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  Friday November 28th, 2014    

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 Thursday 10/03/2013 
4:00 pm St. Charles Farmers Market
The St. Charles Farmers Market is bringing together local growers and artisans with high quality product. Market will run weekly from June to Mid October on Thursdays from 4pm - 7pm at the St. Charles city Hall located at 830 Whitewater Ave.


6:30 pm Stinky Cheese Man
Tickets: $14 Adults, $6 Seniors & Students Jack has a problem. He’s successfully grown an enormous beanstalk, scaled to the top, and stolen a golden harp and gold-laying goose from the sleeping giant. However, the giant has now awoken and Jack has scurried back down the beanstalk in the hopes of chopping it down before the giant can catch him. Jack could possibly even make a clean escape if only the Little Red Hen would quit harping on and on about all the lazy animals who refuse to help her with her wheat. He devises a method to keep the giant somewhat diverted, by offering to tell him stories. The stories are all based upon other classic fairy tales with some fairly “stupid” twists.


 Friday 10/04/2013 
7:30 pm Ballroom Dance
20th Anniversary Celebration Dance, Formal Dance, Suits/Tux for guys and formal wear for the ladies. Dance to Time Travelers. Walk-ins are $30. See www.dancewinona.org for information.


 Saturday 10/05/2013 
10:45 am Big Muddy Run
Looking for a more unique running experience? Join the Big Muddy Run on Saturday, October 5 at Myrick Park in La Crosse. Choose a 5k or 1 mile run, each with obstacles, water, mud pits and more! Presented by Allergy Associates of La Crosse, the Big Muddy Run is a unique annual event to raise funds for the Children’s Museum of La Crosse. The Big Muddy Run is open to runners, age 7 +, of all skill levels. Note: runners age 7-10 must be accompanied by a registered adult and are restricted to the 1 mile route. Awards will be given to the top three individual male and female runners by age category. All participants will get a long-sleeved t-shirt , a drawstring bag, Oktoberfest button and other goodies. There will be a maximum of 250 participants, and the first 50 registrants will each get VIP parking and a “front of the pack” start! Registration for the fundraising event is $100 for age 16+, $75 for college students with ID# or $50 for age 7-15. Your friends, family, and co-workers will donate money to see you participate in this crazy, messy event – just ask them! Raise extra donations and earn special prizes, like a plush beach towel or a hooded sweatshirt! To register or get all the dirt on the event, visit www.bigmuddyrun.org or www.funmuseum.org. Inquire about volunteer and sponsorship opportunities. Registration opens July 2013.


1:30 pm Winona Walk a Mile in Her Shoes®
Winona Walk A Mile is looking for men to walk a mile in women’s shoes, literally! The event is October 5th, 2013 at Windom Park, located on the corner of Huff and Broadway. Registration and shoe pick up begins at 1:30pm and Walk begins at 3pm! Walk a Mile in Her Shoes® Winona: An International Men’s March to End Rape, Sexual Assault, and Gender Violence, The Winona, MN Walk is a great opportunity to create awareness and rally the community to prevent violence. All proceeds from the march will help local victims and survivors of sexual and domestic violence served by Women’s Resource Center. Ask your friends, family, and co-workers to help you end the cycle of violence by making a pledge and/or joining the walk. The walk is not limited to just men! Women and children are also encouraged to get involved in this community event! Contact the Women's Resource Center to pre-register now!


 Sunday 10/06/2013 
2:00 pm Cody Clauson Trio Concert
The Cody Clauson Trio, Coloma Wisconsin, will present an entertaining afternoon of music at historic Old Main in Galesville Wisconsin. Audiences will delight in a variety of music from the past and present.


 Monday 10/07/2013 
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 Senior University - Four Actresses of French Cinem
Come learn about the lives and films of four French actresses (three of whom are fairly well known in the US): Simone Signoret, Catherine Deneuve, Catherine Frot, and Audrey Tautou. Outside of class, there will be the oppoortunity to view nine films, three of which were directed by women. There will be two films per week, plus a bonus film entitled 8 Femmes (8 Women).


