Fall Music Series

Since the fall of 2020, the Saint Peter Recreation and Leisure Services Department brings in a number of artists for a free music program, funded partially by the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund of Minnesota and private donors.

2023 Fall Music Series Lineup

Laura MacKenzie

Traditional Irish and Scottish music presented on a unique array of wind-powered instruments, including wooden flutes, whistles, concertina, several types of bagpipes, gemshorn and voice accompaniment.

Wed., Oct. 4, 2 p.m. SPCC Rm. 219, Free


Bullypulpit Bluegrass Band

Local Mankato group under the direction of banjo player, Joseph Kunkel. 

Wed., Oct. 11, 2 p.m., SPCC Rm. 219, Free


Charlie Maguire: Songs and Stories of Life on the Farm

The land, the seasons, the work, and of course the animals, all make for an entertaining hour of original songs and stories born of hard work will resonate with anyone who was born on a farm “and just plain entertain” everyone else.

Wed., Oct. 18, 2 p.m., SPCC Rm. 219, Free

Dazzling Neil Diamond

Todd Anderson returns as popular American singer, Neil Diamond!

Wed., Nov. 1, 2 p.m., SPCC Rm. 219, Free.


Singing Cowgirl

Acoustic guitar and John Denver classics by local performer, Lisa Murphy. 

Wed., Nov. 8, 2 p.m., SPCC Rm. 219, Free.


Fred Keller and the Skally Line

An old-time country duet featuring mandolin, guitar, and fiddle and is made up of music of all kinds: hillbilly, country blues, Tin Pan Alley, medicine show music and even an old swing tune or two. 

Wed., Nov. 15, 2 p.m., SPCC Rm. 219, Free


Maud Hixson: Remembering Doris Day

Joining Les Brown and his Band of Renown in her teens, she went on to find a career in movies and was a box office attraction for a decade. 

Wed., Nov. 22, 2 p.m., SPCC Rm. 219, Free


Saint Peter High School Senior Choir and Holiday Open House

Enjoy selections from the winter program by the Varsity Choir from Saint Peter High School, directed by Bri Bergstrom.

Wed., Dec. 13, 2 p.m., SPCC Rm. 219, Free


This project is made possible with money from Minnesota’s Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund and the people of Minnesota for Library Legacy activities.

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