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Cultural Thursday: Culture and resilience of the Ukrainian people 

The community is invited to attend Central Lakes College’s virtual Cultural Thursday presentation on the culture and resilience of the Ukrainian people. The event is at noon on Thursday, April 7 in the Chalberg Theatre or via Zoom. Pre-registration is required if attending via Zoom: https://tinyurl.com/56ejut53  Presenting will be Oleksiy …

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Senator Kiffmeyer to lead Rosenmeier Forum on Legislative Redistricting

The community is invited to attend the next Rosenmeier Forum, which focuses on legislative redistricting, at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, March 22 in the Chalberg Theatre, Brainerd campus. The event is free and open to the public. Speaking will be Minnesota Senator Mary Kiffmeyer. Kiffmeyer, a Pierz native, represents Senate …

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Verse Like Water presents poet Forrest Gander 

Verse Like Water, the visiting poet program of Central Lakes College, presents Pulitzer Prize winning writer Forrest Gander, an internationally known poet, novelist, essayist and translator.  Community members are invited to the free poetry reading at noon on March 21 in the Chalberg Theatre, Brainerd campus or via livestream: www.youtube.com/watch?v=zDX5ukBGRAk 

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Community invited to Cultural Thursday: Culture and values of the Anishinaabe 

The community is invited to attend Central Lakes College’s virtual Cultural Thursday presentation on the culture and values of the Anishinaabe. The free event will be held at noon on Thursday, March 3 via Zoom. Pre-register here: https://tinyurl.com/yckn4kmb.  The speaker will be Susan Beaulieu, an Anishinaabe citizen of the Red Lake …

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Community invited to poetry reading with Gregory Orr 

Verse Like Water: The visiting poetry program of Central Lakes College presents American Poet Gregory Orr at noon on February 18 livestreamed at https://youtu.be/JZNhVuUM9mg. This virtual event is free and open to the public.  Orr has published 10 volumes of poetry and books of memoir, criticism and essays. He has …

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Community invited to Cultural Thursday: Poland 

The community is invited to attend Central Lakes College’s virtual Cultural Thursday presentation on Poland at noon on Thursday, Feb. 3. Attendees are asked to pre-register here: https://tinyurl.com/2esve4dn  CLC instructor Dr. Ania Antus will discuss Polish culture, history and economics. She will also spotlight and share her experience as an accomplished Polish dancer and …

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Community invited to Cultural Thursday: Somali culture and customs 

The Central Lakes College Office of Equity and Diversity and the Cultural Thursdays Program will host author and educator Hudda Ibrahim to speak on Somali culture and customs for the December Cultural Thursday Program.   The program will be held as a live event in the Chalberg Theatre at 12 p.m. on December 2 and will also …

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Verse Like Water presents poet Kwame Dawes 

Verse Like Water: the visiting poet program of Central Lakes College presents poet, actor, and novelist Kwame Dawes at noon on November 19 in the Chalberg Theatre, Brainerd campus. This live event will be followed by a book signing and craft talk.   The community is invited to attend this free event in person …

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Community invited to live CLC concerts

The Central Lakes College Music Department invites the community to enjoy some live music at 7pm on Tuesday, November 9 in the Chalberg Theatre, Brainerd campus. Three ensembles will be featured: Concert Winds, Jazz Collective, and the semi-professional big band, the Central Lakes Jazz Orchestra. Tickets are $5 and will …

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Community invited to Cultural Thursday: The Very First Americans 

The community is invited to attend Central Lakes College’s November Cultural Thursday event, held in conjunction with Native American Heritage Month.  CLC Sociology instructor Gary Payne will present “The Very First Americans: Alaskan Indians’ Struggle for Cultural Survival in a Wilderness Paradise” at both 12pm and 7pm on Thursday, November 4 in lecture hall E354, Brainerd campus. Both …

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