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ACCORDION-O-RAMA Jan. 27 - Zumbrota

WHITESIDEWALLS Jan. 6 - Zumbrota THE PINES Jan. 13 - Northfield RUN LIKE HELL PINK FLOYD SHOW Jan. 13 - Faribault ALLISON PRICE ART EXHIBIT Opens Jan. 14 - Owatonna MICHAEL SHYNES Jan. 21 - Cannon Falls CANVAS & COFFEE Jan. 25 - Farmington POP ROCKS Jan. 27 - Faribault MARY CUTRUFELLO Jan. 28 - Northfield

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Contents

Exhibits.................................................................2-3 Theater.................................................................4-5 Clubs, Classes & More........................................6 January Shorts.......................................................8

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Accordion-O-Rama has been an annual tradition since 2004. Accordionists Dan Newton (pictured), Dee Langley and Dallas Vietty present a miniature accordion festival Jan. 27 at 7:30pm at the Crossings at Carnegie in Zumbrota.

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Northfield Arts Guild

Ames Center

12600 Nicollet Ave, Burnsville • ames-center.com 952/895-4685 • M-F 9am-5pm, Sa 10am-2pm Inspired by Nature – through Dec. 31 – Great River Chapter of the American Society of Botanical Artists. Mirror of the Soul by Tamara Geddes – Jan. 11-Feb. 14

Crossings at Carnegie

320 East Ave., Zumbrota • 507/732-7616 crossingsatcarnegie.com M/T/W/F 10am-5pm, Th 10am-8pm, Sa 10am-4pm, Su 11am-3pm Tamsin Barlow/Alison McClocklin – through Dec. 30 – lino-cuts, oils, watercolor and mixed media.

FiftyNorth Gallery, Northfield

1651 Jefferson Pkwy. • 507/664-3700 fiftynorth.org • M-F 7am-8pm, Sa 7am-5pm, Sun 10am-5pm Member Show/Capstone for “A Year of In-Residence” – through Dec. 29 –Art by FiftyNorth members and works by participants in the grant-funded art class taught by Angie Ekern and Kathy Miller. Northfield Memories: Paintings and sculpture by David Allen – through Feb. 2. Artist Reception: Jan. 9, 4-6pm

Flaten Art Museum

Center for Art and Dance, St. Olaf • wp.stolaf.edu/flaten/ 507/786-3556 • M-W, F 10am-5pm, Th 10am-8pm, Sa/Su 2-5pm Seeing Math – through Jan. 15 – Mathematics has been a profound source of inspiration for artists across time and cultures. Seeing Math brings together six emerging and established artists who explore and reframe mathematical concepts in concrete and poetic ways. These artists use painting, crochet, photography, computer-generated imagery, video and installation to make visible concepts such as infinity, algorithms and the fourth dimension. Artists include Daniel Dean, Tracy Krumm, Emily Lynch-Victory, Ben Moren, Margaret Pezalla-Granlund and Roman Verostko. Curated by Taylor Davis. Math Art Workshop – Jan. 6, 10am-12pm – Center for Art and Dance 212 – Drop in for a hands-on event for math artists of all ages. All materials provided, just bring your creativity. Hosted by Minnesota artist Sarah Stengle.

Lakeville Area Arts Center

20965 Holyoke Ave., Lakeville • 952/985-4640 LakevilleAreaArtsCenter.com • M-F 8am-4:30pm Contemporary Quilters – through Jan. 8 – Each spring, Minnesota Contemporary Quilters are challenged to make a small quilt that will travel for a year to venues throughout the state. An inspiration theme is given to members from which to design a visual interpretation.

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304 Division St. • 507/645-8877 • northfieldartsguild.org T-F 12-6pm, Sa 11am-3pm Main/Member Gallery: Foot in the Door – Jan. 10-Feb. 17 Emerging and established artists of all ages in Northfield and surrounding communities exhibit their artwork in a professional style show. Painting, photography, sculpture, mixed media, drawing and prints are all welcomed. The only requirement is that all entered artwork must measure 12"x12" (3D works are allowed), or less. Collaborative and individual works accepted. This show is open to any age and any level of experience. All information will be available at drop-off. Artwork will only be accepted on Jan. 6, 10am-12pm. Check the upcoming exhibits web page at NorthfieldArtsGuild.org/visual-arts for more information about showing your work in this exhibition. Artist Reception (for adult artists): Jan. 12, 7-9pm, Family Open House (for all ages): Feb. 17, 10am-12pm Allina Gallery:

1440 Jefferson Rd. • M-Th 7am-8pm, F 7am-7pm, Sa 9am-3pm Pathways There to Now: Paintings by Jill Ewald – through Dec. 31 Allina Whole Person Care Gallery (downstairs):

Autumn Colors: Photos by Michael Wetteland – through Jan. 31 Archer House Gallery: North Country

Landscapes: Photographs by Harry Popiel – through Jan. 31

F-Town Brewing Co. Gallery:

22 4th St. NE, Faribault, M-Tu closed, W-Th 3-9pm, F 3-10pm, Sa 12-10pm, Su 12-3pm Driven to Abstraction: Mixed Media by Joyce Francis – through Dec. 31 Tandem Bagels: A Few of my Favorite Things: Paintings by Riki

Kölbl Nelson – through Dec. 31

Up Gallery: Leken (Norwegian for playful) – Collaborative fabric

paintings by Toni Easterson and Kirsten Johnson – through Dec. 31 Fabric Works by Jean Manrique – Jan. 5-Mar. 31

Northfield Historical Society

408 Division St. • 507/645-9268 • northfieldhistory.org M-Sa 10am-5pm, Su 1-5pm Malt-O-Meal Originals – through Spring 2018 – The family of John Campbell, founder of Malt-OMeal, gave historic artifacts and archives to the Northfield Historical Society that document growth and development of the company. This exhibit of this collection showcases “first” achievements throughout the company’s history – the first plants and workers, the first customers, the first sales and products, the first radio promotion, the first new products, the first famous television advertisement and the first production facility built outside of Minnesota. Service and Sacrifice: Northfield in the Great War through Dec. 31 – This exhibit, the first in a series of three, focuses on how the Northfield community was affected by and reacted to the Great War.

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Owatonna Arts Center

435 Garden View Ln., Owatonna • 507/451-0533 oacarts.org • T-Su 1-5pm • use the Owatonna City Administrative Office entrance. Closed Jan. 1 Whimsical Wishes at Christmas – through Dec. 31 – A fanciful display to delight all ages. The cheerful brilliant colors in the galleries contrast the coldness in the outdoor landscape. The candle-lit lanterns of old give the glow to faces as giggles chuckle from Dr. Seuss’s imagination. Allison Price – Jan. 14-Feb. 25 – “This series of works speaks to a sense of quietness, peace that can be found in the restored savanna, the cold-water spring and the ‘Ancient Oak’ of Minneapolis that has witnessed 333 years of adventures.” Watch for Allison Price to be featured on Minnesota Originals on PBS. Reception: Feb. 25, 1-4pm Allina Hospital Owatonna Healing Arts:

2250 NW 26th St. • 8am-8pm Through February – Adele Beals (painting), Rita Kirsch Dungey (painting), Jodi Gasner (painting), Carol Stott (painting), Tressa Sularz (fiber art).

Paradise Center for the Arts

321 Central Ave., Faribault • 507/332-7372 paradisecenterforthearts.org Tu/W/F/Sa 12-5pm, Th 12-8pm • Su/M closed Exhibit Dates Jan. 19-Feb. 24 Reception: Jan. 19, 5-7pm

Kaemmer Family Gallery:

Glimpses of Eternity: Icons in the Orthodox World – Jan. 5-Mar. 12 – A fascinating group of icons and other religious objects drawn from Russian, Greek, Ethiopian and Coptic Orthodox traditions. A rich history of thematic developments and cultural variations is told through this exhibit curated by Professor William North specifically for Carleton’s Perlman Teaching Museum. Exhibited work comes from the private icon collection of Emmanuel and Argie Tiliakos (Winchester, MA) and Carleton’s Special Collections, offering visitors a unique opportunity to learn about Orthodox visual culture and devotion through objects seldom on view. An icon (from the Greek term for “image”) is a work of religious art — most commonly a painting of a holy figure or figures. Particularly associated with Orthodox Christian traditions, icons are regarded principally as religious rather than art objects and hold a special place in private and public devotions in the Orthodox worlds. Because their function was much more important than the individual identities of the artists who made them, their creators are seldom known. Icons have exalted status because they aid faithful individuals in communing with the divine and gaining, if only for a moment, a glimpse of eternity. Opening Reception: Jan. 10, 6-7:30pm

Carlander Family Gallery:

Weavers Guild of Minnesota

Lois Vranesh Boardroom Gallery:

Theresa Harsma

Corey Lyn Creger Memorial Gallery: William Behne Paradise Center Healing Arts ­Gallery at District One Hospital:

200 State Ave., Faribault Featured Gift Shop artists: Dana Hanson, Katie Wood, Adriana Gordillo, Denise Minkler Marych, Dee Teller, Joshua W. Murray, Mary Singer, Oleksandra Norwick, Pam Buschow, Susan Hayes and Zach Stadler

Perlman Teaching Museum

320 3rd St. E, Northfield • 507/222-4469 go.carleton.edu/museum/ • M-W 11am-6pm, Th-Fr 11am-9pm, Sa-Su 12-4pm. Braucher Gallery:

Contemporary American Painting [1945] – Jan. 5-Mar. 12 – In 1945 the Encyclopedia Britannica staged a sweeping examination of contemporary American painting from its art collection. An exemplary work by each of more than 100 well-respected artists toured the U.S., providing cultural access and aesthetic experiences to large numbers of everyday Americans. This exhibit seeks to recapture the essence of the monumental tour through paintings, drawings and prints chosen from the collections of Carleton College and Gustavus Adolphus College. Opening Reception: Jan. 5, 5-7pm

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Theater

Triple Espresso: A Highly Caffeinated Comedy

Through Feb. 15, W/Th/F 7:30pm, Sa 5 and 8pm, Su 3pm Extra shows Jan. 1, 3pm; Feb. 13, 3 and 7:30pm; Feb. 14-15, 3pm. No shows Jan. 27 or Feb. 10 Ames Center, Burnsville The irresistible story of a comedy trio going for their big break, only to have their hopes dashed over and over on the rocks of one magnificently funny failure after another. Singer/pianist Hugh Butternut, magician Buzz Maxwell and comic Bobby Bean reluctantly reveal the details in a high energy joy ride that will make you laugh and laugh and laugh. Tickets: $41-$48, available at the Ames Center Box Office, 800/982-2787 or ticketmaster.com. THE NORTHFIELD SENIOR CENTER PRESENTS

Tickets $8 at Northfield Senior Center, 664-3700, & www.nscmn.org

The Merchant of Menace

Dec. 27, 2pm Arcadia Charter School, Northfield The Merchant of Menace FiftyNorth presents this fractured fairy A Fractured Fairytale for All Ages tale for all ages. A holiday romp with a A holiday romp with a Pied Piper, songs, andseasonal a cow named Curdles! Piedseasonal Piper, songs and a cow named Curdles. Tickets: $8, available at the FiftyNorth, 507/664-3700 or fiftynorth.org. Thursday, Dec. 21, 7 pm

Friday, Dec. 22, 11 am & 7 pm Tuesday, Dec. 26, 2 pm & 7 pm

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Wednesday, Dec. 27, 2 pm

Lightwire Theater: A Very Electric Christmas

Dec. 28, 7:30pm Ames Center, Burnsville Follow the story of a young bird named Max and his family as they begin their journey south for the winter. When Max gets blown off course and ends up at the North Pole his adventure begins. Dancing toy soldiers, caroling worms and performing poinsettias light up the stage. Audiences of all ages will treasure this magical and captivating tale of family, friendship and hope set to timeless holiday hits, including Nat King Cole, Mariah Carey and Tchaikovsky. Lightwire Theater is internationally recognized for their electroluminescent artistry, poignant storytelling and performance in complete darkness. Brighten your holidays this season with Lightwire Theater’s A Very Electric Christmas. Tickets: $30-$75, available at the Ames Center Box Office, 800/982-2787 or ticketmaster.com.

