Tuesday, March 8, 2005 • VOLUME 22, NUMBER 11

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art EVENTS

TWEED MUESUM OF ART SCHEDULE

The exhibit “9 Months in America: An Ethnocentric Tour,” will continue through March 27. “A Ready Dialogue: A Thematic Response to 9 Months in America,” based on the broad themes of Community, Identity, and Tourism from the Tweed Museums permanent collection will be shown from March 8 - April 9.
The exhibit, “Spirals in Space and Time: The Art of Leslie Bohnenkamp,” will continue through March 26.

Student senior shows, with opening receptions held on Tuesdays at 4 p.m., will be on display at the museum this spring. Nicholas Jaeb, Jake Schreiber and Gohlee Moua will display their work from March 8 - 13. Tanya Schulz, Melinda Boettech and Brittany Thiescher will display their work from March 15 - 20. Robert Winterfield, Ryan Purdy and Ben Barnett will display their work from March 22 - 27. Adam Kemptar, Molly Bentley, Katie Witzig, and Laura Peterson will display their work from March 29 - April 3. Bryan Koop, Gary Flarin, Eric Lickenberg, and Kou Vang will display their work from April 5 - 10.

ART AND DESIGN LECTURE SERIES

Cynthia Freeland (aesthetics, art and film) will be featured in the Art and Design Lecture Series at 10 a.m. on March 16. Sharon Werner (design) will present a lecture at noon on March 31. Douglas Padilla (visual art) will speak at 2 p.m. on March 31 and Rita Robillard (printmaking) will present a lecture at 2 p.m. on April 20.
For Tweed information contact tma@d.umn.edu or call 726-8222.

music EVENTS

SPRING MUSIC SCHEDULE

All events will be held in the Weber Music Hall unless otherwise noted.
A Vocal Jazz Cabaret directed by Tina Thielen-Gaffey, featuring Lake Effect and Chill Factor, will be presented on March 10 - 12 at 7:30 p.m. The Faculty Artist Recital: “A Musical Potpourri” with violinist Ann Anderson, joined by Pam Sohriakoff, piano; Rebecca Peterson, cello; and guests will be held at 3 p.m. on Sunday, April 3. A World Music Concert with the UMD Percussion Ensemble will feature traditional drumming and contemporary percussion ensemble works based on Javanese gamelan, Mexican marimba ensemble, and West African flute music at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, April 5. The Ovation Guest Artist Series presents the Assad Brothers at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 6. Praised as today’s foremost guitar duo, the Assad Brothers have been credited with “doublehandedly” reviving Brazilian music for the instrument. Their uncanny ability to play guitar together has helped continue their careers for over 30 years. A recital with Adriana Ransom, cello will be held at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 7. A graduate recital with Carolyn Rynex, soprano will be held at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, April 8. The French Trip Benefit Concert will showcase the individual talents of the members of the UMD Choirs. Hear creative and energetic solo and group numbers, “bookended” by choral ensemble repertoire which will also be performed in France. Proceeds will help support travel costs for UMD Chamber Singers and UMD University Singers. The concert will be held at 7:30 p.m. on Sunday, April 10. A Guest Artist Concert with SO Percussion will be held at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, April 12. Formed in 1999 by classmates at Yale University’s School of Music, SO Percussion performs music commissioned from contemporary composers challenging new music to combine musical, theatrical and artistic elements. For Tweed information contact tma@d.umn.edu or call 726-8222.

athletic EVENTS

HOME GAMES
The women’s tennis team plays South Dakota at 9 a.m. on March 12.
The UMD softball team plays St. Cloud State on April 20 at 3 p.m., Augustana College at noon on April 22, and Mankato at 1 p.m. on April 23.
The UMD baseball team plays Nebraska-Omaha at 1 p.m. on April 16 and 17, Winona State at 1 p.m. on April 16, North Dakota at 1 p.m. on April 24, St. Cloud State at 2 p.m. on April 30, and Bemidji State at 2 p.m. on May 4.
For more information contact the UMD Athletic Office at 726-7518 or see http://www.umdbulldogs.com.

theatre EVENTS

LOVE IS IN THE AIR
The romantic comedy, String, is set against a backdrop of poetry and pizza. It will be presented in the Marshall Performing Arts Center on March 10 - 13 at 7:30 p.m., March 13 at 2 p.m., and March 15 - 19 at 7:30 p.m. Above events are held at the Marshall Performing Arts Center. For ticket information call 726-8561.

