:Joshua Burgess (left) and Jacob Roussopoulos play tenor saxophones during "Ancient Hunters" Tuesday, March 4 at the St. Croix Central sixth-grade spring concert titled “A Medieval Presentation.” (Photo by Sarah Young)1 / 4
Sixth-grade musicians Angelica Olson (left) and Bethany Phillips trill their flutes during a rousing performance of "Ayre and Dance" Tuesday, March 4 at the St. Croix Central sixth-grade spring concert titled “A Medieval Presentation.” (Photo by Sarah Young)2 / 4
The sixth-grade choir learned Medieval songs befitting the Medieval theme of the night, including "Good Cheer", "A Two-Part Alleluia" and "Panis Angelicus." (Bottom row, from left) Bryce Blodgett, Gracie Myer and Khloe Rinde; (Top row, from left) Elizabeth Brandvold, Kolbi Juen and Scott Lyon. (Photo by Sarah Young)
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Sixth-grader Alyssa Iverson was a convincing court jester at the Wax Museum at St. Croix Central Middle School featuring characters from Medieval times. The Wax Museum followed the sixth-grade spring concerts Tuesday, March 4. (Photo by Sarah Young)
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On Tuesday, March 4, the St. Croix Middle School gymnasiums echoed with music and characters from Medieval Times.
The sixth grade band and choirs performed songs they had learned over the last few weeks that were popular during Medieval times, or were inspired by those years.
After the concerts, parents, friends and family were invited into the large gymnasium to tour a "Wax Museum" featuring characters from the Medieval era.
Sarah Young was appointed the editor of the Pierce County Herald in February 2015. She joined RiverTown Multimedia in October 2013 as a news reporter for the New Richmond News, where she covered community events, spot news and education in Hammond, Roberts, Somerset and St. Croix County Circuit Court. Previously she free-lanced for the River Falls Journal, Hudson Star-Observer, RiverTown special publications and the Superior Catholic Herald. She graduated from the University of Wisconsin-River Falls with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Spanish and French in 2001. She completed a minor in journalism in 2004.