Fesler-Lampert Performing Art Series: The Story of Crow Boy

Jan. 18, 7:30pm Shattuck-St. Mary’s, Faribault In the Heart of the Beast Puppet and Mask Theater presents an imaginative, theatrical piece that combines puppetry, actors, music, projections, shadowplay and other devices to explore the intriguing life story of Japanese artist and author Taro Yashima. Tickets: $18 adults, $11 students, available at s-sm.org/feslerlampert or 507/333-1620. God Girl

Jan. 19-21, 26-28, F/Sa 7:30pm, Su 2pm Northfield Arts Guild Theater A powerful new play by Minnesota playwright Kristine Holmgren. God Girl, directed by Mishia Edwards, explores the hard work, humor and heartbreak experienced by the first brave women who dared smash the stained glass ceiling of Protestantism. The show premiered at the History Theater in 2014. Tickets: $17 adults, $12 students and seniors, available at northfieldartsguild.org, 507/645-8877 or at the Northfield Arts Guild’s Center for the Arts. The St. Olaf College Theater Department presents: Red Noses

Jan. 25-27 7:30pm, Jan. 28 2pm Kelsey Theater, St. Olaf. Written by Peter Barnes. Presented by the St. Olaf College Theater Department. Directed by Randy Reyes, Artist in Residence at St. Olaf College and the Artistic Director of Theater MU. Red Noses is a black comedy about the black death, a vibrant and slapstick hymn to the power of laughter and the human spirit. There’s no cure for the plague, and Auxerre in France, 1348, is populated by the dying. Marcel Flote, who is afflicted by convulsions, tries to join a band of self-flagellating pilgrims and ends up in a comedic routine. He has an epiphany: he must serve God by spreading laughter. Joined by Sonnerie, who communicates by shaking limbs covered in tiny bells, he forms a pious brotherhood of joy, the Red Noses of Auxerre, to give cheer to a pestilent and doomed world. Will the “Floties” become obsolete when the plague comes to an end? Reserved seating ticket: $10 (cash or check), available at 507/7868987 beginning Jan. 15.

Not Peter!, Not Red Riding Hood!, Not Gunneywolf!

Jan. 14, 2pm FiftyNorth, Northfield Three short plays by the Uppity Women of Shakespeare directed by Sylvia Langworthy. Free will donations appreciated. Dessert served after the show.

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Defending the Caveman

Jan. 27, 8pm Ames Center, Burnsville Couples are sure to be roaring with laughter and sharing knowing glances. With hilarious insight on contemporary feminism, masculine sensitivity and the erogenous zone, Defending the Caveman mines common themes in relationships that go straight through the funny bone and into the heart. It offers a hilariously insightful prehistoric look at the original battle of the sexes. Full of wonderful scenarios that celebrate the differences between men and women, Caveman is a must-see for anyone who is, has ever been, or would like to be in a relationship. Caveman has garnered praise from marriage and family therapists across the nation for its humorous exploration of the gender gap. Written by comedian Rob Becker over a three-year period during which he made an informal study of anthropology, prehistory, psychology, sociology and mythology, Defending the Caveman played for two and a half years on Broadway, making it the longest running solo play in Broadway’s history. Tickets: $30, available at the Ames Center Box Office, 800/982-2787 or ticketmaster.com.

Auditions: The King’s New Clothes

Jan. 31 and Feb. 5, 4:30-6pm Northfield Arts Guild Theater A Purple Door Youth Theater touring production for student actors in grades 2-12. Written by Kevin Holstrom Bradshaw, this is a delightful, funny re-telling of the Hans Christian Andersen story. The King has a splendid new suit – the Queen and all their subjects agree. The problem? Not even he can see it. The King’s New Clothes is a funny and fast-paced parable about pride, delusion and human nature. Directed by Rachel Haider. Auditioning students need not prepare anything in advance. Cold readings and theater activities will be used at auditions. Rehearsals will be Mar. 12-Apr. 27 with performances Apr. 20-22 and 27-29 at the Northfield YMCA, Northfield Public Library, Laura Baker Services and Northfield Arts Guild Theater. Tuition cost: $112.50 members, $125 nonmembers. Sign up for an audition at northfieldartsguild.org.

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Clubs, Classes and More… Cannon River Winery, Cannon Falls • 421 Mill St.

507/263-7400 • cannonriverwinery.com Wine & Canvas – Jan. 19, 6-9pm – Talented artists will instruct you step-by-step through recreating the featured painting of the day. At the end of the event you’ll take home a work of art that you created. Pre-registration required, $35/person includes supplies. Register at wineandcanvas.com/wine-and-canvas-calendarrochester-mn.html. Crossings at Carnegie, Zumbrota • 320 East Ave.

crossingsatcarnegie.com • 507/732-7616 Classes in the arts for preschoolers through adults. Improve Your Drawing – Wed, Jan. 10-Feb. 14, 6:30pm – Instructor Courtney Armstrong will help with the elements of drawing – line, texture, shape and form – to take your drawing to the next level. Ages 16 and older are welcome. Price is $128. FiftyNorth, Northfield • 1651 Jefferson Pkwy.

fiftynorth.org • 507/664-3700 Programs for active older adults in a premier fitness facility with an indoor pool and certified fitness instructors. Bike club, hiking trips, ping pong, nutrition talks, art classes, writing classes, card groups, dining center, fitness classes and more. Register by phone or online. Hot Topics: The Loss of the Middle Class and Upward Mobility, Representative David Bly – Jan. 10, 9:30-11am – $7, Platinum and Equivalent free. Playing with Purpose I – Tu/Th Jan. 9-25, 10am-12pm – Come with a desire to have fun along with a willingness to let yourself go a little and explore no end to possibility. Instructed by Philip Spensley. $84 members, $108 nonmembers, Platinum and Equivalent free. Exploring Creative Writing – Mon. Jan. 22-Feb. 19, 10am-12pm – $70 members, $90 nonmembers, Platinum and Equivalent free. HideAway Coffeehouse and Wine Bar, Northfield

421 Division St. S • 507/663-0400 • thehideawaynorthfield.com Art and Wine Night – first Tue (Jan. 2), 6:30pm – $26 for all painting supplies and instruction. Come early for food and drink (not included). Reserve your spot at 507/664-0400. Just Food Co-op, Northfield • 507/650-0106 • justfood.coop

Knitting Night – Mon, 7-9pm – Knit, chat, share ideas and get help. 507/645-6331 for more info. First Priority: Your Gut – Jan. 11, 6pm at the Northfield Public Library – Class on gut health headed by Noel Aldrich.

Northfield Arts Guild • 507/645-8877 • 304 Division St. S

The Arts Guild has something for everyone – all ages, all abilities, all levels. Get messy in a clay or painting class or refine your movement in a dance class, plus lots more. Register online or stop by to register at the Arts Guild office. Classes are available for youth, adults, homeschoolers and those with special needs. Artist Conversation – Jan. 25, 6-7:30pm – Pye Room, Northfield Public Library – Discuss what to consider when planning a website to feature artwork. Performing artist and design expert Wendy Placko will present and answer questions. The conversation will cover planning/audience consideration, building a website, search engine optimization and monitoring/updating. Free and open to the public, but space is limited. Reserve your seat by emailing heather@northfieldartsguild.org or calling 507/645-8877. Northfield Dance Academy • 640 Water St. S. • 507/645-4068

northfielddance.com – call or email to register for fall classes. Northfield Yarn • 314 Division St. S • 507/645-1330

northfieldyarn.com Open Stitching – Thu 6-8pm, Fri 10am-12pm Bring a project and share in the fun. Free.

Paradise Center for the Arts, Faribault • 507/332-7372

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 Find art-related classes for kids and adults Beginning Oil Painting with Rebecca Tolle – Tue. Jan. 9-30, 2-4pm – Four-week course. No experience needed. Feel free to bring any of your own brushes, terpenoid (which is odorless), a palette (you can use freezer paper), palette knives (plastic is ok for beginning) for mixing paint and any other of your own supplies, a roll of paper towels or rags and two empty wide mouth jars for putting clean and dirty terpenoid in. Wear clothes you can get paint on. Ages 21 and up. $56 members, $72 nonmembers, $15 supplies. Supplies provided: a palette to mix paint on, oil paint, brushes, canvas panels and terpenoid. Tracy Giza Design, Northfield

Registration info at tracygiza.com Paint Night – Jan. 9, 6-8pm, James Gang Coffeehouse & Eatery – Register at northfieldschools.org or 607/664-3649. Canvas & Cocktails – 3rd Sun Jan. 21, 2-4pm, Prairie Pond Winery in New Prague – Register at npaschools.org or 952/758-1700 Canvas & Cocktails – 4th Wed. Jan. 24, 6-8pm, Carbone’s Pizza, Rosemount – Register at district196.org or 651/423-7920. Canvas & Coffee – 4th Thurs. Jan. 25, 9-11am, Bluenose Coffee Shop, Farmington – Register at tracygiza.com.

Lakeville Area Arts Center • 20965 Holyoke Ave. • 952/985-4640

lakevilleareaartscenter.com Homeschool Pottery – Jan. 5 Parent-Child Pottery – Jan. 6 Pottery: Wheel-throwing & Handbuilding – Jan. 8-11 Wine & Designs: Birch Trees (Acrylic) – Jan. 10 Youth Prairie Fire Theater: Tom Sawyer – Jan. 15-20 Polymer Clay Noodle Bowl – Jan. 20, Kids on Wheels – Jan. 23 Wine & Designs: Winter Cabin (Watermedia) – Jan. 24 Pendants & Necklaces – Jan. 25 Kids Pottery: Cell Phone Speaker – Jan. 26 Clay Texturing with Steven Showalter – Jan. 27, Family Preschool Art – Jan. 31

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The Whitesidewalls 7:30pm State Theatre $24/27 at the door

Doo-wop, rockabilly, rock and roll

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Bryan Bowers 7:30pm Crossings Stage $20/23 at the door

Autoharp virtuoso

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Sunshine on My Shoulders on a Winter Weekend: Layne Yost & Jon John Denver Tribute Shimoda pay tribute 7:30pm State Theatre $18/22 at the door Heart & Soul: The Music of Huey Lewis and The News by Mick Sterling Celebrate the biggest hit 7:30pm State Theatre $25/29 at the door machine of the 80’s & 90’s

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John Gorka 7:30pm Crossings Stage $24/27 at the door

Contemporary folk music’s leading talents

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Accordion-O-Rama 7:30pm Crossings Stage $18/21 at the door

Dan Newton, Dee Langly & Dallas Vietty

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The Pines Open Armory Square

By Felicia Crosby

Accordion-O-Rama

It’s open, and Armory Square, in downtown Northfield, celebrates with Minnesota-based Red House artists The Pines. Rolling Stone calls the indie folk group “quietly gripping,” and Acoustic Guitar describes their music as “simply and eloquently stated sonic poetry – the real deal.” Presented by the Northfield Arts Guild as part of their 411 series, this evening of music includes the band’s new album Above the Prairie, and showcases David Huckfelt, Benson Ramsey and Alex Ramsey’s most accomplished work to date. Join them and get in on the opening event fun on Jan. 13 at 7:30pm. For more information, call the Northfield Arts Guild at 507/645-8877 or go to northfieldartsguild.org.

