Crossings at Carnegie

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  • From Highway 52, take the Zumbrota (Hwy 58) exit. Go east into Zumbrota. Turn right on 3rd Street. Crossings is one block south on the corner of 3rd Street and East Ave.

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  • Can Accommodate Groups of 45 or more

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Events

  1. “Oh What a Night” Celebrates Music of The Temptations, Sam Cooke, and More

    “Oh What a Night” Celebrates Music of The Temptations, Sam Cooke, and More

    96 E 4th St
    Zumbrota, MN 55992
    Call: (507) 732-7616

    Ronn Easton & Pearl Productions present, “Oh What a Night,” on Sat., May 6, 7:30 p.m. at the State Theatre. The show pays tribute to the music of The Temptations, Sam Cooke, The Chi-Lites, The Spinners and many more.

    The evening features a top-notch line-up of musicians and vocalists: Wee Willie Walker, Ronn Easton, Maurice Jacox, Jerry Eskridge and Maurice Young among them. Walker is the winner of two 2016 Living Blues Music Awards. Fans of R & B music will recognize the Twin Cities legends in this magical line-up of performers!

  2. Poet-Artist Collaboration

    Poet-Artist Collaboration

    320 East Ave
    Zumbrota, MN 55992
    Call: (507) 732-7616

    Crossings’ 16th Annual Poet-Artist Collaboration exhibit, celebrating a pairing of two art forms, is on display March 27 through April 27. Read the poems and determine for yourself how the artists were inspired. Fifty-one poets and visual artists took part in this years’ exhibit which can be seen free of charge during regular business hours. A reception and poetry reading takes place Sat., April 8, at 6:30 p.m. both at the gallery and next door at the State Theatre.

    About 120 poets and artists participated in this year’s event by entering up to three poems each, or submitting artistic work samples. Jurors winnowed more than 230 poems down to just 26. Other jurors selected 26 artists from those who entered. For this exhibit, each artist chooses one poem from which to create an artwork. Poems and the work they inspired are displayed together.

    The poems share many familiar life experiences, from moving across country to losing a purse at Starbucks as well as experiencing nightmares and shadows and partings from loved ones. The artists turned their vision of the poem given to them into works using a variety of mediums, including oil and watercolor, mixed media, water-colored linocut, encaustic and more.

    Leslie Schultz, of Northfield, wrote, “Nomad’s Daughter,” which begins:

    I dream I see my father, once
    the deluge is old news,
    wandering in the street.
    He has on his black,
    zipped-up half boots and white socks.

    Inspired by a different poem, Alison McClocklin of Rochester created “leaning true,” a work with “bits of cardboard from the recycle bin, paints, inks, scraps of papers and cloth, and most importantly, the poem's gentle images…” McClocklin said “To honor the quiet, honest beauty of the poem "Crooked", I began with my first honest response. I built a crooked little corn crib.”

    The 49 participating poets and artists come from around Minnesota and Wisconsin, including 10 from Rochester, four from Red Wing, and others from Zumbrota, Goodhue, Lanesboro, Cannon Falls, and the Twin Cities.

    The exhibit can be viewed during regular open hours, at no charge. Crossings is open MTWF 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Thursdays 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., and Saturdays 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. For more information, call Crossings at 507-732-7616, stop in at 320 East Ave., Zumbrota, or go to www.crossingsatcarnegie.com.

  3. Wylie Brings the Wild West to Zumbrota

    Wylie Brings the Wild West to Zumbrota

    96 Fourth St. E
    Zumbrota, MN 55992
    Call: (507) 732-7616

    Wylie & The Wild West play the kind of Cowboy music that comes from a real place in America that often gets overlooked by the corporate music machine. Wylie Gustafson and his band perform Sat., April 29, 7:30 p.m. at the State Theatre.

    Gustafson is a native Montanan singer/songwriter who lives the songs he writes. With three decades of writing, recording and performing under his belt, he has matured into a dynamic talent, and has become one of the few authentic voices of the West. His music has been baptized with a hearty dose of trail dust and horse hair.

    For more than 25 years, Wylie & The Wild West have performed their refreshing blend of cowboy, swing, folk and yodeling music worldwide. They are hugely popular on the festival and theatre circuit. Stateside, they have performed at such prestigious venues as the National Folk Festival, MerleFest, the Bumbershoot Festival, The Stagecoach Festival, A Prairie Home Companion, The Conan O’Brien Show and the Grand Ole Opry (with more than 50 guest appearances). Worldwide, their genre-friendly performances have taken them to China, Russia, Australia, Europe, South America, and Japan.

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