Brownville Cultural Center Partners with Southeast Community College to host Fall Leisure Learning Classes
River View Glass owner, Jim Aden shares, “When conducting demonstrations for the visitors in Brownville, so many times I have been asked how one goes about taking classes or learns more about the artform. There is a definite need here in Brownville to host such personal interest courses and I am pleased that the Brownville Cultural Center and the Learning Center in Nebraska City have established this relationship with Brownville as a remote location.”
Brownville Cultural Center Chair, Kathy McKillip, adds “This is our first session and we will be offering ten classes, learning opportunities here in Brownville, we are thrilled! These courses are a great way to share with others new skills, emerging arts, unearthing hidden talents, and re-connecting with time forgotten through the arts and culinary exploration. Lessons about history and nature never grow old and re-discovering a new appreciation or understanding about a topic matter is what the Brownville Cultural Center is all about. It is a perfect blend of utilizing the arts, history, culture and more, which essentially is what Brownville represents and has stood for since 1854, the first Cultural Outpost of the West, if you will.”
Brownville Village Theatre artistic director Mitch Bean stated, “We are especially proud of the new opportunities that the theatre has presented and will continue to host throughout the year. We are offering youth and adult workshops year-round. In addition, we will be presenting Willa Cather’s, “A Resurrection” during Old Time Autumn and we are looking forward to presenting a Holiday show as well. The theatre is such an integral part of the art scene in Brownville and plays an important role in the Village history as well. We are so very pleased to be partnering with the Brownville Cultural Center on several projects including the Fall 2018 Leisure Learning courses.”
Courses have recently been released via the Learning Center at Nebraska City catalog and is also available for viewing on line at www.souheast.edu/NebraskaCityLC
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Take time to review the wonderful list of classes being offered this fall
June through August, the oldest repertory theatre in Nebraska, offering plays & musicals all summer long. Use site links for more theatre information
Offering nationally recognized performers presenting concerts and cabarets, Monthly performances begin in March - for more information visit. Use site links for more concert information
Brownville's floating bed & breakfast, also featuring the Spirit of Brownville with dinner & sightseeing cruises. Special events hosted throughout the year. Use site links for more River Inn information
Providing a gift shop, tasting room, and live music each Friday evening May - September. Use site links for more Whisky Run information
With more than 22 miles of trail, there is a bit of trail exploration within all of us to get out there and enjoy nature and the peaceful setting of the bluffs along the Missouri River Banks
Watch how brooms were made in the past. For more information about Sweet Water Brooms just click on the photo of the broom
Here within the historic Palmerton studio artist and lecturer John Lockke provides live demonstrations, reflections regarding the natural landscape of the region and a unique perspective on his approach to capturing the essence of the real Brownville and her legacy.
Experience the wonder of how glass is heated to a molten state to create one-of -a-kind items. Check back in the future for the e commerce web site of River View Glass, currently the site is under construction.
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