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JELLOSLAVE RECEPTION CONCERT

Friday, April 11 • 7:30 pm
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SUMMER ACTIVITIES SCHEDULED

Check out our full {calendar} to see all of the activities scheduled for this summer: from kid’s crafts to summer concerts. There is something for everyone!

FEATURED ARTIST – RIKKI SNEDDON

Check out our {featured artist} website page about fine art painter Rikki Sneddon. The formal Opening in the Second Floor Gallery will be March 29th before the “Christy” play, even though her art show with us will run from March 3rd through April 14th. Rikki was nominated for Artist of the Year Minneapolis and currently lives in Glenwood! Come, check out her work, and support this bright young artist!

JELLOSLAVE

Friday, April 11, 2014 • 7:30pm

This will be set as a reception concert: up close and personal, you will be seated at tables on the stage, enjoying hors d’oeuvres and beverages!

Known for their dynamic improvisational performances, the foursome pours heart and soul into an eclectic original repertoire ranging from mesmerizing fusions of jazz, Afro-Caribbean, Middle Eastern and Indian rhythms, to surprising pop music interpretations. Go to our {concert series} page to hear some song clips and find out more about their music! Call the office for tickets at 320-634-0400.

CANTUS

Saturday, April 26, 2014 • 7:30pm

Acclaimed as “the premier men’s vocal ensemble in the United States” (Fanfare), Cantus is known worldwide for its trademark warmth and blend and its engaging music ranging from the Renaissance to the 21st century. You are invited to the group’s open rehearsal during the day as well as the concert in the evening. Check out the {concert series} page for more about their music and sound! Call the office for tickets at 320-634-0400.

ROSEMÅLING CLASS with Clarice Dieter

Friday–Saturday, May 16–17, 2014

Rosemaling00002Clarice has been rosemaling since 1977, studying with rosemalers from Norway and Vesterheim Gold Medalists. She rosemals in the Telemark, Os, Agder, Valdres, and Halling styles.

During this class May 16 and 17th, students will paint a 10″ plate in the Telemark style. Time will be spent at the beginning of the class teaching students how to paint the C and S strokes, scrolls, tear drops, and line work. Call the office to register for this class at 320-634-0400.

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The old Glenwood High School is a restored, historic landmark and under the care of Central Square Cultural and Civic Center, a non-profit organization. We are the home to concerts, events, galleries, exhibitions, art classes, individual businesses, and more. Central Square is dedicated to fostering the arts in our community, by hosting world-renowned musicians and artists.