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The public is cordially invited to attend three upcoming events relating
to the new grand piano which was purchased by donations from the
community and delivered to Decorah Lutheran Church on Labor Day weekend.
Visitors may now experience the Porter House Museum's iconic, whimsical
rock wall in a brand new way—free of charge and at any time.
For a fun preview of next week’s 50th annual Nordic Fest in Decorah,
everyone is invited to attend Lawn Chair Night Thursday, July 21, in
front of the Winneshiek County courthouse.
Donalee Burns is hard at work costuming 59 people in clothing appropriate for pre-revolutionary Russia.
Everyone is invited to join Dragonfly Books with Minnesota author Peter
Geye as he talks about his new book, Wintering Wednesday, June 15, at 7
p.m. at Dragonfly Books.
Decorah's Porter House Museum is holding its third annual Garden Party fundraiser Saturday, June 11, from 4 to 6 p.m.
Lawn Chair Night, the popular long-standing music series in Decorah,
welcomes Mark Armstrong Thursday, June 9, from 7 to 8 p.m., in front of
the Winneshiek County courthouse. Rain location is under the Decorah
Dragonfly Books hosts Story Time Saturday mornings from 10 to 10:30 a.m.
Luther College President Paula J. Carlson has announced the appointment
of Anne Edison-Albright as college pastor at Luther. She will join
College Pastor Michael Blair in Luther's Office for College Ministries
starting Aug. 15.
singer/songwriter Rosanne Cash leads a cast of talented performances
for the 2016-17 Center Stage Series, Sept. 10 through April 7.
the national Norwegian-American museum and heritage center, is offering
free admission to all active duty military personnel and their
families, including National Guard and Reserve, from Memorial Day
through Labor Day, Sept. 5.
David Rosheim, a former Decorah resident and Luther graduate (1966), has
published a history of Iowa’s psychiatric hospitals at Cherokee,
Independence, Mount Pleasant and Clarinda – two of which, Clarinda and
Mt. Pleasant, were closed last year.
Community College (NICC) held spring commencement for Calmar campus
graduates Thursday, May 12, at the Regents Center on the Luther College
It’s spring and that means Northern Lights, the women’s chorale of NE
Iowa and SE Minnesota, will present a free concert for the public.
Brianna Shelly, Luther College senior from Scottsdale, Ariz., is the
2015-16 recipient of the Alan R. and Sally J. Brudos Family Opera Prize.
The Decorah Youth Football program, a division of the Youth Sports
Foundation, is having its annual registration/equipment fitting
informational meeting Sunday, April 23, at 4 p.m. at the North Winn
Teams were crowned the unofficial champions of Winneshiek County Tuesday
night at the Winneshiek County Triangular golf meet, featuring the boys
and girls golf squads from Decorah, South Winn and Turkey Valley.
The sun was shining down on Viking Stadium as the Decorah boys track team hosted its final home meet of the 2017 season.
Finally playing in the sun and warmth, the Decorah boys tennis team
faced a squad full of experience, falling to Onalaska (Wis.) 7-2 Monday
night on the Luther courts.
South Winn senior Josie Kriener made it official Monday afternoon.
On the first nice night for golf, the Decorah girls golf team traveled to Waukon Monday.
Seeing some different competition, the Decorah girls track team split to
start the week, with the “varsity” at Maquoketa Valley Monday and the
“JV” at Crestwood Tuesday.
Playing at Silvercrest Monday night, the Decorah boys golf team picked
up its first win of the season, besting Waukon 170 to 215.
With a big meet on tap, the Turkey Valley boys track team put up strong numbers at the Charles City Invite.
It was a mixed start to the week for the Decorah girls tennis team as the Vikings split its two contests.
In one of the largest invites of the year, the South Winn girls track
team traveled to Hudson Monday night for the Pirate Relays.
The Turkey Valley trap shooting team continues to do well early in the season, competing in two events recently.
The Decorah girls track seniors were sent off in fine style Thursday
night as the Vikings claimed the team title at the Decorah Relays, the
second of two home meets this season.
The wins continue to pile up for the Decorah girls soccer team as the
Vikings (3-1) defeated Gladbrook-Reinbeck (2-2) 4-0 at home Thursday
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