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2010 Convention Information
Acres and Acres of Red Wing
July 8-10, 2010
Red Wing, MN
The RWCS Newsletter has hit the streets with all the Convention news, exciting auctions, and other information. So you can plan your Convention events in advance here is the latest information on Education Sessions, Kids View, Show and Sale, and so much more!
CROCK HUNT: Back by popular demand with more sites the Convention Crock Hunt through Red Wing. Find the 17 sites to win prize(s) at the picnic on Friday.
Kids View: Back to Basics – Check out the exciting events for the children at convention. They are starting at the beginning of Red Wing Potteries history of production..
Show and Sale Floor Plan : Over 150 sellers have contracted for tables at the Convention this year. You are sure to find something for your collection. Open to registered members at 9:00 a.m. sharp! The public is welcome at 10:30 a.m.
Cinema under the Stars: On Saturday, July 3rd there will be a free showing of Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs (rated PG) in Bay Point Park. Click here to learn more.
4th of July Central Park Band Shell – Celebrate the 4th of July at the Central Park band shell located between East and West Avenue. Beginning at 7:00 p.m. with the Sheldon Brass Band Concert.
Fireworks at dusk along the Mississippi River
Pottery Place Flea Market: On Sunday, July 4th: Come and see vendors of all kinds selling. There is sure to be pottery and stoneware at the sale.
Concerts in the Park: On Wednesday, July 8 the Red Wing Arts Association will kick off their FREE summer concert series in Central Park at the New Band Shell. Performing during Convention Week is "Generation II Big Band." Step back and come and hear this great music performance beginning at 7:00 pm. Click here to learn more.
Red Wing Arts Association Annual Garden Tour – Six area gardens, artists, musicians and master gardeners. Purchase a tour passport and support the RWAA. Tour several Red Wing gardens to see how individuals and Mother Nature create artistic displays of plants and space. 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. Red Wing Depot and Various Homes Fore more information call the Red Wing Arts Association at 651-388-7569. Tickets are $10.
Don’t forget about those auctions advertised in the newsletter. Click here to learn more.