January 2018

Wed Jan 3
Thu Feb 15

Art by Inmates

The 513free Prison Ministry and the Heyde Center for the Arts are excited to work together to feature the artwork of people who have been or who are incarcerated.  There are over 2.2 million men, women, and juveniles incarcerated in the United States today. Each year, 650,000 inmates are released into the general-public and approximately 70 percent reoffend within the first five years of their release.  513free actively works to break the cycle of incarceration by building Christ-centered relationships and programs for those who are: at risk of going, those currently in, and those being released from prison.   

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Thu Jan 18

Artist Reception and Concert "Art by Inmates"

The 513free Prison Ministry and the Heyde Center for the Arts are excited to work together to feature the artwork of people who have been or who are incarcerated.  There are over 2.2 million men, women, and juveniles incarcerated in the United States today. Each year, 650,000 inmates are released into the general-public and approximately 70 percent reoffend within the first five years of their release.  513free actively works to break the cycle of incarceration by building Christ-centered relationships and programs for those who are: at risk of going, those currently in, and those being released from prison.   

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February 2018

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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December 2018

Fri Dec 7

Michael Perry

Raised on a small Midwestern dairy farm, Michael Perry put himself through nursing school while working on a ranch in Wyoming, then wound up writing by happy accident. He lives with his wife and two daughters in rural Wisconsin, where he performs widely as a humorist. A guaranteed night of laughter and who knows what from humorist, author, and who-knows-what Michael Perry. 

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