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Minnesota Stories in a Changing Climate

New London Roaming Cinema:

"Minnesota Stories in a
Changing Climate "

Fri. August 26th
at 7:00pm

Climate change is affecting our state’s varied regions and residents in different ways, but all Minnesotans have a story to tell. The Twin Cities PBS production “Minnesota Stories in a Changing Climate” showcases these stories, along with narration from some of the state’s leading climate experts. Join us for a screening of the film and a facilitated discussion.

New London Roaming Cinema is a cinematic odyssey for the audience to interact with other participants and the films through viewing movies and having discussions in different venues. This is an Indoor Roam event, where participants are asked to bring an open mind during this more structured format. All movies on the summer schedule are free and family-friendly. Bring your kids, grandparents or friends.

For more info on “Pop-Up” events:

New London Roaming Cinema was made possible by funding through the New London Riverspace Project and ArtPlace America. Extra gratitude to Climate Generation for screening of film and facilitating the discussion.

Zeppelin Experience

Zeppelin Experience

Sat. August 27th
at 8:00pm

Tickets: $15.00 at the door

With an entire arsenal of Led Zeppelin songs in their satchel Zeppelin Experience gives an energy sapping show playing some of the greatest rock epics of all time. 'Dazed and Confused', 'Whole Lotta Love', 'Ramble On', 'Heartbreaker', 'Good Times Bad Times' just to name a few. Focusing on the roots and inspiration of Led Zeppelin's core material Zeppelin Experience grabs that energy and brings it on home to you.

NL-S High School presents:

By Margaret Witt
Directed By april Kummrow

Wild Pink

performances will be:

Sat. November 5th, 7pm
Sun. November 6th, 2pm
Mon. November 7th, 7pm

Admission: $5 per ticket

Three smart farm boys have college dreams but no money to get them there. Their father thinks a rich aunt will help, but there's a catch; due to an old family dispute, their aunt thinks she has nieces... not nephews.  What to do? Don wigs, dresses, heels and even Wild Pink fingernail polish for a weekend visit with their estranged aunt. Their desperate mission: to convince her she has three beautiful nieces worthy of her millions.

"The Family Trade"

The perfect conclusion to the 2nd annual A Charles Dickens Christmas!

Sat. November 19th
at 7:00pm

FREE Admission

The Family Trade is a Twin Cities based folk orchestra led by poet-songwriter, Brian Laidlaw and vocalist-instrumentalist, Ashley Hanson. Together their harmony-heavy, word-rich take on Americana conjures memories of The Band and Neil Young. Laidlaw's poetic lyrics combine with smooth harmonies to create folksy jams that you can sing along to after one listen. Their enthusiastic live show combines the best elements of a campfire singalong with a stadium rock show and the performers’ joy and camaraderie spill into the crowd from the very first note.

“This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through an Artist Initiative grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.”


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