, we invite parents and families into the studio to allow them to see just what their students have been up to in class every week. This is a great way to support your young artists as well as the Conservatory. Seating will be provided inside the studios and the instructors will be asked to allow time at the end of classes to answer any questions you may have. Keep in mind that this week just marks the halfway point of our courses and there will also be a Demonstration Week at the end of the semester.


3:00 pm SPLaSH
Saint Mary's University Department of Theatre and Dance presents: SPLaSH- A Short Play Showcase


7:00 pm Mardi Gras Dance
Join the River City Ballroom Dancers for the Mardi Gras Dance on Saturday, February 22, 2014. The evening begins with optional Tango and Samba lessons at 7 p.m., followed by dancing from 8 to 10:30 p.m. The dance will be held at the Winona Athletic Club’s 2nd floor ballroom on 5th and Mankato Streets in Winona. Admission is $10 per person; $5 for students. Couples and singles of all ages welcome to attend. No dance experience required. Our dances incorporate high-energy modern hits and classic standards for your dancing pleasure!


7:30 pm SPLaSH
Saint Mary's University Department of Theatre and Dance presents: SPLaSH- A Short Play Showcase


 Sunday 02/23/2014 
3:00 pm SPLaSH
Saint Mary's University Department of Theatre and Dance presents: SPLaSH- A Short Play Showcase


 Thursday 02/27/2014 
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.


 Friday 02/28/2014 
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 03/01/2014 
5:00 pm NWTF Winona Chapter Membership Banquet
The Winona Chapter NWTF Banquet is March 1, 2014 at the Winona Elks Lodge and tickets are available now. For more information on attending, donating or be involved as a sponsor please contact Scott Schindeldecker at 1.507.450.4761


7:00 pm National Lutheran Choir Hymn Festival
The National Lutheran Choir (NLC), a 66-voice choir based in Minneapolis, MN, invites the community of Winona and surrounding cities to join them for an evening of hymn singing. David Cherwien, Artistic Director of the NLC and Cantor at Mount Olive Lutheran Church in South Minneapolis, is set to conduct and perform on the organ. Community members will have the opportunity to sing beloved hymns known to many.


7:00 pm Barn Dance
$5 admission per person; children 10 and under free. Live music by the Misty Mountain Boys; Calling by Sue Hulsether. Refreshments will be served throughout the evening. All dances are taught and will include square and circle dances, folkdances, waltzes, and polkas. All ages are welcome; no partner or prior experience is necessary.


 Sunday 03/02/2014 
8:30 am French Toast Breakfast
The Wilson Fireflies 4-H Club, in conjunction with Winona Volunteer Services and their March Food Drive, is sponsoring a French Toast Breakfast on Sunday, March 2, 2014 from 8:30-Noon. The event will be held in the Community Room at the Wilson Fire Station located near the junction of Hwy 43 & I-90. French Toast, sausage, eggs, fresh fruit, milk, juice, & coffee will be served. Family $15, ages 6-12 $3, 5 and under free. Bring 2 items for the food shelf and receive $1 off your breakfast. Cash donations for the food shelf will also be accepted


 Wednesday 03/05/2014 
7:00 pm "Blank Page"
SEED endeavors to make art for Winona, by Winona. In this installation of their Experiment Series, SEED will examine date rape. This spoken word and dance piece will present stories from members of our Winona and Winona State communities. Through artistic devices, SEED hopes to boldly continue the conversation of sexually based violence vs. enthusiastic sexual participation.


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