Everyday People to perform at Railhouse March 7

Mar 4, 2020
Brent and Sheena, the Red Wing duo known as Everyday People, will perform Saturday, March 7, at the Railhouse Grill in Lake City. Their slogan is “Bringing peace, love, and music to you from the ‘60’s to today!” The performance is from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. There is no cover charge. Railhouse Grill is...

Fiesta shoppers round-up $1,500 for food shelf

Mar 4, 2020
In the month of December, Fiesta Foods in Lake City gave grocery shoppers the opportunity to round up their total to the nearest dollar at check-out with the difference going to the Lake City Food Shelf. Recently Fiesta Foods owner Phil Nyberg presented a $1,500 dollar check representing proceeds...

Pistol Whippin’ Party Penguins at Folk Forum on March 7

Mar 4, 2020
Minneapolis quintet The Pistol Whippin’ Party Penguins will play a mix of folk, rock, blues, and bluegrass during an 8 p.m. show at the Oak Center General Store’s Folk Forum Saturday, March 7. Tickets are $15 in advance or $18 at the door: people with low income can inquire about reduced prices....

Round-up campaign raises money for American Legion baseball team

Mar 4, 2020
For the month of March, shoppers at Fiesta Foods can round up their check-out total to the next dollar with the difference going to support the Lake City American Legion baseball team. The post’s budget for the team this year is $2,600 and the money raised from the fundraiser will help defray some...

Art, history, film and music come together for ‘I Am Woman’ on March 14

Mar 4, 2020
Lake City Area Arts will be celebrating Women’s History Month on March 14 with an event featuring 48 works from 24 artists, six presentations or performances, and several historical displays. “I Am Woman” will take place from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the Lake City Area Arts Center, 105 W. Center St.,...

Assistive tech expert will speak to low vision support group

Mar 4, 2020
This month’s low vision support group meeting is scheduled for March 12 at 2:15 p.m. at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, 110 So. Oak Street. Jonathan Campbell, who is an information-technology person who works for the Minnesota Services for the Blind will be welcomed back as the guest speaker. He...

Book giveaway kicks off county Alzheimer’s program

Mar 4, 2020
Community members interested in Alzheimer’s disease can pick up a free copy of “Still Alice,” an award-winning New York Times Bestseller written by neuroscientist Lisa Genova. “Her book has been critically important to advancing the public’s understanding of Alzheimer’s,” according to the Wabasha...

Chamber visits Capitol

Mar 4, 2020
The Lake City Chamber of Commerce staff and volunteers spent the end of last week at Chamber Day at the Capitol, an event hosted by the Minnesota Chamber of Commerce. The event gives chambers an opportunity to speak to state legislators, fellow chambers, and business partners, according to a news...

Community suppers on hold while church celebrates Lent

Mar 4, 2020
St. Mark’s Episcopal Church has issued a reminder that it will be suspending its monthly community suppers until after Easter. Last month the girl scouts who helped with preparation, serving and clean up were Carleen Jones, Melissa Jones, Cadie Wolf and leader Jena Kutina. The church looks...

Eagle center announces more eagle-viewing cruises

Mar 4, 2020
The National Eagle Center’s On the Lake and On the River eagle viewing cruises are returning for the 2020 summer season. Cruises will be aboard the Pearl of the Lake in Lake City and the Cal Fremling in Winona. They will host a series of six cruises starting in June and running through October....


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