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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  • MTWF 10-5, Th 10-8, Sat 10-4

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  • Can Accommodate Groups of 45 or more

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Events

  1. Accordion-O-Rama

    Accordion-O-Rama

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

    An event that never fails to delight sell-out audiences, Accordion-O-Rama returns to Crossings. This year’s performers are Denny Malmberg and Patrick Harison.

    Accordion-O-Rama has been around since 2004 when Dan Newton, a.k.a. Daddy Squeeze, and Marie Marvin, who runs Crossings at Carnegie, organized the first event. According to a 2010 MinnPost article by Pamela Espeland, “the idea was to hold a miniature accordion festival, showcasing different musicians and musical styles, in a town where people were likely to show up, a stronghold of Polish and German heritage and polka.” There continues to be cookies at the intermission.

    Denny Malmberg can be seen performing throughout the Minneapolis/St. Paul area with various groups including: The Golden Strings, The Mouldy Figs, and with his own Quartet. He also a frequent performer at Crooners’ Lounge & Supper Club performing with the talented songstress Charmin Michelle.

    Patrick Harison is a young American button accordionist adept in a wide variety of settings and genres. He currently resides in Minneapolis, performing in a diverse array of projects including Patty and The Buttons, Jack Klatt and The Cat Swingers, The Cactus Blossoms, and Eisner's Klezmorim. Harison also is active as an orchestral soloist playing both classical and pops programs with top orchestras across the United States under the baton of luminaries such as Doc Severinsen and Sarah Hicks. When not performing, he is an in demand composer, session musician, educator and arranger.

  2. Dusty Heart: Barbara Jean and Molly Dean Accomplish Exquisite Harmonies

    Dusty Heart: Barbara Jean and Molly Dean Accomplish Exquisite Harmonies

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

    Rich vocal harmonies merge with intimate layers of guitar, fiddle and banjo to define the lush sound of the duo, Dusty Heart. Barbara Jean and Molly Dean perform Fri., July 29, at 7:30 p.m. at Crossings.

    The two songwriters are recognized in their own right for poetic lyrics and distinct vocal styles; when these combine as Dusty Heart they fuse to create a powerful and haunting sound that takes on a life of its own. The pair met in the bustling Minneapolis music scene and decided to join forces crafting a sound that bridges together the diverse musical worlds of roots, indie, and folk.

    Barbara Jean grew up immersed in a world of music and sound, honing her early gift for the violin and a musical legacy passed from grandmother to mother to daughter, into a sharp eye for songwriting and a skilled hand as a multi-instrumentalist.

    Dean writes for both guitar and piano. The primacy of her sultry vocals continues to drive her songs with sincerity and delicate passion. Her music has been described as “deceptively simple” and her presence “enrapturing” – a songstress that eschews archetypal female folkisms with sexy, subtle rebellion.

  3. Exhibit of Becky Jokela and Julia Crozier

    Exhibit of Becky Jokela and Julia Crozier

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

    Exhibit of the works of Becky Jokela, oil on canvas, and Julia Crozier, paintings and prints.

  4. Exhibit of Maria Rose and Lisa Arnold

    Exhibit of Maria Rose and Lisa Arnold

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

    Exhibit of the works of Maria Rose Adams, mixed media, and Lisa Arnold, mosaic and stained glass.

  5. Exhibit of Nancy Grist and Kristine Fretheim

    Exhibit of Nancy Grist and Kristine Fretheim

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

    Exhibit of the works of Nancy Grist, soft pastel, and Kristine Fretheim, watercolor.

  6. Marie Penlener and Melody Tudisco Exhibit

    Marie Penlener and Melody Tudisco Exhibit

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

    This exhibit features the works of Marie Penlener, watercolorist, and Melody Tudisco, working in acrylic on copper.

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