Coordinator, Emeritus College
Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2018
8:30 a.m.-2 p.m.
Call (218) 723-7000 for availability.
To delight lifelong learners, St. Scholastica hosts a full day of educational activities, made possible by the Ed Greve Emeritus College endowment, the Alworth Emeritus endowment, and the General Emeritus endowment.
Visit and gear up for a day of learning.
by Dr. Bret Amundson, Dean of the School of Arts and Letters
DWI Court: Punishment or Transformation?
Appointed by Governor Tim Pawlenty in 2004, Judge Shaun Floerke has served as a judge in the Sixth Judicial District for fourteen years. As a faculty trainer with the National Center for DWI Courts, Judge Floerke will share how the St. Louis County DWI Court Program transforms lives.
The Great 1918 Fire from the Eyes of a Survivor
History comes to life in the story of Anna Dickie Olesen, a survivor of the 1918 Cloquet fire, as portrayed by Rachael Martin, director of the Carlton County Historical Society. Performing in 1923 costume and character, Martin provides insight to the consequences of the 1918 fire for our area and in Olesen’s life.
Storm’s Den dining room below Mitchell Auditorium
Bluegrass Music: The Road Kill Boys
Join us for toe-tapping American roots’ music named after the 1930’s Kentucky mandolin player Bill Monroe's band, the Bluegrass Boys but with Irish, English and Scottish roots from the 1600s. The Road Kill Boys are a homegrown Duluth band of accomplished musicians who entertain audiences with the fiddle, mandolin, tin whistle, upright bass, banjo, guitar and vocals.