In 2004 Dan “Daddy Squeeze” Newton organized an accordion festival at Crossings at Carnegie in Zumbrota, meant to showcase different musicians and styles; the inspiration was old-time Polish and German. It’s become a Crossings tradition, bringing together award-winning performers and exciting new music from this extraordinarily versatile instrument. Joining Newton this year on Jan. 27 are Dallas Vietty, who’s brought his skills in American jazz and European swing to venues such as BB King’s Times Square and the Iridium Jazz Club NYC, and Dee Langley, who’s performed with the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra and the Minnesota Philharmonic. Together they guarantee one smoking hot evening. Performance starts at 7:30pm (doors open at 7pm); for more information, call 507/732-7616, or go to crossingsatcarnegie.com.

The Arts for Martin

The Story of Crow Boy

The Last Waltz Tribute

The Story of Crow Boy explores the brutal, often harrowing childhood story of Taro Yashima, who survived the ravages of WWII and racial discrimination to find his voice – and joy – through poetic visual forms and works of social conscience. Based on his 1956 Caldecott Honor book, Crow Boy, and other autobiographical work, and placed in the hands of Minneapolis’ In the Heart of the Beast Puppet and Mask Theater, it becomes a theatrically stunning tribute to Yashima and to the human spirit itself. See this powerful show at Shattuck-St. Mary's in Faribault on Jan. 18, performance at 7:30pm. For more information, call 507/3331620 or go to s-sm.org/calendar.

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Martin Luther King’s legacy of unity and equality is more relevant than ever, and the Arcadia Charter School invites everyone to reflect on the words and work of the man who believed in the human spirit with the 14th annual Arts for Martin, Jan. 12, 7pm, at the Arcadia Charter School of Northfield. This year’s guest presenter is Reginaldo Haslett-Marroquin, community activist and author of In the Shadow of Green Man. He’ll be joined by the A for M Community Choir and Band led by Craig Wasner and Dan Kallman, the Prairie Creek Orchestra, the Latino Playwrights, the Aztec Dancers and the Laura Baker Choir. All are welcome to this free and meaningful event. For more information, call 507/663-8806 ext. 212. In 1976 a rock group known as The Band held The Last Waltz concert – a celebration of the end of their illustrious touring career. They were joined on stage by more than a dozen legendary artists, including Eric Clapton, Neil Diamond, Bob Dylan, Emmylou Harris, Joni Mitchell, Van Morrison, Ringo Starr, Muddy Waters, and Neil Young. Did you miss it? Don't worry, you have one more chance to feel the joy and hear the songs, this time performed by Minnesota’s own Collective Unconscious. Join them on Jan. 27 at 7:30pm at the Lakeville Area Arts Center, and groove to some of the best music of the last 50 years, including The Weight, Forever Young, Helpless and The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down. No, Bob, Eric and Joni won’t be there, but these guys are so good you won’t even notice. For more information, call 952/985-4640 or go to lakevilleareaartscenter.com.

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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 27 Reindeer Games • 1-4pm

Northfield Public Library Kids can play games, build with LEGO, make art, do a scavenger hunt and more. Beat the Winter break boredom. Through Dec. 29. Theater: The Merchant of Menace • 2pm

Arcadia Charter School See theater page.

Northfield VFW Have coffee with some of the bravest veterans of foreign wars. Public welcome. Reindeer Games • 1-4pm

Northfield Public Library Kids can play games, build with LEGO, make art, do a scavenger hunt and more. Beat the Winter break boredom. Through Dec. 29. Bar Bingo • 6pm

Jim Brickman: A Joyful Christmas • 7:30pm

Ames Center, Burnsville Be part of the holiday concert tradition of the season as Grammy-nominated songwriter and piano sensation Jim Brickman returns to Burnsville. Join Brickman as he brings the sound and spirit of the season to the Ames Center. Bring your family, friends or that special someone and make Brickman your new holiday tradition. Tickets: $40-$70, available at the Ames Center Box Office, 800/982-2787 or ticketmaster.com.

Northfield VFW

Theater: Triple Espresso: A Highly Caffeinated Comedy • 7:30pm

Ames Center, Burnsville See theater page.

Lightwire Theater: A Very Electric Christmas • 7:30pm

Ames Center, Burnsville See theater page.

Graham Bramblett • 8-11pm

Tavern Lounge, Northfield Graham Bramblett performs in support of his recent CD release, Under The Lights. A country/Americana artist based in St. Paul (by way of Nashville), Bramblett draws his inspiration from an impressive list of songwriters. Expect an evening of classic covers and heartfelt originals.

Theater: Triple Espresso: A Highly Caffeinated Comedy • 7:30pm

Ames Center, Burnsville See theater page.

Luke Hendrickson • 8-10pm

Tavern Lounge, Northfield After getting his start playing bass in metal and hard rock bands, Luke Hendrickson found his voice in country music, particularly that of the old-time and “outlaw” variety. After founding and fronting the Rochester-based group Luke ‘n’ Bob Texas, Hendrickson built up a sizeable set list, including tunes from legends like Haggard, Jennings, Cash and Jones, as well as a couple handfuls of original tunes.

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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29

Bar Bingo • 3pm

Reindeer Games • 1-4pm

Northfield VFW

Bar Bingo • 7pm

Ames Center, Burnsville See theater page.

Northfield Public Library Kids can play games, build with LEGO, make art, do a scavenger hunt and more. Beat the Winter break boredom. Through Dec. 29. L&M Bar & Grill, Dundas Theater: Triple Espresso: A Highly Caffeinated Comedy • 7:30pm

Ames Center, Burnsville See theater page.

Todd Jameson • 7:30-10:30pm

Tanzenwald Brewing Co, Northfield A solo acoustic artist performing covers of all genres as well as original music. Texas Hold ‘Em • 8pm

Northfield VFW

Gabriel Moll/Lee Jeffrey/Lion or Gazelle • 8-11pm

The Contented Cow, Northfield Gabriel Moll is a multi-instrumentalist, performer, composer/ arranger and luthier based in Minnesota. Lion or Gazelle is the project of songwriter and guitarist Brian Ring from Duluth. Joined by Sophie Turk (vocals, keys) and bassist Matt Mobley (Southwire) – the group has created a new sound characterized by soft harmonies, thoughtful lyricism, the use of a pianet and musical references reminiscent of old country-western ballads. Tim Dallman • 8-11pm

Tavern Lounge, Northfield A Rochester guitarist and vocalist who writes and performs his own material as well as an extensive collection of classic and contemporary rock, pop, country and folk cover songs. His original songs blend elements of all these styles in fresh and often surprising ways. More at timdallman.com. Jeff Sartor • 8:30-11:30pm

Froggy Bottoms River Pub, Northfield Rhino • 9:30pm-close

Babe’s Music Bar, Lakeville A high-energy Twin Cities band playing a wide variety of modern, alternative, ’80s and classic rock with twists of country and other surprises splashed in. DJ • 10:30pm-close

Grampa Al’s, Faribault SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30 Mark Allen • 2-5pm

Cannon River Winery, Cannon Falls Local favorite Mark Allen is an Americana singer/songwriter who presents a touch of country, blues, rock and a hard-hitting harmonica. His passionate performances feature favorite covers as well as original compositions from his CD, Whiskey Sweet, recorded at the legendary Sun Studio in Memphis, TN. More at markallenproject.com.

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Theater: Triple Espresso: A Highly Caffeinated Comedy • 5 and 8pm

Singer/Songwriters Bill and Kate Isles • 7:30pm

Crossings at Carnegie, Zumbrota The Isles carry audiences through a broad landscape of musical experiences from metaphorical worlds to small town family stories. Tickets: $18 advance, $20 at the door, available at Crossings, crossingsatcarnegie.com or 507/732-7616. Marv Gohman • 7:30-10:30pm

Tanzenwald Brewing Co, Northfield Swaggerin’...foot-stompin’...heart-pumpin’...this Twin Cities-based one-man-band presents furious fiddle, madcap mandolin, wailing harp and bluesy vocals. Kinks Tribute: Kinda Kinky with Runes Av Vaskeri • 8-11pm

Tavern Lounge, Northfield Voted the Twin Cities Best Tribute Band, Minneapolis-based Kinda Kinky will indulge your love of ’60s Brit Rock with some of the very best from The Kinks including Lola, You Really Got Me, Come Dancing, Waterloo Sunset, Victoria and more. Kinda Kinky features Dave Randall (vocals, guitar), Dandy aka Keith Patterson (guitar, vocals), Lynn Zecca (bass, vocals) and Steve Kent (drums, vocals). More at getkindakinky.tumblr. com. Joining Kinda Kinky will be Runes av Vaskeri, a modern day Beat group reminiscent of the mid-’60s European variety. Take a ’60s style beat group, throw in some dodgy Nordic mythology via the Midwest and see what comes out in the wash. More at runesav.tumblr.com. Live Music (TBD) • 10:30pm-close

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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 31 New Year’s Eve Party • 12pm-12:01am, music starts at 8pm

Imminent Brewing, Northfield Music from Matt Arthur and the Bratlanders and Friends all night long. Uncle B’s Last Chance BBQ will be serving all night long. Enjoy delicious beer and cold-brewed Groundwire coffee all night long. Fun will be had all night long. Marv Gohman • 2-5pm

Cannon River Winery, Cannon Falls Swaggerin’...foot-stompin’...heart-pumpin’...this Twin Cities-based one-man-band presents furious fiddle, madcap mandolin, wailing harp and bluesy vocals. Theater: Triple Espresso: A Highly Caffeinated Comedy • 3 and 7:30pm

Ames Center, Burnsville See theater page.

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Sunday Jazz Jam • 4-5:30pm

Hot Spot Music Studio, Northfield Open to musicians of all ages and abilities, this jam is a perfect way to run through standard charts in a low-key, laid-back setting. Charts will be provided for everyone to follow along. It’s a spiritual experience. More at hotspotmusic.org. Mark Allen • 3-6pm

Tanzenwald Brewing Co, Northfield Local favorite Mark Allen is an Americana singer/songwriter who presents a touch of country, blues, rock and a hard-hitting harmonica. His passionate performances feature favorite covers as well as original compositions from his CD, Whiskey Sweet, recorded at the legendary Sun Studio in Memphis, TN. More at markallenproject.com. Louie Anderson Live • 6:30 and 9:30pm

Ames Center, Burnsville Louie Anderson is one of the most versatile and successful comedians working in Hollywood today. Sharing the ups and downs of his childhood experiences as one of 11 children in Minnesota, Anderson crafted comedy routines that rang true for his early club audiences while reducing them to helpless fits of laughter. Johnny Carson invited Anderson to make his national television debut on The Tonight Show in 1984 and the rest is history. Tickets: $32.95-$102.95, available at the Ames Center Box Office, 800/982-2787 or ticketmaster.com.

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The Contented Cow, Northfield General knowledge with a twist. $1/person entry fee is matched by the Cow with all money donated to a local charity (chosen and changed monthly). Receipts posted in pub or online. New Year’s Eve Party with Martin Anderson & the Goods 9pm-12am

The Contented Cow, Northfield Classic rock, country alt and Americana music that spans the decades including Bob Dylan, Tom Petty, Neil Young, the Beatles, Steve Earle and Bruce Springsteen. This band is high energy, fun to watch and will definitely get you on the dance floor. Band members include Alex Sandberg (lead guitar), Andrew Meyer (sax, mandolin, guitar), Christian Wheeler (bass), Steve Paoli (drums) and Martin Anderson (lead vocals, guitar). More at martinandersonandthegoods.com. Radioface • 10:30pm-close

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MONDAY, JANUARY 1 Theater: Triple Espresso: A Highly Caffeinated Comedy • 3pm

Ames Center, Burnsville See theater page. Bingo • 7pm

Carbone’s, Northfield Cribbage Tourney • 7pm

Northfield VFW

Northern Roots Session • 7:30-9pm

The Contented Cow, Northfield An informal weekly gathering of musicians to play acoustic music with roots in the north, particularly the Nordic countries. Participants and listeners of all ages and levels of experience are welcome.

