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Events in the month of April 2018
DateEvent
04/02/18
Decorah Power Q & A

Decorah Power will host a question-and-answer session with Dave Berg at T-Bock's Upstairs.

Berg of NewGen Strategies and Solutions, the consulting team that conducted a recent feasibility study, will give a brief presentation and explain of why a municipal electric utility is in Decorah's best interest, before taking questions from the audience.

Community members interested in learning more before the May 1 vote are invited to bring their questions, comments and concerns.

Light refreshments will be served.
 

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04/03/18
 -04/27/18
'You Promised Me Poems' Art Exhibit

Internationally renowned artist Chris Kienke's exhibit "You Promised Me Poems," will be on display Tuesday, April 3, through Friday, April 27, in the Kristin Wigley-Fleming Fine Arts Gallery in Luther College's Center for the Arts.

There will be an artist's talk at 7 p.m. Thursday, April 26, in the Center for the Arts, Room 203, and a reception at 4 p.m. Friday, April 27, in the Kirstin Wigley-Fleming Fine Arts Gallery in the Center for the Arts. These events are open to the public with no charge for admission.
 

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04/04/18
Norse Athletic Association Spring Sports Luncheon

Luther College's Norse Athletic Association invites the Decorah Community to Pulpit Rock Brewery for the NAA Spring Sports Luncheon.

The luncheon, held in the banquet room at Pulpit Rock Brewery, costs $5 per person.
 

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04/04/18
Robert Felde: Death on the Dean's List


Dragonfly Books is thrilled to team with the Courtyard & Cellar to celebrate with local author Robert Felde and his new book Death on the Dean’s List. Navigating the unique atmosphere of a college campus, Death on the Dean’s List is a tangled web of deception and betrayal. Felde will talk about Death on the Dean’s List, share stories, and sign books at the Courtyard & Cellar.

If you find that you can't make it to the event but would still like to purchase a copy of Death on the Dean’s List, just give Dragonfly Books a call at 563-382-4275. One of the Dragonfly Books staff will be glad to reserve a book and have it autographed for you.


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04/05/18
Decorah Community Meal

Everyone in the community is invited to enjoy an evening meal at no charge. This is a time for fellowship with old friends and a chance to meet new ones. Delicious entrees are furnished by Sodexo (Luther College food service) and McCaffrey's Dolce Vita. Local churches and organizations provide salads, desserts, and volunteers.

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04/05/18
 -04/07/18
New Minowa Players Presents: Next to Normal

New Minowa Players has begun selling tickets for its upcoming show "Next to Normal". Tickets can be purchased locally at Oneota Community Food Co-op and online

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04/05/18
Paper Tigers Film Viewing & Discussion

Parents, guardians, mentors, grandparents, school & health professionals, college students, and community members are invited to attend to watch this riveting film. The film focuses on the lives of several high school students at Lincoln Alternative School in Walla Walla, Washington. They are faced with many challenges. Their principal, at-risk coordinator, and teachers change the way their school operates to meet students where they are and be there for them. An optional panel will follow with these members: Amanda Lawless-Anderson, Guidance Counselor, Turkey Valley School; Andy Eastwood, Visiting Assistant Professor of Social Work, Luther College; Jen Kimber, Certified Prevention Specialist, Helping Services; Scott Pierce, teacher & coach, Decorah High School.

This event is sponsored by Youth Mentoring at Helping Services and the Luther College Social Work Department.

 


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04/05/18
Business Workforce Alliance Workplace Stability Workshop

Are you dealing with employees that are constantly late, battling child care or transportation issues?  Low-wage workers can experience personal instability that leads to absenteeism, health problems and violations of workplace expectations, leading to lower morale, less attention to work and decreased job performance. 

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04/05/18
'The Role of Women in African Sufism'

Oludamini Ogunnaike will discuss women in Sufism during his lecture in the Center for Faith and Life Recital Hall on the Luther College campus.
 

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04/06/18
 -04/07/18
Apple Grafting School

Learn all about grafting and take home three apple trees to start your own orchard!

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04/06/18
 -04/08/18
Women's Weekend Out

Make plans now to participate in WWO 2018! More than 40 participating locations with fun sales, promotions, events, drinks, photo opps, and more! 

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04/06/18
Alaska String Band at Chase the Adventure

The Alaska String Band will be touring through Decorah and making a stop at Chase the Adventure.

Cost is $15 at the door.

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04/06/18
L.A. Theatre Works presents 'The Mountaintop'

Delivering the experience of a "live-in-performance" radio drama to more than 38 cities across the country, L.A. Theatre Works remembers the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.'s assassination with a performance of Katori Hall's play "The Mountaintop"

On April 4, 1968, Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated outside his motel room. L.A. Theatre Works brings it radio-style theatre to Decorah to imagine what may have transpired in that room the night before the assassination. King reveals his hopes, regrets, and fears, creating a masterful bridge between mortality and immortality.

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04/06/18
Decorah Blood Drive

Give blood. Help save lives.

The American Red Cross will be hosted by the Stone Ridge Community Church for a Decorah blood drive.

Call for appointment or visit www.redcross.org

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04/06/18
'Women, Faith and Finance' Seminar

Area women of all ages will have an opportunity to learn more about financial management, retirement and estate planning, and charitable giving at the 14th annual Women, Faith and Finance seminar.

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04/06/18
Luther College Book Shop's 80th Birthday Party

On Friday, April 6th stop in the Luther College Book Shop and party with the Book Shop Crew. The Book Shop is celebrating 80 years of serving Luther College and the community. Enjoy cake and great in-store promos!

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04/06/18
Wisconsin Cheddar Cheese Curds

By taking this class, you’ll learn how to amaze your friends & family by serving squeaky fresh Wisconsin Cheese Curds. You’ll also learn how to press the curds into a solid form that can be eaten fresh or aged for that “Sharp Cheddar” flavor. Come with questions and leave with knowledge and tasty cheese! The instructor greatly encourages questions and comments.

Preregistration required.

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04/06/18
Opening Reception for 2018 Emerging Artists Exhibition

ArtHaus celebrates the talents of young artists of the Driftless as they unveil juror's selections for the 2018 Emerging Artists Exhibition.

