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As fall arrives, it is time to turn one's attention to their autumn and winter wardrobe. Trish Perry, owner of Lotus on Burlington in Willmar, and Eryn Hannig, owner of Urban Escape in Spicer, both share their top trends for the fall and winter seasons. Both feel women are looking for ways to kickstart their closets as they get back out after two years of pandemic solitude.
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M E Fueller, of Montevideo, has always had a passion for art. But it wasn't until some major life changes occurred in the last eight years that she has really been able to focus on her writing and painting. Now, she is the author of two published books and is working on a major art exhibit for next year.
The solar system's largest planet really wants your attention.
Community and high school art events will be printed each Wednesday in this calendar up to two weeks in advance. The deadline is noon Friday. Items may be emailed to news@wctrib.com with “arts calendar item” in the subject line.

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Darlene Schroeder and the Sunburg Heritage Arts Initiative have been at the forefront of a revitalization of traditional Scandinavian hand crafts in Sunburg. The Initiative is also helping grow the next generation of fiddle players in and around the small community.
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Rachel Skretvedt has enjoyed being involved in her community since she was a girl. Since moving to Willmar in 2010, Skretvedt has dedicated hundreds of hours to the Willmar park system, helping bring about not only the Robbins Island Destination Playground but also making the local option sales tax projects there a success.
Exhibits on display in the next month
Fine arts and student performances at area colleges
Great timing, pacing and stage pictures, as well as delightful physical comedy, all lend themselves to laughter and smiles from the audience.
In this week's Home with the Lost Italian, columnist Sarah Nasello answers a reader's questions about how to source and utilize fresh and dried herbs in cooking.

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Monday night's aurora displayed a rare, deep-red SAR arc. We also recap NASA's successful mission to nudge an asteroid.
WE Fest announced its 2023 headliners in a Facebook post on Sept. 27.
Scientists will test one way we might defend our planet from a future asteroid impact. Here's how to watch it live.

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