Roger Lasley • 8-10pm

Tavern Lounge, Northfield Featured in Flatpicking Guitar Magazine and called “Minnesota’s best-kept secret” by Roots Magazine (UK), Roger Lasley has released eight instrumental guitar CDs, appeared on A Prairie Home Companion and, when he was younger, was known as a flatpicking fool. He’s older now, but not necessarily wiser. Dan O & Doc A • 9-11:30pm

The Contented Cow, Northfield THURSDAY, JANUARY 4 Commanders Coffee • 10am

Northfield VFW Have coffee with some of the bravest veterans of foreign wars. Public welcome. Bar Bingo • 6pm

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Community Café • 5-6pm

First Thursday Pub Night: Jacuzzi Puma • 6-9pm

The Cathedral, Faribault Come for a hearty meal, no matter what your circumstances, for companionship, to volunteer and to build community. Meals are served unless weather forces schools to close. Look for the “welcome” sign at the entrance. Building community a meal at a time.

Family Movie Event • 6-7:30pm

Buckham Memorial Library, Faribault The animated movie Despicable Me 3. Rated PG. Acoustic Jam Session • 8-10pm

The Contented Cow, Northfield Every Tuesday night show up with your unplugged instrument of choice and jam – or just show up and listen. Open Mic Night • 8-11pm

Tavern Lounge, Northfield An evening dedicated to showcasing new local talent. Everyone is welcome to participate. Trivia Tuesday • 8-9:30pm

Tanzenwald Brewing Co., Northfield WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3 Politics & a Pint • 7pm

The Contented Cow, Northfield Join in on discussions concerning local issues at this “lightly moderated” open forum. For topics, go to contentedcow.com. Texas Hold ‘Em • 7pm check in, 7:30pm start

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Theater: Triple Espresso: A Highly Caffeinated Comedy • 7:30pm

Ames Center, Burnsville See theater page.

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Lakeville Area Arts Center

With roots cemented in classic rock and groove, this six-member band from Minneapolis promises to entertain with energy plus with a playlist that includes favorite artists from the ’70s and ’80s including the Beatles, Led Zeppelin, the Rolling Stones, The Who, David Bowie, Elton John, Prince and more. Tickets: $7, available at 952/985-4640 or lakevilleareaartscenter.com. Theater: Triple Espresso: A Highly Caffeinated Comedy • 7:30pm

Ames Center, Burnsville See theater page.

Mark Kreitzer • 8-11pm

Tavern Lounge, Northfield This multi-instrumentalist, award-winning songwriter and Minnesota Rock & Country Hall of Famer presents an array of originals and covers. Kreitzer has toured extensively around the Midwest and the world, including appearances live and on television and radio, including A Prairie Home Companion. He combines smart and thoughtful lyrics with tight vocals and expert picking. Cowaroke • 9pm

The Contented Cow, Northfield DJ • 9pm-1am

Froggy Bottoms River Pub & Lily PADio, Northfield By Speedo Entertainment. FRIDAY, JANUARY 5 Exhibit Opening Reception: Contemporary American Painting [1945] • 5-7pm

Perlman Teaching Museum, Carleton, Northfield See exhibits page. Bar Bingo • 7pm

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HAPPENINGS Friday, January 5, continued The Frothy Band • 7-10pm

Imminent Brewing, Northfield The Frothy Band is Laura MacKenzie, Matt and Paul Wehling, Mary Vanorny and Tom Klein. Affectionately combining the name of one of the greatest traditional Irish bands in history (The Bothy Band) with some finely poured tap beers (producing froth) from Imminent Brewing, this collaboration brings you jigs, reels, hornpipes, songs and more played on flute, fiddle, mandolin, uilleann pipes and bouzouki. Enjoy fine beers, tunes and craic as you celebrate the new year. Theater: Triple Espresso: A Highly Caffeinated Comedy • 7:30pm

Ames Center, Burnsville See theater page. Texas Hold ‘Em • 8pm

Northfield VFW

j. bell & the Lazy Susan Band • 8-11pm

Tavern Lounge, Northfield Fronted by singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Justin Bell, the band cranks out straight-up rock & roll with a nice dose of Americana and roots rock. A great band with a classic sound. More at reverbnation.com/justinbellthelazysusanband. Mark Allen • 8:30-11:30pm

Froggy Bottoms River Pub, Northfield Local favorite Mark Allen is an Americana singer/songwriter who presents a touch of country, blues, rock and a hard-hitting harmonica. His passionate performances feature favorite covers as well as original compositions from his CD, Whiskey Sweet, recorded at the legendary Sun Studio in Memphis, TN. More at markallenproject.com.

Shotgun Johnson & the Mississippi Seven • 9-11pm

The Contented Cow, Northfield A clever, high-energy mix of old-time, folk and rock. You’ll hear old favorites as well as catchy original tunes featuring dueling accordions. Flashmob • 9:30pm-close

Babe’s Music Bar, Lakeville Fast-paced, high-energy pop/rock blitz featuring a diverse and unexpected set list. DJ Johnee D. Shea • 10:30pm-close

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SATURDAY, JANUARY 6 Bagels & Birds • 9:30-10:30am

River Bend Nature Center, Faribault Enjoy coffee and bagels in a relaxed atmosphere while watching antics of wildlife. Meet in the comfort of the building to observe birds and other visitors to the Windows on the Wild backyard habitat feeding area. Help with identification, fun facts, binoculars, guide books and conversation will make this a great way to start the day. Relativity • 2-5pm

Cannon River Winery, Cannon Falls Voted one of the best Northfield bands, Relativity combines outstanding vocals, guitar, mandolin and fiddle to create fun and eclectic music. With a request list of a couple hundred songs, Relativity encourages audience requests, from acoustic covers of current top 40 songs to classic and folk rock. The band is Toby Jensen (guitar, vocals), Sandy Jensen (vocals, mandolin, guitar) and Mike Hildebrandt, a Minnesota Rock & Country Music Hall of Fame fiddle player. Sandy’s identical twin sister, Linda Wilson, joins the band on occasion, adding great harmony and percussion. Bar Bingo • 3pm

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HAPPENINGS Saturday, January 6, continued Theater: Triple Espresso: A Highly Caffeinated Comedy • 5 and 8pm

Ames Center, Burnsville See theater page. Drive South • 6-9pm

Cannon River Winery, Cannon Falls An acoustic trio performing eclectic folk and slices of Americana music fused from folk, country, rhythm and blues and rock ‘n’ roll. Mark Jeunermann, Mark Hedenstrom and Scott Cummings have been involved in the music scene for more than 20 years. With backgrounds rooted in stage, songwriting and recording, they paint a picture of real people striving for depth, beauty and emotion, creating a tone of genuine heartache and joy that brings about meaning in life. The Zillionaires • 7-10pm

Imminent Brewing, Northfield A four-piece electric band with Wendy Smith (guitar, vocals, accordion), Peter Nelson (guitar and vocals), Dave Drentlaw (drums) and Mike Legvold (bass). They play Smith’s originals along with covers from a variety of styles including blues, rock ‘n’ roll, roots and country. One of Northfield’s most danceable bands. Whitesidewalls Rock ‘n’ roll Revue • 7:30pm

Presented by Crossings at Carnegie at the Zumbrota State Theater Doo-wop, rockabilly and rock ‘n’ roll music. Tickets: $24 advance, $27 at the door, available at Crossings, crossingsatcarnegie.com or 507/732-7616.

Bluedog • 8-10pm

The Contented Cow, Northfield A five-member blues/rock band out of Minneapolis formed in 2001 by Joni Weston and Eric Buffalohead, Bluedog has released several albums and singles which have been nominated for Best Blues Recording for the Native American Music Awards and the Indian Summer Music Awards. Their music is influenced by life experiences of Native people. Weston states that “Native people have experienced the blues, too. For us, it reflects a significant part of life for Native people and our relationship with the U.S. government in the past, present and future. All the pain we’ve endured from massacres, boarding schools and forced removal from our homes, etc… all attempts to erase our culture and our people. We are still here. Our music celebrates life, the good and bad.” The band has performed across the U.S. in support of its original recordings and has fronted notable blues acts including: The Robert Cray Band, Indigenous, Los Lonely Boys, John Mayall, Lil Ed and the Blues Imperials, Ana Popovic, Shannon Curfman and the Jerry Garcia Band.

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Paul Seeba • 8-11pm

Tavern Lounge, Northfield Seeba’s songs have catchy melodies, strong harmonies and an interplay of acoustic/electric guitar layers that fall into a roots rock genre – with impressionistic lyrics that often weave together a narrative honoring a northern heritage. More at paulseeba.com. TBD Live Music • 10:30pm-close

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SUNDAY, JANUARY 7 Andrew Walesch • 1-4pm

Cannon River Winery, Cannon Falls Singer and pianist Andrew Walesch is a new and exciting voice on the national jazz scene. Whether recording jingles, producing shows, composing and arranging, or singing as a solo artist and with big bands, Walesch is known for his unique approach to The Great American Songbook. He has sung and played on the stage of The Bluebird Café in Nashville and the legendary Chicago Theater and has appeared on the nationally syndicated broadcast Mountain Stage on NPR. In March 2015, he premiered his highly successful conception, 100 Years of Sinatra, to sold-out audiences at Chanhassen Dinner Theatres with the Andrew Walesch Big Band. Coffee Concert: No. 1: Ecomusic of Steve Heitzeg • 2pm

Lakeville Area Arts Center Tickets: $18, $15 ages 60 and up and 18 and under, available at 952/985-4640 or lakevilleareaartscenter.com. Theater: Triple Espresso: A Highly Caffeinated Comedy • 3pm

Ames Center, Burnsville See theater page. Joyann Parker • 3-6pm

Tanzenwald Brewing Co, Northfield A must-see addition to the Twin Cities music scene and 2015 winner of the International Blues Challenge for the state of Minnesota. Singer, pianist, guitarist and songwriter Joyann Parker is an exciting new voice on the contemporary blues music scene and is frequently associated with descriptors like passion, power and genuine soul. She sings from the gut with an authenticity seldom found in today’s vocalists. Her vocal prowess and control allow her to move freely from one genre to another, from Patsy Cline to Etta James and right over to Janis Joplin with the greatest of ease. Sunday Jazz Jam • 4-5:30pm

Hot Spot Music Studio, Northfield Open to musicians of all ages and abilities, this jam is a perfect way to run through standard charts in a low-key, laid-back setting. Charts will be provided for everyone to follow along. It’s a spiritual experience. More at hotspotmusic.org.

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Hey, you’re not done yet. (You’ve still got a lot of fun stuff to do.) Age is just a number. At FiftyNorth our members and staff are committed to the philosophy that whatever the date on your birth certificate, you still have a fire in your belly and a twinkle in your eye. You’re very much alive and kicking! This is a great time in your life. You know what you want. And what you don’t. You’re not done living. And you’re certainly not done learning.

That’s why we created FiftyNorth. Whether you’re 50 or north-of-50, this is a great place to work out and hang out with like-minded folks involved in a wide range of fun and healthy pursuits. A place where you’ll always feel at home and welcome. There’s a buzz of activity in every corner of the building — people on the move, laughing, mastering new skills — right here in town.

We’re committed to helping you stay active, connected and engaged. FiftyNorth offers a wide variety of programs and opportunities to engage your senses, empower your growth and enrich your mind and spirit, including: • • • •

Warm-water Pool • Whirlpool and Sauna • Fitness Center • Personal Fitness Training Sunshine Café • Education Classes • Computer Center • Cards and Board Games Fitness Classes • Trips • Table Tennis • Lectures • Art Classes & Gallery • Theater Music • Dance • Volunteer Opportunities • Community Service • Family Activities • Yoga Just as when we were known as the Northfield Senior Center, membership is affordable and open to anyone 50+. We’re located down the road from Allina on Jefferson Parkway and accessible by Hiawathaland buses. We invite you to stop by for a visit or tour, or during our Open House on January 18. See for yourself what some have called Northfield’s best-kept secret!

