Community Calendar

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Apr
24
Tue
Cultural Coffee Hour – Festivals & Celebrations @ University of Wisconsin-La Crosse - Centennial Hall
Apr 24 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Cultural Coffee Hour - Festivals & Celebrations @ University of Wisconsin-La Crosse - Centennial Hall

Cultural Coffee Hour is an event that helps create awareness of international topics and issues while generating respect and appreciation of different cultures. Cultural Coffee Hour is held in the Hall of Nations at 5:00 PM and on the following dates:

April 24 – Festivals & Celebrations

There will be free coffee and cookies. All are welcome to join. ​For more information or have questions please email Miranda Panzer, or Paige Navis,

Apr
26
Thu
WAKE (World Arts through K/Cultural Engagement) @ Northern Hills Elementary School
Apr 26 @ 3:45 pm – 6:30 pm
WAKE (World Arts through K/Cultural Engagement) @ Northern Hills Elementary School

The University of Wisconsin-La Crosse students and 4th Grade Students from Northern Hills Elementary formally invite you to come to our WAKE event after school on Thursday, April 26, 2018! We have worked hard on researching real world problems that impact people all over the globe and want to present that work to you. We have also invited cultural experts from the Coulee Region and other areas in Wisconsin to come and present information and activities from their cultures. Bring an open mind and a big heart as we celebrate empathy in education with the community!

Apr
29
Sun
Banvaas (The Exile) @ Cavalier Theater & Lounge
Apr 29 @ 7:00 pm
Banvaas (The Exile) @ Cavalier Theater & Lounge

This is a musical play that essays the palace intrigue surrounding the ouster of the mythical prince Ram from the kingdom of Ayodhya in northern India, and his (and others’) reaction to the ensuing series of unfortunate events, ostensibly about three millennia ago. While the genesis of the idea was in preparations for last Diwali (Diwali celebrates the return of the prince to Ayodhya), and intended to bring forth the lesser known story of what led to Ram’s exile in the first place (along with his wife Sita and brother Lakshman), the play poses the question of relevance of the code of conduct prevalent in the Vedic era of Indian history – or at least exemplified by the characters in India’s great epic – to modern society.