Ten Waldorf College students will present their research on a range of subjects to the Waldorf and Forest City community at the Student Inquirere on April 16 and 17.
Three sisters will reunite in Waldorf College’s tragic comedy Crimes of the Heart, on stage at the Smith Theatre from April 11-14.
Twenty-one Waldorf College students will display their artwork, ranging from self-portraits to still life pieces, in the Waldorf Gallery from Friday, March 30 to April 10.
The Waldorf Community Artist Series brings Mason City’s own Jazz Coalition Big Band to Immanuel Lutheran Church in Forest City at 7:30 p.m. Friday, March 30.
Cancer survivor Kari Liotta will tell her story with humor to Forest City community at Waldorf College on Thursday, March 29.
Four political experts will discuss and debate Iowa’s primary position in the presidential election at the 2012 History and Political Symposium on Thursday, March 29, at Waldorf College. First in the Nation: Should Iowa Retain its Primary Position?, will feature the views of scholars, the media and the Iowa Secretary of State.
Waldorf College will join the American Red Cross in recognizing March as Red Cross Month and host its second annual blood drive on Tuesday, March 27.
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