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TUESDAY, JANUARY 9

Trivia 4 Charity • 7pm

Artist Reception: David Allen • 4-6pm

The Contented Cow, Northfield General knowledge with a twist. $1/person entry fee is matched by the Cow with all money donated to a local charity (chosen and changed monthly). Receipts posted in pub or online. January’s charity is Healthfinders Collaborative (Northfield and Faribault). MONDAY, JANUARY 8 Bingo • 7pm

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Community Café • 5-6pm

The Cathedral, Faribault Come for a hearty meal, no matter what your circumstances, for companionship, to volunteer and to build community. Meals are served unless weather forces schools to close. Look for the “welcome” sign at the entrance. Building community a meal at a time. The Dark Net: A Novel • 6:45-7:45pm

Cribbage Tourney • 7pm

Northfield VFW

Traditional Irish Music Session • 7-9pm

Tavern Lounge, Northfield Bring your instrument or your dancing shoes. Beginners, experts, musicians and listeners are all welcome – the more, the merrier. Contact Reid at henderswood@gmail.com for more info. Northern Roots Session • 7:30-9pm

The Contented Cow, Northfield An informal weekly gathering of musicians to play acoustic music with roots in the north, particularly the Nordic countries. Participants and listeners of all ages and levels of experience are welcome. Trivia Night • 8pm

Hideaway Coffee House and Wine Bar, Northfield Bring your group of four the second Monday of each month to compete for prizes. $5/team.

Northfield Public Library Well-known author and Northfield resident Benjamin Percy will discuss and read from his latest book. In The New York Times Book Review, Terrence Rafferty described The Dark Net as thrilling and “an awfully impressive literary performance.” Percy has written four novels, two books of short stories, a book of essays, screenplays and several series of comics. For more info, contact Jamie Stanley at the library at 507/645-1802 or jamie.stanley@ci.northfield.mn.us. Acoustic Jam Session • 8-10pm

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Open Mic Night • 8-11pm

Tavern Lounge, Northfield An evening dedicated to showcasing new local talent. Everyone is welcome to participate. Trivia Tuesday • 8-9:30pm

Tanzenwald Brewing Co., Northfield WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10 Exhibit Opening Reception: Glimpses of Eternity • 6-7:30pm

Perlman Teaching Museum, Carleton, Northfield See exhibits page. Politics & a Pint • 7pm

The Contented Cow, Northfield Join in on discussions concerning local issues at this “lightly moderated” open forum. For topics, go to contentedcow.com. Texas Hold ‘Em • 7pm check in, 7:30pm start

Froggy Bottoms River Pub, Northfield Theater: Triple Espresso: A Highly Caffeinated Comedy • 7:30pm

Fesler-Lampert Performing Art Series: Buckets and Tap Shoes • 7:30pm

Shattuck-St. Mary’s, Faribault A super-charged blend of music, dance and drumming. They started as performers on the streets of Minneapolis. “Utterly brilliant...they are virtuoso percussive players on, yes, buckets, and extraordinary tap dancers, as capable of channeling hip-hop as Astaire-like suavity.” – New York Times. Tickets: $18 adults, $11 students, available at s-sm.org/feslerlampert or 507/333-1620. Katy Vernon • 8-11pm

Tavern Lounge, Northfield London native singer/songwriter Katy Vernon returns on the heels of an extended tour in Great Britain. A passionate performer renowned for her unique stylings and powerhouse vocals, Vernon fills the evening with delightful songs and stories inspired by her life and travels.

Ames Center, Burnsville See theater page.

Cowaroke • 9pm

Cappella Romana • 7:30-9pm

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The Contented Cow, Northfield DJ • 9pm-1am

Kracum Performance Hall, Carleton, Northfield Cappella Romana is dedicated to combining passion with scholarship in its exploration of the musical traditions of the Christian East and West, with emphasis on early and contemporary music. Phil Berbig • 8-10pm

Tavern Lounge, Northfield Singer/guitarist presenting classic covers from the ’60s to today. More at philberbig.com. Open Mic • 9-11pm

FRIDAY, JANUARY 12 Bar Bingo • 7pm

L&M Bar & Grill, Dundas Artist Reception: Foot in the Door • 7-9pm

Northfield Arts Guild See exhibits page.

The Contented Cow, Northfield THURSDAY, JANUARY 11 Commanders Coffee • 10am

Northfield VFW Have coffee with some of the bravest veterans of foreign wars. Public welcome. Bar Bingo • 6pm

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Theater: Triple Espresso: A Highly Caffeinated Comedy • 7:30pm

Ames Center, Burnsville See theater page.

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HAPPENINGS Friday, January 12, continued

Jason Paulson • 8:30-11:30pm

Arts for Martin • 7pm

Arcadia Charter School, Northfield Gathering community, celebrating art, celebrating Martin Luther King. Jr. Join Northfield’s performing artists – from all disciplines, ages and levels, novice to professional – for the 14th annual evening of reflection on the life and work of Martin Luther King. Music, dance, spoken word, poetry and visual art meld together into a performance that thoughtfully and intentionally speaks to the legacy Dr. King left us. Guest presenter Reginaldo Haslett-Marroquin, community activist and author of In the Shadow of Green Man will be joined by the A for M Band and Community Choir led by Craig Wasner and Dan Kallman, the Prairie Creek Orchestra, the Latino Playwrights, the Aztec Dancers, the Arcadia Dancers and Poets and the Laura Baker Choir. Free. 507/663-8806 ext. 212 for more info. Bryan Bowers • 7:30pm

Crossings at Carnegie, Zumbrota Singer, storyteller and autoharp player. Bowers presents instrumental virtuosity combined with warmth and eloquence. Tickets: $20 advance, $23 at the door, available at Crossings, crossingsatcarnegie.com or 507/732-7616. Theater: Triple Espresso: A Highly Caffeinated Comedy • 7:30pm

Froggy Bottoms River Pub, Northfield Jason Paulson is not your average country artist. He trades the glitz and gloss of contemporary country radio for an honest storytelling. You may know him from his regionally popular band Grayson. Tim Sigler • 9:30pm-close

Babe’s Music Bar, Lakeville A country act who plays with various national acts. Whether it’s George Strait, Garth Brooks, Johnny Cash or Keith Urban – Sigler plays favorite country songs. DJ Johnee D. Shea • 10:30pm-close

Grampa Al’s, Faribault

SATURDAY, JANUARY 13 Destiny Rescue: Rescuing, Restoring, Protecting and Empowering Children • 12-1pm

Northfield Public Library Lew Anderson talks about the life-changing work of Destiny Rescue, an organization that works to raise awareness and end the enslavement and sexual exploitation of children. With stories of restoration and hope, learn how Destiny Rescue is working to change the world – one life at a time. For more info, contact Jamie Stanley at the library at 507/645-1802 or jamie.stanley@ci.northfield.mn.us. Timothy Howe • 2-5pm

Ames Center, Burnsville See theater page.

Cannon River Winery, Cannon Falls Silky vocals, melodic lines and acoustic guitar. Tim Howe has been compared to Jason Mraz, Gavin Degraw, Bruno Mars, John Mayer and Howie Day.

Texas Hold ‘Em • 8pm

Northfield VFW

TNJ Trio • 8-10pm

The Contented Cow, Northfield Playing a wide variety of easy listening cover music you’ll recognize. The Trio encourages everyone to sing along with the songs you know and love. Todd and Nancy play acoustic and electric guitars and John plays electric bass. All are vocalists and love to bring three-part harmonies. Dan Rumsey • 8-11pm

Tavern Lounge, Northfield Sing Out Magazine says Dan Rumsey would have felt right at home in the 1960’s folk-blues scene. He plays 6- and 12-string guitar, resophonic slide guitar and piano, singing in a soulful, bluesy style, writing songs with themes of peace, equality, family and, occasionally, cats. In 2016 Rumsey took top honors in the River Falls Upper Midwest Songwriter Contest. His three CD releases will be available for purchase. More at danrumseymusic.com

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Theater: Triple Espresso: A Highly Caffeinated Comedy • 5 and 8pm

Ames Center, Burnsville See theater page.

Ashes for April • 6-9pm

Cannon River Winery, Cannon Falls Four guys, six acoustic instruments and retro pop songs. Includes Lincoln Ashbury (acoustic guitar, mandolin, vocals), Chubby Ashton (upright bass, vocals), Rocco C’Ash (drums, percussion) and Mickey Mash (acoustic guitar, banjo, vocals). HAPPENINGS Continued on page 24

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Run Like Hell

America’s Premier Pink Floyd Show Saturday, Jan 13 | 7:30pm

2018 Season Highlights

January Thaw

Featuring Dianna Parks and the Wreck

(Parks & Kleist Band and Fred the Bear Collaboration)

Saturday, Jan 27 | 7:30pm

Gallery Exhibit Opening Reception

January 19 from 5:00-7:00pm Weavers Guild of MN, Theresa Harsma, William Behne

Martin Zeller and the Hardways Saturday, February 10 | 7:30pm

The Danger Committee Friday, March 9 | 7:00pm

Paradise Community Theatre Presents

April 13, 14, 19, 20 | 7:30pm April 15, 21, 22 | 2:00pm

Saturday, May 12 7:30pm

Deuces Wild Dueling Pianos Friday, June 1 | 7:30pm

Paradise Children’s Theatre Presents

Comedian Jen Kober

Saturday, September 22 7:30pm

Memphis & the Meantimes

Tribute to Grand Ole Opry and Sun Records

Saturday, July 14 | 7:30pm

Spirits, Screams & Screen

Friday, October 19 Spirits Tasting 7:30pm - Movie 9:00pm

August 17, 18 | 7:00pm August 18 | 1:00pm

Show contains some adult language

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Sunday, November 18 | 4:00pm

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Thursday, December 20 | 7:30pm

These activities are made possible in part by a grant provided by the Minnesota State Arts Board through appropriation by the Minnesota State Legislature from the State’s general fund and its arts and cultural heritage fund with money from the vote of the people of Minnesota on November 4, 2008.

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IN THE HEART OF THE BEAST PUPPET AND MASK THEATER presents THE STORY OF CROW BOY Thursday, January 18, 2018* Adults $18, Students $11

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Food & Beverage GUIDE

A guide to eating and drinking – Southern Minnesota style

Tanzenwald

Brewing Company 103 Water St. N., Northfield tanzenwald.com Where beer takes a non-stylistic, flavor-based approach and the taproom menu is globally influenced and locally sourced. Up-to-date info and other fun facts on the website.

Northfield Liquor Store 116 5th St. W., Northfield 507/645-5153

Friendly and knowledgeable staff. Great selection of wines and spirits. Wine club open to the public.

Imminent Brewing

519 Division St., Unit 2, Northfield 507/649-9148 • imminentbrewing.com Production brewery and taproom featuring local food and live music, brewing delicious, fresh and local beers using local ingredients. Voted Chamber of Commerce 2017 Business of the Year!

Chapel Brewing

15 E. Hester St., Dundas chapelbrewing.com NOW OPEN! Brewing and serving high quality ales in a historic riverfront taproom and deck. Check website for hours

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Cannon River Winery

421 Mill St. W, Cannon Falls 507/263-7400 cannonriverwinery.com From the vine to your glass, taste our passion for perfection. Come for the wine, stay for the experience.

Loon Liquors

1325 Armstrong Rd. Ste. 165, Northfield 507/218-9173 • loonliquors.com The only distillery and cocktail room in Southern Minnesota. Featuring Loonshine, a craft organic whiskey, MetropoliGin, a traditional-style craft organic gin, and Wheaton Barley, a certified organic small batch vodka.

