|Saturday, April 28, 2012
| ||Habitat for Humanity Pancake Breakfast
8:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Sons of Norway Heimbygda Lodge
The bidding has started for the Habitat for Humanity Auction.
Go to www.habitatwinonafillmore.org/auction.php to view the auction items and start bidding.
The online auction will end at 8:00 pm on Thursday, April 26th, and those will be the starting bids for the silent auction on Saturday, April 28th at the Sons of Norway Lodge in Lanesboro, where a pancake breakfast will be served for a donation. The bidding and breakfast will start at 8:30 am on Saturday and the bidding will end at Noon. So come and enjoy some breakfast and bid often!
Don’t forget you can check out the Root River Earth Day Celebration (http://www.eagle-bluff.org/top/programs/special-events/) from 10 am -2 pm in Sylvan Park, as long as you don’t forget to come back and place those final bids before noon!
| ||Earth Day Lanesboro Farmers Market
9:00 AM - 11:59 AM
Locally grown products, produce, plants, baked goods, preserves, meats.
| ||Exhibit: "Land by Hand: Fiber Artists Explore Place"
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Lanesboro Arts Center
Lanesboro Arts Center, in partnership with Textile Center, present "Land by Hand: Fiber Artists Explore Place." Featuring work by 15 Minnesota artists. Sponsored by Commonweal Theatre Company, and supported by the Minnesota State Arts Board.
| ||Flowers for MOM Spring Camp at Potiche
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Spring is in the air! Come to a fun class for two great projects. 1st paint a special bowl with an added touch of spring. 2nd project is to jazz up a terra cotta pot to plant Mom a flower. A great gift for Mom or Grandma this Mothers Day. Please stop in or call Potiche to sign up for this camp. 507-467-2929. We are super excited to offer this fun class for the Spring, and will soon have our Summer camp schedule out.
|Dinner on the Bluff
5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
"The Role that Prairies Play"
Bruno Borsari, Ph.D. Department of Biology, Winona State University
The demise of prairies due to an expansion of farming systems obliterated the ecological integrity and resiliency of prairies that for thousands of years had dominated most of the landscape in North America. However, in the last five decades a restoration movement has been growing strong in the upper Midwest region of the U.S. to reclaim the plant community and the biological heritage that was once a keystone feature of this bioregion. This presentation illustrates the efforts in bringing back the prairie on a small family farm in Winona County, Minnesota. Such an approach in land management enhanced valuable ecological services and it is predicated in this context as a sustainable form of landscape design and reconstruction.
Presentation will begin at 5:30pm followed by a buffet dinner.
| ||Pillars of Society
7:30 PM - 10:00 PM
Secrets from the past threaten to engulf a prominent businessman about to embark on the greatest project of his career. This drama about the price of ambition continues Commonweal’s series of new Ibsen adaptations by acclaimed playwright Jeffrey Hatcher.