An opening reception will be held in the gallery space at 508 W Water Street; the reception is free and open to the public. The event is sponsored by Perfect Edge Framing. Best in Show will be announced at the event and voting will begin for People's Choice. The work will remain on display in through May 19.

 

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04/07/18
 -05/19/18
Emerging Artists Exhibition 2018

Qualifications


Artists ages 18-25
 Residents and students within a 150 mile radius from Decorah 
All forms of media (painting, drawing, video, ceramic, jewelry, printmaking, photography, etc.)
 Artwork must be original and have been completed within the last 2 years
May be for sale but not required. 
 
 
Each applicant may submit images of up to 3 artworks. 
Deadline for digital images along with all required application materials and a $20 entry fee is midnight Saturday, March 3, 2018.

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04/07/18
Winneshiek Wildberry Winery 11th Chili Cook-off

Looking for cooks now! Call to reserve your cooking spot.


The public is invited to come out and sample the chilies at 2:30 pm and vote for the People's Choice winners. Official judging will start at 2:15 pm with awards to be given out at 3:45 pm for both the judge's choice and people's choice. The top 3 in each will receive prizes.

This event is hosted during Women's Weekend Out.


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04/07/18
Steve Bobbitt as Rod Stewart

Join us for an electrifying performance as Steve Bobbitt takes the stage as Rod Stewart. A tribute to music and time, Steve has the moves, the looks, and most importantly the sound of Stewart himself. Join us and enjoy a musical night as Steve sings, dances, and takes you back in time through all the hits from Rod's career!

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04/07/18
Wine Release and Afternoon Activities @ Empty Nest Winery

Limited edition Candlelight Ice Wine will be released at 10:00 AM

Afternoon activities will include: Wine Mixology, Wine & Cheese, Wine & Chocolate pairings
Try one or participate in all 3 activities from 3 - 6 PM
 

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04/07/18
Fifth Annual Luther College Dance Marathon

Fifth Annual Luther College Dance Marathon

The event includes community hours from 2 - 5 PM

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04/07/18
Clay Studio: Glaze-A-Thon

- Free
- All ages are welcome
- No experience needed

Clay Studio from 11 am - 1 pm
Art Haus from 1 pm - 3 pm

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04/07/18
Luther College Faculty Research Symposium

Celebrating the varied creative and scholarly pursuits by faculty and staff, the fifth annual Luther College Faculty Research Symposium will be held in Valders Hall of Science on the Luther campus.

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04/07/18
Raku Firing

Raku firing is an exciting ceramics firing technique. It involves quickly heating a piece of pottery, removing it from the kiln when the glaze has melted and placing it in a bucket of wood shavings which can be explosive! Ceramic artist, Laremy Ellsworth, will cover the process of Raku firing from preparing the piece for glazing to cleaning it after the firing. You’ll also cover glazes and how the different glazes, put through this process, result in different effects and the creation of unique pieces. You will leave class with your unique work of art. After participating in this class you are sure to understand why Raku translates to ‘enjoyment’.

Preregistration required.

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04/07/18
Fossil Hunting in Fillmore County

Collect fossils older than dinosaurs! At Whispering Winds, Spring Valley, you will tour fossil collections of ancient sea creatures including Gastropods, Cephalopods, Trilobites, Fisherites, Bryozoans and Brachiopods. Then you’ll travel to 2-3 sites to hunt, all within 7 miles of Spring Valley, and collect your own fossils- guaranteed! Bring a bag for carrying your fossils. If you bring a hammer, you must have eye protection. There is always the chance that you could find ice-aged fossils, Native American artifacts, cold water agates, and geodes. The class meets at Eagle Bluff and travels via Eagle Bluff van to Whispering Winds. All ages welcome!

Note: Travel time is included at beginning and end of class. Classes with fewer than 3 participants will be self-driven.

**Schedule a private fossil hunt, tailored to you. For 1 to 10 individuals. Perfect for individuals trying to grow their collection, birthday parties, completion of Boy and Girl Scout Badges, or just a fun day out!

Optional fee: $5 for a laminated fossil site map, several different site maps are available. Cash payable to instructor at class


Preregistration required.

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04/07/18
Monroe Crossing to Perform at Chatfield Center for the Arts

Chatfield Center for the Arts is proud to present the Midwest’s premier bluegrass & gospel quintet Monroe Crossing coming to the historic Potter Auditorium

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04/08/18
Peace Brunch Buffet

Let us delight your appetite with our brunch in Peace Dining Room on selected Sundays. Be our guest as you enjoy this delicious event while admiring the view to the west of the beautiful, meandering Upper Iowa River.

Bill of Fare

  • Rotating Crepe Bar/Made to Order Omelets Bar
  • Rotating Waffle/Pancake/French Toast Bar with Toppings
  • Scrambled Eggs & Weekly Specialty Eggs
  • Sausage & Bacon
  • Rotating Carved Meat Station with Accompanying Starch & Vegetable
  • Hash Browns
  • Assorted Cheeses
  • Fresh Fruit
  • Yogurt
  • Assorted Breakfast Pastries
  • Delicious Cakes, Pies & Desserts from the Norse Bakery

Location and Hours

Peace Dining Room
Dahl Centennial Union (2nd Level)
10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.

Prices

  • Adult $14.50
  • Children 5-10 $6.75
  • Children 1-4 Free
  • Luther Students $12.00

Reservations are encouraged for all Peace Brunch Sundays. Call 563-387-1514 to make reservations. 


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04/08/18
Winneshiek Wildberry Winery Brunch

Winneshiek Wildberry Winery hosts its monthly brunch. Quiche, potatoes, two types of meat and bread pudding will all be available as well as seasonal foods.

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04/08/18
Brightness of Noon - Film Screening

The Intersect of Faith, Immigration and Refugees illuminates the risks people of faith are willing to take to protect the human rights of those fleeing violence, and the struggles and triumphs of undocumented immigrants and refugees as they resettle in the United States.

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04/08/18
Fossil Hunting in Fillmore County

Collect fossils older than dinosaurs! At Whispering Winds, Spring Valley, you will tour fossil collections of ancient sea creatures including Gastropods, Cephalopods, Trilobites, Fisherites, Bryozoans and Brachiopods. Then you’ll travel to 2-3 sites to hunt, all within 7 miles of Spring Valley, and collect your own fossils- guaranteed! Bring a bag for carrying your fossils. If you bring a hammer, you must have eye protection. There is always the chance that you could find ice-aged fossils, Native American artifacts, cold water agates, and geodes. The class meets at Eagle Bluff and travels via Eagle Bluff van to Whispering Winds. All ages welcome!

