ZUMBROTA — Martin Zellarwill present his tribute to the music of Neil Diamond in a show at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at the State Theatre, 96 E. Fourth St., Zumbrota.

Zellar, an Austin native, was the chief songwriter and lead singer of the Gear Daddies in the 1990s. He continues to perform as a solo artist, as well as with the Gear Daddies at occasional reunions.

For this show, Zellar will perform Diamond’s best-known hits, including "Solitary Man," "Sweet Caroline," "Kentucky Woman" and "Cherry, Cherry."

Tickets are $28 in advance, $32 at the door, available through Crossings at Carnegie,507-732-7616.


Carve out some time for woodcarvers show

The Rochester Woodcarvers club will present the 43rd annual woodcarving show Saturday and Sunday at the 4-H building at the Olmsted County Fairgrounds.

A wide variety of woodcarvings will be displayed. The featured carver for this show is Randy Kinnick. Visitors can vote for the People’s Choice award for their favorite carving. Exhibitors will have tools, carvings and wood available for purchase.

Hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day. Admission is free.


Bemidji State choir to perform ‘Festival’ concert

The next Festival of Music concert at First Presbyterian Churchin Rochester will feature the Bemidji State University Concert Choir.

The concert is at 4 p.m. Sunday at the church, 512 Third St. SW.

The Bemidji State choir has represented the United States five times at the International Choral Festival in France, Austria, Belgium, Switzerland and Spain, and well as at Zimriya, the World Assembly of Choirs in Israel.

Admission is a freewill offering.


Resounding Voices to present winter concert Sunday

Resounding Voices choir will perform "Peace, Love and Joy," a winter concert, at 2 p.m. Sunday at Calvary Evangelical Free Church, 5500 25th Ave. NW, Rochester.

The choir will be joined by members of Arioso, one of the RAACHE Home School Choirs, for a multi-generational performance. Resounding Voices is a community choir that welcomes those living with mild memory impairment, Alzheimer’s or another dementia issue, and their support partners. Singers of all abilities are welcome.

Admission is $10; ages 18 and younger are admitted free. A reception will follow.