EVENTS lectures/workshops

URBAN STUDIES LECTURE
Mark Lambert, the developer of Campus Park and other apartment complexes, will speak about for-profit development fundamentals at noon, Wednesday, March 9 in Kirby Student Center 333. For more information, contact Larry Knopp, lknopp2d.umn.edu at 726-6246 or Judy Trolander, jtroland@d.umn.edu at 726-8271.

PHILOSOPHY COLLOQUIUM: ROBOT ARMY
Jim Fetzer, McKnight Professor, will present “An Army of Robots?” at 3 p.m. on Wednesday, March 9 in Campus Center 120. The Pentagon’s latest brainchild is the idea of creating armies of autonomous robots that can be sent into Urban studies lecture.

INSTRUCTIONAL DEVELOPMENT SERVICES EVENTS
“Self–Reflective Learning for Conscious Competence” will be presented by LeAne Rutherford and Maribeth Overland from 2 - 4 p.m. on Thursday, March 10 in Griggs Center. For more information call 726-6207, 726-6975 or visit the website:http://www.d.umn.edu/cehsp/ids.

ALWORTH BROWN BAG SERIES
All brown bags begin at noon and are held in the Kirby Student Center Rafters unless otherwise noted.
“The Human Face of Globalization in Nicaragua” will be presented on March 10. In January of 2005, a group of UMD students traveled to Nicaragua with Joie Acheson, instructor in UMD’s Psychology Department, and Lyn Pegg, assistant professor of education at UMD. The program was in collaboration with Witness for Peace, a human rights organization that has been operating in Latin America for two decades. Several individuals will discuss their trip and experiences while also showing pictures of their travels.
“War & Peace in Bosnia” will be presented on March 17. In May/June of 2004 students and faculty spent three weeks traveling around Bosnia assessing the current state of the peace as they interviewed officials with the Bosnian government, NGOs, the UN, and victims of the Balkan War. Experiences and stories will be shared and numerous pictures of the beautiful country of Bosnia will be shown as it slowly recovers from the effects of war.
“Preserving Afghan Music and Culture in Exile in Fremont, CA” will be presented on March 31 by Sara-Beth Lawrence. She will show a film that she made based on her research which focused on the Afghan exiles’ attempts to preserve their culture in the United States, particularly through their music.
“Voices of Gendered Resistance in Neus Català’s De la resistencia y la deportación: The Triumph of Life, Dignity and Solidarity during the Holocaust” will be presented on April 7 in the Library Fourth Floor Rotunda by Maureen Tobin Stanley, assistant professor of Foreign Languages and Literatures. She will discuss a compilation of testimonials of over fifty Spanish women that were active in the French Resistance during World War II. This brown bag is co-sponsored by the Baeumler-Kaplan Holocaust Commemoration Committee.
“The Life of the Gypsies: Roma and Sinti in Germany Today” will be presented on April 14 in the Library Fourth Floor Rotunda. Gesa Zinn, assistant professor of Foreign Languages and Literatures, will provide an introduction to the plight of the Roma and Sinti people in Europe, especially during the Holocaust.This brown bag is co-sponsored by the Baeumler-Kaplan Holocaust Commemoration Committee.
“The Socio-Economic and Spiritual Life of the Mayan People of Guatemala” will be presented on April 21. Kimberly Crawford, a student at the United Theological Seminary in Minneapolis, participated in a trip to Guatemala sponsored by the Center for Global Education at Augsberg College. Crawford will discuss Mayan culture and spirituality, human rights violations and issues of global economics.. Co-sponsored by the Hispanic-Latino-Chicana Learning Resource Center.
“A Breeze in China: A Confluence of East-West Design” will be presented on April 28 by Bob Appleton and Catherine Ishino, associate professors of Graphic Design. The artists will show some examples of vernacular Chinese graphic design, brief clips of the interviews with the Chinese designers, and a video sampling of Beijing and Nanjing.
“Common Women, Uncommon Lives: The Changing Role of Women in Russia” will be presented on May 5 by Joyce Benson, a community activist and long-time resident of Duluth. In this presentation, she will discuss her most recent trip to Russia which included visits to St. Petersburg and the Karelian region of Russia. She will examine women’s work to better their lives through civic engagement in various non-governmental organizations such as The League of Women Voters.