Note: Travel time is included at beginning and end of class. Classes with fewer than 3 participants will be self-driven.

**Schedule a private fossil hunt, tailored to you. For 1 to 10 individuals. Perfect for individuals trying to grow their collection, birthday parties, completion of Boy and Girl Scout Badges, or just a fun day out!

Optional fee: $5 for a laminated fossil site map, several different site maps are available. Cash payable to instructor at class


Preregistration required.

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04/09/18
$6 Sale - Winneshiek Medical Center

Products for women, men, and children. Classic, trendy, and seasonal. We have something for everyone!

A huge array of jewelry, fashion accessories, gifts, and much more. We hope you can join us for some fun!

Proceeds benefit Winneshiek Medical Center Auxiliary

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04/09/18
NAMI Family Support Group

NAMI Northeast Iowa will be holding its monthly family support group, led by trained family members of people with mental health conditions for family members, caregivers, and loved ones of individuals living with a mental health condition.  


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04/10/18
Nordic Noir Film Nights

Settle in and get unsettled this winter at Nordic Noir Film Nights! Vesterheim, the national Norwegian-American museum and heritage center, and Luther College's Nordic Studies Program are showing free Scandinavian crime films the second Tuesday of the month from January through April. 

The first film will be the Norwegian version of “Insomnia” (R) on January 9 at 7:00 pm. in the first floor gallery of the museum’s Main Building. 

The film series will continue with “Wallander” (BBC, TV-MA) on February 13, “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo” (American version, R) on March 13, and “Occupied” (Norwegian version, TV-PG) on April 10. Each film will be at 7:00 p.m. and will feature an introduction and discussion led by members of the Nordic Studies Program. Parental guidance is strongly suggested. 
 

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04/10/18
Luther College Concert Band to perform Homecoming Concert

The Luther College Concert Band, under the direction of Joan deAlbuquerque, will perform their homecoming concert at the Center for Faith and Life Main Hall. The concert is the culmination of the Concert Band's 2018 Midwest Tour.
 

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04/10/18
 -05/11/18
'UnNatural History'

"UnNatural History," a series of large-scale photographs depicting the ways humans objectify nature, will be on display in the Center for Faith and Life Gallery April 10-May 27. The artist, Diane Fox, photographs dioramas in Natural History Museums. Using reflection and including items within the diorama meant to be unseen, Fox explores the disconnect within the human/animal relationship.
 

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04/10/18
The Business of Social Work

Luther College alumna Nora Robinson, class of 2008, will serve as the keynote speaker for the annual Don Kemp Memorial lecture in Baker Commons on the Luther campus.

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04/11/18
April Young Professionals Event

Mark your calendars now for our April YP session! Attendees will have the opportunity to hear from Jeni Grouws.

Jeni Grouws, Station Manager, Decorah Broadcasting, KDEC FM 100.5 and AM 1240 KDEC. She has been in Decorah since September 2003 after leaving her job as Story Editor for Starz! Pictures in Beverly Hills, CA. Jeni has 3 teenage daughters, Lillian, Sofie and Ella and husband, David Grouws, who works at Luther and also with me at KDEC.

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04/11/18
Parenting In Today's Sexual Climate: Consent & Sexual Assault

Presenter: Lacy Jorgensen, Riverview Center

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04/12/18
Grandparent Class

Maybe it’s time to send grandma and grandpa back to school

Refresh grandma and grandpa’s memory of the new methods and practices of infant care. Grandparents will learn what’s in and what’s out. For instance, did you know, it is recommended for a child to be rear facing in a car seat until the age of 2? Winneshiek Medical Center (WMC) will host a free Grandparenting 101 class.

Please enter through the east entrance of the hospital, door E1.
 

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04/12/18
'Huffman/Cameron Bibliographic Journey to the Frontier'

The Luther College Emeriti Colloquium will meet in the Mott Room of Luther's Dahl Centennial Union for a presentation by Luther College Professor and Library Archivist Emeritus Duane Fenstermann.
           
The presentation, "Huffman/Cameron Bibliographic Journey to the Frontier," is open to the public with no charge for admission.

Fenstermann served on the Luther College faculty from 1966 to 2001. He received a Bachelor of Arts from Morningside College, a Master of Divinity from Duke University and a Master of Science in library science from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. Fenstermann held library positions as acquisitions librarian, head of Technical Services and archivist.

He was director of Northeast Iowa Union List of Serials for 19 years; faculty meeting secretary for 17.5 years; and gave presentations on paper preservation during Luther College's Congregational Heritage workshops for almost 20 years. Fenstermann founded the Iowa Library Association Foundation, was named Iowa Library Association member of the year in 1991 and is a life member of several organizations. In 2006, Fenstermann published the definitive history of Decorah's Congregational United Church of Christ.
 

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04/12/18
Buried Above Ground

Screening and discussion on PTSD documentary

An Iraq War veteran, a survivor of domestic abuse, and an evacuee from Hurricane Katrina share their stories of survival and shine a light on what it's like living with and recovering from post-traumatic stress disorder in the documentary "Buried Above Ground."

Both the screening and discussion are open to the public with no charge for admission. Popcorn and snacks will be provided by the Luther Student Senate, Active Minds and Luther Student Nurses Association.
 

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04/12/18
Thursday Night Fixed Route Pilot Program

Go shopping with EARL!
 
EARL Public Transit, a program of Northeast Iowa Community Action, is happy to announce a new pilot route with fixed stops on Thursday evenings in Decorah. The first stop is at the Dahl Centennial Union at Luther College and last stop at First Lutheran Church. During this trial run, other stops will include the Oneota Co-op, and Walmart. The route will begin on Thursday, April 12th, with a $2 fare that allows riders unlimited stops along the route during its service hours.
 
“Since this is a trial run, the times and stops may shift as we determine the best way to deploy the new route,” Sam Castro, Mobility Manager with EARL Public Transit, said. “One of the top responses from the 2017 Community Transportation Needs Assessment was expanded hours. This route is a first step towards addressing needs that are important to the community.” 
 
