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Nov
15
7:30 PM19:30

Curtis & Loretta Folk Concert @ New York Mills Cultural Center

Curtis and Loretta are in many ways the quintessential folk duo: finely honed vocal harmonies of multidimensional intrigue, abundant talent on an array of stringed instruments, deep traditional roots, great originals, and equally strong strains of gravity and playful irreverence.

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Sep
14
2:00 PM14:00

Picnic Operetta by "Mixed Precipitation" @ NYM Sculpture Park

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Join us on Saturday, September 14, 2019, at 2:00 p.m. at the NYM Sculpture Park for a one-of-a-kind outdoor music theater experience featuring a new adaptation of Mozart’s opera, La Clemenza di Tito, with high stakes sports drama, natural disasters, and ‘80s new wave music!

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Jun
8
7:00 PM19:00

Great American Think-Off @ Cultural Center of New York Mills

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Event Link: https://www.kulcher.org/2019-great-american-think-off-question/

Event Phone Number: 218-385-3339

The Cultural Center in New York Mills is pleased to announce the 2019 Great American Think-Off Question:

“To vote or not to vote: does it matter?”

This is the 27th annual Think-Off topic—a clearly debatable, timely yet timeless philosophical quandary meant to inspire thinkers from all walks of life.  

Do you remember a teacher telling you that it is your duty to vote?

Have you heard someone say that they don’t vote because they don’t think their one vote will make a difference?

Do you have an internal debate on Election Day about whether or not to vote? 

Even though we are inundated with information and encouraged to do our civic duty, the fact is, almost half of us don’t vote. The question is, does it matter? We want to know what YOU think! 
 
All are invited to submit their answer in essay form for a chance to win $500 and participate in the live debate this June.
 
To enter, submit a 750 word essay by April 1, 2019.  Four finalists will be selected to receive $500 each, plus travel expenses and a chance to win the title of America's Greatest Thinker at this year's annual debate held on June 8, 2019 in New York Mills, MN.

April 1 = Essay Deadline
May 1 = Finalists Announced
June 8 = The Great Debate

Essays can be submitted in 3 simple ways:

For additional contest details, visit www.think-off.org or call the Cultural Center at 218-385-3339.

 Click here to submit your essay now!

 For more information please visit www.kulcher.org or call 218-385-3339

 

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Apr
1
7:00 PM19:00

Copy of Great American Think-Off @ Cultural Center of New York Mills - ESSAY DEADLINE APRIL 1

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Event Link: https://www.kulcher.org/2019-great-american-think-off-question/

Event Phone Number: 218-385-3339

The Cultural Center in New York Mills is pleased to announce the 2019 Great American Think-Off Question:

“To vote or not to vote: does it matter?”

This is the 27th annual Think-Off topic—a clearly debatable, timely yet timeless philosophical quandary meant to inspire thinkers from all walks of life.  

Do you remember a teacher telling you that it is your duty to vote?

Have you heard someone say that they don’t vote because they don’t think their one vote will make a difference?

Do you have an internal debate on Election Day about whether or not to vote? 

Even though we are inundated with information and encouraged to do our civic duty, the fact is, almost half of us don’t vote. The question is, does it matter? We want to know what YOU think! 
 
All are invited to submit their answer in essay form for a chance to win $500 and participate in the live debate this June.
 
To enter, submit a 750 word essay by April 1, 2019.  Four finalists will be selected to receive $500 each, plus travel expenses and a chance to win the title of America's Greatest Thinker at this year's annual debate held on June 8, 2019 in New York Mills, MN.

April 1 = Essay Midnight Deadline
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Center is closed on Mondays. If delivering your essay in person, drop it off at the NYM Library by closing on April 1st.
May 1 = Finalists Announced
June 8 = The Great Debate

Essays can be submitted in 3 simple ways:

For additional contest details, visit www.think-off.org or call the Cultural Center at 218-385-3339.

 Click here to submit your essay now!

 For more information please visit www.kulcher.org or call 218-385-3339

 

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Dec
7
5:00 PM17:00

SimpleGifts with Billy McLaughlin: A Small Town Christmas @ New York Mills Regional Cultural Center

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In this intimate and “unplugged” version of their 2018 holiday show, SimpleGifts puts community celebration ahead of commercialization – pulling the audience into the sublime side of traditional repertoire in a truly meaningful Christmas event. Expect modern arrangements with an “Old-world” feel highlighting Billy’s signature acoustic-guitar, angelic three-part harmony vocals, bagpipes, Celtic whistles, violin, piano and tasty atmospheric percussion 

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Nov
17
7:00 PM19:00

Niijii Radio Collaborative Concert: T-Roy Anderson "Keeping the Blues Alive & Well" @ The Cultural Center in New York Mills

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Born in Duluth, and raised in Bertha, T-Roy's songs resonate with the history of the area, to tell stories of floods, love lost, and the gritty blue-collar life and struggles of the Small Family Farmers. 

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Nov
3
7:30 PM19:30

Solo Theater Performance by Patrick Scully - "Walt Whitman's Leaves of Grass-Illuminated" @ The Cultural Center in New York Mills

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This solo performance is about history, art, and literature – presenting aspects of Walt Whitman’s life and work that are fascinating for our time. We celebrate Whitman as an important artist for our era; a poet who loved America, and used his writing to strategically transform what he believed needed to be changed.

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