West De Pere High School junior Paige Burdette performs a rendition of the hit song 'Chariot' by Gavin DeGraw as she plays piano during a vocal solo in the school's Talent Show at the school auditorium Saturday night, Jan. 19.
St. Norbert music scholarship auditions
St. Norbert College in De Pere will hold auditions the Saturdays of Jan. 26 and Feb. 9 for its incoming first-year students who plan to pursue a major or a minor in music or who simply enjoy music for the chance to earn a music scholarship.
Interested applicants don't have to be admitted to St. Norbert but need to have applied to the college and filled out the scholarship audition form at http://www.snc.edu/music/auditionform.html.
For more information, go to http://www.snc.edu/music/auditions or contact Holly Huntley by phone at (920) 403-3112 or email at email@example.com.
UWGB classes open to the community
University of Wisconsin-Green Bay is offering the following classes that are open to community members:
? UWGB's Division of Outreach and Adult Access is holding a Menominee language course for its students and the community from 5 to 8 p.m. on Thursdays from Jan. 31 to May 9 at Wood Hall on campus, 2420 Nicolet Drive, Green Bay.
The course can be taken for three undergraduate credits or as a noncredit option.
It will be taught by Menominee Nation Elders Muqsahkwat (Ron Corn) and Napos (David Turney) and use indigenous educational methods combined with Western methods of language instruction.
Course fees are $295 for the noncredit option ($100 due upon registration) and $956.04 for three-undergraduate-credits option. Registration is available online at www.uwgb.edu/outreach/menominee.
For more information, call (920) 465-2775 or send email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
? Courses for retirees through UWGB's Learning in Retirement program are being held during the spring semester.
The courses are held on campus and at various locations in the Green Bay area.
Topic categories include art and music, business and finance, health and fitness, history and religion, language and culture, literature and writing, science and technology, and special topics.
Some classes will start this month, and others will be offered throughout the spring semester.
For more information on the open courses and to register, go to www.uwgb.edu/lir or call the Learning in Retirement office at (920) 465-2356.