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Community invited to CLC’s October Cultural Thursday event 

The community is invited to learn more about the people of the U.S.-Mexico borderlands during the next Cultural Thursday event at noon on October 7 at Central Lakes College. The presentation will be delivered live through Zoom. Attendees are invited to watch in the Chalberg Theatre on the Brainerd campus or remotely. …

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Dick and Lynn Carder Family Fund to impact even more CLC students 

The Dick and Lynn Carder Family Fund at the Central Lakes College Foundation will impact even more college students, thanks to an additional gift from their children, Coleen (Ann Turnbull) Carder, Steven (Karen) Carder, Brian (Carol) Carder, and Roxanne (Robert) Lueck.  The fund was first established in 2015 in memory of Lynn Carder, awarding a scholarship …

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Free Fallin’ pays tribute to Tom Petty

When he died in 2017 Tom Petty had achieved phenomenal success, amassing dozens of hits and performing sold out shows for four decades. Minnesota band Free Fallin’ celebrate this musical icon when they perform on the John Chalberg stage on Saturday October 3. The 7 p.m. concert is part of …

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CLC named to #RealCollege Institutional Capacity-Building Cohort 

Red etters "CLC" on south lawn of campus

Central Lakes College was named to the #RealCollege Institutional Capacity-Building Cohort (ICBC), by The Hope Center for College, Community, and Justice. CLC is one of 27 higher education institutions named to the cohort, spanning the nation from Washington to New York. The program is designed to assist colleges and universities in retaining students who need food and housing supports and who were made …

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“What’s Going’ On” Launches CLC Performing Arts Series

The Central Lakes Community Performing Arts Center debuts its 2021-22 Cultural Arts Series with The Fabulous Armadillos’ most acclaimed show, ‘What’s Going’ On: Songs from the Vietnam War Era.’ The concert 7 p.m. concert will take place on September 24 in the Gichi-ziibi Center for the Arts on the campus …

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Brainerd Community Theatre Announces 2021-22 Company

Fifty-four actors. Ten creative team members (designers, choreographers, vocal directors). Three directors. Added up, this group of community members makes up the company for Brainerd Community Theatre’s 2021-22 season of theatre productions. BCT Director Patrick Spradlin called it a truly impressive collection of talent. “We held our first-ever company auditions …

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Cultural Arts Series 2021-22 Season Announced 

With a mix of music, comedy, dance and magic, the Central Lakes Community Performing Arts Center is announcing its upcoming season of events known to audiences as the Cultural Arts Series. Center Director Patrick Spradlin called the season ‘ambitious, optimistic, and filled with events that have appeal for nearly everyone.”  “We approached …

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Azerbaijan is the focus of Cultural Thursday 25th year kickoff event 

Central Lakes College will begin the 25th year of its Cultural Thursday series with a program on Azerbaijan. Rebecca Rowe will speak about her time serving in the Peace Corps in Azerbaijan at noon on Thursday, Sept. 2 in the Chalberg Theatre and online. (https://tinyurl.com/2a32uazv) The program is free and open to the public.  Rowe is the director of the North Central Small Business Development …

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Get the shot, win prizes

Students: You’ll have plenty of opportunities to get the vaccine, including at New Student Orientation Day on August 20! Brainerd: 8:30-9:30am in the South Hall Staples: 8:30-9:30am in the Commons We’re also holding weekly free walk-in vaccination & testing clinics at each campus, starting the first week of school. Brainerd: …

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Community invited to join music offerings at CLC 

Community members and students are invited to join one of Central Lakes College’s many music offerings.   Options include:   Pep/Sports Band  Wind Symphony/Concert Band  Jazz Ensemble  String Orchestra  The CLC Choir  “If there is one thing we have learned lately, it is that live music is needed now more than ever,” said Jonathan Laflamme, Director …

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