The timetable with the specific stops, along with future adjustments will be posted on EARL Public Transit’s Facebook page.
 

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04/13/18
Immigration Assistance Volunteer Training

Who should attend? Past and Present JFON and Catholic Charities Clinic Volunteers; anyone interested in learning ways to assist and/ or advocate for our local immigrants; members or potential members of Path to Citizenship, NEIPJC Immigration Group, Decorah Area Faith Coalition, Luther College Students and staff; and you!

 

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04/13/18
From Israeli Zionist to Palestinian Defender

Born the son of a famous Israeli general, Mike Peled grew up as a Jewish Zionist in Israel. Following the death of his niece at the hands of a Palestinian suicide bomber, Peled went through a process of self-discovery, questioning what he'd grown up believing about Israeli policy about Palestine.

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04/13/18
 -04/14/18
SPIN Theatre presents 'Selections from The Private Lives of the Master Race'

SPIN Theatre, a Luther College student theatre organization, will perform Bertolt Brecht's play "Selections from The Private Lives of the Master Race" in Storre Theatre on Luther's lower campus.

The production is open to the public and tickets are $3, available at the door.
 

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04/14/18
 -04/15/18
Benefits of Meditation Workshop

Are you curious about meditation? Is it something anyone can do? Is it really very helpful for your life? Find out at a workshop, “Calming the Mind, Joy of Living 1,”

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04/14/18
Live Healthy Iowa 5K

The Decorah event will begin and end at Winneshiek Medical Center.  The 5K portion of the event will begin at 8:00 am with the 1K kid’s run following at 9:00 am.  On-site registration for both events will be open the morning of the race at 6:45 am.


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04/14/18
Luther College to host Classical MPR's 'Bring the Sing'

With a goal of forging community connections through song, members of the community are invited to take part in Classical Minnesota Public Radio's "Bring the Sing" series.

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04/14/18
Cancellation of Program - Hanson Family Jugglers

The Hanson Family Juggling and Unicycle Show originally scheduled for April 14, 2018 at Decorah Public Library has been cancelled due to the weather. The program will be rescheduled at a later date. Please check the library website for updated information

 

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04/14/18
Bend & Brew at Pulpit Rock

Join us on Saturday, April 14th for another Bend & Brew! 

This will be our last class until June, so make sure to get your spot secured early!

This class will be held in Pulpit Rock's event room located at the front of the building.

Class attire should be loose and breathable.

A limited number of yoga mats will be provided. Please bring your own if possible.

This event is sure to cure what 'ales' you

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04/15/18
Peace Brunch Buffet

Let us delight your appetite with our brunch in Peace Dining Room on selected Sundays. Be our guest as you enjoy this delicious event while admiring the view to the west of the beautiful, meandering Upper Iowa River.

Bill of Fare

  • Rotating Crepe Bar/Made to Order Omelets Bar
  • Rotating Waffle/Pancake/French Toast Bar with Toppings
  • Scrambled Eggs & Weekly Specialty Eggs
  • Sausage & Bacon
  • Rotating Carved Meat Station with Accompanying Starch & Vegetable
  • Hash Browns
  • Assorted Cheeses
  • Fresh Fruit
  • Yogurt
  • Assorted Breakfast Pastries
  • Delicious Cakes, Pies & Desserts from the Norse Bakery

Location and Hours

Peace Dining Room
Dahl Centennial Union (2nd Level)
10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.

Prices

  • Adult $14.50
  • Children 5-10 $6.75
  • Children 1-4 Free
  • Luther Students $12.00

Reservations are encouraged for all Peace Brunch Sundays. Call 563-387-1514 to make reservations. 


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04/17/18
Barnetimen (Children's Hour)

Vesterheim, the national Norwegian-American museum and heritage center, invites all pre-school-aged children and their parents or caregivers to Barnetimen (Children's Hour) this school year. Join Vesterheim Youth Educator Jennifer Kovarik and Decorah ArtHaus Director and Instructor Shannon Dallenbach Durbin on the third Tuesday of each month to explore art and culture.

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04/17/18
Luther College Jazz Orchestra to Perform Homecoming Concert

The Luther College Jazz Orchestra, under the direction of Juan Tony Guzmán will perform at the Center for Faith and Life at Luther College.

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04/17/18
Luther's Collegiate Chorale to Perform Homecoming Concert

The Luther College Collegiate Chorale will perform a homecoming concert at the Center for Faith and Life on the Luther campus.
 

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04/17/18
Funky-Folk-Rock Artist, Connor Garvey, to perform at The Lingonberry!

Connor Garvey, a singer/songwriter from Portland, Maine, will make his Decorah debut on April 17th. His acoustic funky-folk-rock for the good hearted will leave attendees feeling uplifted and inspired. 

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04/17/18
Author Talk with Matt Tapscott: When I Send My Child to Child Care

Local Decorah child care provider Matt Tapscott joins Dragonfly Books to talk about his new book When I Send My Child to Child Care. Written with Denise Tapscott, When I Send My Child to Child Care is a user-friendly resource to help families make choices for their childcare needs. Everyone is invited to join Matt Tapscott at Dragonfly books as he shares stories, talks about his book, and sign books on Tuesday, April 17 at 7:00 pm.


If you find that you can't make it to the event but would still like to purchase a copy of When I Send My Child to Child Care, just give Dragonfly Books a call at 563-382-4275. One of the Dragonfly Books staff will be glad to reserve a book and have it autographed for you.

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04/17/18
Luther College Woman's Club April meeting

Rick Fromm, editor, Decorah Newspapers, will present “Fromm: My Desk for 32 Years” at the Luther College Woman’s Club April meeting, to be held in Peace Dining Room, Dahl Centennial Union, on the Luther College campus. All women from Decorah and surrounding communities are invited to attend. Shuttle service from the Decorah Swimming Pool is available and leaves at 1:10 p.m. In addition to the program, a short business meeting, refreshments, and special music by Luther faculty or students are on the afternoon’s agenda.
 
During the meeting, Fromm will address what he sees as people’s apathy toward reading newspapers (and getting the entire story) and preference for reading blogs or Facebook posts. “I call it the dumbing down of America, and it’s hurting our country and our people,” he says.  
 

