THE LOONEY LUTHERANS
Saturday • May 13 • 5:30pm, dinner (reservations)
7:30pm, comedy performance
See details below!
THE LOONEY LUTHERANS
Saturday, May 13, 2017
Cost is $17.50 and must have reservation. Price not included in season ticket.
$30 at the door, $25 advanced sale.
Call 320-634-0400 for reservations.
The Looney Lutherans are a trio of wacky gals on tour promoting their new cookbook and “lifestyle guide” entitled: Use Your Food: A Guide to Healthy Living Inside and Out, From Our Kitchen to Yours, Eat Like a Lutheran! Using music, comedy, and some help from the audience, these gals share some age-old wisdom for living a long and healthy life the Lutheran way.
For more info on this group, go to our Concert Series webpage.
May 9–June 22
Formal Reception Show May 13, 2017 • 4–6pm
Fine Art • Mixed Media
Growing up I learned sewing, baking, and decorating cakes, creating works of art with icing, and making all kinds of crafts. I taught craft classes through Community Education, been on committees with all sorts of organizations, where creativty and leadership was involved, in church, school, and community. I have always loved the Alphabet, letters, and the love of words to express myself. I have been a Calligrapher since the early 1980’s and member of the Colleagues of Calligraphy, Minneapolis. Our Guild was instrumental in helping with the origin of the St. John’s Bible.
For more details, go to our Featured Artist page.
ELISA KORENNE IN CONCERT
Friday, June 9, 2017
4:00pm WORKSHOP (pre-register)
6:30pm CHILDREN’S CONCERT
7:00pm MAIN CONCERT
8:15pm Q&A WITH ELISE
Tickets are FREE!!
Purchase at the door, at the office, or online.
We have this incredibly FREE price for a FANTASTIC concert because of a grant obtained by Elisa. Thank her for that!
Call the office at 320-634-0400 for tickets or info.
Singer-songwriter and author Elisa Korenne writes intimately introspective songs and prose about her pathways, and the pathways of fringe figures in history. What binds these disparate life journeys is a profound and poetic sensitivity for the human condition. “My work is about cultivating empathy and opening minds and hearts,” Elisa says.
For more info on this concert, go to our Concert Series webpage.
July 5–August 10
Wednesdays • ages 7–11, 9–11:30am
Thursdays • ages 12–adult, 9–11:30am
$60 for the 6-wk session or $15 per class.
Call the office for information & registration.
March 18 • “Close to You”, the Music of the Carpenters
April 29 • Ring of Kerry
May 13 • Looney Lutherans Dinner Show
September 16 • Forever Elvis: The Spirit Lives
October 14 • Matt Vee: “I Am, He Said”; Celebrate the Music of Neil Diamond
December 17 • ‘The Nutcracker Ballet’, by the Continental Ballet Company
Thanks to the Lakes Region Arts Council for their continued support of Central Square. These activities are funded in part by a grant from the Lake Region Arts Council through a Minnesota State Legislative appropriation.
We also want to thank the Gladys Ness Brang Foundation, the David Larson Foundation, REA and Shopko for their funding of our activities.
As a non-profit organization, Central Square Cultural and Civic Center—YOUR community center—appreciates all you can do to help us promote our events.
Thanks for keeping arts education and programming alive in West Central Minnesota!
We welcome you to Central Square!
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.