BIOLOGY SEMINARS
All seminars will be held in Life Sciences 185 at 3:15 p.m. unless otherwise noted.
“Biotechnology approaches to emerging pathogen threats” will be presented by William Schneider, Research Plant Pathologist, USDA Agricultural Research Service., Fort Detrick, Maryland, on March 11. The lecture is hosted by Randy Hedin.
“Invasion of Lake Winnebago, WI by the zebra mussel, Dreissena polymorpha: A story of toxins, total phosphorus and zooplankton survivals” will be presented by Bart DeStasio, Lawrence University, Appleton, WI with graduate student speaker Allison Gamble, on March 18.
“Birds and dinosaurs, which came first?” will be presented by Frances James, Florida State University, on April 8. The lecture is hosted by Gerald Niemi.
“A dendroecological study of peatland plant community responses to flooding” will be presented by Rhett Johnson, MS candidate, Department of Biology, on April 15. The lecture is hosted by David Schimpf.
For more information call 726-6262, or visit the Biology department website at http://www.d.umn.edu/biology/.

GEOLOGICAL SCIENCES SEMINARS
All seminars will be held at 4 p.m. with coffee at 3:50 p.m. in Marshall W. Alworth Hall 191 unless otherwise noted.
Jack Pashin, Geological Survey of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, and American Association of Petroleum Geologists Distinguished Lecturer will present “Geologic Heterogeneity in Coalbed Methane Reservoirs of the Black Warrior Basin: Implications for Gas Production and CO2 Sequestration” at 1 p.m. on Friday, March 11 in 290 Engr. Dean Peterson, NRRI, will present “Deep Underground Science: University of Minnesota Proposal for Soudan Mine” on Thursday, March 17. Keith Brugger, Department of Geology, University of Minnesota - Morris, will present “Cold Facts, Imaginary Glaciers, and Visions of Paleoclimate in the Colorado Rocky Mountains: 20 Years of Dreams and Nightmares” on Thursday, March 31. Tim Demko, Department of Geological Sciences, UMD, will present “Ground Penetrating Radar Imaging of Fluvial Architecture and Assyrian Archaeological Sites, Upper Tigris River Valley, SE Turkey” on Thursday, April 7. Pat Farrell, Department of Geography, UMD, will present “Soilscapes” and Ancient Settlement in the Sibun River Valley, Belize” on Thursday, April 14. Marjorie Chan, Department of Geology and Geophysics, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, will present “Red Rocks to Red Planet: From Utah Marbles to Mars Blueberries” on Thursday, April 21. Steven Hasiotis, Department of Geology, University of Kansas, Lawrence, will present “Tentative Behavior and Distribution of Modern Trace-Making Organisms, Lake Tanganyika: Using Ichnofossils to Interpret Paleoenvironment, Paleohydrology, and Paleoecology” on Thursday, April 28.
For more information contact the Geological Sciences Department at 726-8385.

GREEN DEMOCRACY
The UMD Center for Ethics and Public Policy is sponsoring a public lecture by Terence Ball, professor of Political Science, Arizona State University, entitled “Green Democracy” on Monday, March 14, at 3 pm in SCC 120. For more information, contact Steve Vanderheiden, at svanderh@d.umn.edu.

