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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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Verse Like Water presents Chinese-American poet Jenny Xie

Verse Like Water: The visiting poetry program of Central Lakes College presents Chinese-American poet Jenny Xie at noon on October 29 in the Chalberg Theatre, Brainerd campus. The event is free and open to the public.   Xie is a professor at Bard College, and her book “Eye Level” earned the Walt Whitman Award. This literary event …

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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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Community invited to celebrate Darlene Palmer, a pioneer in women’s sports

The community is invited to join the family of Darlene Palmer, a pioneer in local women’s sports, for a celebration of life at 2 p.m. Saturday, August 7 in the Central Lakes College Brainerd campus gym. The program will begin at 2:30 p.m. Coach Palmer was honored for her work …

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Students invited to engineering, manufacturing camp 

Area students in 6th-12th grades are invited to attend Central Lakes College’s annual Summer Engineering and Manufacturing (SEaM) Camp from July 5-9 at the college’s Staples campus. The camp runs from 9am-3pm each day, with lunch provided each day. Transportation is available from the Brainerd campus.  The camp is a one-week adventure for students grades 6-12, and it gives them …

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Mahnomen City Administrator to speak on bridging cultural differences

Central Lakes College is hosting a free Cultural Thursday webinar with Mahnomen City Administrator Dr. Mitchell Berg on Thursday, May 6 at noon. Dr. Berg will speak on his experience both as an adoptee from Korea and on his experience as serving as city administrator of Mahnomen on the White …

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Community invited to view the Red Sand Project at CLC

Central Lakes College is partnering with several community groups to host the Red Sand Project, which brings awareness and takes a stand against human trafficking. The community is invited to Central Lakes College’s north main entrance from 9:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. on May 5 to see the Red Sand Project display. …

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The Central Lakes College String Orchestra presents Spring Strings

The Central Lakes College String Orchestra presents Spring Strings at 7:30 pm on Wednesday, April 28, free via live stream: https://youtu.be/KI5VvcaDWOM. Featuring the music of Coldplay, Walk the Moon, JS Bach, Handel, Vivaldi, Sibelius, Holst, Brahms, and more! For more information, please contact Orchestra Director David Thompson at david.thompson@clcmn.edu.  

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Community invited to Verse Like Water event with poet poet Valzhyna Mort

Central Lakes College’ Verse Like Water program is hosting poet Valzhyna Mort for a free virtual reading at noon on April 27. The link for viewing is: www.youtube.com/watch?v=BO1Uy8pbqEU. Mort, born in Minsk, Belarus, made her American debut in 2008 with the poetry collection Factory of Tears, co-translated by the husband-and-wife team …

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CLC to host Cultural Thursday event on Ethiopian culture

Central Lakes College’s next Cultural Thursday event will focus on Ethiopian culture. The free online webinar will be held at noon on Thursday, April 8. Attendees must pre-register for access to this free webinar at the link below. Guest speaker Haile Tegegne spent his early childhood in northeastern Africa. He …

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