Keepsake Cidery 4609 135th St. E., Dundas keepsakecidery.com 413/552-8872

100% craft cider. Local apples. Orchard-based. Minnesota made. Visit us on Facebook for current hours and events.

Contented Cow Pub & Patio

302B Division St. S., Northfield contentedcow.com British-style pub with a variety of light meals and appetizers to share. 13 taps of craft beer, wine and spirits. Live music and more. Open daily at 3pm.

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Brick Oven Bakery

158 Water St., Northfield 507/645-9517 • brickovenbakery.com House-made bakery and café items: full coffee bar, hearth and pan breads, caramel rolls and other pastries, soups, salads and sandwiches.

Just Food Co-op

516 Water St. S, Northfield 507/650-0106 • justfood.coop Community-owned grocery store proudly offering locally sourced foods daily in the deli.

Quarterback Club

Gooters Dough to Go

116 3rd St. W., Northfield 507/645-7886 House specialties include broasted chicken, BBQ ribs and flame-broiled hamburgers.

200 Schilling Dr., Dundas 507/645-2253 • gootersdoughtogo.com Frozen dough, take-n-bake pizza, gourmet ice cream, gluten-free options, heat-and-eat meals, cake and cookie decorating supplies.

Mandarin Garden

Ferndale Market

107 E 4th St., Northfield 507/645-7101 mandaringardennorthfield.com Family-owned Chinese restaurant serving authentic Peking and Szechuan cuisine. Dishes are individually prepared and served fresh in relaxing and friendly atmosphere.

Paper Petalum

212 Division St., Northfield 507/663-0565 For all your Scandinavian baking needs: Lefse grill, Lefse mix, Krumkake iron, Aebleskiver pan, Swedish mustard and more.

Maria’s

4475 280th W., Castle Rock 507/321-1884 Authentic Mexican fare, weekly specials, take-and-bake pizza or callahead baked pizza. Open for takeout lunch.

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31569 Willow Trail, Cannon Falls 507/263-4556 ferndalemarketonline.com Visit their on-farm market to experience a distinctive mix of foods from more than 75 local farmers and food producers.

L&M Bar & Grill

224 Railway St. N, Dundas 507/645-8987 Burgers, beer, pizza, breakfast cooked to order and daily lunch and dinner specials. The friendly place to go to in Dundas.

Tavern of Northfield

212 Division St., Northfield tavernofnorthfield.com Award-winning breakfast, lunch and dinner. A local staple of 30-plus years featuring a from-scratch kitchen and original dishes. Authentic “Americana cuisine” located in the lower level of the historic Archer House Hotel.

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The HideAway

2018 Jefferson Rd., Ste. G, Northfield 520 Central Ave., Faribault A richly varied menu of fresh, natural ingredients, wholesome sauces and flavorful spices.

421 Division St., Northfield thehideawaynorthfield.com 507/664-0400 Bistro atmosphere serving unique appetizers and sandwiches. Coffee drinks, wine and beer specialties.

The Ole Store Restaurant

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Mexican Grill

1011 St. Olaf Ave., Northfield 507/786-9400 olestorerestaurant.com Upscale casual contemporary menu with all the charm of a neighborhood location.

Coffeehouse & Wine Bar

River Pub/Lily PADio

307 Water St. S, Northfield 507/301-3611 Upper-class bar food including appetizers, salads, burgers and more. Open for lunch and dinner.

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HAPPENINGS

Saturday, January 13, continued Music Boosters of Owatonna Benefit Concert • 7pm

Owatonna High School Auditorium Music students, teachers and community members perform a musical variety concert. Silent auction. Tickets: $10 adults, $5 students, available at 507/451-5196. Matthew Griswold • 7-10pm

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Imminent Brewing, Northfield Griswold presents boneshakin’ voodoo grooves, keeping your toes tappin’ and hands clappin’ all night long. His brand of foot-stompin’ folk-rock pays tribute to the Delta blues with a side order of thistle and shamrock. Expect a repertoire of classic covers, reinvented traditionals and well-crafted originals. Sunshine on My Shoulders on a Winter Weekend • 7:30pm

Presented by Crossings at Carnegie at the Zumbrota State Theater Layne Yost and Jon Shimoda pay tribute to the music of John Denver. Tickets: $18 advance, $22 at the door, available at Crossings, crossingsatcarnegie.com or 507/732-7616.

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Armory Square, Northfield Described as “quietly gripping” by Rolling Stone and “simply and eloquently stated sonic poetry… the real deal” by Acoustic Guitar Magazine. Tickets: $25, available at NorthfieldArtsGuild.org, 507/645-8877 or at the Northfield Arts Guild’s Center for the Arts. Boxstore Bird • 8-10pm

The Contented Cow, Northfield A delightful mix of Americana, bluegrass and storytelling that will hook you with a rare kind of songwriting. Beebe & Keeley • 8-11pm

Tavern Lounge, Northfield An eclectic mix of current and classic country, upbeat blues, soulful R&B, rock, ’60s and ’70s folk, Americana, jazz and novelty songs with an occasional original tune tossed in. Slapshot • 10:30pm-close

Grampa Al’s, Faribault A cover rock band that plays rock’s greatest music from the ’80s, ’90s and today. Energy and participation is what this band is all about. Not only do these guys bring some serious talent, they also have a blast at what they’re doing and make sure you do, too. SLAPSHOT has been entertaining crowds throughout the Twin Cities for more than nine years. SUNDAY, JANUARY 14 Matt Browne • 1-4pm

Run Like Hell: America’s Premier Pink Floyd Show • 7:30pm

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411 Concert Series: The Pines • 7:30pm

Paradise Center for the Arts, Faribault Run Like Hell celebrates the sights and sounds of one of the world’s most successful and influential bands of all time. Featuring six highly accomplished Minnesota musicians and vocalists, Run Like Hell meticulously recreates the unique sound and spectacular visual show of Pink Floyd. Relive all the hits from classic albums such as Dark Side of the Moon, The Wall, Animals, Wish You Were Here, Meddle, Division Bell and many others. Tickets: $20 members, $25 nonmembers, $12 students, available at the box office, 507/332-7372 or paradisecenterforthearts.org/tickets/.

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Cannon River Winery, Cannon Falls An acoustic cover artist who injects an organic sound into some of today’s most popular music. Theater: Not Peter!, Not Red Riding Hood!, Not Gunneywolf! • 2pm

FiftyNorth, Northfield See theater page.

Theater: Triple Espresso: A Highly Caffeinated Comedy • 3pm

Ames Center, Burnsville See theater page.

Reynaldo Moreno • 3-6pm

Tanzenwald Brewing Co, Northfield

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Sunday Jazz Jam • 4-5:30pm

Hot Spot Music Studio, Northfield Open to musicians of all ages and abilities, this jam is a perfect way to run through standard charts in a low-key, laid-back setting. Charts will be provided for everyone to follow along. It’s a spiritual experience. More at hotspotmusic.org.

Northern Roots Session • 7:30-9pm

The Contented Cow, Northfield An informal weekly gathering of musicians to play acoustic music with roots in the north, particularly the Nordic countries. Participants and listeners of all ages and levels of experience are welcome. TUESDAY, JANUARY 16 Community Café • 5-6pm

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TLA Live Jazz Music • 5-8pm

Imminent Brewing, Northfield TLA is the combination of three top-tier Twin Cities jazz players who happen to have deep connections to Northfield. Bassist Kevin Clements taught jazz bass at Carleton College for years when he wasn’t flying as a commercial pilot or gigging with folks like Rosemary Clooney, Robert Goulet or any number of Twin Cities jazz greats. Likewise, drummer Eric Hanson has been a mainstay in the Twin Cities jazz scene for decades. Dave Hagedorn is among the most in-demand vibes (the vibraphone is that thing that looks like a xylophone) players in the country, having played with some of the most prestigious musicians and organizations in music from Brian Setzer and Phil Hey to the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra and The Mormon Tabernacle Choir. Trivia 4 Charity • 7pm

The Contented Cow, Northfield General knowledge with a twist. $1/person entry fee is matched by the Cow with all money donated to a local charity (chosen and changed monthly). Receipts posted in pub or online. January’s charity is Healthfinders Collaborative (Northfield and Faribault).

The Cathedral, Faribault Come for a hearty meal, no matter what your circumstances, for companionship, to volunteer and to build community. Meals are served unless weather forces schools to close. Look for the “welcome” sign at the entrance.

GALLERY Call for Artists! Participate in our next exhibit

Foot in the Door

Artwork drop-off: Jan 6 Exhibit: Jan 10 - Feb 17 Visit our website for details and how to participate!

2017-18 Gallery Season Sponsor: First National Bank Foot in the Door Sponsor: Cannon Pointe Chiropractic

MUSIC

Acoustic Jam Session • 8-10pm

The Contented Cow, Northfield Every Tuesday night show up with your unplugged instrument of choice and jam – or just show up and listen.

411 Concert

The Pines

Jan 13 | 7:30 pm

Open Mic Night • 8-11pm

Tavern Lounge, Northfield An evening dedicated to showcasing new local talent. Everyone is welcome to participate. Trivia Tuesday • 8-9:30pm

Tanzenwald Brewing Co., Northfield

Sneak peek event at Armory Square 519 Division Street

411 Concert Series Sponsor: Northfield Construction Company Concert Sponsor: Armory Square Beverage Sponsors: Imminent Brewing & Firehouse Liquor

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Jan 19 - 28

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AUDITONS Purple Door Youth Theater

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MONDAY, JANUARY 15 Bingo • 7pm

Carbone’s, Northfield

For students in grades 2-12

Complimentary tasting

Cribbage Tourney • 7pm

Jan 31 | 4:30-6 pm

Northfield VFW

Traditional Irish Music Session 7-9pm

Tavern Lounge, Northfield Bring your instrument or your dancing shoes. Beginners, experts, musicians and listeners are all welcome – the more, the merrier. Contact Reid at henderswood@gmail.com for more info.

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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17 Politics & a Pint • 7pm

The Contented Cow, Northfield Join in on discussions concerning local issues at this “lightly moderated” open forum. For topics, go to contentedcow.com. Texas Hold ‘Em • 7pm check in, 7:30pm start

Froggy Bottoms River Pub, Northfield

Theater: Triple Espresso: A Highly Caffeinated Comedy • 7:30pm

Ames Center, Burnsville See theater page.

Maddie Bryant • 8-10pm

Tavern Lounge, Northfield An Oregon native studying English and music at Carleton presenting covers of folk and alternative-folk from some of her muses including Paul Simon, Joni Mitchell, Bob Dylan, Carole King and Dawes, plus her own folk-inspired original songs. Dan O & Doc A • 9-11:30pm

The Contented Cow, Northfield THURSDAY, JANUARY 18 Commanders Coffee • 10am

Northfield VFW Have coffee with some of the bravest veterans of foreign wars. Public welcome. American Red Cross Blood Drive • 1-7pm

Paradise Center for the Arts, Faribault Donors get a buy-one-get-one-free voucher for the January Thaw Jan. 27. Bar Bingo • 6pm

Rice County Historical Society, Faribault Historian/educator Tim Madigan will offer a presentation about a tragic time in Minnesota history. He will lay out the time frame and explain various reasons and events leading up to the conflict, which resulted in the deaths of several hundred settlers, Native Americans and soldiers in 1862 in Minnesota. Theater: Fesler-Lampert Performing Art Series: The Story of Crow Boy • 7:30pm

Shattuck-St. Mary’s, Faribault See theater page. Theater: Triple Espresso: A Highly Caffeinated Comedy • 7:30pm

Ames Center, Burnsville See theater page. Nick Hensley • 8-11pm

Tavern Lounge, Northfield Singer/songwriter Nick Hensley is the mastermind behind the musical collaborative, Love Songs For Angry Men, also the title of his first solo release, after fronting the critically acclaimed rock ensemble, The District. Hensley has shared the stage with bands like The Hold Steady, Widespread Panic, The Gear Daddies, Trampled By Turtles, The Samples and Big Head Todd and The Monsters. Hensley’s music has received 4-star ratings from Paste magazine and City Pages and Alt-Country.com. More at lovesongsforangrymen.com. Cowaroke • 9pm

The Contented Cow, Northfield DJ • 9pm-1am

Northfield VFW

Due North • 6pm

Buckham Memorial Library, Faribault A cappella singing group made up of five vocalists based out of the Twin Cities.

