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  Sunday October 19th, 2014    

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 Wednesday 04/23/2014 
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 04/25/2014 
7:30 pm MCA's DRC 40th Anniversary Spring Concert
Join us in celebrating the 40 year anniversary of MCA's Dance Division in an evening featuring the history of MCA and the re-staging of works from years past.


 Saturday 04/26/2014 
10:00 am Studio Ramble Spring Art Tour
Red Wing area artists invite the public to visit their studios during the Studio Ramble Spring Studio Tour and Art Sale. This annual event offers a unique opportunity to tour studios, meet artists, see and purchase art work in a variety of media including painting, printmaking, photography, sculpture, textiles, jewelry, computer imaging and Giclee prints. Visitors can explore the works of over 15+ artists among 10+ sites. Visit studioramble.com for a map, artist bios and event information. Brochures are available at the Red Wing Arts Association, 418 Levee Street, Red Wing, MN, and local shops.


3:00 pm MCA's DRC 40th Anniversary Spring Concert
Join us in celebrating the 40 year anniversary of MCA's Dance Division in an evening featuring the history of MCA and the re-staging of works from years past.


3:00 pm SMU Music: Chamber Orchestra
The orchestra is composed of Saint Mary’s students and faculty, along with Winona community members who perform wonderful orchestral repertoire in the SMU and Winona Community. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for seniors and students and can be purchased at the SMU Performance Center Box Office or over the phone at (507) 457-1715


7:00 pm Dancing Through the Decades
Join the River City Ballroom Dancers for the Dancing through the Decades dance on Saturday, April 26, 2014. From the Swing era, through the crooners, disco to the Hip-Hop Era! The evening begins with optional Quick Step and Hustle 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.


 Sunday 04/27/2014 
10:00 am Studio Ramble Spring Art Tour
Red Wing area artists invite the public to visit their studios during the Studio Ramble Spring Studio Tour and Art Sale. This annual event offers a unique opportunity to tour studios, meet artists, see and purchase art work in a variety of media including painting, printmaking, photography, sculpture, textiles, jewelry, computer imaging and Giclee prints. Visitors can explore the works of over 15+ artists among 10+ sites. Visit studioramble.com for a map, artist bios and event information. Brochures are available at the Red Wing Arts Association, 418 Levee Street, Red Wing, MN, and local shops.


3:00 pm SMU Music: Chamber Orchestra


 Wednesday 04/30/2014 
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**


 Saturday 05/03/2014 
9:00 am Ride in and Show Motorcycle show
Winona American Legion 302 East Sarnia Winona Mn . Winona American Legion Riders would like to invite you to share the fun of showing off your bikes and at the same time raise money for the freedom honor flight . Motorcycle Registration 9-10am Trophies will be awarded at 2pm $5 entry fee and $1 per vote Vendors 9am – 3pm Food & Beverages will be available inside the Legion Proceeds benefiting the Freedom Honor Flight and other local charities. Vendors / Questions? Contact jazmyn769@yahoo.com OR 507-313-1183 Hosted by Winona American Legion Riders


7:00 pm Opening Reception for Paintings by Kyle Dawn Hills
'Mississippi Moods' An Opening Reception for Paintings by Kyle Dawn Hills will be held at The Red Horse Gallery in Fountain City on Saturday May 3rd 2014 from 7p.m until 9 p.m. Refreshments will be served.


 Tuesday 05/06/2014 
7:00 pm The BEEHIVE COLLECTIVE presents ROCK BOTTOM in the
We are ABUZZ with excitement that the Beehive Collective is making a stop in Winona Tuesday evening, to share their breathtaking artwork and stories in their presentation, ROCK BOTTOM in the Age of Extreme Resource Extraction: Fracking, Sulfide Mining, and Tar Sands in the Great Lakes Region! The Beehive is an all-volunteer swarm of educators, artists, and activists using images to communicate and educate about the complex realities of our times. The dizzyingly detailed, hand-drawn, large-format posters and banners are portable murals that come alive through storytelling, illuminating how single issues are interconnected and part of bigger systems. Join in as the Bees deconstruct often overwhelming global issues in an engaging and interactive presentation, using metaphors from the natural world to connect social and environmental struggles. ROCK BOTTOM is a special new presentation, using allegorical images from "The True Cost of Coal" and "Mesoamerica Resiste" graphics and informative stories from around the Great Lakes bio-region.The Bees strive to go beyond illustrating only the bad news, rounding out the talk with stories of grassroots organizing, collective action, and inspiration. The story begins with exploring the legacy of colonial and industrial expansion, connecting that history to today’s top-down development plans and resource extraction. It continues with examples of resistance and alternatives, especially organized and led by Indigenous peoples. Celebrating ecological diversity is also a priority, with a cast of characters that includes many hundreds of species of insects, animals, and plants! The collaboratively produced, educational illustrations were created through an intensive and ongoing process of grassroots research. After graphics are completed, Bees tour all of the world to distribute the completed graphics widely as tools for storytelling, popular education, organizing, and movement building. The event is free and open to the public! Visit http://www.beehivecollective.org/


 Wednesday 05/07/2014 
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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