Arts & Entertainment
If you like to laugh and are looking to aid the mission work of area teenagers, the perfect opportunity to take care of two birds with one stone is by attending a special performance of nationally known comedian Bone Hampton at Freshwater Community Church in Waconia at 7 p.m. on Friday, April 24. Ge...Read More
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The Watertown Mayer Performing Arts Center will kick off a busy season next week starting with WMHS’s production of The Little Mermaid on April 16, 17 and 18 at 7 p.m. “We have events booked all the way through next December.” said PAC director, Joyce Peterson. “It’s an amazing space in ou...Read More
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Watertown Mayer High School students are gearing up for this weeks production of Hans Christian Andersen’s The Little Mermaid, script written by Timothy Mason, this Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m. on the Performing Arts Center stage. In this non-musical stage adaptation, an Elder, played b...Read More
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  Join Waconia High School for its spring play, the sinister and comedic production of “Gossip,” which will be performed at Waconia High School at 7 p.m. on Thursday, April 16 and Friday, April 17. In the show, high school theater students befriend a charming yet sinister new student named ...Read More
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An aspiring local artist went from the small scale to being featured at the White House — and just at the age of 14. Amanda Dressel, an eighth grader at Christ Community Lutheran School in Watertown, was selected as a winner of a design contest for the White House’s Easter Egg Roll, the largest ...Read More
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Rich Uncle Pennybags (aka Mr. Monopoly). Collect $200 Salary As You Pass Go. Take a ride on the Reading Railroad. Free Parking. Community Chest and Chance cards. Illinois Avenue. Boardwalk. Waconia? As unlikely as it may sound, the city of Waconia will soon hold a permanent place in the iconic unive...Read More
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