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Folk/country/bluegrass four-some, Harper's Chord makes their first 2017 performance at Bo Diddley's Pub and Deli and will introduce new member Evin Haukos on fiddle and mandolin. Call 320.252.9475 to reserve your seat, limited tickets.
Join the Stearns History Museum as they host their Historic Burger Run. Here people will be taken on a tour and have a chance to taste delicious burgers from each establishment while getting a side of history and some trivia. This tour will take place on Saturday, April 1st from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Stearns History Museum. There is a small fee.
Central Minnesota Housing Partnership presents Home Stretch Workshops/Pre-Purchase Counseling. Here people can attend workshops to gain the knowledge needed to become a successful homeowner. Workshops will start on Saturday, April 1st. There is a small fee.
The Midwest Outdoors Unlimited is presenting a turkey hunt for people with physical disabilities. Midwest Outdoors Unlimited will select hunters for each of the hunts. Disabled hunter will be accompanied by at least one able bodied person while in the park. The deadline to apply is Saturday, April 1st.
April 2, 2017 -
Organization St. Cloud Unitarian Universalist Fellowship
Pianist Amy Grinsteiner will perform an anniversary concert at 1 p.m. Sunday, April 2, at the St. Cloud Unitarian Universalist Fellowship. The concert will celebrate the tenth anniversary of the fellowshipâ€™s acquisition of its Mason & Hamlin seven-foot grand piano.
Grinsteiner is an assistant professor in the joint department of music at the College of St. Benedict in St. Joseph and St. Johnâ€™s University, Collegeville.
There will be no admission fee; a free will offering will be accepted.
The St. Cloud Unitarian Universalist Fellowship is located at 3226 Maine Prairie Road in St. Cloud.
April 6, 2017 -
8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Organization Whitney Senior Center
Whitney Senior Center presents their Health and Fitness Fair. At this fair, participants will be able to gain knowledge of resources that help people age 55 and older. There will also be a traveling health screening which covers memory, stroke, sleep, balance, cognition, nutrition, and many more. This fair is free and open to the public. The Health and Fitness Fair will be held on Thursday, April 6th starting at 8:00 a.m. to noon at the Whitney Recreation Center.
Join CSB alumna Bernadette Martens Chapman and Clayton Chapman as they deliver the 2017 Renaissance Lecture at 7 p.m. Thursday, April 6, in Room 204, Gorecki Center, College of Saint Benedict.
The couple are owners and chef of The Grey Plume Restaurant in Omaha, Nebraska. The Grey Plume is one of the countryâ€™s most sustainable restaurants, â€śdevoted to creating innovative cuisine on the forefront of modern culinary art, while also maintaining traditional culinary roots in showcasing the food source and practicing a no-waste attitude in every respect of the restaurantâ€™s operation."
This event, which is free and open to the public, is part of CSBâ€™s Week of Sustainability, April 3-7.
April 8, 2017 -
Organization Nepalese Student Organization
The Nepalese Student Association at St. Cloud State is inviting you to Nepal Night 2017. It's a night that will shower the audience with the rich cultural diversity of Nepal through variety of folk dances, cultural songs, traditional attires, and authentic Nepalese Cuisine. This event will promote diversity of SCSU by gathering people from all the backgrounds and nations to celebrate Nepali culture. Nepal Night begins at 5 p.m. on Saturday, April 8 and there is a small cost to attend.
Join the Morrison County Historical Society as they host their Hidden Treasure event. Here people can dig into the past of St. Cloud State University with Tom Steman as he shares the Hidden Treasures of SCSU's archives. This free event will take place on Tuesday, April 11th at 6:30 p.m. at The Charles A. Weyerhaeuser Memorial Museum.
Join the Stearns History Museum as they host their Breakfast Club for speaker Joanne Benson. Joanne Benson grew up on a farm in Le Sueur, Minnesota where she developed a strong work ethic by completing chores with her family. After high school, Benson attended St. Cloud State University where she received a Bachelor's of Arts degree in Elementary Education. She will be discussing her time at St. Cloud as both a student and a professor. This Breakfast Club will take place on Wednesday, April 12th starting at 9:00 a.m. at the Stearns History Museum.
April 15, 2017 -
Organization Paramount Center for the Arts
Somali vocalist Nimco Yasin is bringing her qaraami singing to St. Cloud. Qaraami evolved in the middle of the 20th century as a key form of Somali popular music. Since the 1970s, some variants have included elements of Western soul, jazz and funk.
Nimco Yasin is performing on Saturday April 15 at 7 p.m. at the Paramount Center for the Arts. Supporting acts are Twin Cities vocalists Rahmo Rose and Iskalaji.
Tickets are free for area college students and faculty, but there is a charge for the general public.
The Hmong Student Organization is hosting Hmong Night. Here people will see performances, skits, a fashion show, and will be provided cultural dishes. They will also incorporate the most well-known Hmong instrument of their culture, the qeej-pronounced kheng. Hmong Night will take place on Saturday, April 15th from 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. in the Atwood Ballroom.
The National Library of Medicineâ€™s traveling exhibit "Surviving and Thriving: AIDS, Politics and Culture" will be on view at the Miller Center Library at St. Cloud State. The exhibit provides a historic glimpse of personal stories, photographs, ads and posters of people living with AIDS and others involved in the national AIDS crisis.
The display explores the rise of AIDS in the early 1980s and the evolving response to the epidemic throughout the last 30 years. The opening reception and exhibit tour will be held at 3:45 p.m. on Tuesday, March 14 on the first floor Miller Center Reading Court. The exhibit runs through April 22.
Cream City Tattoo Gallery is pleased to exhibit the art of Darrell Hagan. His exhibit is entitled "What The Silence Says To Me" and features his acrylic paintings. Hagan is an award winning artist and curator whose work explores a variety of interesting themes. He has worked in the Minneapolis Arts District for the last 20 years. Hagan's work examines the idea of environmental change and its affect on the many different animals and people that belong there.
His acrylic paintings allow the viewer to feel as though they might walk into the scene by utilizing space and wide openness as a major part of the composition, which makes the art about the hidden meanings inherent in the work.
The show runs April 4 to April 29. An artist reception will be held Saturday, April 8 from 6- 8 p.m. Cream City Tattoo is located at 11 6th Avenue North.
Northern State University (Sports Stream)
Mar 29, 2017 - 1:00
Northern State University (Sports Stream)
Mar 29, 2017 - 3:30
Minot State University
Apr 01, 2017 - 1:00
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