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August 2022

Sinclair Lewis Writers Conference

August 24 @ 8:00 am - October 8 @ 5:00 pm

The Sinclair Lewis. Foundation is welcoming back writers and aspiring writers with any type of experience for the Writer's Conference now in its 32nd year. It's one of the longest-running, most respected writers’ conferences in the Midwest. There's a panel discussion on the Basics of Writing and Publishing with Don Shelby; Lorna Landvik, Sarah Warren and Gaunte Kyle Tran Myhre. Sessions include: Don’t Be Afraid of Your Imagination, Identifying Your Storyteller Origin Story and  Spoken Word Poetry as Practice and Culture and more. The…

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The Lion Man Literacy Project Comic Book Exhibit

August 25 @ 8:00 am - September 30 @ 5:00 pm

The Stearns History Museum is featuring a new exhibit called " The Lion Literacy Project. The exhibit features superhero comic book art created by young people from the community. The project highlights the visions and imaginations of Black youth solving real-world problems through the actions of superheroes. The anthology presents empowering narratives with original work created by youth from Too Much Talent, the Boys and Girls Club of Central Minnesota and South Junior High School's CRUSH Academy. The Lion Man…

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Indigenous Survivance Art Exhibit at CSB-SJU

August 29 - October 29

The College of St. Benedict and. St. John's University Fine Arts programming presents the exhibit Indigenous Survivance. Indigenous Survivance is an art exhibit that highlights the work of several of Minnesota’s premiere Native artists. Vibrant works, in a number of mediums, tell the story of Native people, drawing on traditional wisdom and knowledge to impact contemporary issues and movements. Lakota and Ojibwe artists Pat Kruse, Annette S. Lee, Steve Premo, Laura Youngbird and Jonathan Thunder share their works to educate others…

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September 2022


September 2 - September 30

The Regency Gallery is featuring the exhibit PATHWAYS OF COLOR. The exhibit is described as contemporary minimalist paintings featuring natural landscapes. What does minimalistic mean in art? Image result for minimalist paintings. Minimalism describes movements in various forms of art and design, especially visual art and music, where the work is set out to expose the essence, essentials or identity of a subject through eliminating all non-essential forms, features or concepts. The exhibit is on view at the Gallery Saint…

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New Traditions: Transitions in Fiber Art Exhibit at CSB-SJU

September 5 - October 15

The College of St. Benedict and. St. John's University Fine Arts programming is presenting the exhibit the New Traditions: Transitions in Fiber Art. Fiber arts often blur the line between art and craft, bringing up the question of utility. Is art made to be used, or just observed? Fiber artists reply, why not both? Textiles surround us in our daily lives, to the point of becoming invisible. New Traditions invites you to look more closely at the intentional choices of the artists…

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Atwood Farmer’s Market at SCSU

September 12 - October 10

The Atwood Memorial Center Farmers Market has returned on Mondays this fall at St. Cloud State University. The market features fresh and healthy foods from local family farms and the University's own community garden. An experience at the market will provide you with the opportunity to meet and support your local growers, purchase foods good for you and your loved ones, sample unique products, and celebrate the joys of the harvest. Visit them on Mondays from 10 a.m.-2 p.m.  September…

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Arts Underground Returns to the Paramount in St. Cloud

September 15 @ 6:00 pm - December 29 @ 9:00 pm

The Paramount Arts Underground offers people of all ages the opportunity to come and play in the Paramount Arts Studios every Thursday night. The Paramount Arts Underground offers people of all ages the opportunity to come and play in the Paramount Arts Studios to develop artistic skills in a variety of mediums. Working with a studio mentor, you can try your hand at throwing a bowl on the wheel, piecing a mosaic together, turning a wooden bowl on the lathe, forming a…

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St. Cloud Symphony Concert: Finding Home at the Movies

September 24 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

The St. Cloud Symphony is performing a concert, themed as Finding Home at the Movies. The concert will feature the music from movies such as The Sound of Music, Encanto, Home Alone, Fiddler on the Roof, Apollo 13, Up and E.T. The concert is Saturday, September 24th starting at 7:30 p.m. in the Ritsche Auditorium at SCSU.  There is a cost to attend.   Radio: We have more details at KVSC.org, visit the Area Events page.

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St. Joseph Celebrates Rocktoberfest

September 25 @ 4:00 pm

You're invited to celebrate the deep German heritage in Central Minnesota in downtown St. Joseph for the third annual Rocktoberfest on Saturday, September 25th.   Join the city  in the open air or underneath the massive 12,000 square-foot heated tent to enjoy a variety of German and Minnesota brews and delicious German food. Challenge yourself with the always entertaining steinholding contests, some axe throwing or just relax listening to the musical talents of the Bavarian Musikmeisters and the Gregory James…

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Recovery Innovations Breakfast at SCSU

September 28 @ 8:00 am - 10:00 am

St. Cloud State University’s Recovery Resource Center is hosting the 2022 Recovery Innovations Breakfast on Wednesday,  Sept. 28 with this year’s event focusing on creating community, sustaining lives and celebrating hope. The breakfast will be offered both in-person and virtually from 8-10 a.m., with the in-person event being held in Eastman Hall rooms 115 and 116. The event will feature guest speaker Ryan Hampton, a prominent advocate, speaker, author and media commentator who works to add solutions to our national additional…

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