Events For 02/01/2018

10am-5pm Thursday
Feb. 1

Mary Solberg: Water Portraits

Mary Solberg is a Minneapolis painter whose bold, iconic figurative work is influenced by religious imagery, the great master artists, vintage postcards, and circus sideshow banners. She paints people or animals living or dead, real or imagined, to venerate them on a more personal level.

Minnesota Marine Art Museum

10:30-11am Thursday
Feb. 1

Little Learners

Wiggle and giggle, learn and play...we have fun the toddler way with stories, crafts, games, themes, and snack! Space is limited and is first come first serve - we recommend checking our website or calling before coming to make sure we are running class on the day you plan to come.

Children's Museum of La Crosse
La Crosse

11am-7pm Thursday
Feb. 1

Through My Eyes

Printmaker Marianne Stanke invites viewers to revisit the cultural creations of ancient Mesopotamia. Reception: February 16, 5-7 PM

Pump House Regional Arts Center
La Crosse

5-7pm Thursday
Feb. 1

A River Runs through It

First Thursday Art Reception featuring the work of VIVA Artists in theme. The Workowskis, from The Nature of Things, will be awarded People's Choice Best of Show Driftless Art festival. See the spectacular table they've created with a river running through it. Exhibit showing throughout February.

VIVA Gallery

5:45-6:45pm Thursday
Feb. 1

Zumba in La Crosse

Join a fun Zumba workout every Tuesday and Thursday evening in La Crosse's historic Concordia Ballroom. All ages and abilities welcome! Zumba can be as challenging as you want to make it. You always have the option of working at the pace that is best for you. Besides getting a great workout, you'll find a friendly community of people that will support your fitness goals.

Concordia Ballroom
La Crosse

7:30-9:30pm Thursday
Feb. 1

I Do! I Do!

Take a front row seat to the marriage of Michael and Agnes! Laugh along as the couple navigates through their wedding night jitters, raises a family, and negotiates midlife crises. Set to a charming score, this pair demonstrates just what it means to love someone for better, or worse.

Weber Center for the Performing Arts
La Crosse