UPCOMING EVENTS:


THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28
MAGNOLIA SALON | ROCK OF AGES LIGHTHOUSE RESTORATION

THURSDAY, MARCH 7
MAGNOLIA SALON | PATRICK RING - STAIN GLASS ARTIST

THURSDAY, MARCH 14
MAGNOLIA SALON | BETSY DUGAN BACKYARD PHENOLOGY DOCUMENT SPRING 2019

THURSDAY, MARCH 21
MAGNOLIA SALON | KIM BUSKALA - JOURNEY DANCING AND DRAWING

FRIDAY, MARCH 22
COOKIN' AT THE O | JASON DELAIRE

SATURDAY, MARCH 23
COOKIN' AT THE O | JASON DELAIRE

THURSDAY, MARCH 28
MAGNOLIA SALON | SANDY DUGAN - 'SWEET AND LOW' AN HOUR OF TENNYSON
MARCH NOTES
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SPRING INTO THE EQUINOX WITH JAZZ & DINNER
JASON DELAIRE

Jason Delaire is an “in demand” Saxophonist and Keyboardist, as well as being a talented singer, songwriter and producer.

Jason has toured nationally and internationally with renowned artists such as Donny Osmond, Michael Bolton, Prince, Alexander O’Neal, Richard Marx, Solo, and Oleta Adams. Jason has also done studio work with Michael Bolton, Prince, Donny Osmond, as well as Bobby Brown, Oleta Adams and Flyte Time Productions.

GREAT MUSIC, FOOD AND FUN!

Jason DeLaire - vocals / alto sax
Chris Lomheim - piano
Matthew Mobley - bass
Glenn Swanson - drums

$65 TICKET INCLUDES
GOURMET DINNER

SPONSORED BY
This activity is made possible in part by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Arrowhead Regional Arts Council, thanks to appropriations from the Minnesota State Legislature’s general and arts and cultural heritage funds.
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


Thursdays 6-9pm at Oldenburg House
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SEATING IS LIMITED

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



FEBRUARY 28
HEATHER AND DAVID GERTH

ROCK OF AGES LIGHTHOUSE RESTORATION

Rock of Ages Lighthouse Preservation Society is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization, formed to restore the Rock of Ages Lighthouse as a monument to the skilled craftsmen who built it and for all those who were stationed there. Our organization partners with the National Park Service in maintaining this beacon on the open waters of Lake Superior. We are committed to saving this Lighthouse for all future generations.

SUGGESTED DONATION $5 AT DOOR
MARCH 7
PATRICK RING

STAIN GLASS ART

Stain glass artist and gardener. Pat will talk about the ways garden design and stained glass cross pollinate each other.  And how a post retirement ability to focus on stained glass work allows and encourages greater progress in creativity and craft. At the same time, with age, the scope though not the ability to be creative in the garden, must change.

SUGGESTED DONATION $5
MARCH 14
BETSY DUGAN - BACKYARD PHENOLOGY

DOCUMENT SPRING 2019
ART AND CITIZEN SCIENCE

Who has not noticed when the leaves emerge or turn color, when the crocuses and daffodils bloom, when the robins arrive? We all observe phenology in our daily lives. What if we wrote it down, took a picture, shared a story? Betsy Dugan, a practitioner of "Backyard Phenology’ tracks nature's cycles. Join us and learn about Document Spring, a citizen science and photography project based right here in Carlton County.


SUGGESTED DONATION $5
MARCH 21
KIM BUSKALA

JOURNEY DANCING//DRAWING
Come celebrate the arrival of spring with journey dancing and drawing - combining freestyle and structured approaches to inspire you to get out of your mind and into your body. Kim’s approach is not about learning steps, it’s about activating your imagination and revealing, recovering, and re-discovering your intuition.


SUGGESTED DONATION $5
MARCH 28
SANDY DUGAN

Sweet and Low : An Hour for Tennyson

Sweet and Low : An Hour for Tennyson,” a presentation of Alfred, Lord Tennyson’s Poetry by Sandy Dugan. Phrases from Tennyson’s verse are part of our language, but their original contexts are forgotten. This presentation refreshes our memory with poems that moved Tennyson’s contemporaries and will touch a susceptible heart today. Victorian England knew and loved Tennyson. He wrote and published prolifically; his poetry engaged contemporary issues; he influenced the language of his day. English speakers today say, “Their’s not to reason why,” “Sweet ‘n’ Low,” “I am a part of all that I have met,” etc. Hearing some of Tennyson’s poems will raise our sense of beauty in speaking English.

SUGGESTED DONATION $5 AT DOOR
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