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The Fog of War: Perceptions and Realities of the U.S. Dakota Conflict of 1862 with Tim Madigan • 7-8:30pm

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FRIDAY, JANUARY 19

Jack & Kitty • 8-11pm

No Time for Fame • 7-10am

Imminent Brewing, Northfield A group of work-doing, soccer practice-chauffeuring, lawnmowing, stuff-fixing, dinner-making musicians who manage to find just enough time to write, practice and perform original rock songs for those who appreciate it, and those who don’t, we don’t discriminate. We’d be bigger if only we had the time. Northfield Winter Farmers Market • 11:45am-1pm

Riverside Park, Northfield Eggs, potatoes, onions and miscellaneous farm-fresh goodies. Third Fridays through April. Exhibit Reception: Weavers Guild of Minnesota, Theresa Harsma, William Behne • 5-7pm

Paradise Center for the Arts, Faribault See exhibits page. Bar Bingo • 7pm

The Contented Cow, Northfield Kitty’s uncle is Bunny Wailer of Bob Marley and the Wailers fame, so music is literally in her blood. She grew up listening to a healthy blend of reggae, rap and R&B. At a young age Jack discovered his vaudevillian great-grandfather’s phonograph record collection and spent his childhood listening to cats like Bing Crosby, Al Jolson and Rudy Vallee. As fate would have it, oddball ukulele legend Tiny Tim moved in next door and became Jack’s babysitter. That rich musical stew forms the blend of Jack and Kitty’s Emmy Award-winning artistic approach. It’s organic and acoustic with nothing but positive vibes. Laid-back music steeped in tradition with one foot firmly in the future, they call their style “organic vaudeville folk.” Timothy Howe • 8:30-11:30pm

Froggy Bottoms River Pub, Northfield Silky vocals, melodic lines and acoustic guitar. Tim Howe has been compared to Jason Mraz, Gavin Degraw, Bruno Mars, John Mayer and Howie Day.

L&M Bar & Grill, Dundas Theater: God Girl • 7:30pm

Northfield Arts Guild Theater See theater page. Theater: Triple Espresso: A Highly Caffeinated Comedy • 7:30pm

Ames Center, Burnsville See theater page.

Junk FM • 9:30pm-close

Babe’s Music Bar, Lakeville A three-piece super nutty fiasco. DJ Johnee D. Shea • 10:30pm-close

Grampa Al’s, Faribault

Texas Hold ‘Em • 8pm

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Andrea Sorum & Amanda Standalone • 8-11pm

Tavern Lounge, Northfield Minneapolis singer/songwriter Andrea Sorum sings uplifting piano-driven anthems alongside folk guitar-strumming originals inspired by her experiences and hopes as a single mom, musician and activist. Her 2016 release American Dreams is available at andreasorum.bandcamp.com. Joining Sorum will be fellow Minneapolitan and folk singer and fiddle player, Amanda Standalone.

SATURDAY, JANUARY 20 Alan & Kamie Page • 10-11am

Buckham Memorial Library, Faribault Retired Minnesota Supreme Court Justice and former Vikings football player Alan Page and his daughter Kamie Page have written three children’s books: The Invisible You, Alan and his Perfectly Pointy Impossibly Perpendicular Pinky and Grandpa Alan’s Sugar Shack.

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HAPPENINGS Saturday, January 20, continued FREE Indoor Fish Camp • 11am-2pm

Washington Recreation Center, Faribault Ice fishing is a unique Minnesota tradition, but to really have fun it’s best to be prepared. This fun educational event introduces kids and adults to the world of ice fishing, offering tips and resources to make a venture out on the ice safer and more enjoyable. Registration is not required, but the first 50 kids to pre-register before the day of the event receive a free entry ticket to Outdoor News’ Deer & Turkey Classic. Register at 507/334-2064 or faribault.org/parks. Film Screening: Beyond the Barbed Wire: Japanese Americans in Minnesota • 1pm

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Northfield Public Library An ongoing digital project that aims to preserve and present the unique experiences of Japanese Americans who came to Minnesota because of WWII. Many came for an education at St. Olaf. Free and open to the public. Call the library at 507-645-6606 for more info. Vinnie Rose • 2-5pm

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Cannon River Winery, Cannon Falls Vinnie Rose is the Midwest’s premier “live-looping” acoustic guitarist and vocalist. Drawing from his 1000+ song repertoire of pop/rock/country/R&B/blues/old-school rap covers and two albums of originals, Rose artfully creates dynamic, skillful and entertaining shows that can include the likes of Ed Sheeran, The Weeknd, Johnny Cash, Ray Charles, Keith Urban, The Lumineers and 2Pac. Using a looping effects pedal, Rose layers rhythm guitar, bass and other tracks in real time. Accompanied with a 3¼-octave vocal range and melodic guitar solos, Rose’s live one-man-band show has become a very popular Midwest act. He welcomes song requests from audience members and loves interacting with a crowd. Bar Bingo • 3pm

Northfield VFW

Matt Arthur Album Release • 5-10pm

Imminent Brewing, Northfield While best known for his fire-breathin’, foot-stompin’, rootsy rockin’ performances with Matt Arthur and the Bratlanders, this is a softer and more introspective solo side of this alt-country favorite. Arthur learned to sing by listening to gospel records from Tennessee Ernie Ford and Johnny Cash. Theater: Triple Espresso: A Highly Caffeinated Comedy • 5 and 8pm

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Cannon River Winery, Cannon Falls An acoustic duo that can wreck any song you throw at them. They entertain the audience with crazy banter and great music. Acoustic with a kick. Theater: God Girl • 7:30pm

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Heart and Soul: The Music of Huey Lewis & the News • 7:30pm

Presented by Crossings at Carnegie at the Zumbrota State Theater Presented by Heart and Soul with Mick Sterling. Featuring blues performer Steve Vondeharr on the harmonica. Tickets: $25 advance, $29 at the door, available at Crossings, crossingsatcarnegie.com or 507/732-7616. Jivin’ Ivan and the Kings of Swing • 7:30-11:30pm

Signature Bar & Grill, Faribault Hot licks, stellar vocals, classic acoustic swing and dancing. 1964: The Tribute • 8pm

Ames Center, Burnsville Since the early ’80s, 1964: The Tribute has been thrilling audiences all over the globe with what Rolling Stone Magazine has called the “Best Beatles Tribute on Earth.” The show takes audiences on a musical journey to an era in rock history that will live in all of our hearts forever. They are hailed by critics and fans alike as the most authentic and endearing Beatles tribute in the world. Choosing songs from the pre-Sgt. Pepper era, 1964 astonishingly recreates an early ’60s live Beatles concert with period instruments, clothing, hairstyles and onstage banter. More than 25 years of researching and performing have made 1964 masters of the craft. Tickets: $30-$40, available at the Ames Center Box Office, 800/982-2787 or ticketmaster.com.

Art Vandalay • 8-11pm

Tavern Lounge, Northfield Renowned “kick-ass Americana band” (Hindsight Harmonies), this Twin Cities ensemble makes its way back to Northfield in support of its latest release, Heaven’s Operahouse. The group’s popular laid-back roots rock draws on influences ranging from Neil Young, Gram Parsons and John Prine to The Eels and Tom Petty – lending its own unique brand of roots music that melds smart lyricism with pop-infused melodies. More at artvandalaytunes.wordpress.com. Tommy Boy • 10:30pm-close

Grampa Al’s, Faribault A versatile, professional cover band playing upbeat classic and modern rock. Tommy Boy delivers a combination of refined performance, high energy and the proven experience to get feet on the dance floor. SUNDAY, JANUARY 21 Michael Shynes • 1-4pm

Cannon River Winery, Cannon Falls Shynes has a rare ability to blend shades of multiple genres over an acoustic landscape. His songs possess a lyrical depth rarely paired with such universal appeal. Performing regularly at the world renowned Dakota Jazz Club in Minneapolis, as well as having broken ground at the historic Hotel Cafe in Los Angeles, he is a songwriter to watch in the years to come.

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HAPPENINGS Sunday, January 21, continued

Acoustic Jam Session • 8-10pm

Classic Sunday Movie: • 2pm

Zumbrota State Theater

The Contented Cow, Northfield Every Tuesday night show up with your unplugged instrument of choice and jam – or just show up and listen.

Theater: God Girl • 2pm

Open Mic Night • 8-11pm

Theater: Triple Espresso: A Highly Caffeinated Comedy • 3pm

Trivia Tuesday • 8-9:30pm

Northfield Arts Guild Theater See theater page. Ames Center, Burnsville See theater page.

Paul Seeba • 3-6pm

Tanzenwald Brewing Co, Northfield Seeba’s songs have catchy melodies, strong harmonies and an interplay of acoustic/electric guitar layers that fall into a roots rock genre – with impressionistic lyrics that often weave together a narrative honoring a northern heritage. More at paulseeba.com. Sunday Jazz Jam • 4-5:30pm

Hot Spot Music Studio, Northfield Open to musicians of all ages and abilities, this jam is a perfect way to run through standard charts in a low-key, laid-back setting. Charts will be provided for everyone to follow along. It’s a spiritual experience. More at hotspotmusic.org. Trivia 4 Charity • 7pm

The Contented Cow, Northfield General knowledge with a twist. $1/person entry fee is matched by the Cow with all money donated to a local charity (chosen and changed monthly). Receipts posted in pub or online. January’s charity is Healthfinders Collaborative (Northfield and Faribault). MONDAY, JANUARY 22

Tavern Lounge, Northfield An evening dedicated to showcasing new local talent. Everyone is welcome to participate. Tanzenwald Brewing Co., Northfield WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24 Northfield Chamber of Commerce Annual Meeting and Business Recognition Banquet • 5-9pm

Grand Event Center, Northfield Celebrate the selection of Business Person of the Year (Rick Estenson), Business of the Year (Imminent Brewing) and Ambassador of the Year (Julie Haley). The Chamber will also honor its outgoing and incoming board members, highlight the 2017 accomplishments of the Chamber and outline the 2018-19 strategic plan/ goals/strategies and tasks. 5pm social hour, 5pm dinner, 7:30pm program. Tickets: $40, available at northfieldchamber.com. Politics & a Pint • 7pm

The Contented Cow, Northfield Join in on discussions concerning local issues at this “lightly moderated” open forum. For topics, go to contentedcow.com. Texas Hold ‘Em • 7pm check in, 7:30pm start

Froggy Bottoms River Pub, Northfield Theater: Triple Espresso: A Highly Caffeinated Comedy • 7:30pm

Ames Center, Burnsville See theater page.

Jim Czechowicz • 8-10pm

Bingo • 7pm

Tavern Lounge, Northfield A Twin Cities singer and guitarist presenting a great mix of pop, rock and country from the ’50s, ’60s, ’70s and ’80s

Carbone’s, Northfield Cribbage Tourney • 7pm

Northfield VFW

Traditional Irish Music Session • 7-9pm

Tavern Lounge, Northfield Bring your instrument or your dancing shoes. Beginners, experts, musicians and listeners are all welcome – the more, the merrier. Contact Reid at henderswood@gmail.com for more info. Northern Roots Session • 7:30-9pm

The Contented Cow, Northfield An informal weekly gathering of musicians to play acoustic music with roots in the north, particularly the Nordic countries. Participants and listeners of all ages and levels of experience are welcome. TUESDAY, JANUARY 23 Community Café • 5-6pm

The Cathedral, Faribault Come for a hearty meal, no matter what your circumstances, for companionship, to volunteer and to build community. Meals are served unless weather forces schools to close. Look for the “welcome” sign at the entrance. Building community a meal at a time.

