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Banford headlines comedy show

If Mother Nature’s April Fool’s joke does not amuse you, please be aware that there is an option to slipping and sliding for entertainment.

The Republican Eagle, 04/16/2013

'Doll's House' tackles the unexamined life

It’s been generations since women first rebelled against their status, but their actions remain relevant still today, according to Commonweal Theatre Company creative personnel.

The Republican Eagle, 03/19/2013

Catch sight of 'Vanishing Minnesota'

Award-winning photographer and author Doug Ohman will bring his images and stories about “Vanishing Minnesota” to Red Wing on March 22.

The Republican Eagle, 03/18/2013

Riding together

Three of folk music's most respected singer-songwriters are coming together from the far corners of the country to perform March 9 at the Sheldon Theatre.

The Republican Eagle, 03/04/2013

Women building momentum

An effort to involve more women in Habitat for Humanity this summer will kick off March 10 with a unique event appropriately titled “Power of the Purse.”

The Republican Eagle, 03/03/2013

Sheldon brings 'Zydeco master' to stage

The Sheldon Theatre is once again indulging Red Wing’s craving for passionate music by bringing in Zydeco artist Terrance Simien.

The Republican Eagle, 02/18/2013

Dip into a sweet fundraiser

All women who love to wear bling and nibble on chocolate are invited to indulge their jewelry and dessert cravings at the annual Bling & Chocolate, a fundraiser for the Goodhue County Historical Society.

The Republican Eagle, 02/15/2013

Tower View shows have paintings, pottery

New work by two Red Wing artists — one an established leader on the local art scene and the other a relative newcomer still exploring techniques and styles — will be displayed Jan. 25 through March 15 at the Anderson Center.

The Republican Eagle, 01/21/2013

Earney plans more culinary arts events

Following up on the success of the culinary arts events she offered last year at the Anderson Center, Red Wing chef Amy Earney has scheduled another series of events for people who enjoy cooking as a fine art.

The Republican Eagle, 01/21/2013

Daddy Mack makes blues pay

Down home and funky — that’s a quick and easy description of the music the Daddy Mack Blues Band is bringing to the Sheldon Theatre at 7 p.m. Jan. 19.

The Republican Eagle, 01/14/2013

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