"Leonardo da Vinci: Man - Artist - Genius," an exhibit of four reproductions of the artist's most famous works, is on display through Jan. 3 at the Figge Art Museum in Davenport. Visitors can see full-size replicas of "The Last Supper," "Annunciation," "Mona Lisa" and "The Virgin and Child With St. Anne." Guided and self-guided tours will highlight the impact of Da Vinci's paintings on Italian Renaissance painting, art history and modern art. Admission is $7 for adults, $6 for seniors and students, and $4 for ages 4 to 12. For group tour reservations, call (1-563-326-7804; www.figgeartmuseum.org).Track the holiday train
A train filled with live music, holiday lights and cheer will roll into southeastern Minnesota Dec. 10 when the Canadian Pacific Railway's Holiday Train makes stops in Winona, Wabasha and Lake City. The train begins its annual holiday tour to help raise money for food shelves Saturday in Illinois. From there it travels to more than a dozen communities in Wisconsin and Minnesota -- including the Twin Cities area Dec. 11-- and other parts of the Midwest. This year's musical guests include Tracey Brown, Colin Linden, Wide Mouth Mason, Ennis and others. For a complete schedule of train stops, check www8.cpr.ca/cms and click on the Holiday Train headline or call 1-800-766-7912.Acres of lighted displays
The Bentleyville Tour of Lights, open through Dec. 29 in Cloquet, treats visitors to colorful displays set up across 3 acres; Santa will be there through Dec. 23. Visitors are encouraged to donate nonperishable food, money or a toy for the Salvation Army. Hours are 5 to 10 p.m. daily (1-800-554-4350).
COLLEEN A. COLES