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  Tuesday September 30th, 2014    

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 Friday 09/12/2014 
7:30 pm Page Series: Robot Planet: The Intergalactic Nemis
The year is 1933. Pulitzer-winning reporter Molly Sloan, her intrepid assistant Timmy Mendez, and a mysterious librarian named Ben Wilcott face the most serious threat Earth has ever known: an impending invasion of sludge monsters from the planet Zygon. Three actors - dozens of characters. One Foley artist - live sound effects. One keyboardist - cinematic score. And more than 1,250 hand-drawn, full-color, hi-rez, blow-your-mind comic-book images blasting from a two-story-high screen. LIVE. Are you ready for the adventure?


 Saturday 09/13/2014 
8:00 am Arcadia All Class Reunion
Advanced reservations would be appreciated.


7:00 pm Closing Reception at The Red Horse Gallery
A Closing Reception for Art Works by Jamie Schhell of Winona. Jamie's work is powerful and beautiful at the same time. Refreshments will be served.


 Sunday 09/14/2014 
1:00 pm Tea and Tour
Scheduled guided tours of the spectacular Kinstone campus with its megalithic stone circle, classic 7-circuit labyrinth, thatched cordwood chapel, straw-clay cabin, its many permaculture projects in process, and more are available on the second Sunday of the month from April through November at 1:00pm. Tea (beverage and dessert) will be served immediately after the tour and a short slideshow presentation about the building of Kinstone Circle will be shown. Dress for the weather. Sturdy walking shoes and a camera are highly recommended. Each tour lasts approximately two and a half hours and allows a maximum of 25 participants. First come first served. No advanced reservations or registration required. Fee: $10 Children ages 5-12: $5 Children under 5: Free


 Wednesday 09/17/2014 
7:00 am Robotics Alley Conference & Expo
Robotics Alley hosts an annual conference and exposition in Minnesota’s Twin Cities, which is on pace to become one of the world’s leading conferences on robotics and automation. The 2014 Conference & Expo will feature two full days of networking, industry experts, valuable vendor connections, and of course – ROBOTS!


 Thursday 09/18/2014 
7:00 am Robotics Alley Conference & Expo
Robotics Alley hosts an annual conference and exposition in Minnesota’s Twin Cities, which is on pace to become one of the world’s leading conferences on robotics and automation. The 2014 Conference & Expo will feature two full days of networking, industry experts, valuable vendor connections, and of course – ROBOTS!


7:00 pm Lindy at the Levee
Calling all Hep Cats & Kittens (ladies and gents who like to SWING DANCE)! Slap on your ground-grippers (shoes) and join Molly & Stan Breitlow for a great evening of rug cutting (dancing) at the Levee. First is a Lindy Hop lesson followed by lively socialization and some tasty grub. Whether you’re a dead hoofer (poor dancer) or a ducky shincracker (good dancer), you’re soiten (certain) to have a swell (good) time. Bringing partners to dance with and snacks to share are optional; all ages welcome. In case of rain, meet at the Winona Athletic Club on Mankato Avenue. This event sponsored by the Winona Park & Recreation Department. FREE! http://www.rivercitydancers.org/video/Lindy%20at%20the%20Levee.pdf


 Saturday 09/20/2014 
8:00 pm Performance of Play about Air Force Drone Pilot
Winona State University’s Arts Administration Program will present a staged reading of GROUNDED performed by Carla Noack on Saturday, Sep 20 at 8:00 pm in the WSU Performing Arts Center’s Recital Hall. GROUNDED is a one-woman play about a U.S. Air Force fighter pilot in Afghanistan who, due to an unexpected pregnancy, is assigned to flying drones from over 7,500 miles away at a base in Nevada. Please note that this play contains mature content and language. The performance is free. Carla Noack was a member of the Great River Shakespeare Festival for five years and for ten years and was a co-artistic director of the Commonweal Theatre Company in Lanesboro. Currently, Ms. Noack teaches acting in the MFA program at the University of Missouri-Kansas City. For more information, contact Greg Neidhart at gneidhart@winona.edu


 Wednesday 09/24/2014 
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.


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