The Grand - New Ulm


"Ete E Paris" - A Night in Paris at The Grand!
Summer Fundraising Event: Saturday, June 17th

SAVE THE DATE! *Tickets Available Now!

Please join us Saturday, June 17th for an evening of all things Paris!
Smell the flowers, sip champagne, and enjoy an evening filled with lights, love, food, and live music!

This ticketed evening special is our first official fundraiser in support of The Grand Center for Arts and Culture for 2017 - and will serve as the kick-off event for our Endowment Campaign.

Seats and *sponsorship opportunities are still available! Space is limited, so reserve your tickets as soon as possible! Tickets cost $85 each.

The event will be held at The Grand from 4:30pm to Midnight. "Lola @ The Grand" will provide dinner, a five-course tasting menu, with live music provided by The Minnesota Barking Ducks and Parisian Swing duo Reynold Phillpsek & Matt Senjam. There will also be fun games, both live and silent auctions, plus more!

Contact The Grand today to reserve tickets while they last or sign up to volunteer for a Parisian event you won't soon forget.
Tickets are $85 per person and can be purchased at the Grand Office, over the telephone, at the Chamber office, or from GCAC Board Members.

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*The Grand Center for Arts & Culture is excited to announce Citizens Bank Minnesota as its premier sponsor for our upcoming fundraiser on Saturday, June 17th! As a loyal supporter of The Grand and its mission to provide resources for artists and musicians to thrive, Citizens has continually partnered with The Grand to enrich our community. Their contributions have been instrumental in our ability to provide arts, music & cultural education and experiences right here in New Ulm. We are thrilled to have them as our Champagne Sponsor and thank them for their generous donation that will be used to kick off our endowment campaign! Funds raised the evening of our event will be matched 2-for-1 up to $500,000. We hope you can join us as we celebrate all things Parisian!

The Grand would also like to acknowledge our recent Rose' level sponsors: A to Zinnia Floral & Gifts, Design Home Center, and Gislason & Hunter, LLP for their support.

The evening of the event, each of our sponsors will receive a unique welcome basket filled with exciting goodies for their guests. The Grand extends its sincere gratitude to the local businesses that have committed to sponsorships for our upcoming fundraiser on June 17th.

Tickets & Sponsorships are still available. We hope you can join us as we celebrate all things Parisian on Saturday, June 17th from 4 pm to Midnight. If you would like to become a sponsor or purchase tickets for this amazing event, please contact us at 507-359-9222.

4 Pillars Gallery

The next show, Jimmy Reagan "Through Jimmy's Eyes - Color as Communication" will open on June 5, with a formal reception on June 9 from 7-9pm.

Monday - Friday 10am-4pm and
Saturday 11am-3pm (Saturday hours only during exhibit run.)

Gallery admission is free and open to the public.

Future Shows

Jimmy Reagan "Through Jimmy's Eyes - Color as Communication"
June 5th - July 21st, 2017
Opening Reception June 9th, 2017 7pm-9pm

Sam Matter
July 28th - August 25th 2017
Opening Reception July 28th, 2017 7pm-9pm

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!

Artist & Music Space Available

The Grand Center for Arts & Culture (GCAC) is offering Studios to rent for artists seeking affordable space to create, The Music Practice room is available to rent by the hour for music/voice lessons and an Art Education space for Classes & Workshops.

Past, Present & Future

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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