 Tuesday 10/08/2013 
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.


 Wednesday 10/09/2013 
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.


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.


4:30 pm Harvest DInner
The annual Harvest Dinner will be held from 4:30 until 6:30 pm on Wednesday, October 9, 2013 in the Parish Hall at St. Paul's Episcopal Church, 265 Lafayette Street. The menu will include Swedish meatballs, sliced ham, German potato salad, coleslaw, beet relish, applesauce, rolls, butter, and choice of assorted desserts. Tickets are $9.00 for adults and $4.00 for children under 12 and are available through ECW members--or call the church office at 452-5355 between 9 a.m. and noon. Take-outs are available with pre-purchased tickets.


7:30 pm Susan Werner
Tickets: $24 Adults, $22 Seniors & Students Folksinger's Hayseed Project Born in Manchester, Iowa, Werner grew up on her family's hog farm, but she took to singing rather than farming. When she was three, she grabbed attention at a family party with her rendition of a beer commercial jingle. "That was it. My life direction was fixed," Werner told Paul McKay of the Ottawa Citizen. Susan began making a name for herself in the folk scene of the early 1990s in Philadelphia, New York and Boston. She recorded five albums from 1993 to 2001 in the folk genre. Her next recording in 2004, I Can't Be New, was a departure encompassing, Tin Pan Alley, early torch, and jazz standards. Now based in Chicago, Warner's most recent music is infused with the rustic roots of American folk, blues and country music. Her 11th recording Kicking the Beehive includes guest appearances by Vince Gill, Mo'Keb, Paul Franklin. Susan’s newest project Hayseed, contains twelve songs on the subject matter of farming, rural America, locavores, food safety, and the comic potential of herbicides. Werner grew up on a family farm in eastern Iowa, where her parents still farm—and in Hayseed, she returns to the language and characters she knows best. Supporting three organizations she believes in this tour will help out Practical Farmers of Iowa, Ames, IA, Midwest Organic and Sustainability Education Service (M.O.S.E.S.), Spring Valley, WI, and The Land Institute, Salina, KS. "One of the most innovative songwriters working today." — Chicago Tribune


 Thursday 10/10/2013 
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.


4:00 pm St. Charles Farmers Market
The St. Charles Farmers Market is bringing together local growers and artisans with high quality product. Market will run weekly from June to Mid October on Thursdays from 4pm - 7pm at the St. Charles city Hall located at 830 Whitewater Ave.


 Friday 10/11/2013 
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.


11:00 am Fall Chicken Grill
Grilled chicken dinner with potatoes, beans, salad, bread, and apple crisp for $9 at Christ Lutheran Church, 821 Lincoln St. Arcadia, WI. Serving from 11 am to 1:30 pm, Friday, Oct. 11. Dine in, take out, and local delivery all available. Church phone 608 323 3572.


11:00 am Fall Chicken Grill
Fall Chicken Dinner on Friday, Oct. 11. Dine in or takeout. Local delivery also available at 608 323 3572. Grilled chicken, potatoes, beans, salad, bread, & apple crisp. $9.00


 Saturday 10/12/2013 
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.


 Sunday 10/13/2013 
11:00 am Saint John Nepomucene Fall FestivalTIVAL
Saint John Nepomucene Parish of Winona will hold its annual Fall Festival on Sunday, October 13, in the Saint Stanislaus Church Hall at 625 East Fourth in Winona. A Beef Tips dinner will be served from 11:00 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. Ticket prices are $9.00 for adults, $4.00 for children 6 to 12, no charge for children under 6. Tickets will be available at the door the day of the Festival. From 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. events will include a Big Ticket, quilt raffle with over 40 handmade quilts and other prizes, basket booth, candy booth, pop & popcorn, gift card raffle and children’s games. The drawing for the Big Ticket winners will be at 5:00 p.m. Lunch will be available starting at 1:30 p.m. The public is invited to join us at this year’s Fall Festival.


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