Monthly Archives: September 2013

Tiny house, big voice

This Friday night poet Hannah Adams will take Alley Stage and share not just her words, but also her dreams of home. Specifically, a tiny home that she is in the process of planning and building. What is a “tiny … Continue reading

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In 1993, 100 townspeople gathered to celebrate Edgar Hellum‘s investiture as a Cornish Bard. They staged an afternoon ceremony followed by a pasty dinner. This modest affair turned out to be the beginning of Mineral Point’s annual Cornish Fest. Now celebrating … Continue reading

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Seeds of Instruction

Recently, students harvested seeds in the Don Hawkins Community Oak Savanna under the watchful eye of Don Hawkins himself. High School Agriculture teacher Mr. Robinson (who fills the job Mr. Hawkins held for many decades) brought one of his classes … Continue reading

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The Stephens of Stephens’ Falls

Only 15 minutes away, Governor Dodge State Park is an easy day trip from Mineral Point. In the summer our family often hikes the Stephens’ Falls Trail to the base of the waterfall, where we enjoy a temperature drop of … Continue reading

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Poemsong – Pure Genius

This Saturday evening, September 21, 2013,  Jen Logueflower’s Poemsong makes it’s triumphant return to Alley Stage, where it was first performed in 2011. I probably shouldn’t admit this, but poems are sometimes hard for me to understand. This is especially … Continue reading

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