Posts Tagged: Chatfield Center for the Arts

April 2018 Calendar!

April 2018! Spring! Hooray! The weather will keep getting nicer and nicer, and we can keep getting out for some fun! Start your planning now with this handy-dandy April 2018 calendar (and you can download the pdf here). Enjoy! XO, Inspire(d)

LOOKING FOR MORE DETAILS ABOUT EVENTS ON THE CALENDARS?
Check out these great April 2018 activities!  In chronological order, each event’s number coincides with its number on the calendar!

12. April 6: The Alaska String Band brings songs and stories from the great North. Decorah Native Paul Zahasky and family play bluegrass and beyond. Tickets $15 at the door. Chase the Adventure, 1838 Middle Calmar Rd – rural Decorah www.alaskastringband.com

13. April 7: Bluegrass with Monroe Crossing in Chatfield at Potter Auditorium. Tickets $20 in advance, $25 door. 7:30 pm concert; 6 pm social hour with food and drink. www.chatfieldarts.org

14. April 10: Dragonfly Books invites you to dinner at Rubaiyat with Charles Belfoure, New York Times bestselling author of The Paris Architect and House of Thieves. 6pm. (563) 382-4275 www.dragonflybooks.com

15. April 13-14: Mid West Music Fest in La Crosse! 50 acts and 6 stages – Funk, Americana, Bluegrass, Indie Rock. Where Music & Community Meet! Ticket info and schedules – midwestmusicfest.org

16. April 14: Hanson Family Juggling & Unicycle Show at Decorah Public Library! Join Mark Hanson, a two-time Guinness World Record holder, his national unicycle champion daughter, and family for stories and fun! 1pm. www.decorah.lib.ia.us

17. DATE CHANGE! April 19 (previously 4/18): Free Reception for Film Historian Michael Zahs. 5:30PM at the Porter House Museum. Zahs was featured in the documentary Saving Brinton – a screening of the film will follow at 7 pm at the Decorah Elks Club as the inaugural event of the Oneota Film Festival. www.porterhousemuseum.org

18. April 19-22: The 9th Annual Oneota Film Festival “Making Connections.” Films, panels, events, and activities for the whole family. For more information, visit: oneotafilmfestival.org

19. April 21: The Beach Boys’ Pet Sounds brought to life by Collective Unconscious at Potter Auditorium, Chatfield Center for the Arts. $30 advance, $35 door. www.chatfieldarts.org

20. April 22: Join the Oneota Co-op for their Earth Day Celebration from 5-7pm in Water Street Park. Including local music (Absolute Hoot), local food, & local friends! www.oneotacoop.com

21. April 24: Fearless Women of Dirt (FWD) Ride 5pm + Women’s Night 7-9pm, Decorah Bicycles. New info on Little Bellas Program, social time, and more! fearlesswomenofdirt.com for details.

22. April 27-28: Mid West Music Fest in Winona 70 acts on 7 stages Funk, Americana, Bluegrass, Indie Rock. Where Music and Community Meet! Ticket info and schedules – midwestmusicfest.org

23. DATE CHAGE! May 5 (previously 4/28): Into the Wild, Out with the Mustard! Join INHF at Heritage Valley on Apr. 28 for the annual garlic mustard pull. Details at inhf.org/events

March 2018 Calendar!

March 2018! The Driftless world is seriously excited about this month, because there is a TON of fun stuff to do! Start your planning now with this handy-dandy March 2018 calendar (and you can download the pdf here). Enjoy! XO, Inspire(d)

LOOKING FOR MORE DETAILS ABOUT EVENTS ON THE CALENDARS?
Check out these great March 2018 activities!  In chronological order, each event’s number coincides with its number on the calendar!

1. March 2: Kind Country and Chicken Wire Empire play Island City Brewing Company – Winona, MN. Show starts at 9 pm. $7 presale, $10 at the door. 21+ www.islandcitybrew.com

2. March 3: Start with a Seed Workshop, Seed Savers Exchange. Learn everything about growing a garden from seed. 11am-12pm + farm tour to follow. Register: seedsavers.org/events

3. March 9-10: Bernina Sewing Academy: Fear No Fabric! Learn how to master 20 challenging fabrics. 2-Day Hands-On Course. $149 includes technique book, samples, and more! redroxyquiltco.com

4. March 10: Grout Museum District “Kitchen Science”! Get your children excited about science as they watch and participate in experiments using materials found in everyday life. Decorah Public Library, 11 am. www.decorah.lib.ia.us

5. March 12: Artist in Residence at Lanesboro Arts: Workshops, film screenings and discussion events with experimental filmmaker Rini Yun Keagy of Saint Paul. Through April 9 – LanesboroArts.org

6. March 17: Kinderfolk on Stage: Enjoy live performances, appetizers, and cash bar at T-Bock’s Upstairs, 7 pm. Free-will donations will support Kinderhaus Preschool – ALL ARE WELCOME! www.kinderhausdecorah.com

7. March 17: Mid West Music Fest Presents Todd Snider! Guitar and stories like the old days. Pick a little, talk a little, pick a little… Cavalier Theater, La Crosse, 7:30pm. $25adv. Tickets @ Eventbrite.com.

8. March 24: Apple Grafting / Apple School, Seed Savers Exchange. Choose your 1/2 day workshop March 23, 24, April 6, or 6. Register: seedsavers.org/events.

9. March 24: Here & Now: Contemporary Music for Cello & Piano, featuring Craig Hultgren & Lawrence Axelrod, Porter House Museum, Decorah, 4 pm www.porterhousemuseum.org

10. March 24: Join us for Winneshiek Idea House, a live crowd-funding event with local entrepreneurs where everyone is an “investor.” Get inspired and find out more at decorahnow.com/idea-house. Decorah Elk’s Lodge, 5 pm.

11. March 24: Ground-breaking a cappella makes its way to the Driftless with Tonic Sol-fa at Chatfield Center for the Arts. $20 in advance, $25 door. 7:30 pm; www.chatfieldarts.org

February 2018 Calendar!

February 2018! One month closer to spring! ((We can’t wait!))
 Start your planning now with this handy-dandy February 2018 calendar (and you can download the pdf here). Enjoy! XO, Inspire(d)

LOOKING FOR MORE DETAILS ABOUT EVENTS ON THE CALENDARS?
Check out these great February 2018 activities!  In chronological order, each event’s number coincides with its number on the calendar!

12. February 7-11: The Frozen River Film Festival offers documentary films, speakers, and programming that engage, educate and activate our community to become involved in the world. www.frff.org

13. February 10: Ride your snowmobile to the Driftrunner’s warming bin near Granger for Charlie’s Chili Feed. Soup available to warm you up! Facebook “Driftrunners Snowmobile Club” for details.

14. February 17: Nashville’s soulful acoustic pop/blues/country duo Danika and the Jeb LIVE at SE MN’s premier listening room. Chatfield Center for the Arts, $17 in advance. 7:30pm.

15. February 20: Preschoolers, come with your caregiver to Barnetimen (Children’s Hour) at Vesterheim, 10-11 a.m.! Explore the museum, make art, eat a snack, have fun. FREE! vesterheim.org