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04/18/18
That Tree presentation and book signing

Join freelance photographer Mark Hirsch for a presentation and book signing at Decorah Public Library.

The talk is free and open to the public; books will be available for purchase.
 
 

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04/18/18
Luther Varsity Band and Wind and Percussion Ensemble

Luther College's Varsity Band and Wind and Percussion Ensemble will perform their spring concert in the Center for Faith and Life Main Hall on the Luther campus.
 

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04/19/18
Decorah Community Meal

Everyone in the community is invited to enjoy an evening meal at no charge. This is a time for fellowship with old friends and a chance to meet new ones. Delicious entrees are furnished by Sodexo (Luther College food service) and McCaffrey's Dolce Vita. Local churches and organizations provide salads, desserts, and volunteers.

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04/19/18
Oneonta Film Festival Opening Night

Opening night showing of SAVING BRINTON, the story of Michael Zahs and his remarkable discovery of a collection of showreels from the early days of moving pictures hidden in the basement of an Iowa farmhouse.
 

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04/19/18
Operation ReLeaf

Operation ReLeaf is an energy efficiency program funded through Alliant Energy in cooperation with Benton County Conservation Foundation and Iowa Department of Natural Resources. Alliant Energy customers can purchase high quality landscaping trees for their homes at a deep discount of only $25 per tree.


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04/19/18
Porter House Museum reception with Film Historian Michael Zahs

In collaboration with the Oneota Film Festival, the Porter House Museum will be hosting film historian Michael Zahs for a special reception. 

The reception is free and open to the public.

A retired teacher from Washington County, Zahs uncovered a vast collection of historic films from Iowa's past.  In particular, the collection of Frank and Indiana Brinton--acquired from a Washington estate sale decades ago--includes 10,000 magic lantern slides and motion pictureson cellulose nitrate film.  Some date all the way back to 1895.  The Brintons once toured the Midwest around the turn of the 20th century demonstrating these early porjected films.  Now Zahs is doing the same for new audiences.

Michael Zahs was featured in a recent documentary titled Saving Brinton, which follows his rediscovery of the Brinton collection and his efforts to restore and exhibit this long lost treasure of cinema history.

Following the reception at the Porter House, the documentary will be screened at 7PM at the Decorah Elks Club as the inaugural event of the Oneota Film Festival.

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04/19/18
Thursday Night Fixed Route Pilot Program

Go shopping with EARL!
 
EARL Public Transit, a program of Northeast Iowa Community Action, is happy to announce a new pilot route with fixed stops on Thursday evenings in Decorah. The first stop is at the Dahl Centennial Union at Luther College and last stop at First Lutheran Church. During this trial run, other stops will include the Oneota Co-op, and Walmart. The route will begin on Thursday, April 12th, with a $2 fare that allows riders unlimited stops along the route during its service hours.
 
“Since this is a trial run, the times and stops may shift as we determine the best way to deploy the new route,” Sam Castro, Mobility Manager with EARL Public Transit, said. “One of the top responses from the 2017 Community Transportation Needs Assessment was expanded hours. This route is a first step towards addressing needs that are important to the community.” 
 
The timetable with the specific stops, along with future adjustments will be posted on EARL Public Transit’s Facebook page.
 

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04/19/18
 -04/22/18
Oneota Film Festival to feature documentaries and short films

Including Academy Award nominated "Heroin(e)," and Luther College Professor Thomas C. Johnson and Luther Director of Visual Media Aaron Lurth's new short film "Marieke," the 2018 Oneota Film Festival will be held April 19-22, on the Luther campus and in downtown Decorah.
 

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04/20/18
Archery

Range Open! In this beginner class, you will learn the safety and proper form to shoot both recurve and compound bows. Hands-on target practice and a variety of games will round out this class. Indoor and outdoor ranges will be utilized depending on weather conditions. All equipment is provided.

Preregistration required.

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04/20/18
Haymarket Spring/Summer Concert

Come down to the Haymarket to enjoy good tunes and dance the night away.

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04/21/18
Amish Experience: Bread Making Demonstration

Ever wondered what it would be like to live without electricity and modern appliances? This is an opportunity to visit an Amish home, get to know your hostess and learn how to bake bread in a wood fired stove. After the bread is baked and the butter made, you will enjoy the freshly made bread and butter with a warm beverage. Take home a loaf of fresh baked bread and get to know our local Amish community. The class meets at Eagle Bluff and travels via Eagle Bluff van to the Amish home.

Note: The Amish do not allow photos to be taken or names to be published. Travel time is included at beginning and end of class.

Preregistration required.

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04/21/18
Taxidermy 101

Preparing, stuffing and mounting skins of animals is an ancient art form. In this introduction to the craft you’ll learn basic techniques. After a brief introduction, you’ll prepare a mouse rug or stuffed mouse in an action setting you choose. All equipment and materials are provided, and you get to keep your mouse! Don’t be squeamish; most people find the process far less gruesome than they imagined!

Preregistration required.

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04/21/18
Sustainable Home Tour

Ever wondered what it would be like to live in a more energy efficient home? Are you considering either building a new, more energy efficient home or remodeling your current home to make it more energy efficient? If yes, this tour is designed for you. The tour will consist of touring a deep energy retrofit home that documented a 78% reduction in energy use to become the 9th home in the 1,000 Home Challenge. The tour will also visit other sustainable homes.

Preregistration required.

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04/21/18
Soap Making

Hot processed soap making is an alternative method of making soap from scratch allowing for better utilization of essential oils in the final product. Although considered as advanced soap making class, basics will be covered so that even beginning soap makers can attend and all will be empowered with the knowledge and skills to make their own hot processed soap. You will find this class interactive and open for discussion with questions & answers. The hot process soap making will be demonstrated from start to finish with fun samples to take home.

Preregistration required.

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04/21/18
 -04/22/18
Wood Bowl Turning Workshop

Join instructor Duane Hill, accomplished wood turner for this two day, hands-on workshop. Learn the ins and outs of wood turning and spend the weekend working your way up to turning your very own wood bowls. Saturday will serve as an introduction to the art of wood turning and you will be introduced to the lathe and tools. Topics covered will include tool safety and sharpening, wood selection, and basic rounding wood safety. Sunday will be spent on the lathes, practicing and then turning your wood bowl(s). You will have the opportunity to turn 1-2 bowls. Bowl design will be covered.

