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On April 23rd in Hoversten Chapel, the Augsburg Choir and Director Kristina Boerger, with Reverend Karin Craven and her Comparative Religion students, present an interdisciplinary event highlighting the centrality of water in our musical, spiritual, and civic lives. The opening reception at 6:15 features guest exhibitors including Minnesota Interfaith Power and Light, Ecumenical Water Initiative, and Clean Water Action Minnesota. The 7:00 performance offers: music about water from many lands and epochs; scriptures, prayers, and legends about water from many faiths; student writings from the Augsburg River Semester; and pipeline-resistance stories from the water-protection front. Collaborating performers include Cedar Singers, Riverside Singers, and ComMUSICation. Come to be enraptured, educated, and involved.