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1. Catch a show

On Nov. 10 at 7 p.m. in Hesston, the Dyck Arboretum of the Plains Prairie Window Concert Series will continue its 2017-18 season with Molly Venter and Goodnight Moonshine. The concert will take place in the Prairie Pavilion at the Arboretum overlooking the lake.

Tickets are by reservation at http://dyckarboretum.org/event/the-talbott-brothers/ or by calling 620-327-8127. Cost of tickets is $20 for adults and $10 for children, plus tax. Proceeds benefit the Arboretum’s mission to promote environmental landscaping with native plants.

Goodnight Moonshine is Molly Venter’s latest musical project, a collaboration with her husband Eben Pariser. Co-writing often, Eben and Molly explore what it means to be in a healthy authentic relationship; both wholesome and irreverent, they sing of joy and grief in equal measure.

In addition to high quality acoustic music, the PWCS provides delicious savory and sweet food options during intermission, with a menu provided by Crust & Crumb Company.

2. Meet an artist

Gretchen Esping will be the next Artist-in-Residence at the Red Barn Studio Museum, now through Nov. 19

She will be working on a “Lindsborg Portrait Project.” Her project will be creating portraits of various Lindsborg residents.

The Red Barn Studio will host a reception for Esping from 5 to 8 p.m. Nov. 10 during Lindsborg’s 2nd Friday Makers Street Artwalk. Her project coincides with a Lester Raymer portrait exhibition also taking place in the Red Barn Studio.

Esping received her bachelors degree at Bethany College and her masters degree from the University of Iowa and a Ph.D. in education from Kansas State University.

She has taught art at the high schools in Lindsborg, Canton and Galva. She has been a featured artist at the Sandzén Memorial Gallery and the University of Umeå in Sweden, among other places.

For more information, contact the Red Barn Studio at 785 227-2217 or email raymer@redbarnstudio.org.

3. Take photos

The Great Plains Nature Photographers will be hosting a day-long photography seminar as part of their annual meeting on Saturday, November 11. The meeting will be held at the Historic McPherson Opera House located at 219 S. Main St. in McPherson.

Doors will open at 8 a.m. with the programs running from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

The program is open to the public. Cost is $10 to attend and students are admitted with no charge. Light refreshments will be served.

The morning program will be presented by Tyler Stableford, an international award winning photographer and film maker and a member of the exclusive group Canon Explorers of Light. Stableford is known for his adventure photography and for his images of the American West.

The afternoon speaker will be National Geographic photographer and Lindsborg resident, Jim Richardson. Richardson’s work takes him around the world, from the tops of volcanic peaks to below the surface of swamps and wetlands. In addition to his color photography, Richardson has built a distinguished body of black-and-white documentary work about rural Kansas life.

As part of the meeting, there will be a nature photography print competition. Attendees are invited to enter up to two of their own original images in five different categories. Categories include: wildlife captive, wildlife non-captive, great plains nature, travel nature, and farm and ranch life.

For more information on the meeting and print competition, or to download a registration form, visit: www.selective-focus.com and click on the link to “Great Plains Meeting 2017.”