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ZUMBROTA — Bryan Bowers invites people to learn to love the autoharp as much as her does. The singer and storyteller has been praised for introducing a new generation to the autoharp. He will performing at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Jan. 18, at Crossings — just over a year since he last performed in Zumbrota.
The Goodhue County Historical Society History Break this month will be "Classicism vs. Romanticism: How Two Competing Architectural Theories Shaped Red Wing's Built Environment in the 19th and Early 20th Centuries." The event will start noon Wednesday, Jan. 16, at the history center.
Dale Hanson likes to speak about "loving kindness." He's an unpublished author, ventriloquist and certified hypnotist. He also legally blind and has spent many hours walking the city streets of Red Wing. Hanson has three community engagement workshops planned for Wednesdays Jan. 23 and 30 at Caribou. First Draw — 5:30-6:30 p.m. create art using colored pencils on white paper to be framed and publicly displayed, sharing names and personal stories. All Write — 6:30-7:30 p.m. be part of a group experience to publish a book online.
Q: I heard that in New York there's an open combat sort of law where you can request a peace officer to watch two people who agree to fight. Does this exist in Minnesota?
The Bonhoeffer Society of Red Wing will sponsor a presentation and discussion "Dietrich Bonhoeffer: His Beliefs, His Life, His Legacy" at 10 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 12, at First Covenant Church. This free event features presentations by two Bonhoeffer scholars.
The Environmental Quality Incentives Program application deadline is Friday, Jan. 18, to be considered for Fiscal Year 2019 funding. A producer or landlower must submit a signed application to their Natural Resources Conservation Service office. The EQIP program provides financial and technical assistance to help landowners voluntarily implement conservation practices to improve natural resources. Payment is provided for a variety of practices to address resource concerns related to • water quality, • grazing land health, • soil erosion and health, • wildlife habitat and others.
Brett Young will bring his West Coast-meets-Southern sound dubbed "Caliville" style to Treasure Island Resort & Casino on Jan. 18. Delivering four consecutive platinum-selling hits from his self-titled platinum certified album, Young has become one of country music's new class of hit makers. The success of his songs has been amplified by an extraordinary response to Young's music videos with "In Case You Didn't Know," surpassing 197 million views, and "Mercy," spending six consecutive weeks atop Vevo's Top Country chart.
The Missoula Children's Theatre will give two performances of "Snow White & The Seven Dwarfs on Jan. 12 at the Sheldon Theatre. In this original adaptation of the classic fairy tale, the young princess finds herself in peril when her stepmother, the Queen, is told by her Magic Mirror that the princess is fairer than she is. Aided by her the Henchmen and a band of evil Bats, the Queen plots to get rid of Snow White. But Snow White escapes with help from Witless the Woodsman, and finds a home with the Seven Dwarfs.
Goodhue County Historical Society invites families to start the New Year on the right page during free Family Fun Day noon to 3 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 5 for Mysteries at the Museum with Jacqueline West. West will read from her newest book "Digging Up Danger" and encourage creativity in a writing activity. After West captures her audience's imagination, families can create a mysterious bookmark with ArtReach and solve a mystery at the museum in a game of "Cluseum Jr." — a family friendly activity based on the board game Clue.