JOURNEY JARGONS AND LECTURES
Journey Jargons feature slides and personal experiences or trips taken by University for Seniors members and guests. The lectures cover a myriad of topics. All are free and open to the public. Join John and Eleanor Collins, and Dick and Mavis Whiteman as they journey down the Rhine, Maine and Danube Rivers in a Journey Jargon called “European River Cruise, Amsterdam to Budapest” at 11:30 a.m. on March 28 in Kirby Plaza 311. Ted and Lorraine Pollard will share their vacation and Elderhostel experiences in a Journey Jargon called “Costa Rica & Other Adventures” at 11:30 a.m. on April 4 in Kirby Plaza 311. David Kess, President of Ely-Winton Historical Society, will discuss the evolution of the sauna from its beginning in Finland as a form of bathing to its recreational use in America today in a lecture called “The Magic is in the Rocks” at 11:30 a.m. on April 11 in Kirby Plaza 311. His seven visits to Finland will add personal experience to this old tradition. Don Myntti was in Jordan in October 2004 as part of a team of consultants who evaluated a government owned phosphate mining company. Jordan is a country with a rich history, limited natural resources, and a meager economy. Don will share what he learned about this extraordinarily ancient land in a Journey Jargon at 11:30 a.m. on April 25 in Kirby Plaza 311. Craig Fields, Planning Director of North Star Opera in St. Paul and artistic director at Opera Roanok, will share the plans for opera in Duluth in a lecture called “The Duluth Festival Opera: A Dream for Duluth” at 11:30 a.m. on May 2 in Kirby Plaza 311.
Peter Spooner, curator and registrar of UMD’s Tweed Museum will present a slide presentation about the collections and special exhibitions at the Tweed. Learn more about this wonderful campus resource in a lecture called “Tweed Talk” at 11:30 a.m. on May 9 in the Tweed Museum.

VIZ LAB PRESENTS
The Visualization Digital Imaging Lab (Viz Lab) invites the campus community to the “Viz Lab Presents” series. All events will be held at noon, unless noted, in 154 MPAC.
Bruce Reeves will present “Pilot the Wireless Workshop” on Tuesday, March 29.
For information see http://www.d.umn.edu/vdil/ or contact Lisa Valdez at 726-8093.

PUBLIC AFFAIRS LECTURE SERIES
Public Affairs Lectures are held at 12:15 p.m. on Saturdays. “Can Democrats and Republicans Get Anything Done During the 2005 Legislative Session?” will be presented on April 2 in the Kirby Plaza Rafters by Senator Geoff Michel, a Republican from Edina and an assistant minority leader in the Minnesota Senate.
“Can We Afford the Health Care of the Future, Let Alone the Present?” will be presented on April 16 in the Kirby Plaza Center Court Grill by Richard Teske, a UMD graduate. Teske is a nationally known researcher and writer on health care policy.
For information, contact Julie A. Smith in the Center for Advocacy & Political Leadership at 726-6711 or email jsmith7@d.umn.edu.

CLA THIRD FRIDAY LECTURES
The College of Liberal Arts faculty lecture series, “Third Friday” features recently published work or work-in-progress by faculty in CLA. The social begins at 3 p.m. and the presentation is held at 3:15 p.m. in the Library Fourth Floor Rotunda. All faculty and staff are invited to attend. Beverages and snacks will be served.
Marty Bock will present “The Power of Suggestion: Joseph Conrad and French Medical Occultism” on March 18. Maureen Tobin-Stanley will present “Reflections of the Holocaust in Spanish Culture” on April 15.
For information see http://www.d.umn.edu/cla/main/3friday.php or call 726-8981.

ITSS WORKSHOPS AND E-CLASSES “Dreamweaver 105: Behaviors” will be held from 9 - 11 a.m. on April 5 and 7 in Library 116.
ITSS is offering the campus community on-line eClasses. The eClass environment is based on WebX, a threaded messaging system. Instructors Laura Carlson, Barbara Z. Johnson, and Bruce Reeves, post lectures, reading selections, hands-on assignments, and review questions once a week in the online classroom. For more information visit http://www.d.umn.edu/itss/support/Training.

DOC TALKS
Doc Talk lectures are held in Med School 142 at 7:30 p.m. A Doc Talks lecture about obesity will be presented by Jane Hovland, adjunct assistant professor, Department of Behavioral Sciences, on Tuesday, April 12.
More information about the lecture series can be found at: http://somd.d.umn.edu/doctalks, or contact Janet Fitzakerley, 726-8512, jfitzake@d.umn.edu or Susan Kurki, 726-8512, skurki@d.umn.edu.

EVENTS classes

ITSS WORKSHOPS AND E-CLASSES
“Dreamweaver 105: Behaviors” will be held from 9 - 11 a.m. on April 5 and 7 in Library 116. ITSS is offering the campus community on-line eClasses. The eClass environment is based on WebX, a threaded messaging system. Instructors Laura Carlson, Barbara Z. Johnson, and Bruce Reeves, post lectures, reading selections, hands-on assignments, and review questions once a week in the online classroom. For more information visit http://www.d.umn.edu/itss/support/Training.

special EVENTS

PLANETARIUM
A planetarium show will be presented at 7 p.m. every Wednesday in the Marshall W. Alworth Planetarium. For information call 726-7129.

