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Music in the Gardens: Ring Of Kerry
Music in the Gardens: Ring Of Kerry

Music in the Gardens: Ring Of Kerry

Presented by Munsinger Clemens Botanical Society at Munsinger Clemens Gardens

Aug 19, 2018

Ring of Kerry is musical group based in Minnesota, playing Irish music on a variety of Celtic instruments, including whistles, flutes, guitar, hammered dulcimer, fiddle and bodhran. Music In The Gardens showcase high quality local talent. All concerts are held on alternating Sundays at 3:00 p.m. near the Gazebo in Munsinger Gardens on the banks of the Mississippi River. All concerts are free and the Munsinger Clemens Botanical Society will again sell those fabulous $1 root beer floats.

Munsinger Clemens Botanical Society 08/19/2018 Munsinger Clemens Gardens, St. Cloud
2018 Delano Concerts in the Park
2018 Delano Concerts in the Park

2018 Delano Concerts in the Park

Presented by General Federated Women's Club of Delano at Delano Central Park

Jul 11 - Aug 22, 2018

Concerts are held Wednesdays July 11 - August 22 at Delano Central Park Wednesday, July 11 - 6:30 pm - Bend in the River Big Band Enjoy the great sound from the Big Band era to contemporary jazz/rock. www.brbb.org Wednesday, July 18 - 6:00 p.m. - Jack & Kitty This Emmy Award winnding musical duo plays "Organic Vaudeville and Jug Band Folk" music for all ages. The Minneapolis Star Tribune hailed them as "on eof the most entertaining groups in the midwest." www.jackandkittymusic.com Wednesday July 25 - 6:30 p.m. - Jim's Brewers Have a toe-tapping good time listing to old-time polka music Wednesday, August 8 - 6:30 p.m. - West Highway Band Kick back and relax or get on your feet and dance! This local group rocks a wide variety of favorites ranging form the Classics of the 1970s to present day with an emphasis on the countryside. Wednesday, August…

General Federated Women's Club of Delano 07/11/2018 - 08/22/2018 Delano Central Park, Delano
Yves Lambert Trio
Yves Lambert Trio

Yves Lambert Trio

Presented by Granite City Folk Society at Bo Diddley's Pub & Deli

Aug 24, 2018

Main Series For the first concert of the 2018-19 season, legendary Québécois button accordionist Yves Lambert (a founding member of La Bottine Souriant) and his Trio bandmates Oliver Rondeau (guitar) and Tommy Gauthier (violin, mandolin, feet) bring us the music of French Canada--or Ireland or Italy, or Appalachia (the last crossed with something that sounds suspiciously like rap. In French. Don't take our word for it--watch the first video below.) This is literal foot-stomping, dancing-in-your-seat music with which to kick off the new season. Website: http://yveslambert.com/en/

Granite City Folk Society 08/24/2018 Bo Diddley's Pub & Deli, St. Cloud
2018 Common Roots Music Festival
2018 Common Roots Music Festival

2018 Common Roots Music Festival

Presented by Central Minnesota Arts Board at Downtown St. Cloud

Aug 23 - Aug 25, 2018

JOIN US for live, original music on stages in over a dozen downtown St. Cloud, MN businesses and an outdoor stage. Music genres covered include country, rock, hip hop, folk, indy-pop, and everything in between. Solo acts up to full bands hailing from all over central Minnesota will fill the stages for the three day festival. Tickets for the event are in the form of a commemorative button. They can be purchased at the venues or on the Common Roots website for $10. T-shirts are also available for $20 or a combination of the two for $25. Wearing any 2018 Common Roots swag at participating downtown businesses will also entitle you to discounts during the month of August through Labor Day. Applications for musicians and volunteers are located on the Common Roots Website: www.commonrootsfest.com

Central Minnesota Arts Board 08/23/2018 - 08/25/2018 Downtown St. Cloud, Saint Cloud
Refugee Portrait Exhibit: "When Home Won't Let You Stay"
Refugee Portrait Exhibit: "When Home Won't Let You...

