Hear the winning sonnets read by GRSF acting company members. This event will take place in the Stark Lecture Hall in the Science Laboratory Center, Winona State University. Cost: Free

  Conflict in the ruling elite tore England apart for 32 years. Join us as we explore how art and literature use the past to speak to the present. Presented by WInona State University, the Symposia bring together scholars from different disciplines for an open discussion. When: Saturday, July 22 at 11:00 a.m. Where: Winona State University Science Laboratory Center Cost: $15 (Tickets Available Online)

We continue our series on storytelling!   Best known for his commentaries on National Public Radio, Kevin Kling delivers hilarious, often tender autobiographical stories about growing up in Minnesota which are as enchanting as they are true to life. When: Saturday, July 15 at 11:00 a.m. Where: Winona State University Performing Arts Center Cost: $15 (Tickets Available Online)

  Join us as we examine story forms as diverse as the opening statement at a trial, a historical narrative, or hip hop poetry, and ask: who do we hear, who do we believe, and how do we construct a story? Presented by Winona State University, the Symposia bring together scholars from different disciplines for an open discussion. When: Saturday, July 8 at 11:00 a.m. Where: Winona State University Science

Take in the very first Front Porch Event of Season 14 for FREE! Frozen River Film Festival and Great River Shakespeare Festival will be screening two films followed by a discussion. John Latsch: The Man and His River was the 2017 People’s Choice Selection from the Frozen River Film Festival. FRFF will be screening the documentary about the legacy of a Winona native and his love of the Mississippi River as