February 2018

Tue Feb 6

Hand Built Pottery Class

In this class (two hours per night for two nights), Ann Manor will offer step-by-step instruction on hand building techniques from the simple coil built pot to more complex techniques, depending on your experience.

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Sat Feb 10

Why to Write

Writers call them benchmarks - those important moments that transform your life. To Dennis Miller, the author of 12 books and the producer of 7 films, they are blessings. Learn why as he celebrates 30 years of writing by sharing those precious moments behind his life and books with you. 

Following the discussion, stay and watch the premiere of the film "What Happened to Brian?" based on a live readers theater production by Dennis Miller. "What happened to Brian?" is a film about the death of a fellow worker and friend at the now closed Uniroyal tire plant in Eau Claire, Wisconsin. 

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Tue Feb 27

Fused Glass Pendant Class

Watch how creative you can get using different colors of glass fused together into a unique necklace pendant in this class by Ann Manor. During this two-hour class, you will create your own portable work of art, then come back approximately a week later to pick up your fused creation.

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March 2018

Sat Mar 3

Milwaukee Irish Dancers

A professional Irish dance group with a modern twist! The Milwaukee Irish Dance Company was formed by Elyse Transon upon returning to Milwaukee after years on the road performing and choreographing for high profile Irish dance groups throughout Europe and the United States. Her expertise combined with the passion of her group makes for an unforgettable performance! After watching the group perform, there will be time to interact and learn Irish dance basics. 

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April 2018

Mon Apr 9

Barynya

The world renowned Russian music, dance, and song group, Barynya is the premier Russian folk ensemble touring the US today. They have performed at Carnegie Hall, The National Constitution Center, The Smithsonian, and the United Nations just to name a few. They will perform traditional Russian, Cossack, Ukrainian, and Gypsy Roma dancing, songs, and virtuoso performances on several traditional Russian instruments. Every routine is performed in beautiful hand-made costumes from the region and era of the performance, and an explanation will be given to the audience on the significance and cultural uniqueness of each. 

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