Refugee Portrait Exhibit: "When Home Won't Let You Stay"

Presented by Paramount Center for the Arts at Paramount Theatre

Aug 23 - Sep 01, 2018

The Refugee Portrait Exhibit provides a new perspective on the often hidden lives and compelling experiences of refugees in our communities. The number of globally displaced people has risen dramatically in recent years and is expected to continue to rise in response to ongoing conflicts, poverty, and climate change. International and national events have prompted debates in communities across the country about our duty to refugees, our American roots, and national identity. The traveling exhibition consists of contemporary color portraits accompanied by first-person stories highlighting the plight and resiliency of refugees working to make a new home in this country. For more detailed information, please visit the website whenhomewontletyoustay.org. An artist reception and community conversation will be held on August 23rd at 6 pm for all to attend. Mark your calendar and check unitecloud.org/refugee-art for registration details. "Life in Mogadishu was chaos. The groups were at war. Everybody had guns. There was random…

Paramount Center for the Arts 08/23/2018 - 09/01/2018 Paramount Theatre, Saint Cloud
Chuck Brodsky
Chuck Brodsky

Chuck Brodsky

Presented by Granite City Folk Society at Bo Diddley's Pub & Deli

Sep 20, 2018

Main Series Singer-songwriter Chuck Brodsky's bio is a familiar one: a quarter-century on the road, playing venues and festivals across North America and Europe, storytelling and singing about current events and places and relationships. What may be somewhat less familiar is his special interest in baseball--not just the occasional tune about the Great American Pastime but two entire albums of "Baseball Ballads." The baseball season will be wrapping up by then, but Chuck's songs and stories are perennials. Website: https://www.chuckbrodsky.com/

Granite City Folk Society 09/20/2018 Bo Diddley's Pub & Deli, St. Cloud
Preview Concert: Diamonds and Dust
Preview Concert: Diamonds and Dust

Preview Concert: Diamonds and Dust

Presented by St. Cloud Symphony Orchestra at SCSU - Ritsche Auditorium - Stewart Hall

Sep 21, 2018

From the dusty dancing, "kick-up-your-heels" cowboy music of Buckaroo Holiday to the pop/rock favorites of American songwriter Neil Diamond, this will be a night to remember. Program Romance for Violin and Orchestra, No. 2 | Beethoven  – featuring SCSO Concertmaster, Dr. Marion Judish Prelude and Minuet from "Le Tombeau de Couperin" | Ravel Buckaroo Holiday from "Rodeo" | Copland The KILLER VEES and the SCSO play Neil Diamond Holly Holy America I Am, I Said You Don't Bring Me Flowers If You Know What I Mean Play Me  Take Good Care of My Baby, by Bobby Vee Photo credit: Steve Diamond Elements

St. Cloud Symphony Orchestra 09/21/2018 SCSU - Ritsche Auditorium - Stewart Hall, St. Cloud
Millstream Arts Festival
Millstream Arts Festival

Millstream Arts Festival

Presented by Millstream Arts Festival at Downtown

Sep 30, 2018

Millstream Arts Festival offers high-quality but affordable art created by regional artists representing diverse media including ceramics, 2 and 3-D artwork, jewelry, metalwork, woodwork, fiber, glass, unique photography and literature. Millstream is an art festival, not a craft show, and all work is juried. Live music is a popular part of the festival, both on stage and in the street. Such groups include Lavaanya, a dance troupe from the Twin Cities that brings traditional Indian folk dance fused with contemporary music and Bollywood style. A supervised Children's Art area provides rewarding and meaningful art projects. Our food court offers high-quality hand-made meals and treats. Another popular feature at Millstream is the Book End, a writers' tent featuring the works of local authors and poets. Festival-goers can also watch demonstrations of antique typewriters, paper-making or book-binding. Another popular feature at the festival is our vintage auto and tractor exhibit. But our…

Millstream Arts Festival 09/30/2018 Downtown, Saint Joseph
Sinclair Lewis Writers' Conference
Sinclair Lewis Writers' Conference

Sinclair Lewis Writers' Conference

Presented by Sinclair Lewis Foundation at First Lutheran Church

Oct 06, 2018

This year the conference keynote speaker will be Will Weaver, award-winning novelist, speaking on the topic of “Sinclair Lewis, Willa Cather and You: The Courage to Write.” Three other presenters will join Will during the day-long conference, digging into the process of writing as well as selling what you write. Elisa Korenne, popular author and songwriter, will focus on Character Development. Andy Cummings, the executive vice-president and editor-in-chief for Lerner Publishing Group in Minneapolis, will review the basics of Book Publishing today. Betty Jean Steinshouer, as a tribute to Willa Cather whose novel My Antonia celebrates its centennial this year, will join us. Betty Jean is a Cather scholar and Chautauqua-style presenter who will portray Cather in her sessions. For more infomation on presenters and workshop schedule visit https://sinclairlewiswritersconference.org/2017-conference/   SPECIAL FRIDAY EVENING LITERARY EVENT (October 5) Join us for an informative and spirited discussion on Friday evening at “Cocktails…

Sinclair Lewis Foundation 10/06/2018 First Lutheran Church, Sauk Centre

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