Come and join us as we celebrate The Grand Kabaret’s 5th birthday! There will be door prizes, drink discounts for members, drawings for gifts like CD’s, t-shirts, free memberships, and much more – hosted by none other than the Lost Walleye Orchestra! The Lost Walleye Orchestra play a mix of good-time, classic rock, americana, blues, folk and electric bluegrass. Members include Billy Steiner, Ron Arsenault, Dale Haefner and Dave Pengra.
Do you know a restaurateur who is looking for a centrally located downtown restaurant to call their own? The Grand is looking for a creative, business minded individual to lease our restaurant space adjacent to The Kabaret! With over 3,000 square feet of space, a wood-fire brick oven, newly renovated space and equipment, and organicly generated business from a fully functional art center, this is the opportunity of a lifetime! For information on our space, call or email the office at (507) 359-9222 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Weaving is brought to a new level with Trisch Beilke's exhibit "Under and Over: Weaving the Imagination". Trisch incorporates items like sinew, antler, resin, and seaweed. Hosting both functional baskets and non-functional abstract pieces, there is bound to be something interesting for everyone. Free admission, open from 10AM-4PM Monday through Friday, and 11AM-3PM on Saturdays. Oh, and most pieces will be for sale, so don't be shy!
We've just sent our new Arts Education Schedule so keep an eye out for it in your mailboxes! If you are not on our mailing list, select the "contact" tab on our website and enter your information and we'll add you to the list. For more information, go to "Center for Arts & Culture: Classes" on our website. Otherwise, call the office at (507) 359-9222 and we'd be happy to help!
The Grand Center for Arts & Culture (GCAC) is offering Studios to rent for artists seeking affordable space to create, The Music Practice room is rentable by the hour for music/voice lessons and an Art Education space for Classes & Workshops.
Over 150 years old, The Grand Hotel is a beautiful, historic 3-story building located in downtown New Ulm. The first hotel in the city, The Grand Hotel (then known as the Minnesota Haus) was built in 1856 by Phillip H. Gross.
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