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Alvord Theatre

1411 Ellis Ave
Ashland,

Located on the first floor of the Ponzio Campus Center.

Tulips outside of Ponzio Campus Center

January 2020

10th Annual WritersRead

January 24, 7:00 pm9:00 pm
Alvord Theatre, 1411 Ellis Ave
Ashland,
WritersRead

Join us for this popular campus and community event, where regional writers perform their juried stories before a live audience. Selected 2020 Readers Elizabeth Andre Macy Cunningham Claire Duquette Alice Ellis Joel Glickman Brontë Gross Kristi Kiel Tommy Lewis Liz Minette Brandi Shapland Victoria Lynn Smith Diana Randolph Tara Wisnewski Tina Higgins Wussow Marie Zhuikov With special musical guests Jan Lee & Molly Otis.  Emcee Cynthia Belmont The 10th annual WritersRead is dedicated to the memory of Laurie Otis.

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CUUF: Into the Black Sea: Stories of Darkness and Light

January 26, 10:00 am11:00 am
Alvord Theatre, 1411 Ellis Ave
Ashland,
winter berries in ponzio

For more than 40 years, Kevin McMullin forged a successful career involving various combinations of music and storytelling. A series of derailing events, including a brain tumor and the caretaking of his dying father, left him looking at life from a new and still changing perspective. He has created a body of written and performance material titled Into the Black Sea: Stories of Darkness and Light, reflecting those changes. Part theatre, part storytelling, part music, Into the Black Sea features…

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March 2020

Apostle Islands 50th Anniversary Resource Stewardship Symposium

March 30March 31
Alvord Theatre, 1411 Ellis Ave
Ashland,
apostle Island Devils Caves

The Apostle Islands are an important place of sustenance for people, plants, wildlife, and more. Throughout the years and continuing today, people experience the dynamic landscape and ask questions to understand what makes this a special place. Join us as presenters share the rich story of the Apostle Islands—from water quality, fisheries, and underwater landscapes; to wetlands, plants, birds, and mammals; to the cultural heritage, Ojibwe culture and fire, and traditional ecological knowledge. By teaching youth what we know, this…

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