Categories Hodge Podge
Listings of Hodge Podge Events that are hard to classify in Mankato, St. Peter and the surrounding communities.
Another great event is being organized at Indian Island Winery for Saturday, November 24. Vendors will be at the winery from noon-4pm, but the winery will be open until 9!
Another great event is being organized at Indian Island Winery for Saturday, November 24. Vendors will be at the winery from noon-4pm, but the winery will be open until 9! This Sale day will consist of lots of local vendors showcasing and selling their products, and Door prizes will be available to win!! This is a great way to support local small businesses on Small Business Saturday and purchase wine and gifts for the upcoming Christmas Holiday!! Santa will also be there with Mrs. Claus from 1-4pm to listen to your Christmas wish lists, so feel free to bring your kids and your camera!! Free admission
Vendors so far include:
Laurel’s Quilting – Laurie Abraham
J. Elizabeth – Darcy ‘Sikel’ Roemhildt
LuLaRoe – Angie Netzke ?The Netzke Collection!!?
Thirty-One – Karen Dressler
Voxxlife and Rain – Ruth Freiderich
Sheesh Originals – Sharon L Stadler
SAS Grafts – Scott Steinberg
Mary Kay – Lori Arnold
Lipsense – Carla Erlenbach
Norwex – Martha Loven – Norwex Sales Consultant
Pure Romance – Shannon Muetzel McClellan
Le Luxe de Sydney/Herb Gypsy – Joleen Koenigs Vickie Taylor
Young Living – Arielle Mace
Norwex – Arielle Mace
L-Bri Pure N’ Natural – Jennifer Wolf
Color Street – Trisha Kvenvold
Pampered Chef – Michele Struck
Jamberry – Mandy Schleuter
By using easy-to-learn techniques, people can employ their practice of mindfulness meditation throughout the day to decrease anxiety and get more out of their everyday activities. Mindfulness meditation is easily
By using easy-to-learn techniques, people can employ their practice of mindfulness meditation throughout the day to decrease anxiety and get more out of their everyday activities. Mindfulness meditation is easily integrated into all faiths, religions, and world views; and it also can be done without any spiritual connection. This session will focus on the techniques without exploring any specific religion or spiritual affiliation.FREE EVENT-Please bring a towel or yoga mat.
The annual Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Lecture emphasizes the continuing struggle for civil rights. This year lecture will be provided by the Rev. Dr. Luke Powery. Powery
The annual Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Lecture emphasizes the continuing struggle for civil rights. This year lecture will be provided by the Rev. Dr. Luke Powery.
Powery is the Dean of Duke University Chapel and Associate Professor of Homiletics at Duke Divinity School. A national leader in the theological study of the art of preaching (homiletics).
His teaching and research interests are located at the intersection of preaching, worship, pneumatology, and culture, particularly expressions of the African diaspora. He has written three books: Spirit Speech: Lament and Celebration in Preaching; Dem Dry Bones: Preaching, Death, and Hope; and his latest book Rise Up, Shepherd! Advent Reflections on the Spirituals. He has also co-authored an introductory textbook on preaching, Ways of the Word: Learning to Preach for Your Time and Place, and is currently working on the second in the series of meditations on the Spirituals, this time for the season of Lent. He is also a general editor of a forthcoming nine volume lectionary commentary series for preaching and worship titled, Connections.
Powery was ordained by the Progressive National Baptist Convention and has served in an ecumenical capacity in churches throughout Switzerland, Canada and the United States. In 2014, he was inducted into the Martin Luther King Jr. Collegium of Scholars at Morehouse College for his ethical and spiritual leadership in the academy, church, and broader society.
Prior to his appointment at Duke, he served as the Perry and Georgia Engle Assistant Professor of Homiletics at Princeton Theological Seminary. He received his B.A. in music with a concentration in vocal performance from Stanford University, his M.Div. from Princeton Theological Seminary, and his Th.D. from Emmanuel College at the University of Toronto.
This events is sponsored by the Chaplains Office, Diversity Center, Peace Studies Program, President’s Office, and Target.
The event is free and open to the public. Gustavus Adolphus College – Christ Chapel
The lecture will be livestreamed and archived.