Day 1: 8:30am-5:30pm       Day 2: 8am-5pm     Class length on days may vary depending on personal projects.

Note: Wood will be provided, but you are more than welcome to bring you own bowl blanks (6-8” diameter and about 3-4” thick). Wood can be wet or dry. All class participants will need a full face shield. There will be a few to borrow out at class.

Preregistration required.

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04/21/18
Sprang: What Is It?

Find out all about sprang, an ancient textile method that dates as far back as the Bronze Age! Fiber artist Carol James will give the presentation “Sprang—What Is It?” at Vesterheim, the national Norwegian-American museum and heritage center.

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04/21/18
Winneshiek Medical Center Auxiliary holds annual Spring Brunch

The Winneshiek Medical Center Auxiliary will award 2018 Health Career Scholarships at their annual Spring Brunch in the Winneshiek Medical Center lower level conference rooms. 
 
John Kelly, RN, WMC Emergency and Gundersen AIR, will speak at the Spring Brunch.  
 
Brunch tickets are available in the Winneshiek Medical Center Gift Shop for $8.  Advanced ticket purchases are required.  The Auxiliary will serve egg bake, fresh fruit, muffins and coffee/milk. 
 

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04/21/18
Luther College to host screening of 'Heroin(e)

Luther College and the Oneota Film Festival are hosting a screening of the documentary "Heroin(e)" in Valders Hall of Science Room 206 on the Luther campus. A panel, hosted by Helping Services for Youth and Families, will held following the screening and both the panel and screening are open to the public with no charge for admission.
 

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04/21/18
Real Estate Open House

$5000 CASH back to Buyer at closing for any qualified, accepted offer written for attending the open house, Saturday April 21st! Adorable, updated 4 bedroom, 1 3/4 bath home located on the West side of Decorah near Luther College, Bike Trail and walking distance to restaurants, parks, Upper Iowa River, Brewery and much more! A few of the updates include new flooring, interior painting, new light fixtures, kitchen updates, both bathrooms, up & down remodeled, privacy fence, landscaping! 2 of the bedrooms in lower level plus 3/4 bath w/shower with family room, large storage-laundry room. Private, fenced back yard for play, gardening or that favorite pet! 12 x 14 Storage Shed included.
 

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04/21/18
Real Estate Open House

$5000 CASH back to Buyer at closing for any qualified, accepted offer written for attending the open house, Saturday April 21st!! 5 bedroom, 3 bath home and acreage with approximate 2+ acres located just South of Decorah city limits on Highway 52, convenient between Decorah and Calmar. Ranch style house, ready to move into with full finished basement of family and rec room, bonus room, 2 of the bedrooms, full bath with abundant storage!! Brand new flooring throughout most of the home. Access to basement from garage and walk out from lower level to large private back yard!! View of the rolling hills of the countryside and glorious sunsets!!!
 

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04/22/18
Essential Oils 101

Interested in learning about a more natural approach to healthcare? Want to rid your home of harmful chemicals, but don’t know where to start? Curious about essential oils? Wonder what all the buzz is about? Now is your chance to find out! We would love to have you join us at this fun class where we’ll discuss WHAT essential oils are, HOW to use them, WHAT they are good for, WHY choose Young Living oils, and HOW you can get your hands on them! There will be a brief presentation on Young Living’s most popular oils found in their Premium Starter Kit and then we’ll eat some snacks made with the oils and participants will be making two, all natural products containing essential oils: soothing bath salts and a room spray.

There will be door PRIZES! Bring a friend and you’ll get an extra entry! Feel free to share this invite with anyone you think would be interested.

Preregistration required.

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04/22/18
Needle Felting One: Basics and Hedgehog

Come join us for a fun afternoon of learning the basics of needle felting, and take home your very first sculpture, a sweet Hedgehog! Needle Felting is a relaxing and versatile art form that allows you to be creative in both 2-D and 3-D. You will be able to take home a needle felting foam pad and needle so you can continue making sculptures in the comfort of your own home!

Preregistration required.

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04/23/18
Friends of the Decorah Public Library Annual Meeting

A Royal Watcher & Her Editor: a report from the writing trenches with Rachel and David Faldet.

The public is invited to join in conversation and light refreshments at 7 pm, followed by a  brief business meeting and the Faldets' presentation.

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04/24/18
Business Breakfast

Once you have found someone to hire for your business, how do you handle training and an employee handbook and getting new hires to treat customers the way you want customers to be treated? April’s meeting of Decorah Businesses will feature Oneota Community Co-op staffers who will discuss new employee-related questions.

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04/24/18
Luther's Cathedral Choir to perform homecoming concert

The performance, part of Cathedral Choir's annual Midwest Tour, is open to the public with no charge for admission.
           
The 2018 Cathedral Choir tour program includes Ola Gjeillo's "The Ground," Jeffrey Ames's "Let Everything That Hath Breath" and Mozart's "Missa brevis in F" K. 192, accompanied by a string ensemble comprised of members from the Luther College Symphony Orchestra.
           
Cathedral Choir is an ensemble totaling 85 singers selected primarily from the sophomore and junior classes at Luther. The choir participates in Christmas at Luther performances, campus worship, special events and concerts throughout the academic year.
           
The ensemble performed at the 2010 North Central American Choral Directors Association conference in Minneapolis where Eric Whitacre, distinguished conductor broadcaster and public speaker and 2012 Grammy Award winner, conducted the session.
           
Mark Potvin is conductor of Cathedral Choir at Luther College. Potvin also teaches conducting and secondary choral methods, and conducts Norsemen, the first-year bass choir. He holds a Master of Music degree from St. Cloud State University and a Bachelor of Arts from Luther College. Potvin is in the final stages of coursework toward a Doctor of Musical Arts in Music Education through Boston University.
 

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04/25/18
Let's Talk Decorah

Stop by Magpie & join other parents for coffee/lunch and a chance to talk together


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04/25/18
Winneshiek Country Celebration of Life Fundraiser

Winneshiek County Celebration of Life will be having a fundraiser at Pizza Ranch. Members of their board will be helping at Pizza Ranch during this event.

