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 Wednesday 07/23/2014 
10:00 am American Red Cross Blood Drive
Make a difference and give blood! Visit the American Red Cross online at http://www.redcrossblood.org/make-donation to schedule your appointment.

 Thursday 07/24/2014 
4:00 pm Adoption Info Meeting
Adoption is a great way to start or expand your family. Catholic Charities will be offering an opportunity for people to gain information about adoption through an informational meeting. Anyone thinking about adoption is encouraged to attend in order to get more information about what the process involves. Additional information can be found at www.ccwinona.org. A meeting will be held at the Winona Catholic Charities office, 111 Market Street Suite 2, on Tuesday, May 22nd at 12:30pm. Anyone interested in attending or who has questions should call Jodi at 507-454-2270 ex 228. If this meeting does not work for you, please call to set up an individual meeting. Catholic Charities serves people of all denominations and faiths.

 Sunday 07/27/2014 
10:30 am Peter and Kathryn Esch Family Reunion
This is a reunion of the Peter and Kathryn Esch family descendants. We ask that everyone bring a dish to share and their own beverages. Hotdogs, hamburgers, brats, plates, napkins, utensils, condiments, and hospitality will be provided. Please RSVP Tina Fruechte so that we have an idea of how many people will be attending. My email is: tina_fruechte@cps.k12.mn.us, my phone number is 507-458-0528.

 Monday 07/28/2014 
12:00 am WSU Senior University - Outdor Adventures
Gain an appreciation and concern for our natural environment while exploring outdoor activities. Learn new skills, meet new people and get outside! Activities include geocaching, rock climbing, canoeing and kayaking, as well as high & low ropes course initiatives and elements. All activities follow the challenge by choice philosophy and are facilitated by nationally certified instructors. Step out of your comfort zone and join others in four weeks of new adventures in the Mississippi River Valley! **Times will vary depending on activity**

 Friday 08/01/2014 
7:00 pm Opening Reception
An opening reception will be held for New Art Works by Jamie Schell at The Red Horse Gallery in Fountain City. Refreshments will be served.

 Saturday 08/02/2014 
11:00 am HazelFest
Join us for a day of fun and fellowship celebrating life and recovery Saturday, August 2 - 11 am to 8 pm at Hazelden in Center City, MN National Circuit Speakers - Great Music 40+ Exhibitors Family Activities Food Trucks Fellowship Fun Featuring: THE JAYHAWKS Keying off a three-album, expanded-edition set reissue this summer, nationally acclaimed band The Jayhawks will reunite to headline the day of recovery rock at HazelFest. The Jayhawks became one of the most important bands of the 1980s postpunk era by forging a rootsy sound that wasn't quite rock or country. Led by singer-songwriter Gary Louris, who in 2012 shared with fans that he had begun his recovery from addiction, this beloved and iconic Minnesota band soared to heights few ever achieve while winning the hearts and minds of numerous critics, fans, and peers in the process. TRAPPER SCHOEPP AND THE SHADES Trapper Schoepp has the ear of a troubadour, the eye of a journalist, and the heart of a young poet. Themes ranging from pride of place to love and adventure shine with surprisingly sophisticated metaphors for a songwriter still in his early 20's. Trapper and his brother, Tanner, grew up harmonizing with each other in rural Wisconsin. Now, their Milwaukee band is bringing its rock-, folk-, and country-tinged brand of Americana music to cities everywhere, touring with the likes of the Old 97's, the BoDeans, and The Wallflowers. COMMUNIST DAUGHTER In the mid-2000s, Twin Cities musician Johnny Solomon received critical national praise, but the rising success of his band masked his struggle with addiction, which quickly eclipsed his career. It wasn't until he met a young singer named Molly Moore that his songs became the beginning of something new --Johnny's recovery and a band called Communist Daughter. In 2011, they released their debut album, Soundtrack to the End, making a splash with recordings featured on the TV show Grey's Anatomy. Now with a sophomore album out, the band is returning to the HazelFest stage a second time. DAVINA AND THE VAGABONDS Davina Sowers leads this Minneapolis band that has caused a stir on the national blues scene by combining New Orleans charm, Memphis soul swagger, and tender gospel, fueled by a truly unique voice, great piano, and fun horns. Davina also brings to the HazelFest stage an infectious presence that will leave everyone with a smile. While her music has been compared to Etta James, Bonnie Raitt, Billie Holiday, and even Betty Boop, the comparisons don't suffice--Davina is a true original. Bring your family for the day. Tickets $20 in advance or $30 at the door. Children 12 and under free. To purchase tickets in advance go to: http://www.hazelden.org/web/public/event.view?eventId=4345902


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