UPCOMING EVENTS:


THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4
MAGNOLIA SALON | ADAM HERMAN - MUSICIAN AND AUTHOR OF LIMBO

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11
MAGNOLIA SALON | PAT McCOY - HEALTHY COOKING

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12
COOKIN' AT THE O | DEBBIE DUNCAN

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13
COOKIN' AT THE O | DEBBIE DUNCAN

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18
MAGNOLIA SALON | JOE KLANDER - AKA KINDER CHOMPER

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25
MAGNOLIA SALON | BRIAN SCHAZENBACH - BLACKLIST ARTISAN ALES
OCTOBER NOTES
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 FROM DETROIT - LA - MINNEAPOLIS
NOW BACK AGAIN IN CARLTON!


DEBBIE IS BACK AT THE O!

Best Female Jazz Vocalist
Best Jazz Vocalist
Best Female Performer
Best Jazz Group
(Minnesota Music Awards)
CELEBRATE THE WEEKEND WITH A BANG!
GREAT MUSIC, FOOD AND FUN!

DEBBIE DUNCAN - vocals
Ryan Frane - piano
Matt Mobley - bass
Glenn Swanson - drums

Debbie has sung with Bobby Watson and Horizon, Roy Hargrove, Bobby Lyle, Jack McDuff, John Hendricks, Mark Murphy, Chicago’s legendary Von Freeman, Dee Dee Bridgewater, and Rececca Paris. She received rave reviews opening for greats such as Herbie Hancock, Stephan Grapelli, Miles Davis, Lou Rawls and Joe Henderson.

FRIDAY and SATURDAY | OCTOBER 12&13
6:30-10:00 PM
$65 TICKET INCLUDES DINNER

MENU

Craft Cocktail:  Rosemary Maple Bourbon Sour
First Course: Antipasti, Pumpkin Curry Soup, Focaccia 
Second Course: Pork Tenderloin, Brussels Slaw, Roasted New Potatoes
Dessert: Baked Apple with Caramelized Honey Ice Cream


SPONSORED BY
JAZZ PORTRAIT HARLEM 1958
(b&w photo above)
Behind Billy Peterson and Pippi (on stage at Oldenburg House), hangs the famous Art Kane Photograph.

All who have attended a Cookin' At the O jazz/dinner are familiar with this framed photo above our fireplace. Thanks to Kate Regan, here is an introduction and link to a NY Times article:

58 Jazz Giants in One Immortal Image
In 1958, these jazz soloists heeded a highly un-jazzlike 10 a.m. call to a stoop in Harlem for a photograph celebrating the music’s collective moment.

SUPPORT OUR ARTISTIC AND CULTURAL MISSION

ATTEND COOKIN' AT THE O IN OCTOBER

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
WE WILL RESERVE A SEAT FOR YOU IF YOU LET US KNOW YOU ARE COMING


OCTOBER 4
ADAM HERMAN
MUSICIAN / AUTHOR - LIMBO
Adam Herman discusses his debut novel Limbo.

"Limbo is legitimately laugh-out-loud funny, a rare quality in fiction. Adam's prose reads like Dave Barry on mushrooms" - Sam Neumann

As a musician, Adam has a soulful voice that is impressive starring in the numerous traditional styles of American music in which he writes. He employs clever conceptual connections and sprinkles in powerful lines that feel like genius turn-of-phrase.

NO ADMISSION CHARGE
SUGGESTED DONATION $5 AT DOOR
OCTOBER 11
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
OCTOBER 18
JOE KLANDER
AKA KINDER CHOMPER

A mild-mannered artist from Minnesota leads a double life as a baby-eating professional wrestler in Japan. Joe will talk to us about his professional wrestling carer, the making of the Kinder Chomper documentary, and how he became Uncle Clutch and landed a spot on America's Got Talent!


NO ADMISSION CHARGE
SUGGESTED DONATION $5
OCTOBER 25
BRIAN SCHANZENBACH
BLACKLIST ARTISAN ALES
Brian Schanzenbach, Blacklist Artisan Ales Co-owner and Head Brewer explains how this European-inspired brewery develops its artfully-crafted ales. Taste their small batch brews and explore the creativity that strives to elevate this craft to an art form. “Blacklist beers are brewed to express an idea, a time, and a place we hold near-and-dear. Sometimes it’s simple, sometimes it’s complicated, but it’s always beautiful.”

NO ADMISSION CHARGE
SUGGESTED DONATION $5
"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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