 

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04/25/18
Luther's Philharmonia Concert

The concert is open to the public with no charge for admission.
           
Featured music includes Benjamin Britten's "Simple Symphony," Edvard Grieg's "Prelude from the Holberg Suite" and "Elegiac Melodies," Tchaikovsky's "Andante Cantabile for Strings" and Dvorak/Isaac's "Three Slavonic Dances."
            The Luther College Philharmonia Orchestra is directed by Spencer Martin, professor of music.
 

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04/25/18
Decorah Area Parkinson Support Group

Karla O’Connell RN ADM, the Program Director for Senior Life Solutions, will share information about her program. Looking forward to seeing you there.


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04/25/18
Free Walk-In Informational Sessions about Donlon Pharmacy Weight Loss Program

Our Weight Loss Coach, Kevin, R.N., will share why the program works, success stories, recipes, and answer any questions.

No need to RSVP. Just ask for Kevin at the Pharmacy.

We are an authorized Ideal Protein Clinic.
 

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04/26/18
Thursday Night Fixed Route Pilot Program

Go shopping with EARL!
 
EARL Public Transit, a program of Northeast Iowa Community Action, is happy to announce a new pilot route with fixed stops on Thursday evenings in Decorah. The first stop is at the Dahl Centennial Union at Luther College and last stop at First Lutheran Church. During this trial run, other stops will include the Oneota Co-op, and Walmart. The route will begin on Thursday, April 12th, with a $2 fare that allows riders unlimited stops along the route during its service hours.
 
“Since this is a trial run, the times and stops may shift as we determine the best way to deploy the new route,” Sam Castro, Mobility Manager with EARL Public Transit, said. “One of the top responses from the 2017 Community Transportation Needs Assessment was expanded hours. This route is a first step towards addressing needs that are important to the community.” 
 
The timetable with the specific stops, along with future adjustments will be posted on EARL Public Transit’s Facebook page.
 

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04/26/18
Luther College to host Mark Borchardt Biology Colloquium

Luther College presents a biology colloquium by Mark Borchardt titled "Cows or People? Sources of Fecal Contamination in the Karst-like Aquifer in Northeast Wisconsin"

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04/27/18
Smelt Fry at the Odd Fellows Lodge

Menu:
Fish Fry
Potato Salad
Cole Slaw
Baked Beans
Bread
Beverage
 

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04/27/18
Luther College presents Preview Day

Luther College Admissions will hold a Preview Day to give prospective students an introduction to Luther College.
           
The day includes a campus tour, an academic department visit, a student activities and services fair, complimentary lunch in Luther's cafeteria, a financial aid session, a current student Q&A session, and a trolley tour of Decorah.
 

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04/27/18
Celebrate Earth Day with a Poetry Slam featuring Akwi Nji

ArtHaus and Winneshiek Energy District is excited to announce Akwi Nji as the featured poet for the Earth Day Poetry Slam.  This Slam is sponsored by Dragonfly Books and will be held at the Courtyard and Cellar

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04/27/18
Luther College Ringers and Cantorei Spring Concert

Luther College performing ensembles Cantorei and the Luther Ringers will perform a spring concert in the Noble Recital Hall of the Jenson-Noble Hall of Music on Luther's campus.

The concert is open to the public with no charge for admission. Those unable to attend may view the concert live online.

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04/28/18
 -04/29/18
Wine Trail Weekend

Check out local wineries and hop on the Iowa Wine Trail.

Visit Empty Nest and Winneshiek Wildberry Wineries

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04/28/18
National Drug Take-Back Day

Winneshiek County drop off sites are Walmart parking lot and Thrifty White Pharmacy. It is important to dispose of unused/expired medications safely so they do not fall into the hands of someone who may abuse them. The medications are collected by law enforcement and then incinerated. 

04/28/18
ArtHaus Presents: The Arts Off Campus Series

Professor James Griesheimer, musicologist, presents “Mozart at His Most Personal: The Piano Concerto.”

Can music be a window on biography, politics, and social trends? Come and see.

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04/28/18
Controlled Prairie Burn

Have you ever watched a controlled prairie burn and wondered why and how they do it?  This is your chance to learn about and participate in an actual prairie burn.  We will evaluate the potential burn site and determine how best it can be burnt.  You will learn to use: two different types of drip torches, backpack sprayers, fire rakes and swatters.  Participants will need to wear a long sleeve shirt and pants, hiking boots, gloves and have a hat and bandana along.
Note:  At least six participants are necessary to makes this all work safely – got a friend who would also be interested in participating?  Class is weather dependent.

Preregistration required.

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04/28/18
Song Writing Workshop

Join us for a hands-on workshop for singer/songwriters. You will begin class with a ‘song circle’ where you will perform a recent composition or two. Instructor and artist Steven will outline his creative process including the tools and resources he employs and guitar playing techniques. You will be given a songwriting assignment and time to work on it during class. Steven will be available to provide encouragement and coaching as you work. You will end the workshop with a second song circle where you will play your newly composed song(s) for the group. This class is designed for songwriters of all levels, novice to experienced, this is an opportunity to develop and hone your craft.

Note: Class size is limited to 10. This class is designed for acoustic string instruments (guitars, banjos, etc.), rock ‘n roll artists welcome (no amps). Registration fee covers admission to Steve’s concert Saturday evening. An additional ticket can be purchased for the concert at a discounted price (one guest per class participant), please call to purchase these tickets.

Preregistration required.

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04/28/18
Steven J. Schmidt in Concert

Join us for an evening of musical artistry by Steven Schmidt. Steven is ​recipient of the 2017 Sally Irvine Ordway award for Commitment, recognizing lifetime achievement, contribution and leadership in the arts and/or culture. He is a Midwestern singer/songwriter who has written over 200 songs, and each one is like a bottle of fine, bourbon barrel-aged stout.  He performs his rich, full-flavored original tunes, crafted over the last forty years. Steven is a highly skilled guitarist some refer to as “a folkie with chops”. He is noted for his fingerpicking, novel chord voicings, use of alternate tunings, and playing up-the-neck.


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04/28/18
17th Annual Trout Stream Conservation Banquet

Supporting the protection, restoration, and preservation of trout streams in the Driftless Region of Northeast Iowa.