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Open Mic • 9-11pm

The Contented Cow, Northfield THURSDAY, JANUARY 25 Commanders Coffee • 10am

Northfield VFW Have coffee with some of the bravest veterans of foreign wars. Public welcome. Bar Bingo • 6pm

Northfield VFW

Theater: Triple Espresso: A Highly Caffeinated Comedy • 7:30pm

Ames Center, Burnsville See theater page.

Theater: Red Noses • 7:30pm

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HAPPENINGS Thursday, January 25, continued JJ Lenoch • 8-11pm

Tavern Lounge, Northfield A Minneapolis guitarist who sometimes goes by the moniker “Bunnyteeth,” JJ Lenoch presents an eclectic evening of solo instrumental music. He is an engaging, dynamic and and unpredictable live performer who will keep your ears on their toes. His background studies in Afro-Cuban rhythms and jazz harmony meld into a distinct style that can only be described as “Bunnyteeth.” He has studied under jazz sax master John Paulson and Arizonian guitar maestro Rick Cyge. Bunnyteeth’s influences include local folk legend Leo Kottke, Sir Richard Bishop and the composer Bela Bartok. More at soundcloud.com/bunnyteeth/. Guest Artist Concert: Zeitgeist with Kevin Kling & Victor Zupanc • 8:15-9:45pm

Kracum Performance Hall, Carleton, Northfield Co-written in 2010 by Victor Zupanc and Kevin Kling, For the Birds is a concert length work that, on the surface, seems to be about birds. It features a series of musical pieces, performed by music chamber ensemble Zeitgeist, extolling the nature of each particular bird (sparrows, roosters, woodpeckers, Canadian geese, hawks), drawing parallels with our own human nature. Interspersed between is insightful storytelling created by Kling reflecting on childhood memories, immigration, illness, accidents and healing. However, just below the surface (but discernible to those that look), For the Birds is a work about that part of our human nature that compels us to reach beyond ourselves for more – more opportunity for our family, more money, more fun, more speed, more knowledge, more love. When all goes well, we call that need aspiration. When it doesn’t, and we plunge to the earth with melting wings, we call it hubris. Through utterly delightful music and a worldview only Kevin Kling can provide, For the Birds gives us the space to contemplate our nature, laugh at ourselves and heal. Cowaroke • 9pm

The Contented Cow, Northfield DJ • 9pm-1am

Theater: God Girl • 7:30pm

Northfield Arts Guild Theater See theater page. Theater: Triple Espresso: A Highly Caffeinated Comedy • 7:30pm

Ames Center, Burnsville See theater page. Theater: Red Noses • 7:30pm

Kelsey Theater, St. Olaf, Northfield See theater page. Texas Hold ‘Em • 8pm

Northfield VFW

Bad Advice Club • 8-11pm

The Contented Cow, Northfield They love to groove and strive to be the soundtrack to the next Joseph Gordon-Levitt rom-com. Lonesome Dan Kase • 8-11pm

Tavern Lounge, Northfield For the last 15 years Lonesome Dan Kase has been playing his unique brand of country-blues on stages throughout the U.S. His live performances showcase his unique finger-picking style and warm vocals as well as his knowledge on the history of the blues. More at lonesomedan.com. Briannon Carlsen • 8:30-9:30pm

Froggy Bottoms River Pub, Northfield Smokescreen • 9:30pm-close

Babe’s Music Bar, Lakeville A rock variety band that has been entertaining audiences around the Upper Midwest for more than 20 years. They headline fairs, festivals and city celebrations. Their gigs include premier sound, a light show with Dwight Holmbo (lead vocals, guitar, synthesizer, harmonica, fiddle), Chris Kerber (vocals, guitar), CJ Stahlberg (vocals, bass) and Tim Boeck (drums). Mark Ross • 10-11:30pm

Froggy Bottoms River Pub, Northfield Local favorite Mark Ross presents an evening of high-energy acoustic music, putting his signature spin on classic rock, country and alternative music from many past and current artists like Keith Urban, Bon Jovi, Miranda Lambert, Matchbox Twenty, Ryan Adams, Bruno Mars and more.

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DJ Johnee D. Shea • 10:30pm-close

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Bar Bingo • 7pm

Rob Meany • 2-5pm

L&M Bar & Grill, Dundas John Gorka • 7:30pm

Crossings at Carnegie, Zumbrota Folk musician John Gorka’s baritone voice and guitar tell stories while inviting listeners to reflect on their own journeys. Tickets: $24 advance, $27 at the door, available at Crossings, crossingsatcarnegie.com or 507/732-7616.

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Cannon River Winery, Cannon Falls Rob Meany is an award-winning singer/songwriter and pianist from Minneapolis. Best known as the singer/keyboardist for the poprock group, Terramara, he is also a versatile solo artist performing original and popular songs in the style of Elton John, Billy Joel, Ben Folds and Harry Connick, Jr. His latest solo release, Ferris Wheels Unbound, continues to receive enthusiastic acclaim around the country. More at robmeany.com.

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Accordion-O-Rama! • 7:30pm

HAPPENINGS Saturday, January 27, continued Bar Bingo • 3pm

Northfield VFW

Dinner & Comedy Night • 5:30-9pm

Cannon River Winery, Cannon Falls Enjoy a glass of wine, beer or your favorite cocktail and a great meal. Doors at 5:30pm, dinner at 6:30pm, show at 7:30pm. Tickets: $45, $40 for CReW Club Members, available at cannonriverwinery.com. Includes your meal, dessert and a heaping portion of belly laughs. For ages 21 and up. The Last Waltz: Collective Unconscious • 7:30pm

Lakeville Area Arts Center In 1976 the rock group known as The Band held The Last Waltz concert – a celebration of the end of their illustrious touring career. They were joined on stage by more than a dozen legendary artists, including Eric Clapton, Neil Diamond, Bob Dylan, Emmylou Harris, Joni Mitchell, Van Morrison, Ringo Starr, Muddy Waters and Neil Young. Watch some of Minnesota’s finest musicians recreate this once in a lifetime concert. Tickets: $33, $29 balcony, available at 952/985-4640 or lakevilleareaartscenter.com.

Crossings at Carnegie, Zumbrota Accordionists Dan Newton, Dee Langley and Dallas Vietty present a miniature accordion festival that has been a tradition since 2004. Tickets: $18 advance, $21 at the door, available at Crossings, crossingsatcarnegie.com or 507/732-7616. Theater: God Girl • 7:30pm

Northfield Arts Guild Theater See theater page. January Thaw featuring Dianna Parks and the Wreck • 7:30pm

Paradise Center for the Arts, Faribault Dianna Parks and the Wreck will have you dancing in the aisles with a great blend of country rock, old school Americana and rock-n-roll. This music collaboration featuring the Parks and Parks and Kleist Band Kleist Band and Fred the Bear first premiered at Paradise’s 10th anniversary event. A portion of the proceeds from the event support scholarships for the Paradise youth classes and camps. Tickets: $16 members, $21 nonmembers, $10 students, available at the box office, 507/332-7372 or paradisecenterforthearts.org/tickets/.

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HAPPENINGS Saturday, January 27, continued Theater: Red Noses • 7:30pm

Kelsey Theater, St. Olaf, Northfield See theater page. Theater: Defending the Caveman • 8pm

Ames Center, Burnsville See theater page.

Kirk & Low • 8-11pm

The Contented Cow, Northfield Musical barnstormers Jim Kirkendall and Stevie Low. One is folk, the other is quite a bit of rock ‘n’ roll. Each presents his own solo set and each draws from a deeper reservoir of experience. Expect an eclectic evening of original material and classic covers.

Theater: God Girl • 2pm

Northfield Arts Guild Theater See theater page. Theater: Red Noses • 2pm

Kelsey Theater, St. Olaf, Northfield See theater page. Theater: Triple Espresso: A Highly Caffeinated Comedy • 3pm

Ames Center, Burnsville See theater page.

Mary Cutrufello • 3-6pm

Tanzenwald Brewing Co, Northfield Cutrufello is hailed as a Texas honky-tonk heroine, a fiery Midwestern roots-rocker and a powerhouse acoustic performer. Connecticut-raised and Yale-educated, she’s made records showcasing all facets of her identity as her musical journey has taken her from the East Coast to Houston and now to Minnesota.

Matt Arthur • 8-11pm

Tavern Lounge, Northfield While best known for his fire-breathin’, foot-stompin’, rootsy rockin’ performances with Matt Arthur and the Bratlanders, this is a softer and more introspective solo side of this alt-country favorite. Pop Rocks • 10:30pm-close

Grampa Al’s, Faribault The ultimate dance party rock show. SUNDAY, JANUARY 28 treVeld • 1-4pm

Cannon River Winery, Cannon Falls A Twin Cities-based acoustic music trio that delivers a wonderful blend of instrumental song and sound – playful, deep and joyous, with a repertoire of all original works, inspired by the folk music of America, Europe and beyond. Their music contains elements of gypsy, swing, old-time, Celtic, bluegrass, blues, chamber and Nordic roots. Classic Sunday Movie: • 2pm

Zumbrota State Theater

Sunday Jazz Jam • 4-5:30pm

Hot Spot Music Studio, Northfield Open to musicians of all ages and abilities, this jam is a perfect way to run through standard charts in a low-key, laid-back setting. Charts will be provided for everyone to follow along. It’s a spiritual experience. More at hotspotmusic.org. Trivia 4 Charity • 7pm

The Contented Cow, Northfield General knowledge with a twist. $1/person entry fee is matched by the Cow with all money donated to a local charity (chosen and changed monthly). Receipts posted in pub or online. January’s charity is Healthfinders Collaborative (Northfield and Faribault). MONDAY, JANUARY 29 Bingo • 7pm

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HAPPENINGS Monday, January 29, continued Traditional Irish Music Session • 7-9pm

Tavern Lounge, Northfield Bring your instrument or your dancing shoes. Beginners, experts, musicians and listeners are all welcome – the more, the merrier. Contact Reid at henderswood@gmail.com for more info. Northern Roots Session • 7:30-9pm

The Contented Cow, Northfield An informal weekly gathering of musicians to play acoustic music with roots in the north, particularly the Nordic countries. Participants and listeners of all ages and levels of experience are welcome. TUESDAY, JANUARY 30 Community Café • 5-6pm

The Cathedral, Faribault Come for a hearty meal, no matter what your circumstances, for companionship, to volunteer and to build community. Meals are served unless weather forces schools to close. Look for the “welcome” sign at the entrance. Building community a meal at a time. Acoustic Jam Session • 8-10pm

The Contented Cow, Northfield Every Tuesday night show up with your unplugged instrument of choice and jam – or just show up and listen. Open Mic Night • 8-11pm

Tavern Lounge, Northfield An evening dedicated to showcasing new local talent. Everyone is welcome to participate.

Trivia Tuesday • 8-9:30pm

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The Contented Cow, Northfield Join in on discussions concerning local issues at this “lightly moderated” open forum. For topics, go to contentedcow.com. Texas Hold ‘Em • 7pm check in, 7:30pm start

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Ames Center, Burnsville See theater page.

Jesse Eugene • 8-10pm

Tavern Lounge, Northfield A one-man band from Little Falls, Minnesota who blends blues, folk and Americana styles to create a unique and modern take on old-time music. Using a kick drum and hi-hat along with his guitar and harmonicas, Eugene creates a full, rhythmic sound that will make audiences get up and groove. More at jesseeugene.com. Dan O & Doc A • 9-11:30pm

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January 2018 Entertainment Guide  
January 2018 Entertainment Guide  

An array of happenings for the month of January in and around several southern Minnesota communities including music, arts, theater, food an...