DISABILITY CRASH COURSE
Disability Crash Course, a disability awareness event, sponsored by the student organization “Access for All” will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Wednesday, March 9 in
Kirby Ballroom. A special presentation of the Canine Companions for Independence will be presented at noon and a pizza lunch will be served. At 2 p.m. the Epilepsy Foundation will give a presentation. Stop in any time to see Epilepsy Foundation info, a Learning Disability Display, Movies about Disabilities, an Autism Spectrum Disorders Display, Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services information, Hearing Loss Simulation information, Canine Companions for Independence information, Communication Disorders information., a Wheelchair Obstacle Course and more. Refreshments and a chance to win door prizes will also be offered. For information, contact: Traci at ohle0009@d.umn.edu

HEALTH FAIR
Join UMD Health Services for the annual Health Fair. This year they are “Reconstructing Health”. They have lots of freebies, free popcorn, great information and the chance to win some great prizes. Try everything from tea to beer goggles. Free massages will be given from noon to 3 p.m. The event will be held in the Kirby Rafters from 9 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. on March 9 For information contact Jacqui, UMD Health Ed Intern Health and Fair Coordinator at jhanson4@d.umn.edu.

WOMEN’S HISTORY CELEBRATION
For information contact Women Studies, ws@d.umn.edu, 726-7953.
Guest speaker, Rebecca St. George presents “Feminism in the Twin Ports: History of Violence against Native American Women” at noon on March 9 in KSC 268. Rebecca St. George is from Mending the Sacred Hoop. A Women’s Night in the Climbing Wall for new and experienced climbers will be held from 6 - 9 p.m. on March 10 at the Climbing Wall. Guest speaker, Janet Provost presents “Feminism in the Twin Ports: Grandmothers for Peace” at noon on March 16 in KSC 268. A film, “Breasts: A Documentary,” directed by Meema Spadola (50 minutes) will be shown at 4 p.m. on March 17 in KSC 268.
Guest speaker, Susan Morris, UMD Professor of Political Science presents “Women and Globalization” at noon on March 30 in KSC 355-57.
Guest speaker, Nancy Gruver discusses her new book, How To Say It To Girls at noon on March 31 in KSC 355-57. Guest speaker, Beth Olson, PAVSA presents “Date Rape Drugs 101: What you need to know” at noon on April 6 in KSC 268. Guest speaker, Maureen Tobin Stanley, UMD professor of foreign languages and literatures presents “Voices of Gendered Resistance in Neus Català’s De la resistencia y la deportación: The Triumph of Life, Dignity and Solidarity during the Holocaust,” at noon on April 7 in the Library Fourth Floor Rotunda. Guest speaker, Sara Evans presents “Tidal Wave: How Women Changed America at Century’s End,” 3 p.m. on April 8 in the Weber Music Hall. Evans is a professor of history and women’s studies at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities. A film, “Maria Full of Grace” will be shown at 4 p.m. on April 12 in KSC 273.
Guest speaker, Gesa Zinn, UMD professor of foreign languages and literatures presents “The Life of the Gypsies: Roma and Sinti in Germany Today,” at noon on April 14 in the Library Fourth Floor Rotunda. Guest speaker, Tineke Ritmeester, UMD professor of women’s studies presents “Witches of the Medieval European Burning Times” at noon on April 20 in KSC 268. Guest speaker, Njoki Kamau, UMD professor of women’s studies presents “Everyday Racism in the Academia,” at noon on May 4 in KSC 268.
“Meditation and Relaxation Exercises,” a workshop by Marc Langelfel, UMD professor of psychology will be held at noon on May 5 in KSC 268. Guest speaker, Joyce Benson presents “Common Women, Uncommon Lives: The Changing Role of Women in Russia,” at noon on May 5 in the Kirby Rafters. Joyce Benson is a community activist and long-time resident of Duluth.

FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM SERIES
Sponsored by UMD Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures, each screening will include the introduction of the film by a faculty member and a discussion following the film. All films will be shown on Thursdays in Humanities 480. On March 10 at 4:30 p.m. The Lost Boys of Sudan will be shown. The film was made in 2005, and directed by Brad Silberling. On April 7 at 4:30 p.m. a documentary on the Hmong people in the U.S. will be shown. The title and the director are to be announced. On April 14 at 4:30 p.m. Tales from Arab Detroit will be shown. The film was made in 1995 and directed by Joan Mandell. For more information call 218-726-6504.

AMERICAN INDIAN STORYTELLING
The American Indian Related Programs present “An Evening of American Indian Storytelling,” with American Indian storytellers: Amelia LeGarde, Lee Staples, and Roxanne Martineau at 4:30 p.m. on Friday, March 11 in the Kirby Student Center Rafters. A soup supper will be served. The event is free and open to the public. For more information contact: Lea Carr at 726-6976 or mcarr@d.umn.edu.

PERSONAL/PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOPS
The Department of Human Resources is offering workshops dealing with health, wellness, lifestyles, workplace environment, well-being, parenting, and families.
For a description of the training or for more information, visit http://www.d.umn.edu/umdhr/Training/personal.html.

CLIMBING SLIDE SHOWS
Relax for an hour every Monday night at 8:30 p.m. at the UMD Climbing Wall and take in beautiful slides of great climbing areas. Enjoy some beautiful images or plan your next trip! These slide shows are free to all and the atmosphere is casual. James Loveridge will present The J.Lo Junk Show (ice & mixed climbing) on March 14. Greg and Luke Petry will present Duluth Bouldering on March 28. For information, contact Kaija Webster at 726-6257.

PHARMACY AND “LORENZO’S OIL”
The College of Pharmacy, Duluth presents an M&M Movie, Lorenzo’s Oil, a film starring Nick Nolte and Susan Sarandon as parents of a boy diagnosed with ALD who begin their own investigation of the disease. It follows the triumphs and tragedies of their search and looks at the different phases and factors influencing the process of drug development. The event will be held at 6 p.m. on March 30 in Chemistry 200 and is free and open to UMD faculty, staff, and students.

A RAINBOW LOBBY DAY
A lobby day will take place at the State Capitol on April 7. Last year, the Capitol Building was packed with more than 4,000 people at OutFront Minnesota’s “Rally for Fairness” and nearly 2,000 constituents met with their legislators throughout the day. A bus will leave UMD at 7:30 a.m. and return at 5:30 p.m. To get involved with this event visit http://www.d.umn.edu/mlrc/glbt.

GAY MEN’S CHORUS: 60s SOUNDS
The Twin Cities Gay Men’s Chorus will perform a second benefit concert, “K-GAY: Sounds of the 60s,” at UMD’s Weber Music Hall at 3 p.m. on April 9. Tickets are $20. the concert benefits the UMD Cruden-Riggs GLBT Scholarship Fund. For information, contact Angie Nichols at 726-7300 or see http://www.d.umn.edu/mlrc/glbt. For tickets, send check made payable to “UMD” to GLBT Services, Kirby 236, 1120 Kirby Drive, Duluth, MN 55812. Sponsors include: Chester Creek Cafe, The Main Club, JT’s Bar and Grill, Gloria Dei Lutheran Church--Lutheran’s Concerned, Lake County Lutheran’s Concerned Chapter, UMD History Dept, Geography Dept, Social Work Dept, UMD Health Services, UMD Foreign Languages Dept, Psychology Dept, Education Dept., College of Liberal Arts, College of Pharmacy, Alumnus Bill Shipley (‘66), Faculty Members Scott Freundschuh, and Robert Repinski.

glensheen EVENTS

The Historic Glensheen Estate will be open for tours on Saturdays and Sundays from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. Glensheen is hosting Fine Dining on Saturday, March 19 and April 16. A tour will be held at 4:30 p.m. with dinner at 5:30 p.m. A Palm Sunday Brunch will be held on Sunday, March 20. The tour will be held at 10 a.m. with brunch at 11 a.m.
A Fine Dining event will be held on Saturday, April 30. The tour will be held at 6:30 p.m. with dinner at 7:30 p.m.
RSVP by calling 218-726-8910.


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