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  Monday September 15th, 2014    

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 Wednesday 03/26/2014 
12:00 am MCA's Demonstration Week
MCA invites parents and family members into the studio to see demonstrations of their young artists' hard work throughout the semester. Classes will run on their regular schedule and instructors will be asked to leave time at the end of each class to accommodate questions.


12:00 am WSU Senior University - The Sex Life of Trees
Five 2-hour walking field trips on and near WSU campus, Lake Park and Woodlawn Cemetary. Participants will discover the fascinating sexual strategies of trees and shrubs: some have a single gender, some both genders on the same flower or different flowers, some change genders as they age or their neighbors change, and some primarily reproduce asexually! Along the way, we will also learn to identify trees without their leaves and observe a large variety of spring wildflowers and flowering weeds. People usually assume that spring trees’ greenish blush is leaf growth, but in many cases the opening buds reveal flowers. **Every other Wednesday**


5:30 pm The Teenage Brain~Whats Going On In There?
Come learn about current research regarding the adolescent brain from Family & Children’s Center’s Therapists, Caryn Brakenridge and Alicia Hengel. This program will include a basic overview of how the teenage brain is wired and discuss theories behind why adolescents act, think, and feel the way they do. This workshop will help you better understand your teenager, offering more effective ways of establishing boundaries and communicating with him/her. Registration: Registration is required in advance to ensure we do not overbook. Space is limited to 25 participants. To register, contact Community Education at (507) 494-0900. You may also register in person at Winona Middle School After School Activities Office or at the Community Education office in the old Central School Building, 317 Market Street.


 Thursday 03/27/2014 
12:00 am MCA's Demonstration Week
MCA invites parents and family members into the studio to see demonstrations of their young artists' hard work throughout the semester. Classes will run on their regular schedule and instructors will be asked to leave time at the end of each class to accommodate questions.


 Friday 03/28/2014 
12:00 am MCA's Demonstration Week
MCA invites parents and family members into the studio to see demonstrations of their young artists' hard work throughout the semester. Classes will run on their regular schedule and instructors will be asked to leave time at the end of each class to accommodate questions.


 Saturday 03/29/2014 
12:00 am MCA's Demonstration Week
MCA invites parents and family members into the studio to see demonstrations of their young artists' hard work throughout the semester. Classes will run on their regular schedule and instructors will be asked to leave time at the end of each class to accommodate questions.


7:00 pm Fiesta Dance
Join the River City Ballroom Dancers for their Fiesta Dance on Saturday, March 29, 2014. The evening begins with optional Salsa and Merrengue 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!


 Sunday 03/30/2014 
4:00 pm Jazz Combos at Jefferson's
Join MCA's jazz combos for an evening of great tunes and even greater food!


 Monday 03/31/2014 
1:00 pm WSU Senior University - Making Sense of Modern Art
The class takes aim at the often bewildering history of modern art and its relentless flow of styles. Dispensing with a strictly chronological treatment of modernism, this selective approach emphasizes major styles/artists and major themes with respect to art content, artistic form, and expression. Discussion centers on the fundamental question of why artists, starting in the 1880s, abandoned representational styles in favor of alternative conceptions of what the work of art is.


 Wednesday 04/02/2014 
12:00 am WSU Senior University - The Sex Life of Trees
Five 2-hour walking field trips on and near WSU campus, Lake Park and Woodlawn Cemetary. Participants will discover the fascinating sexual strategies of trees and shrubs: some have a single gender, some both genders on the same flower or different flowers, some change genders as they age or their neighbors change, and some primarily reproduce asexually! Along the way, we will also learn to identify trees without their leaves and observe a large variety of spring wildflowers and flowering weeds. People usually assume that spring trees’ greenish blush is leaf growth, but in many cases the opening buds reveal flowers. **Every other Wednesday**


 Friday 04/04/2014 
7:30 pm SMU Music: Jazz Ensembles


7:30 pm The Buck Hollow Band Live!
John and Teresa return to the Winona American Legion for another rousing night of country and rock dance hits!


 Saturday 04/05/2014 
6:00 pm April Barn Dance
FREE admission. Live music by the Misty Mountain Boys and calling by Jesse Downs. 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.


7:00 pm Scots Gaelic Song & Pipe Music
Scotland’s Western Isles have preserved a wealth of traditional Scots Gaelic songs, as well as music for the pipes. This new duo combines these two ancient musical traditions, with forays into related music.  Vocalist Jennifer Licko, who also plays guitar, keyboards, bodhran and dances, has been studying and performing Scots Gaelic song for the past 15 years.  She is joined by Dick Hensold on pipes and whistle.   Please note that Highland pipes are NOT used for this program–NONE of the instruments used are very loud. This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Minnesota state arts board, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.


 Sunday 04/06/2014 
11:00 am MEATBALL DINNER
Highland Prairie Lutheran Church is having a MEATBALL DINNER on April 6, 2014 from 11 am - 1:30 pm. Menu: meatballs, mashed potatoes & gravy, glazed carrots, coleslaw, rolls, lefse, dessert and beverage. There will also be a bake sale and a raffle for a handmade quilt. The address is: 43267 Bowl Drive, Peterson MN 55962


3:00 pm SMU Music: Ned Kirk Recital


 Monday 04/07/2014 
12:00 am Get Yourself Tested Awareness Week
In honor of Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI) Awareness Month, Semcac Clinic will host Get Yourself Tested (GYT) Awareness Week April 7-11. Approximately, 1 in 2 sexually active young people will get a STI by 25. And of the estimated 19 million new STIs that occur every year in the United States, most will go undiagnosed. The only way to know for sure if you have an STI is to GYT. STI testing will also be available by appointment Monday – Friday for the public at Semcac Clinic, 76 W. third St. in Winona. Call 507.452.4307 to schedule your appointment today! Website: http://www.semcac.org


 Wednesday 04/09/2014 
12:00 am WSU Senior University - The Sex Life of Trees
Five 2-hour walking field trips on and near WSU campus, Lake Park and Woodlawn Cemetary. Participants will discover the fascinating sexual strategies of trees and shrubs: some have a single gender, some both genders on the same flower or different flowers, some change genders as they age or their neighbors change, and some primarily reproduce asexually! Along the way, we will also learn to identify trees without their leaves and observe a large variety of spring wildflowers and flowering weeds. People usually assume that spring trees’ greenish blush is leaf growth, but in many cases the opening buds reveal flowers. **Every other Wednesday**


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