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Jun
16
Sun
New Faculty Orientation (Online) Tickets/Registration
Jun 16 – Jun 23 all-day

This 2-hour, online, self-paced new faculty orientation session provides the opportunity for new faculty to gain the knowledge and skills  necessary to be prepared to teach at the Schools of Graduate and Professional Programs at Saint Mary’s University. Faculty can complete this session anytime within the one week online session.

Facilitator:
Sue Hines

Format:
Tutorial in Blackboard

Location:
Online via Blackboard

Jun
17
Mon
Junior Training Program for Dancers Tickets/Registration
Jun 17 – Jun 28 all-day
Junior Training Program for Dancers @ Minnesota Conservatory for the Arts

Are you ready to dance your day away? Here is your chance! Each day dancers will warm up in a ballet class, build foot and ankle strength in pre-pointe, dabble in different theory classes such as dance history, composition (choreography), and theatre, rounding out their dance experience with a “genre of the day” class, including jazz, modern, musical theatre and hip hop. Each day will end with a rehearsal for a final showcase that will be in our Academy Theatre for friends and family. Back for the second year, we will have special guest artist Natasha Posey, who is on faculty at Milwaukee Ballet joining us in addition to our fabulous MCA faculty.

No auditions are required, but it is recommended that dancers have at least 3 years of training.

Dates: June 17-28, M-F

Time: 9am-4pm, Performance- June 28, 6:30pm

Age: 9 years- High School (at least 3 years of ballet training)

Fee: $375 Fee includes over 60 hours of instruction and camp t-shirt. Students will need to bring a lunch and water bottle daily.

*Intermediate & Advanced Dancers 11 years-22 years please visit our website for details about our audition based 3-week Summer Dance Intensive with a boarding option, July 7-27, 2019.

New Student Orientation and Registration Tickets/Registration
Jun 17 @ 8:45 am – 3:00 pm

You’re a Cardinal now! New Student Orientation and Registration (NSOR) will help you understand what it means to be a Cardinal.

NSOR is your opportunity to be introduced to the many opportunities to get involved on campus and the many resources that will help you succeed at Saint Mary’s.

The Ways of Watercolor (55+ Adults) Tickets/Registration
Jun 17 @ 10:00 am – 11:30 am
The Ways of Watercolor (55+ Adults) @ Minnesota Conservatory for the Arts

Come and immerse yourself in the ways of watercolor painting and color mixing. In this eight-session workshop, you will engage with peers through artistic expression and observation. Through group and individual instruction, terminology and techniques will be taught to create final pieces based on themes of your choice. Past participants are welcome back.

Day/Time: Mondays, June 10- July 29, 10-11:30 a.m.

Location: Minnesota Conservatory for the Arts

Ages: Adults 55+ years

Price: $18 includes all supplies (Discounted thanks to a Seeding Vitality Arts MN initiative Grant made possible through Aroha Philanthropies)

This class is currently full, but you may register to be put on the waitlist.

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TEACHERS: NEXT STEP FOR YOUR CAREER WEBINAR Tickets/Registration
Jun 17 @ 3:00 pm

Join us and learn more how to achieve your career goals in teaching. This webinar is for you, whether you are looking for master’s or graduate certificates to enhance your salary, or career training to add another license or go into administration.

Learn more about teacher training in Minnesota. Understand the new tiered license options, and how to reach Tier 4 licensure. See how our graduate program schedules fit into your life.

Home and Community Options: My Fair Lady Tickets/Registration
Jun 17 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm
Home and Community Options: My Fair Lady @ Page Theatre

Home and Community Options presents
My Fair Lady

Lerner and Loewe’s My Fair Lady is that rare musical by which all others are measured. Eliza Doolittle is a young flower seller with an unmistakable Cockney accent which keeps her in the lower rungs of Edwardian society. When Professor Henry Higgins tries to teach her how to speak like a proper lady, an unlikely friendship begins to flourish.

Home and Community Options provides support and residential services to individuals with disabilities, enabling them to live full lives in the community. These productions were established to support the needs of HCO in serving people with disabilities; they have become a part of local community life and bring together some of the strongest talent in the Winona area. HCO strives to provide a quality musical production that integrates individuals with disabilities into the performing arts as a means of enhancing life in our community for all.

The popularity of the Home and Community Options‘ musical productions continues to grow, providing high quality and family friendly performances to sell-out crowds year after year. While HCO’s yearly production acts as a fundraiser to assist them in providing much needed services, supplies, and equipment for those they support, its primary purpose is to promote the inclusion of individuals with disabilities in our daily lives. Participation in this community theater event as cast members, backstage crew members, and other volunteering roles behind the scenes helps those HCO serves build lasting relationships with their neighbors while gaining skills in independence and daily living. HCO’s musical is just one example that individuals with disabilities offer valued contributions to society.

Tickets
Adult: $20
Senior (62 and over): $15
Child (12 and under): $12

Tickets go on sale Tuesday, May 28 at 8 a.m.

A fee of $1 per ticket will be applied to all online orders.

Jun
18
Tue
Free Speaker @ Cascade Meadow Wetlands and Environmental Science Center

Join us for this FREE presentation including information about Project Get Outdoors (GO), interactive outdoor activities, and information about the top 10 benefits of connecting kids to nature!
www.mn.projectgo.org

Main reACTion- Third Space Performance Tickets/Registration
Jun 18 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Main reACTion- Third Space Performance

The public will be invited to eight weekly 1-hour performances by Main ReACTion lead by MCA Theatre Instructor, Catherine Deysach on Tuesdays from June 11th- August 16th, 6:30-7:30pm at different locations on Third Street between Main Street & Layfette Street. Stroll downtown on Third Street and you will be sure to find the young actors and actresses wearing brightly colored shirts accompanied by a sign identifying the group. Locations will also be announced on the MCA Facebook page on the day of performances.

Main reACTion is a new improvisational theatre troupe made of Winona Area youth who auditioned to join. The young performers are: Charlotte Beyers, Halli Davis, Eric Gustafson, Emma Mielke, Uvonne Olcott, Lucy Sanders, Seamus Schwaba, Iris Smith, Abby Thrumer, and Kaia Van Tol. This activity is part of Artists on Main Street, a partnership between Winona Main Street, the Preservation Alliance of Minnesota, and Springboard for the Arts with support from the Bush Foundation.

Performance dates: June 11, June 18, June 25, July 9, July 16, July 23, July 30, Aug 6

Performance times: 6:30pm-7:30pm