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Riverland Community College has performances of “A Christmas Carol” at 7 p.m. on Dec. 3 and 2 p.m. on Dec. 4 at the Frank W. Bridges Theatre on the Austin campus.
Treedome has become a popular new shop in downtown Rochester since opening November 2021. Now, as owners Nate Nelson, Maggie Panetta and Max Haydon celebrate their first year, they look for greater growth opportunities in 2023.
The Studio, located along Main Street in Kasson, is holding complimentary classes this week to get tots, teens and adults to dance in the new studios.
Artist Chris Rackley will host a class on "memory boxes" at the Rochester Art Center on Oct. 15.
The Peace United Church fundraiser returns with four area drag performers hosting the event on Oct. 15.
With 43 years of work, 500 paintings under his belt, a gallery in the bluffs between Rushford and Houston and a book highlighting his life’s work, it appears Sieve made the right choice in pursuing art as a career.

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The Antonio Vivaldi pieces, lost for centuries, make a Rochester debut Friday, Oct. 7, thanks to the Bach Society of Minnesota. Vivaldi is the composer behind the concertos known as the “Four Seasons.”
The Stewartville native is experimenting with textures and colors to sculpt and paint with yarn.
Gar-lin Dairy Farm was filled with 20,000 people to see Luke Bryan, who was joined by Jameson Rodgers, The Peach Pickers and Riley Green.

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