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Join us for the public grand opening of the newly constructed Saint Mary’s University baseball clubhouse, Pudge’s Place, on Saturday, April 27. The Cardinals baseball team will be taking on Bethel University in a doubleheader starting at 1 p.m. Pudge’s Place will be open for tours between games from 3:30 to 5 p.m. Additionally, a ceremony recognizing the incredible generosity of those who supported the project will take place on the field immediately following the first game.
The Saint Mary’s University Department of Music will present the “Spring Sings with Strings” choir concert on Saturday, April 27, at 7:30 p.m. in the Chapel of Saint Mary of the Angels, 1155 W. Wabasha St. The spring concert will feature performances by the Saint Mary’s Concert Choir and Chamber Singers, conducted by Dr. Patrick O’Shea, music professor at Saint Mary’s.
Dr. Eleonore Stump of Saint Louis University will discuss “Temperance: Gifts/Fruits of the Holy Spirit” as the fourth presenter in Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota’s Cardinal Virtue Series on Thursday, April 25.
The year 1969 not only saw the first moon landing, it was also a time of great transition in jazz. On Sunday, April 28, at 3 p.m., Jazz at Saint Mary’s will present “One Small Step” — an exploration of this important turning point in history — on the Page Theatre stage.
Artwork created by local students is now on display in Galleria Valéncia at the Minnesota Conservatory for the Arts (MCA), 1164 W. Howard St. The artwork was created by students of Jeff Morgan, K-12 art educator and artist who has taught all levels of public school and post-secondary students since 1998 for Winona Area Public Schools.
The 2018-2019 Page Series will conclude with Winona artist Sharon Mansur’s “Dreaming Under a Cedar Tree 2.0,” an immersive evening of dance performance, art, food, and conversation with Middle Eastern flavor. Performances will take place Wednesday, April 24, and Thursday, April 25, at 7:30 p.m. in the Page Theatre on the Saint Mary’s University Winona Campus.
The public is invited to Classically Speaking, a Minnesota Conservatory for the Arts (MCA) Dance Repertory Company production Friday and Saturday, April 12 and 13, in the Page Theatre on the Winona Campus of Saint Mary’s University.
Former Thrivent Financial CEO Brad Hewitt to be honored at Hendrickson Forum, which features keynote speaker Cokie Roberts
Saint Mary’s will honor Brad Hewitt, former CEO of Thrivent Financial, with the 2019 Hendrickson Medal for Ethical Leadership at this year’s Hendrickson Forum. The Tuesday, April 16, event, “Weaving the Social Safety Net at Home and Around the World,” is presented by Saint Mary’s Hendrickson Institute for Ethical Leadership and will feature a keynote address by New York Times best-selling author and renowned journalist and political commentator Cokie Roberts.
Minnesota Conservatory for the Arts (MCA) will offer three unique eight-week workshops for adults ages 55 and older, thanks to a second-year of generous grant support from Aroha Philanthropies. The workshops, which will take place between April and November, will focus on creative journaling, watercolor painting, and a special intergenerational printmaking program that welcomes older adults and area youth to participate together.
Throughout March, Youth Art Month, the Minnesota Conservatory for the Arts (MCA) has filled the walls of the Valéncia Arts Center at 1164 W. Howard St. with Minnesota winners of the 2019 MN PTA Reflections arts program. Students in kindergarten through grade 12 are displaying artwork for the show titled, “Heroes Around Us.”