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04/28/18
Hendricks Shares Observations of Religion in China

Join Scotty Hendricks for the presentation “Journey to the East: My Observations of Religion in China.”

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04/28/18
 -04/29/18
Pinters Annual Spring Festival

Join the Pinter family, April 28th and 29th, for their annual Spring Festival featuring DIY gardening classes, a kite decorating contest and flying event, food sampling, and variety of plants to buy.
 

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04/28/18
Dancing with the Luther Stars

Three Luther College staff members paired with three students from Luther's ballroom club go head to head in the annual performance of "Dancing with the Luther Stars."
 

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04/28/18
Emily Dirks performs Brudos Family Opera Prize Recital

Emily Dirks, Luther College senior from Monticello, Iowa, is the 2017-18 recipient of the Alan R. and Sally J. Brudos Family Opera Prize. As part of the award, Dirks will perform a recital in the Noble Recital Hall of the Jenson-Noble Hall of Music on the Luther campus.
 

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04/28/18
2018 Pooch Scooch 5k Fun Run/Walk

The Pooch Scooch has been moved up from Mother's Day to Saturday, April 28th this year.

Check-in and registration starts at 8:15 with registration ending at 8:50 am sharp. Race is at 9am.

There are many new additions and improvements for this year. The course has been altered slightly to start and finish at Wold Park (the skateboard park), there will be a costume contest, ice cream eating contest for dogs as well as bobbing for hotdogs for dogs too! This year we will also have $25 microchipping and also returning is the Stuff The Bus food drive for area food pantries.

Registration is open! TO GUARANTEE A SHIRT, REGISTER BY 4/23! Register now!


It's gonna be a fun one! Woof!

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04/28/18
Chosen Bean Concert Series: Joe Crookston

Chatfield favorite, Joe Crookston is making his return to the Chosen Bean Concert Series stage.

Not only is he bringing his fiddle, his slide, and his uke, Joe is also bringing a collection of his original paintings for a special one-night only exhibition in our 1916 Gallery!

 

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04/29/18
Peace Brunch Buffet

Let us delight your appetite with our brunch in Peace Dining Room on selected Sundays. Be our guest as you enjoy this delicious event while admiring the view to the west of the beautiful, meandering Upper Iowa River.

Bill of Fare

  • Rotating Crepe Bar/Made to Order Omelets Bar
  • Rotating Waffle/Pancake/French Toast Bar with Toppings
  • Scrambled Eggs & Weekly Specialty Eggs
  • Sausage & Bacon
  • Rotating Carved Meat Station with Accompanying Starch & Vegetable
  • Hash Browns
  • Assorted Cheeses
  • Fresh Fruit
  • Yogurt
  • Assorted Breakfast Pastries
  • Delicious Cakes, Pies & Desserts from the Norse Bakery

Location and Hours

Peace Dining Room
Dahl Centennial Union (2nd Level)
10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.

Prices

  • Adult $14.50
  • Children 5-10 $6.75
  • Children 1-4 Free
  • Luther Students $12.00

Reservations are encouraged for all Peace Brunch Sundays. Call 563-387-1514 to make reservations. 


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04/29/18
Creating Safe Space in the Music Classroom

Guest lecturer Joshua Palkki will address how gender stereotypes appear in choral classrooms as well as musical and social issues involving LGBTQ students.
 

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04/29/18
Luther presents Lucille Stansberry Rosholt Recital

Luther College will host the Lucille Stansberry Rosholt Distinction in Accompanying and Collaborative Keyboard Performance Scholarship recital in the Noble Recital Hall in Jenson-Noble Hall of Music on the Luther campus.

The recital will be followed by an award ceremony and reception. The concert and reception are open to the public with no charge for admission.

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04/29/18
Oneota Valley Community Orchestra presents Season Finale Concert

Oneota Valley Community Orchestra

“Russian Romantics”

At Decorah High School Auditorium

Sunday, April 29th at 3:00 PM

Season Sponsors: The Marion E. Jerome Foundation and The Depot Outlet

The community is invited to join the Oneota Valley Community Orchestra for their Season 4 finale concert.  The OVCO will feature impressive works by famous Russian composers Rimsky-Korsakov, Borodin, and Tchaikovsky. This free concert will take place at Decorah High School Auditorium.

The OVCO begins with Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov’s beautiful Russian Easter Overture. This piece, composed and directed by Rimsky-Korsakov himself in the late 1800s, is based on old Russian Orthodox liturgical themes.  Mixing the solemnity and mystery of these themes with the excitement and joy of Easter, this majestic and expressive piece sets the tone for the finale.

Following are the Polovetsian Dances by Alexander Borodin.  Dividing his energies between composing and his work as a chemist, Borodin composed the opera Prince Igor, which contains this piece.  The story tells of a nomadic tribe that defeats and captures the Russian army, led by Prince Igor. Nonetheless, the leader of the Polovetsy tribe calls on his followers to perform the Polovetsian Dances for their captives.  This lively, exotic tune is sure to be a crowd pleaser.

Following a short intermission, the OVCO concludes with Symphony No. 2, the Little Russian Symphony, by Peter Ilitch Tschaikovsky.  Inspired by folk music in the Ukraine, known as “Little Russia” in the Tzarist days, Tschaikovsky intertwined folk songs in the first, second, and fourth movements.  This energetic and passionate symphony is a brilliant end to a fantastic season.


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04/30/18
Early Bird Registration Deadline Nisse Preschool Summer Programing

Nisse Preschool has a long history of awesome summer programing and this summer is not different. 
3 weeks of fun for your 3 year old through finishing kindergardeners. 
Early bird registration ends April 30th. 
We are based on a first come first serve basis.
   Week 1: June 11 - 15     Week 2: June 18 - 22    Week 3: June 25 - 29

A full week (5 days) of programming is $130 per week from 8:00am - 1:00pm.  Extended care is included with weekly tution from 1:00pm - 5:00pm.

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04/30/18
Metropolis Film Screening Featuring Newly Composed Score

The classic silent film "Metropolis" will spring to life with a newly composed musical score by students at Luther College. Directed by Brooke Joyce, Luther composer-in-residence and associate professor of music, the original film will be shown with their original electronic score.

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