NOVEMBER NOTES
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UPCOMING EVENTS:


THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1
MAGNOLIA SALON | STEVE HOBERT / MARCUS WISE PIANO AND TABLA DUO

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8
MAGNOLIA SALON | EVOLUTION OF AFRICAN AMERICAN MUSIC - BRUCE HENRY PRESENTER

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9
COOKIN' AT THE O | BRUCE HENRY

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10
COOKIN' AT THE O | BRUCE HENRY

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15
MAGNOLIA SALON | KRIS NELSON - CHAIRS TO CHERISH

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29
MAGNOLIA SALON | PAT McCOY - HEALTHY COOKING

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7
2ND ANNUAL HOLIDAY MARKET | N00N-8:00PM

 FROM CHICAGO
BRUCE RETURNS TO COOKIN' AT THE O!

CELEBRATE THE WEEKEND WITH A BANG!
GREAT MUSIC, FOOD AND FUN!

BRUCE HENRY - vocals
Ryan Frane - piano
Matt Mobley - bass
Glenn Swanson - drums

Influenced by Nina Simone, Al Jarreau and John Coltrane, to name a few, Bruce’s music has taken him to four continents, garnering a large following in France and the Far East. He has an eclectic style of world influenced jazz vocals and composition. “he is a true master of the jazz art form.” – Mpls-St.Paul Magazine

FRIDAY and SATURDAY | NOVEMBER 9&10
6:30-10:00 PM
$65 TICKET INCLUDES DINNER

SPONSORED BY
Oldenburg House and Oldenburg Arts and Cultural Community are
grateful for our relationship with Wisconsin Public Radio and KUWS.
Here's to another 100 years of excellent broadcasting and community programming!

OLDENBURG ARTS AND CULTURAL COMMUNITY

coffee, tea, wine, beer, light food fare
enlightening speakers, artists, musicians and more from Magnolia Cafe

Thursdays 6-9pm at Oldenburg House
SEATING IS LIMITED
please reserve your seat


NOVEMBER 1
STEVE HOBERT / MARCUS WISE
PIANO/TABLA DUO
Minneapolis music duo blends genres of music into deep flowing rivers of sound. Join us for a discussion of their musical backgrounds/influences and a presentation of their music.

Marcus Wise - tabla
Marcus Wise is a top-tier tabla player, poetic and genre-bending. An ambassador of Eastern classical music, he makes Indian sounds accessible to American music fans, collaborating with folk, jazz, gospel and pop artists.

Steve Hobert - piano
Steven Hobert describes himself as a soul who plays, sings and dances while exploring life’s mysteries. His genre-blending piano, accordion and vocal music has been described as “delightful, innovative and viscerally inspiring” that “dazzles audiences with sincerity and playfulness to open up hearts and fire imaginations.”

NO ADMISSION CHARGE
SUGGESTED DONATION $5 AT DOOR
NOVEMBER 8
BRUCE HENRY

THE EVOLUTION OF
AFRICAN-AMERICAN MUSIC
FROM AFRICA TO HIP HOP

Bruce A. Henry Vocalist/ Composer/Historian
- his award-winning talent and music has taken him to five continents, garnering a large following in France and the Far East. He is with us November 8 to present an overview of his course - the Evolution of African-American Music.



NO ADMISSION CHARGE
SUGGESTED DONATION $5
NOVEMBER 15
KRIS NELSON
CHAIRS TO CHERISH
Local artist designs and paints chairs from antique to modern and has been featured in many regional art shows and collections. Her work captures places, stories and memories - and she aims to paint 1,000 chairs before she turns 100.


NO ADMISSION CHARGE
SUGGESTED DONATION $5
NOVEMBER 29
PAT McCOY
THE NEW HEALTHY COOKING

Pat McCoy, expert cook and Director of Nutrition Services at Cloquet Community Memorial Hospital, shares the latest insights from the art and science of healthy cooking - how to select, purchase, prepare, and enjoy a broad selection of foods. Learn how to reduce your disease risk by improving your dietary choices and practicing mindful eating.

NO ADMISSION CHARGE
SUGGESTED DONATION $5 AT DOOR
2nd Annual Holiday Market at Oldenburg House
FRIDAY DECEMBER 7 - NOON to 8:00pm

Unique holiday gifts made by local artisans plus Magnolia Cafe holiday goodies.

Handmade bath products, paintings, cards, wood products, baskets,
ornaments, candles, treats, jewelry, accessories & more.

BRING WARM SOCKS OR MITTENS FOR WINDOW VICTIM SERVICES
"The People Provenance"
Thanks to Ed Newman for writing this wonderful article about the Oldenburg House featured in the August-September issue of the Lake Superior Magazine!


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